the swedish times

You choose

When browsing the Swedish Times online, we utilize cookies along with our partners. Some cookies are essential for website functionality and cannot be disabled, while optional ones enhance your browsing experience and assist in supporting the Swedish Times. This is achieved in collaboration with 2 selected partners.When you make your choice, cookies and other similar technologies may be used to access personal data, including page visits and your IP address. We use this information about you, your devices and your online interactions with us to provide, analyse and improve our services, and depending on how you choose may also include personalising content or advertising.

You can withdraw your consent to the use of cookies at any time by following the link in our privacy policy, which can be found at the bottom of every page on the website. For more information, please see our cookie policy and GDPR policy.
Accept all cookies
Decline all cookies
Customize Cookies

Intel will receive a $3.2 billion grant from the Israeli government for building a $25 billion chip plant in southern Israel, marking the largest investment ever made by a company in the country.

Invalid Date
Spanish Oil Company Repsol Under Investigation by Antitrust Watchdog

Spanish Oil Company Repsol Under Investigation by Antitrust Watchdog

2023-12-26
X Corp Ordered to Pay Millions in Unpaid Bonuses, Says US Judge

X Corp Ordered to Pay Millions in Unpaid Bonuses, Says US Judge

2023-12-26
Expect Less Spending: £3.7bn on Boxing Day, 3% Lower This Year

Expect Less Spending: £3.7bn on Boxing Day, 3% Lower This Year

2023-12-26
How Climate Change Affects Winter Sports

How Climate Change Affects Winter Sports

2023-12-26
AstraZeneca to Buy Chinese Biotech Gracell for Up to $1.2 Billion

AstraZeneca to Buy Chinese Biotech Gracell for Up to $1.2 Billion

2023-12-26
Ad
Ethiopia Struggles to Pay $33 Million Debt, Joins African Countries with Financial Troubles

Ethiopia Struggles to Pay $33 Million Debt, Joins African Countries with Financial Troubles

Ethiopia recently faced difficulty in paying a $33 million debt, putting it in a situation similar t

Libya's Stock Market Reopens After Nine-Year Closure

Libya's Stock Market Reopens After Nine-Year Closure

Libya's Stock Market has reopened in Tripoli after being closed for more than nine years due to poli

4 Cheeses Recalled Due to Possible E. Coli

4 Cheeses Recalled Due to Possible E. Coli

The Food Standards Agency (FSA) has recalled four types of cheese—Mrs. Kirkham’s Mild and Creamy Lan

China Calls Philippine Actions in the South China Sea Very Risky

China Calls Philippine Actions in the South China Sea Very Risky

China's media is saying that the Philippines keeps going into China's territory in the South China S

China Becomes More Flexible on Gaming Rules After $80 Billion Loss

China Becomes More Flexible on Gaming Rules After $80 Billion Loss

On Monday, China approved 105 domestic games, suggesting a potential relaxation of its strict rules

South Korea Fines BNP Paribas and HSBC $20.4 Million for Illegal Stock Trading

South Korea Fines BNP Paribas and HSBC $20.4 Million for Illegal Stock Trading

South Korea has fined BNP Paribas SA, its local brokerage, and HSBC Holdings Plc a total of 26.5 bil

Toyota's Daihatsu Stops Operations Over Safety and Crash Test Failures

Toyota's Daihatsu Stops Operations Over Safety and Crash Test Failures

Daihatsu Motor Co., a company owned by Toyota, will halt the dispatch of cars and suspend its operat

Novo Nordisk is Building a Large Drug Facility Near Dublin

Novo Nordisk is Building a Large Drug Facility Near Dublin

Novo Nordisk, a Danish company known for its obesity drugs Ozempic and Wegovy, is planning to build

Nvidia Donates $15 Million to Support People in Israel-Hamas Conflict

Nvidia Donates $15 Million to Support People in Israel-Hamas Conflict

Nvidia, a major U.S. chip company, and its employees worldwide donated $15 million to help people af

Artists Join Forces with Researchers to Protect Against AI Copycats

Artists Join Forces with Researchers to Protect Against AI Copycats

Artists are working together with researchers to address the issue of AI copying their artistic styl

NASA Tests Drones that Can Fly on Their Own for Air Taxis

NASA Tests Drones that Can Fly on Their Own for Air Taxis

NASA researchers at Langley Research Center in Virginia recently achieved a major milestone by succe

Fewer People Shop on Christmas Eve: Limited Hours and High Costs Affect Shopping

Fewer People Shop on Christmas Eve: Limited Hours and High Costs Affect Shopping

On Christmas Eve this year, fewer people went shopping in stores compared to last year.

