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UBS, a big bank, has cut down a lot of jobs in its Hong Kong office, letting go of about 70% of its
Malaysia's main retirement fund, KWAP, is setting aside about $107 million to help Malaysian startup
A recent research checked how big tech companies handle wrong information about climate change.
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T-Mobile users found a big problem with the company's app.
TransUnion, a credit monitoring company, has said they didn't have a data breach, even though a grou
Investors in uranium are making good money in 2023, as uranium investments have increased by over 30
Sweden's central bank, Riksbank, increased its main interest rate to 4% to deal with rising prices.
A group of big investors, known as the Net-Zero Asset Owner Alliance, wants governments to help and
Norway's central bank, Norges Bank, raised its interest rates to 4.25%, the highest in 14 years.
Volvo has announced they will stop making diesel cars by early 2024 and focus more on electric cars.
Germany is thinking about making strict rules to reduce the use of Huawei and ZTE parts in their 5G
Google is being sued by the family of Philip Paxson from North Carolina because he died while using
In Qantas Airways' yearly report, they showed that their former CEO, Alan Joyce, got a huge pay rais
Apple store workers in France want to go on strike when the iPhone 15 launches. They want better pay
Last Wednesday, oil prices went down by 1%.
Sweden's money watchdog, the Swedish Financial Supervisory Authority (FSA), is looking into Alecta,
In a recent legal case about Google, it came out that when Apple started using its own maps instead
Sweden and Norway might both raise their main interest rates by 0.25% this week.
Ikea, a famous Swedish furniture brand, is cutting prices for almost 500 items in Sweden, especially
Sweden is facing a tough economic time, as experts from Svenska Handelsbanken AB say there might be
Denmark's central bank says the country's economy looks better now.
The OECD has given a heads-up about tough times ahead for the world's economy, especially in Germany
H&M, a big clothing store, now charges £1.99 for returning items bought online unless they're damage
Google DeepMind has made an AI tool named AlphaMissense that can tell if genetic changes are harmful
The Swedish streaming company, Viaplay Group AB, owes a lot of money. Because of this, their lenders
France wants to raise the price of plane tickets in Europe to help fight climate change.
The International Criminal Court (ICC) had a computer security issue recently, which made people wor
Recently, big companies like MGM Resorts and Caesars Entertainment were hit by cyberattacks.
Huawei plans to release a new smartphone, possibly with 5G, in October.
Global debt grew by $10 trillion in the first six months of 2023, a big increase after two years of
HSBC, a bank from London, is hiring nine more people for its stock trading team in big cities like L
Saxony in Germany is teaming up with a company from Taiwan called TSMC to train more people in compu
Vietnam aims for a 6.5% growth in its economy, but it's having trouble because fewer countries are b
Natural gas prices in Europe are going down because there's a lot of supply and not many people are
Hong Kong's rental prices are going up because more workers from other countries are coming back.
Lyft, a company that offers car rides, will pay $10 million to the Securities and Exchange Commissio
TikTok has a big problem with fake giveaways that pretend to offer free cryptocurrency.
A program connected to a Canadian university wants to use artificial intelligence (AI) to improve he
Agility Robotics has opened a new factory called "RoboFab" in Salem, Oregon.
Saudi Arabia and Tesla might partner to build cars in Saudi Arabia, says The Wall Street Journal.
Oil prices went up on Monday because Saudi Arabia and Russia produced less oil.
The U.S. Justice Department and Google are in a legal battle about whether certain talks about Googl
Morgan Stanley is sued by Certares Management LLC and Knighthead Capital Management LLC for over $75
A Swedish bank called SEB AB is being sued by Sweden's pension authority.
Hedge funds are now feeling positive about the US dollar, thinking the Federal Reserve will be caref
Goldman Sachs and JPMorgan Chase are getting ready for a big money deal.
The Swedish currency is having some problems, and many people think its value might drop even more.
In 2023, putting money in small companies has shown better results, especially in new and growing ma
LVMH's Champagne sales changed in 2023 compared to the high sales in 2021 and 2022. People bought mo
The Bank of Montreal (BMO), a major bank in Canada, is stopping its car loan services in both Canada
Martins Kazaks from the European Central Bank (ECB) warns not to expect lower interest rates in the
Oil prices have been going up in 2023 and might reach $100 per barrel soon.
Czech banker Ales Michl is worried about ongoing high inflation and says there won't be any quick ch
Germany's famous high-speed highway, the autobahn, is struggling to transport big windmill parts nee
Big US airlines like American, United, and Alaska have made a lot of money in 2023.
The Bank of England might raise interest rates soon.
A worldwide survey by Glocalities found that over 68% of people strongly support solar energy, while
The French government has come up with a new idea to deal with high fuel prices.
Padel used to be a very popular racket sport in Sweden, but it grew too quickly.
MGM Resorts and casinos in the US faced an online attack that began due to a trick played on their I
Researchers from the University of Tokyo have discovered a new method to enhance artificial brain-li
Chinese electric car companies are having a hard time selling in Europe.
