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The data company, founded by Peter Thiel, was valued at $20bn in 2015
Researchers say their quantum computer has calculated an impossible problem for ordinary machines
Legislation rushed to Congress after personal details of 20m people exposed
Social media groups point to disinformation campaigns associated with centre-right party
iPhone 11 on sale, Libra as ‘free-world defender’, Stripe gets $35bn valuation
The company is not 2019’s pets.com, a harbinger of a tech bubble about to burst
Rules should be made sector-by-sector and blanket vetting must be avoided, he says
YouTube and ByteDance may be the only winners as other streaming services go head to head
A likely reason behind the slo-mo float is that the start-up wants to mollify its long-serving employees
The US and EU have already beefed up their scrutiny of corporate takeovers
The cities are driving growth and raising their profiles by attracting start-ups, regenerating rundown areas, building on medical expertise and facing up to climate change
Tampa business hub tries to attract Israeli start-ups in big local industries
Tech investors bet they can serve up the right food at the right place at the right time
David Marcus says Libra is an “instrument of development” that will (somewhat paradoxically) allow Western nations to preserve their influence.
Wireless positioning technology is little known but holds huge potential
Facebook chief in Washington to address concerns on privacy, alleged bias and cryptocurrency
Tech company inks 18 deals towards its goal of ‘carbon-free’ operations
Accommodation-booking platform says it made more than $1bn in revenue in second quarter
Netflix under attack, Airbnb IPO in 2020, Huawei Mate30 unveiled
Rockstar sublimates from Steam.
US start-up’s real aim is to take on $210bn telecoms company Cisco
The more data tech groups surrender to the state, the less justification investors have for regarding them as independent
Banking is undergoing a rapid electronification.
WeWork’s pulled IPO is latest case of digital utopians crashing into the real world
How to raise £6m without providing financial data.