Jim Ratcliffe Buys a Share of Manchester United

Jim Ratcliffe Buys a Share of Manchester United

Billionaire Jim Ratcliffe has recently acquired a 25% stake in Manchester United through his company

Maersk to Start Shipping Again in the Red Sea with New Maritime Security

Maersk to Start Shipping Again in the Red Sea with New Maritime Security

Maersk, the world's second-largest shipping company, is getting ready to sail through the Red Sea ag

Cryptocurrency Case Study Shows People Doubt its Transparency

Cryptocurrency Case Study Shows People Doubt its Transparency

A team of economists and financial analysts, including members from Yale University and the Universi

China's Recent Earthquake Causes $75 Million in Losses for Most Affected Area

China's Recent Earthquake Causes $75 Million in Losses for Most Affected Area

China recently experienced its most powerful earthquake since 2014, causing a direct economic loss o

Toyota Stops Shipping Cars in Southeast Asia  Due to Issues with Daihatsu

Toyota Stops Shipping Cars in Southeast Asia Due to Issues with Daihatsu

Toyota Motor Co. has temporarily stopped shipping six car models to certain Southeast Asian countrie

Micron Resolves Lawsuit Over Stolen Tech, Works to Fix Relationship with China

Micron Resolves Lawsuit Over Stolen Tech, Works to Fix Relationship with China

Micron Technology Inc. has successfully resolved a major legal dispute with its Chinese counterpart,

China's Nio Reveals New Electric Car to Compete with Panamera

China's Nio Reveals New Electric Car to Compete with Panamera

Nio, a Chinese electric car company, showed off its newest high-end sedan, the ET9, at its annual ev

Nano Dimension Wants to Buy Stratasys in a $1.1 Billion Deal

Nano Dimension Wants to Buy Stratasys in a $1.1 Billion Deal

Israel's Nano Dimension Ltd. is proposing a $1.1 billion cash acquisition of Stratasys Ltd., adding

Italy Fines Facebook's Parent Meta €5.85 Million for Gambling Ads

Italy Fines Facebook's Parent Meta €5.85 Million for Gambling Ads

Italy's communications authority, Agcom, has fined Meta Platforms Ireland Limited, the parent compan

German Company Bayer Wins Roundup Herbicide Lawsuit in US Trial

German Company Bayer Wins Roundup Herbicide Lawsuit in US Trial

Bayer, the well-known German chemical company, announced a win in a US trial where a man claimed tha

Google Said No to Changing Play Store Fees  Because of Rules

Google Said No to Changing Play Store Fees Because of Rules

Google thought about adjusting how it charges for apps because of rules, but decided not to go with

FDA Rejects Zealand Pharma's Drug for Children's Low Blood Sugar

FDA Rejects Zealand Pharma's Drug for Children's Low Blood Sugar

Zealand Pharma's medicine, made to help kids with a genetic disorder who have low blood sugar, faced

Twitter X Breaks Contract, Fails to Pay Millions in Bonuses

Twitter X Breaks Contract, Fails to Pay Millions in Bonuses

Twitter, now operating as X Corp, has been found guilty of breaching contracts by a federal judge wh

Indian Company Denies Messing with Tests in Cough Syrup Investigation

Indian Company Denies Messing with Tests in Cough Syrup Investigation

Maiden Pharmaceuticals in India is being investigated because its cough syrups are connected to the

Swedish Government Plan to Help People with Disabilities Find Jobs

Swedish Government Plan to Help People with Disabilities Find Jobs

In response to the challenges faced by people looking for jobs in Sweden, the government is taking s

Low Interest Rates Cause Currency Issues in Developing Economies

Low Interest Rates Cause Currency Issues in Developing Economies

Interest rates in developing countries, especially in Asia, are lower than those in advanced nations

Philippines Considers TikTok Ban for National Security

Philippines Considers TikTok Ban for National Security

The Philippine government is thinking about whether to stop security personnel from using the TikTok

Volvo Trucks Cutting Jobs in Umeå: 400 Employees Affected

Volvo Trucks Cutting Jobs in Umeå: 400 Employees Affected

Volvo trucks in Umeå are reducing their operations, and this will affect around 400 employees who ar

Swedish Pension Fund's Legal Head Leaves Amid SVB Loss Controversy

Swedish Pension Fund's Legal Head Leaves Amid SVB Loss Controversy

William McKechnie, the chief legal officer at Alecta AB, a Swedish pension group that suffered a $2

Volkswagen Cutting Jobs at Uncompetitive VW Brand

Volkswagen Cutting Jobs at Uncompetitive VW Brand

Volkswagen is working on a plan to save 10 billion euros ($10.9 billion) by making changes to how th

