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Post-pandemic shortages mean that retail and hospitality chains start to pay six figures to stay competitive more
AI productivity tools could exacerbate a culture of too many meetings and no meaningful connections, management expert warns more
South Korea is doubling down on its blockchain investment, with the latest being a $14.5 million investment to explore CBDC and digital vouchers, with the Bank of Korea leading the studies. … more
Omar Al Olama, the UAE’s Minister of State for AI, revealed the country’s stance in an interview, saying, “There is going to be a lot of discussions between the UAE and the US.” [...] Read … more
Earlier this month, popular instructors Kristin McGee, Kendall Toole, and Ross Rayburn announced they were leaving. more
The percentage of U.S. consumers buying online fell 3% year-over-year, according to a recent survey. more
Since CDK discovered the breach and shut off systems on June 19, chaos has ensued at many of the roughly 15,000 car dealerships that it counts as clients. more
The regulators didn’t identify weaknesses in the plans from Bank of New York Mellon Corp., Wells Fargo & Co., State Street Corp. or Morgan Stanley.  more
The Bank for International Settlements BIS has slashed its expectation of retail CBDC launches by 2029 to 6 from 11, but it noted that wholesale CBDC pilots have spiked in the past two years. … more
Lee Soo-man, founder of South Korean multinational entertainment agency SM Entertainment, urged industry participants to increase the adoption metrics for AI in the creative sector. [...] Read … more
Africa's Continental AI Strategy explores the potential use cases for AI in areas like education, skills acquisition, agriculture, manufacturing, and finance. [...] Read More... The post … more
The British Columbia government has filed a class-action lawsuit against manufacturers of so-called "forever chemicals," involved in what it calls widespread contamination of drinking-water systems. more
McDonald’s and Wendy’s have vexed budget-conscious consumers, and chains like Chili’s and Olive Garden are ready to take advantage. more
Miguel Diaz, who previously led payment systems at the Bank of Mexico, will head the new hub, which will serve North America, the Caribbean, and Latin America. [...] Read More... The post BIS … more
India's PM Narendra Modi highlighted the usage of AI for human progress and how the rise of technology in various aspects of human life has also reaffirmed the importance of cybersecurity. … more
We commonly consider business education to consist of traditional subjects such as marketing, operations, management, or technology. What about that not-so-warm-and-fuzzy feeling around financial … more
Bootstrappers have the luxury of focusing obsessively on their products and answering to no one, says Jotform founder Aytekin Tank. more
Standard Chartered will soon launch a spot Bitcoin and Ethereum trading desk, expanding its digital asset services for institutional clients. The post Standard Chartered set to debut spot Bitcoin, … more
Gen Z are ditching the rate race and opting to become NEETs—not in employment, education, or training—creating record levels of youth unemployment around the world. more
Softbank founder Masayoshi Son dumped his entire stake in Nvidia after a crypto downturn hurt sales to miners—now he wants to make good with a huge bet on artificial super intelligence. more
Standard Chartered is launching a spot Bitcoin trading desk in London, becoming one of the first major banks to offer direct Bitcoin trading amid growing institutional demand. more
Programmable payments refer to the automation of payments based on specific conditions, while programmable money is a broader concept whereby the digital currency itself can have embedded rules. … more
Company offers a single platform that merges FinOps with CloudOps to provide policy-based ‘governance by default’ FinOps X – Kion, the leading automated CloudOps platform for multicloud, today … more
The United Arab Emirates and Samsung's first aim is to increase AI adoption metrics, while the second revolves around providing AI experts to bolster the ranks of local and international firms. … more
The illegal service, which offered access to popular series like Game of Thrones, only cost 9.99 per month, according to court documents. more
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