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Twitter To Hold Annual Meeting Amid Uncertainty On Musk Deal
TWITTER WILL FACE skeptical shareholders during its annual meeting, as doubt remains over whether the social media company will complete its deal to be acquired by billionaire Elon Musk at the agreed-upon price.
Didi shareholders approve delisting from NYSE
DIDI GLOBAL MAY have ensured its survival after winning shareholders' nod for a US stock delisting but a quick return to growth won't be easy for the Chinese retailer as it still faces regulatory scrutiny and as Covid-19 has hurt the business.
NCLAT seeks status report on Supertech
THE NATIONAL COMPANY Law Appellate Tribunal (NCLAT) on Wednesday directed the interim resolution professional of Supertech to submit a "status report" regarding claims received on the next date of the hearing on June 1.
RBI cancels licences of 5 NBFCs over irregularities
THE RESERVE BANK of India (RBI) on Wednesday cancelled the certificates of registration (CoRs) of five non-banking financial companies (NBFCs) who had been offering their services through app-based platforms. The regulator cited irregular lending practices of the companies as the reason for its action.
SpiceJet settles dispute with Credit Suisse
NON-PAYMENT OF $24-MILLION DUES
Zomato to tap into Hyperpure's synergies to drive q-comm biz
FOODTECH UNICORN ZOMATO, which is expected to make a more extensive foray into the quick commerce segment, has revealed its playbook which could set it apart from the rest of the 10-minute delivery players currently operating in the market.
IndiGo Q4 loss widens to ₹1,681 cr on higher fuel costs, Omicron impact
INTERGLOBE AVIATION, WHICH operates no-frills carrier IndiGo, on Wednesday reported a bigger net loss of ₹1,681 crore for the three months to March, higher by nearly 47% than the loss incurred by the airline in Q4FY21.
India wants WTO fishery pact to offer equitable space for growth
INDIA WILL ENDORSE a proposal at the World Trade Organization (WTO) on fishery subsidies if the agreement is equitable and does not tie the member countries to a disadvantageous position in perpetuity, official sources said on Wednesday.
Discoms may get fresh scheme to pay off dues
Up to 48 monthly installments and one-time relaxation likely to facilitate payments
Future Retail hits back at Amazon
DEBT-LADEN FUTURE Retail (FRL) has denied all accusations made against its independent directors by Amazon, stating that the US e-commerce major has been making "baseless and irrelevant allegations".
You're Browsing All Wrong
A startup wants to discard the standard formula for the web browser
GOOGLE'S RUSSIAN BUSINESS PLANS TO FILE FOR BANKRUPTCY
Google says its Russian subsidiary is planning to file for bankruptcy because it can’t pay staff and suppliers.
Leading the Smart Appliance Revolution
Thermador and the future of kitchen tech.
Which Wi-Fi Router Looks the Most Like an Evil Alien Spaceship?
Designs for gaming routers have gotten really. Familiar lately.
GOOGLE ADOPTS AN APPLE-LIKE APPROACH FOR ITS PIXEL PRODUCTS
Google took a big step toward pushing its Pixel product line-up down a road already paved by Apple and its array of trendsetting devices.
GOOGLE GETS MORE MULTILINGUAL, BUT WILL IT GET THE NUANCE?
About 10 million people speak Quechua, but trying to automatically translate emails and text messages into the most widely spoken Indigenous language family in the Americas was long all but impossible.
GOOGLE STRIKES CONTENT DEALS WITH 300 EUROPEAN PUBLISHERS
Google said that it struck licensing deals with 300 news publishers in Europe in its latest effort to comply with a recently introduced European Union copyright law.
Big Tech's Great Reckoning
A spate of new laws in Europe and the U.S. Foreshadow What Could Be the End of dominance for Google, Facebook and Amazon
GOOGLE ADDS WAYS TO KEEP PERSONAL INFO PRIVATE IN SEARCHES
Google has expanded options for keeping personal information private from online searches.
11 Android Apps Found Secretly Harvesting Data From Millions of Users
A mysterious company in Panama has been paying Android app developers to incorporate an SDK capable of lifting sensitive data from users’ phones, including copy-paste information.