High Immigration Levels Fail to Solve UK Labor Shortages and Inflation

High Immigration Levels Fail to Solve UK Labor Shortages and Inflation

The UK is seeing near-record levels of immigration, with 672,000 more people moving to the country t

Swedish Landlord SBB Buys Back €417 Million in Bonds to Improve Finances

Swedish Landlord SBB Buys Back €417 Million in Bonds to Improve Finances

S&P, a company that assesses how well other companies manage their money, has confirmed that Samhall

Europe Boosts Diesel Imports from India Amid Russian Oil Ban

Europe Boosts Diesel Imports from India Amid Russian Oil Ban

Europe, which banned most oil shipments from Russia a year ago, is now experiencing a significant in

German, French, and South African Firms Eye Angola's Luanda Airport

German, French, and South African Firms Eye Angola's Luanda Airport

Three international companies—Fraport AG, Vinci SA, and Airports Company South Africa—have shown int

Tesla Sues Swedish Government and Postal Service Over License Plate

Tesla Sues Swedish Government and Postal Service Over License Plate

Tesla has filed lawsuits against the Swedish government and its postal service due to an ongoing str

Malaysia Allows Visa-Free Entry for Chinese and Indian Tourists

Malaysia Allows Visa-Free Entry for Chinese and Indian Tourists

Starting from December 1, Malaysia will allow citizens of China and India to enter the country witho

Paris Mayor Leaves Social Media X, Describing it as a Terrible Place

Paris Mayor Leaves Social Media X, Describing it as a Terrible Place

Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo has left the social media platform X citing it as a destructive force that

ByteDance Cuts Hundreds of Gaming Jobs and Shuts Down Nuverse Brand

ByteDance Cuts Hundreds of Gaming Jobs and Shuts Down Nuverse Brand

ByteDance Ltd., the company behind TikTok, is making significant changes in its gaming division.

UK Retailers Prepare for Disappointing Christmas Sales, According to CBI

UK Retailers Prepare for Disappointing Christmas Sales, According to CBI

British retailers are having a tough time this Christmas.

WTO Reports Global Goods Trade Recovery Due to Car Demand

WTO Reports Global Goods Trade Recovery Due to Car Demand

The World Trade Organization (WTO) reports that global trade in goods is picking up, mainly because

How Much More Expensive Lussebak Will Be in Sweden This Year

How Much More Expensive Lussebak Will Be in Sweden This Year

With Advent approaching, it's time for lussebak, a Swedish baking tradition.

Deutsche Bank Predicts Strong Gains for US Stocks by 2024

Deutsche Bank Predicts Strong Gains for US Stocks by 2024

Predictions are suggesting that the S&P 500 could reach a new record high in the upcoming year.

Twitter X Removed from Australia's Anti-Fake News Agreement

Twitter X Removed from Australia's Anti-Fake News Agreement

X has been removed from Australia's voluntary code for addressing misinformation and disinformation.

President Biden Will Not Attend Climate Change Meeting in Dubai

President Biden Will Not Attend Climate Change Meeting in Dubai

US President Joe Biden won't be attending the climate change meeting in Dubai, called Cop28, because

UK's Plan to Boost Local Industries and Jobs, Especially in Batteries

UK's Plan to Boost Local Industries and Jobs, Especially in Batteries

The UK government has introduced an "Advanced Manufacturing Plan" with a focus on supporting local i

Israeli Businesses Slowly Reopening After Recent Conflict

Israeli Businesses Slowly Reopening After Recent Conflict

Israeli businesses are slowly reopening after the recent conflict with Hamas and Gaza, and more of t

Are Salt Batteries a Promising Solution for Storing Heat?

Are Salt Batteries a Promising Solution for Storing Heat?

Salt batteries can store extra heat from the summer and use it in the winter, providing an efficient

How NASA's TASAR Technology Saves Fuel and Makes Flights More Efficient

How NASA's TASAR Technology Saves Fuel and Makes Flights More Efficient

Pilots usually create flight plans before taking off, but during the flight, changes often become ne

Electricity Pricing and Grid Efficiency Challenges and Debates in Sweden

Electricity Pricing and Grid Efficiency Challenges and Debates in Sweden

Electricity costs might go up, and the expected efficiency improvements from smart electricity grids

Amsterdam's Schiphol Airport Owner Appoints Van Oord as CEO

Amsterdam's Schiphol Airport Owner Appoints Van Oord as CEO

Pieter van Oord has been chosen as the next CEO of Amsterdam's Schiphol airport by its owner, Royal

Saudi Stock Market Rises but Gulf Markets Down Due to Oil Price Drop

Saudi Stock Market Rises but Gulf Markets Down Due to Oil Price Drop

On Sunday, Gulf stock markets reacted negatively due to a drop in oil prices caused by a decrease in