Library Genesis, or Libgen, is in big trouble with a copyright lawsuit.
The new iPhone 15 Pro is very popular.
California is taking big oil companies like Exxon Mobil, Shell, BP, ConocoPhillips, and Chevron to c
Google will pay $93 million to end a case in California.
Scientists from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign and the United Nations wanted to see if
In Europe, making popular dishes like France's Coq au Vin and Italy's Pizza Margherita is getting mo
The car workers' union, known as UAW, recently lost its verified badge on X (previously known as Twi
TikTok has been fined €345 million by Irish authorities for violating EU privacy laws, especially th
In 2022, Sweden saw a significant increase in investments from foreign investors.
The UK government is giving £500 million ($621 million) to Tata Steel to make its plant in Wales mor
Charles Schwab Corporation faced a decline in new assets as it integrated with TD Ameritrade, result
The euro has been losing value for the longest time in its history because people believe that the E
Sweden's property market is in trouble. Heimstaden Bostad, a major property company valued at $30 bi
UBS Group AG is planning to combine its business with Credit Suisse's domestic operations.
Social media companies face a significant challenge: they must address misinformation during the 202
Tesla has achieved a technological breakthrough in car manufacturing that could revolutionize electr
MIT scientists have developed Style2Fab, a tool that uses AI to allow people to modify 3D designs ea
X has agreed to discuss with over 2,000 former employees who were suddenly dismissed without adequat
Apple is launching a new software update for iPhone 12 users in France due to concerns about radiati
Shell recently reported a cyber attack involving some of its BG Group employees in Australia.
Citigroup is making significant changes to its structure.
Sweden expects its inflation rate to remain at 2.1% for the next five years, according to the recent
Europe is experiencing a warmer start to winter this year.
H&M didn't earn as much as expected because they raised their prices, while competitors like Shein o
The Swedish money, called the swedish crown, has been getting less valuable compared to the euro ove
Last week, important steps were taken to make steel production more eco-friendly.
OpenAI is opening a new office in Dublin, Ireland, and they plan to have it up and running by the en
Volkswagen is making changes to its hiring plans at its electric car factory in Zwickau, Germany, be
JetBlue Airlines is having trouble growing because they're waiting on new planes and fixing engine p
Lidl UK lost £76 million this year, which is different from last year when they made £41.1 million.
The US government says Google didn't play fair to become the top internet search choice.
In August, Sweden's inflation rate went down unexpectedly, helping the central bank deal with rising
Barclays Bank is worried that luxury brands, especially the French brand LVMH, might not sell as muc
The Swedish group that looks into financial wrongdoings recently checked the Stockholm stock exchang
A fancy apartment in Manhattan was first priced at $250 million.
Novo Holdings, which owns a big part of Novo Nordisk A/S, is putting more money into renewable energ
The European Commission has announced that it is launching an anti-subsidy investigation into electr
After China reported security problems with iPhones, several reports have suggested that the Chinese
A group of banks, with Goldman Sachs and JPMorgan Chase leading the way, is selling $4.4 billion in
Deutsche Bank might be allowed to keep less extra money in reserve for its business to lend to compa
IKEA in the United States is making strong efforts to be more environmentally friendly and use less
H&M, a well-known clothing brand, is going to introduce its "PRE-LOVED" collection of second-hand cl
The U.S. government's financial watchdog, the SEC, is taking legal action against Virtu Financial, a
Apple has said that its iPhone 12 meets international safety standards for radiation.
The Swiss technology company ABB is investing $280 million to build a bigger robot factory in Sweden
People are expecting the European Central Bank (ECB) to increase interest rates slightly because the
Australia's highest court recently ruled that Qantas Airways made a mistake when they fired around 1
The US government, along with some state officials, is taking Google to court.
Over the last three months, the money banks make from investment banking has gone down by about 30%
Swedes are thinking about using the euro because their own currency, the Swedish krona, is getting w
Some writers are suing OpenAI because they believe the company used their books or articles without
A recent report from Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen warns that the UK could lose as many as 95
The CEO of AstraZeneca, Pascal Soriot, might step down from his job next year, as reported by a Brit
MGM Resorts had a problem with the security of their computer systems in Las Vegas.
The US Labor Board has accused Amazon of breaking the law by having strict secrecy rules for its wor
Alibaba, led by its new CEO Eddie Wu, is putting a lot of focus on artificial intelligence (AI) and
The World Bank promised to support a more environmentally friendly economy, but it appears that in 2
SEB AB, a company that studies economic trends, said that the housing market in Sweden has been doin
Google is facing a legal battle in Washington because some people think they're not playing fair in
In Sweden, schools are changing how they teach young children.
