Escobar: The Fugitive Who Tried To Spark A US-China War

Escobar: The Fugitive Who Tried To Spark A US-China War Authored by Pepe Escobar, Guo Wengui, also known as Guo Haoyun, and by his English names Miles Kwok and Miles Guo, is a...

Apple Demands Taiwan Suppliers Use 'Made In China' Labels

Apple Demands Taiwan Suppliers Use 'Made In China' Labels Apple has notified suppliers that anything shipped from Taiwan needs to have a "Made in China" label in order to strictly...

Axios to sell itself to Cox Enterprises for $525 million

Cox Enterprises said it is acquiring Axios and will expand the news site's coverage to include more cities.

Bored Ape Yacht Club’s ApeCoin native token to fund 24-hour news website

The APE decentralized autonomous organization (DAO) approved a proposal to fund the 24-hour news website covering BAYC creator Yuga Labs and the community on Thursday.  See related article:...

Elon Musk's authoritarian attitude against remote work could undermine Tesla's future

Tesla CEO Elon Musk recently demanded that all Tesla staff return to the office full-time. In an email, Musk said that workers who don't want to come to office should "pretend to work somewhere...

Samsung reportedly making the Tensor chip in the upcoming Pixel 7

According to a story on Korean news site Digital Daily, Samsung is again tipped to supply Google's in-house chip efforts and will reportedly make the updated Cloudripper GS201 Tensor chipset...

Netflix Lays Off Journalists From Editorial Site Tudum

At least ten full-time staff members and writers who were contracted until August were let go “with no notice during a ‘quiet’ week of ‘no meetings,’” according to a former staffer. Tudum is a...

Russian journalist killed by shelling in Kyiv

Russian journalist Oksana Baulina was killed in Kyiv while filming the devastation from Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, the independent news site The Insider confirmed o

Independent Hong Kong news outlet Citizen News shuts down over safety fears

The independent Hong Kong news site Citizen News said it will be shutting down on Tuesday, citing the deteriorating media environment in the city and the need to protect its staff.

There Was No ‘Satoshi Nakamoto’ Lawsuit

A jury found Craig Wright guilty of intellectual property theft and ordered him to pay $100 million in damages. The jury found Wright not guilty of stealing half of the proceeds of a bitcoin...

BuzzFeed is public on Nasdaq. Now what?

December 6 is the day you will be able to buy and sell shares of BZFD on the Nasdaq. The transformation from startup to public company is supposed to be a very big deal. Last week, when it...

Miami residents to receive city cryptocurrency proceeds, mayor says

Miami is the first city in America to give a Bitcoin yield as a dividend directly to its residents. The proceeds, totaling roughly $21 million dollars, are a result of Miami staking its...

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