Elon Musk's Brain Implant Startup Under Investigation for Ethics Issues

Elon Musk's Brain Implant Startup Under Investigation for Ethics Issues

Neuralink, a company founded by Elon Musk, has raised an additional $43 million in funding, bringing

Australia's Plan to Improve the Reserve Bank with New Laws

Australia's Plan to Improve the Reserve Bank with New Laws

Australia's government is preparing to introduce new laws to update the operations of the Reserve Ba

Huawei Forms New Partnership for Smart Car Technology

Huawei Forms New Partnership for Smart Car Technology

Huawei, the Chinese tech company, is moving important technologies and resources from its smart car

Record-Breaking $9.8 Billion in Online Sales on Black Friday

Record-Breaking $9.8 Billion in Online Sales on Black Friday

On Black Friday in the United States, a record-breaking $9.8 billion in online sales occurred.

Sodium Batteries: The Future of Energy Storage?

Sodium Batteries: The Future of Energy Storage?

Battery industry leaders are starting to invest in sodium-based technology as an alternative to lith

Eat Less Meat: Message from Food's First Net Zero Plan for Wealthy Nations

Eat Less Meat: Message from Food's First Net Zero Plan for Wealthy Nations

The United Nations' Food & Agriculture Organization (FAO) is about to release a comprehensive plan c

Shocking Gender Gap: Fewer Than 10% of FTSE 350 CEOs Are Women

Shocking Gender Gap: Fewer Than 10% of FTSE 350 CEOs Are Women

British companies are hiring more women for executive leadership roles, but many of these women are

German's Government Faces Budget Struggles and Internal Conflicts

German's Government Faces Budget Struggles and Internal Conflicts

The German government is currently dealing with internal conflicts and the possibility of instabilit

ESG Fund Managers are Worried About AI Risks in Tech Investments

ESG Fund Managers are Worried About AI Risks in Tech Investments

ESG fund managers, who focus on environmental, social, and governance factors, are getting increasin

Riksbank's Thedeen: 50% Chance of Another Interest Rate Increase

Riksbank's Thedeen: 50% Chance of Another Interest Rate Increase

Sweden's central bank, Riksbank, is facing a decision on whether to raise or keep its benchmark inte

Signa Real Estate Management Declares Bankruptcy

Signa Real Estate Management Declares Bankruptcy

Signa Real Estate Management, a company that manages real estate properties, has officially declared

Airline Gulf Air Reports Data Breach Without Impact on Operations

Airline Gulf Air Reports Data Breach Without Impact on Operations

Gulf Air, an airline company, reported a data breach on Friday.

German Central Bank President Urges Government to Quickly Fix Budget Issues

German Central Bank President Urges Government to Quickly Fix Budget Issues

Bundesbank President Joachim Nagel has urged the German government to quickly sort out the budget si

PwC Cuts 2% of Canadian Workforce Amid Economic Challenges

PwC Cuts 2% of Canadian Workforce Amid Economic Challenges

PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), the global accounting firm, has trimmed its workforce in Canada by 2%

India's Plan to Mix Biogas with Natural Gas to Reduce Imports and Cut Costs

India's Plan to Mix Biogas with Natural Gas to Reduce Imports and Cut Costs

The Indian government aims to mix biogas with natural gas to reduce its dependence on gas imports an

Biotech Industry Challenges Put Labs and Drug Research in Jeopardy

Biotech Industry Challenges Put Labs and Drug Research in Jeopardy

Sangamo Therapeutics Inc.'s efforts to reduce costs have had widespread effects, impacting not only

Understanding Responsible AI: Distinguishing Good from Bad

Understanding Responsible AI: Distinguishing Good from Bad

Artificial intelligence (AI) is a hot topic right now, with platforms like ChatGPT and DALL-E changi

Switzerland Wants to Host Cheap Winter Olympics in 2030

Switzerland Wants to Host Cheap Winter Olympics in 2030

Switzerland wants to host the Winter Olympics in 2030, and they have a new idea to keep it affordabl

Swedish Union Stops Tesla Parts Amid Growing Dispute

Swedish Union Stops Tesla Parts Amid Growing Dispute

The dispute between Swedish labor unions and Tesla has grown more intense as Hydro Extrusions, a sup

Brazil Revives Cocoa Exports with New Investments in Farming

Brazil Revives Cocoa Exports with New Investments in Farming

Brazil's cocoa industry is making a remarkable comeback after a devastating disease outbreak in the

Lagarde: ECB Can Now Watch How Rate Hikes Affect Economy

Lagarde: ECB Can Now Watch How Rate Hikes Affect Economy

The European Central Bank, led by President Christine Lagarde, has decided to take a break to assess