Many workers at Wilko Ltd. in the UK are at risk of losing their jobs because a plan to save the com
Germany is thinking about giving companies that use a lot of energy a discount on their taxes for on
European stocks went up on Monday because of positive comments from Janet Yellen about the US econom
Many large companies are planning to spend more money on security next year because they are worried
Despite many young people facing unemployment and economic difficulties in China, those born after 1
Hermès, a company known for its collaborations with Apple Watch, has surprised everyone by removing
In Norway, the rate at which prices go up, called inflation, slowed down more than expected in Augus
Inditex, the company that owns Zara, is doing really well in the fashion business even though people
The European Central Bank (ECB) is getting rid of an extra fee that certain banks used to pay becaus
Swedbank believes that the Riksbank, which is like Sweden's central bank, will raise interest rates
ADES Holding Co. and its main owners plan to raise $1.2 billion by selling part of their company to
Tim Cook, the leader of Apple, is optimistic that the new iPhone will boost the company's image and
Researchers at North Carolina State University have made an important advancement in soft robotics.
Egypt is facing a big problem with very high inflation.
Kristalina Georgieva, the leader of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), has said that the IMF rea
Nigeria and an Indian investment group have joined forces to make things better in Nigeria, like ele
Lately, there have been some computer troublemakers using phony messages that look like they're from
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In July, Sweden's factories received fewer orders, showing a 6.2% drop from June, as stated by Stati
Southwest Airlines has confirmed that they removed certain engine parts from a Boeing 737 NG due to
Dymocks Bookstore experienced an issue where customer details, such as names, birthdays, and address
Roblox, a well-known game platform, is now aiming for more than just kids.
The FAA (a group responsible for air travel rules) is considering making all planes use technology t
People are excited about the new Apple iPhone 15 because it might have some big changes.
Oil prices have risen to over $90 per barrel because major countries in OPEC+ are trying to balance
Indonesia had halted cattle imports from Australia due to concerns about "lumpy skin disease," which
A U.S. judge, William Orrick, has ruled that Meta Platforms, Facebook's parent company, must face a
Goodyear Tire & Rubber plans to change its operations in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa, leadin
South Korea is a world leader in using robots in factories.
Elon Musk's company, X Corp., is suing California.
Rice prices are rising in the Philippines, serving as a warning to other countries that rely heavily
Both the court and the Swedish Food Agency rejected the idea of giving special protection to the cla
Janssen, a part of Johnson & Johnson Health Care, recently informed CarePath users that their person
Microsoft has introduced the Copilot Copyright Commitment to protect users of its AI Copilot service
In August, global food prices hit a two-year low, making most foods cheaper, except for rice and sug
In July, Sweden's economy showed signs of improvement.
Twitter X is facing serious allegations related to its actions in Saudi Arabia and its handling of u
Generative AI is like a smart computer that's expected to change how people work in the United State
In August, Swedish housing prices remained mostly unchanged. Apartment prices decreased by 1%, but p
Japan's economy didn't grow as fast as expected. Instead of the 6% increase everyone had hoped for,
Singapore's central bank, the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS), has told banks to check their t
A recent study shows that Scandinavian countries, known for their environmental consciousness, might
PayPal now collaborates with Apple Pay for its credit and debit cards, making shopping and online pa
One trader has placed a significant $30,000 bet.
A Swedish company called H2 Green Steel AB has managed to secure €1.5 billion (about $1.6 billion) i
The latest news from Moderna and Pfizer/BioNTech tells us that a newer version of the COVID-19 virus
The Italian government wants to allow people and small businesses to clear their debts by paying les
Google is facing a significant problem in the UK because people are accusing the company of making t
Alecta, a large Swedish pension fund, is concerned about Heimstaden Bostad's financial troubles
Schools all over the world are exploring how to use artificial intelligence (AI) in teaching.
European stocks have been falling for some time, a trend not seen since 2018.
Malaysia's central bank, known as Bank Negara Malaysia, has decided to keep its main interest rate a
China recently announced that its government workers cannot use iPhones or foreign gadgets at work.
The OECD has advised the European Central Bank (ECB) to maintain its strict monetary rules to combat
Swedish real estate companies are slowly returning to the bond market after an 18-month pause.
Elon Musk took a loan of $1 billion from his rocket company, SpaceX, using his SpaceX shares as coll
A recent study from the University of California, San Diego, identified a significant security issue
Moderna announced that its new COVID-19 vaccine is effective against a specific variant of the virus
United Airlines experienced a brief service interruption due to a software problem on a busy day.
Russia's central bank plans to sell $1.5 billion in foreign currency within the local market this mo
Microsoft is separating its Teams video chat app from its Office programs in Europe due to concerns
The US dollar is getting stronger, which is making Asian currencies worth less.
China has instructed its government workers not to use iPhones and other foreign phones for their jo
In July, Germany faced a significant economic challenge. Orders for items produced in German factori
Danske Bank has changed its view on how well Sweden's economy will do.
Investments in companies related to cryptocurrencies have decreased for five consecutive quarters, d
The CEO of Deutsche Lufthansa AG, Carsten Spohr, discussed a significant problem with German carmake
People who advocate for fair taxes are urging wealthy countries and growing economies to agree on ma
The weight loss medicine Wegovy has made the Danish company Novo Nordisk the most valuable in Europe
A group in Australia that oversees financial matters, known as ASIC, is taking Westpac Banking Corp