How Internet Shutdowns Affect People and Society in India

How Internet Shutdowns Affect People and Society in India

India frequently uses internet shutdowns as a response to political unrest or sectarian violence, ef

FNF, a Big Real Estate Company, Faces Cybersecurity Problem

FNF, a Big Real Estate Company, Faces Cybersecurity Problem

Fidelity National Financial (FNF), a big company in real estate and mortgages, recently had a comput

Sweden's Housing Construction Hits Lowest Level in Over a Decade

Sweden's Housing Construction Hits Lowest Level in Over a Decade

Sweden is currently experiencing a significant drop in new housing construction, reaching its lowest

Hacktivists Break into U.S. Nuclear Research Lab and Steal Data

Hacktivists Break into U.S. Nuclear Research Lab and Steal Data

The Idaho National Laboratory (INL) recently confirmed that it suffered a cyberattack carried out by

HSBC UK Customers Facing Online Banking Issues During Black Friday

HSBC UK Customers Facing Online Banking Issues During Black Friday

On Black Friday, a busy day for online shopping, many HSBC customers experienced trouble accessing t

Traffic Jam at Panama Canal Benefits Europe's Gas Supply

Traffic Jam at Panama Canal Benefits Europe's Gas Supply

The congestion at the Panama Canal is causing a change in the destination of U.S. liquefied natural

Thai Airways Considers Buying 90 New Airplanes for Fleet Upgrade

Thai Airways Considers Buying 90 New Airplanes for Fleet Upgrade

Thai Airways International Pcl is thinking about buying up to 90 new airplanes, mainly the big ones,

Germany's Economy Faces Challenges in Q3 2023

Germany's Economy Faces Challenges in Q3 2023

Germany's economy shrank by 0.1% in the third quarter of this year, which is the same as what was es

Barclays Plans to Save $1.25 Billion and May Cut 2,000 Jobs

Barclays Plans to Save $1.25 Billion and May Cut 2,000 Jobs

Barclays, a major British bank, is thinking about ways to save a lot of money, around 1 billion poun

China Allows Visa-Free Entry for Citizens from European Countries

China Allows Visa-Free Entry for Citizens from European Countries

China has introduced a temporary visa-free entry policy for citizens from several European countries

Deutsche Bank Expects RBI Rate Cut to Strengthen India's Bond Market

Deutsche Bank Expects RBI Rate Cut to Strengthen India's Bond Market

Deutsche Bank suggests that if India's central bank lowers interest rates next year, it could give a

Deutsche Telekom's Legal Setback in EU Court Over Antitrust Fine

Deutsche Telekom's Legal Setback in EU Court Over Antitrust Fine

Deutsche Telekom AG faced a setback in a significant legal dispute at the highest European Union cou

Internal Error Causes Massive Drop in Electricity Prices in Finland

Internal Error Causes Massive Drop in Electricity Prices in Finland

Kinect Energy AS made a significant mistake when they tried to sell too much electricity in Finland

Sweden's Riksbank Chooses Not to Raise Interest Rates

Sweden's Riksbank Chooses Not to Raise Interest Rates

The Riksbank, which is Sweden's central bank, has decided not to increase interest rates for the nin

Novo Nordisk Invests $2.3 Billion in French Medicine Factory

Novo Nordisk Invests $2.3 Billion in French Medicine Factory

Novo Nordisk is investing $2.3 billion in a factory in Chartres, France, to make more of its popular

Bundesbank Warns of Challenges in Germany's Financial Sector

Bundesbank Warns of Challenges in Germany's Financial Sector

Germany's financial institutions are currently facing challenges such as increased interest expenses

Euro Rises on Positive Data, U.S. and Japan Markets Closed

Euro Rises on Positive Data, U.S. and Japan Markets Closed

The euro had a small increase in its value on Thursday because new data hinted that things might be

Citigroup Encourages Employees to Report Inappropriate Behavior

Citigroup Encourages Employees to Report Inappropriate Behavior

A Citigroup executive named Andy Morton has asked employees to report any inappropriate behavior the

Elon Musk Supports Tesla in Swedish Labor Dispute

Elon Musk Supports Tesla in Swedish Labor Dispute

Elon Musk has shown his support for Tesla in a labor dispute in Sweden, where a strike initially aff

How AI Makes Customized Soap and Shampoo

How AI Makes Customized Soap and Shampoo

Researchers have created a machine powered by AI that can make personal care products just for you.

Would You Prefer Alexa or Siri to Sound More Like You?

Would You Prefer Alexa or Siri to Sound More Like You?

A team of researchers from Penn State conducted a study on virtual assistants like Siri and Alexa to

Swedish Pension Group Alecta Faces Investigation Over Major Investment

Swedish Pension Group Alecta Faces Investigation Over Major Investment

Pressure is mounting on the Swedish pension group Alecta due to an investigation related to its larg

Venture Funding Gap for European Women Founders

Venture Funding Gap for European Women Founders

In 2023, women in northwestern Europe faced a significant funding gap in the world of venture capita

Western Brands in Arab Countries Affected by Gaza War Boycotts

Western Brands in Arab Countries Affected by Gaza War Boycotts

Western fast-food chains in Cairo and other Arab countries have seen a drop in customers because peo

Nepal's TikTokers Challenge Government's App Ban

Nepal's TikTokers Challenge Government's App Ban

Nepal's recent ban on TikTok, a popular social media platform, has left its users, including content

China Rushes to Resolve Property Crisis with $446 Billion Funding

China Rushes to Resolve Property Crisis with $446 Billion Funding

Chinese leaders are intensifying their efforts to resolve the nation's property crisis, with a focus

UBS CEO Urges Tougher Penalties for Bank Executives to Prevent Failures

UBS CEO Urges Tougher Penalties for Bank Executives to Prevent Failures

UBS Group AG's CEO, Sergio Ermotti, has called for Switzerland to have stronger powers to punish ban

Israel's Economy Struggles Amid $48 Billion Gaza Conflict Costs

Israel's Economy Struggles Amid $48 Billion Gaza Conflict Costs

The ongoing conflict between Israel and Hamas in Gaza is imposing a significant financial burden on

Fitch Downgrades Swedish Landlord SBB's Credit Rating

Fitch Downgrades Swedish Landlord SBB's Credit Rating

Swedish landlord SBB is facing a credit rating downgrade from Fitch Ratings, which has lowered its l

Binance CEO Admits Money Laundering, Could Face $4 Billion Fine

Binance CEO Admits Money Laundering, Could Face $4 Billion Fine

Binance's CEO, Changpeng Zhao, has pleaded guilty to money laundering violations in the U.S., result

Judge Finds Proof That Tesla and Musk Knew About Autopilot Issue

Judge Finds Proof That Tesla and Musk Knew About Autopilot Issue

A Florida judge has found significant evidence indicating that Tesla's CEO, Elon Musk, and other com

German Court Ruling Threatens Intel's Subsidies for Chip Plants

German Court Ruling Threatens Intel's Subsidies for Chip Plants

A recent court ruling in Germany might cause Intel to lose billions of euros in subsidies for their

Conservatives Take Legal Action Against Company Diversity Efforts

Conservatives Take Legal Action Against Company Diversity Efforts

Conservative activists who previously focused on challenging race-related college admissions in the

SEB Survey Suggests Swedish Central Bank Will Raise Interest Rates

SEB Survey Suggests Swedish Central Bank Will Raise Interest Rates

In a recent survey conducted by SEB AB's trading room, most of the people surveyed believe that Swed

Sunflower Oil Shortage Turns Into Surplus After Ukraine's Crisis

Sunflower Oil Shortage Turns Into Surplus After Ukraine's Crisis

Sunflower oil, which was in short supply and had high prices during Russia's invasion of Ukraine, is

Russian Agricultural Bank Sues JP Morgan in Moscow

Russian Agricultural Bank Sues JP Morgan in Moscow

The Russian Agricultural Bank, a government-owned financial institution responsible for managing fin

Egypt to Resume Gas Exports as Israel Supply Increases

Egypt to Resume Gas Exports as Israel Supply Increases

Egypt is once again sending liquefied natural gas (LNG) to other countries after a pause caused by a

Sam Altman to Return as CEO of OpenAI After Being Fired

Sam Altman to Return as CEO of OpenAI After Being Fired

Sam Altman is about to become the CEO of OpenAI again after being fired unexpectedly.

Biden Joins Threads Amidst Criticism of X's Musk

Biden Joins Threads Amidst Criticism of X's Musk

US President Joe Biden recently joined Threads, a social media platform developed by Meta, the paren

AI Can Pretend, But It's Not as Smart as Humans, Researcher Explains

AI Can Pretend, But It's Not as Smart as Humans, Researcher Explains

Artificial intelligence (AI) has generated different reactions from various groups.

Germany's Financial Crisis Threatens Green Technology Initiatives

Germany's Financial Crisis Threatens Green Technology Initiatives

Germany is currently facing a financial crisis that is putting its green technology initiatives in j

Swedish Battery Company Northvolt Introduces New Sodium-Ion Battery

Swedish Battery Company Northvolt Introduces New Sodium-Ion Battery

Swedish battery company Northvolt AB has introduced its groundbreaking sodium-ion technology, a batt

Microsoft CEO Suggests Sam Altman Could Return to OpenAI

Microsoft CEO Suggests Sam Altman Could Return to OpenAI

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella suggested the possibility of Sam Altman returning to OpenAI in some capa

Israel Deploys Thousands of Honeypots to Catch Hackers

Israel Deploys Thousands of Honeypots to Catch Hackers

In October, there was a major terrorist attack by Hamas in Israel that resulted in over 1,200 casual

Elon Musk's Lawsuit Confirms Hate-Adjacent Ads on X

Elon Musk's Lawsuit Confirms Hate-Adjacent Ads on X

Elon Musk's company, now called X, has filed a lawsuit against Media Matters, accusing them of defam

Russia Hesitates to Reduce Oil Production Amid Global Talks

Russia Hesitates to Reduce Oil Production Amid Global Talks

Russia, a major oil producer, is hesitant to reduce its oil supply despite discussions within OPEC+

Investors Thinking About Suing OpenAI's Board

Investors Thinking About Suing OpenAI's Board

Investors in OpenAI are considering taking legal action against the company's board after the remova

North Korean IT Workers' Deceptive Job Strategies Abroad

North Korean IT Workers' Deceptive Job Strategies Abroad

North Korean IT workers are using tricky tactics to land jobs in Western tech companies.

European Banks' Risk from Commercial Real Estate

European Banks' Risk from Commercial Real Estate

The European Central Bank (ECB) has expressed concerns regarding European banks' susceptibility to f

Philippines Urges Private Rice Importers to Buy More Rice

Philippines Urges Private Rice Importers to Buy More Rice

The Philippines, a country that buys a lot of rice, has given private rice importers a one-month dea

Dubai Government Aims to Raise $315 Million Through Taxi Business IPO

Dubai Government Aims to Raise $315 Million Through Taxi Business IPO

Dubai Taxi Co. recently conducted its initial public offering (IPO), and it proved to be highly popu

Taiwan Stock Market Rises on AI Interest and Foreign Investment

Taiwan Stock Market Rises on AI Interest and Foreign Investment

Taiwan's main stock market, known as the Taiex, reached its highest point since April 2022.

OpenAI's Leadership Change Shakes Up Silicon Valley

OpenAI's Leadership Change Shakes Up Silicon Valley

OpenAI's headline announced a leadership transition, but it had seismic consequences for Silicon Val

Explosion Slows Sugar Production at Sweden's Only Mill

Explosion Slows Sugar Production at Sweden's Only Mill

An explosion at Sweden's only sugar mill has led to a decrease in sugar production.

Oil Company Sues EU, Germany, and Denmark for Windfall Tax

Oil Company Sues EU, Germany, and Denmark for Windfall Tax

Klesch Group Holdings Limited, a company based in Jersey that deals with oil refining, is taking leg

OpenAI Employees May Quit Unless Sam Altman Returns as CEO

OpenAI Employees May Quit Unless Sam Altman Returns as CEO

The ongoing situation at OpenAI revolves around the demand from nearly 500 of its 770 employees, inc

Janet Yellen's Concerns About Privacy and TikTok

Janet Yellen's Concerns About Privacy and TikTok

U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen expressed concerns about privacy and social media issues in the

GM's Cruise CEO Resigns Amid U.S. Safety Review of Self-Driving Taxis

GM's Cruise CEO Resigns Amid U.S. Safety Review of Self-Driving Taxis

Kyle Vogt, the CEO of General Motors' self-driving taxi unit, Cruise, has stepped down from his posi

Scientists Explore Alzheimer's Vaccines Following Drug Success

Scientists Explore Alzheimer's Vaccines Following Drug Success

Scientists are making significant progress in developing vaccines for Alzheimer's disease.

Hedge Fund Worries About Unclear Bond Offer by Swedish Landlord SBB

Hedge Fund Worries About Unclear Bond Offer by Swedish Landlord SBB

US hedge fund Fir Tree Partners has expressed concerns about the clarity of a recent buyback offer b

Microsoft Hires OpenAI Co-Founders to Lead New AI Research Team

Microsoft Hires OpenAI Co-Founders to Lead New AI Research Team

Microsoft has hired OpenAI co-founders Sam Altman and Greg Brockman to lead a new AI research team.

Shortage of US Dollars Leading African Countries Towards Crisis

Shortage of US Dollars Leading African Countries Towards Crisis

African governments are facing a severe shortage of US dollars, which is causing divisions among in

Philippines Sells $270 Million in Digital Treasury Bonds for the First Time

Philippines Sells $270 Million in Digital Treasury Bonds for the First Time

The Philippines recently made history by selling its first-ever tokenized Treasury bonds, converting

European Gas Prices Increased Due to Cold Weather and War Tensions

European Gas Prices Increased Due to Cold Weather and War Tensions

European natural gas prices increased due to colder weather forecasts and rising tensions in the Mid

Sweden's Central Bank and Interest Rates: What's Happening?

Sweden's Central Bank and Interest Rates: What's Happening?

Central banks in the US, eurozone, and the UK have paused their efforts to raise interest rates, whi

Sam Altman Considering Return to OpenAI After Being Ousted as CEO

Sam Altman Considering Return to OpenAI After Being Ousted as CEO

Sam Altman, who was recently removed as the CEO of OpenAI, is thinking about returning to the compan

France, Germany, and Italy Agree on Rules for AI in the European Union

France, Germany, and Italy Agree on Rules for AI in the European Union

France, Germany, and Italy have reached an agreement on how to regulate artificial intelligence (AI)

Critical Software Flaw Exploited by Hackers in Citrix Systems

Critical Software Flaw Exploited by Hackers in Citrix Systems

A significant software flaw in Citrix Systems Inc., a company known for enabling remote access for w

France Aims to Save €12 Billion in 2025 Budget for Deficit Reduction

France Aims to Save €12 Billion in 2025 Budget for Deficit Reduction

The French government is working to save €12 billion (equivalent to $13 billion) in its 2025 budget.

Swiss National Bank Criticized for $9 Billion Fracking Investment

Swiss National Bank Criticized for $9 Billion Fracking Investment

The Swiss National Bank (SNB) is currently facing criticism for its $9 billion investment in 69 oil

Tech Companies Delay Paying Billions in Fines: What It Means

Tech Companies Delay Paying Billions in Fines: What It Means

Big tech companies frequently receive fines for various violations, but it often takes them years to

India to Continue Rice Export Bans into 2024, Affecting Global Prices

India to Continue Rice Export Bans into 2024, Affecting Global Prices

India, the world's top rice exporter, plans to keep its restrictions on rice exports, which could re

Microsoft and Investors Urge OpenAI Board to Bring Back Altman as CEO

Microsoft and Investors Urge OpenAI Board to Bring Back Altman as CEO

OpenAI's major investors, including Microsoft, are actively working to reinstate Sam Altman as CEO a

Swedish Central Bank's Plans for Interest Rates

Swedish Central Bank's Plans for Interest Rates

The probability of Sweden's central bank, the Riksbank, raising interest rates for the ninth time si

Amazon Lays Off Hundreds in Alexa Team to Shift Focus to AI

Amazon Lays Off Hundreds in Alexa Team to Shift Focus to AI

Amazon is cutting jobs in its Alexa team to focus more on artificial intelligence (AI), particularly

News Anchors on Facebook Targeted by Deepfake Scammers

News Anchors on Facebook Targeted by Deepfake Scammers

Recent deepfake videos circulating on social media have raised concerns because they falsely depict

IRL Accuses Investors of Sabotaging the Company with Fake Numbers

IRL Accuses Investors of Sabotaging the Company with Fake Numbers

The founders of IRL, Abraham Shafi and Genrikh Khachatryan, are suing their investors, alleging that

OpenAI President Resigns After CEO Sam Altman's Unexpected Removal

OpenAI President Resigns After CEO Sam Altman's Unexpected Removal

OpenAI co-founder and president Greg Brockman has left the company, following the abrupt firing of C

Elon Musk to File Lawsuit Against Media as Advertisers Leave X

Elon Musk to File Lawsuit Against Media as Advertisers Leave X

Elon Musk is getting ready to file a legal lawsuit, which he called a "thermonuclear lawsuit," again

Billionaire Heir Warns of Tough Times in Shipping Industry

Billionaire Heir Warns of Tough Times in Shipping Industry

Rodolphe Saade, the CEO of CMA CGM SA, has issued a warning about the upcoming arrival of new contai

WhatsApp's Lawsuit Against Israeli Spyware Company Stays in the US

WhatsApp's Lawsuit Against Israeli Spyware Company Stays in the US

An Israeli spyware company called NSO Group is currently involved in a legal dispute with WhatsApp a

Rich Americans Delay Paris Travel Plans due to Middle East Conflict

Rich Americans Delay Paris Travel Plans due to Middle East Conflict

The ongoing conflict in the Middle East has led wealthy Americans to delay their travel plans to Par

Apple, Disney and IBM Pause X Ads Over Musk's Controversial Tweets

Apple, Disney and IBM Pause X Ads Over Musk's Controversial Tweets

Apple, along with several other major technology and media companies, has chosen to stop their adver

OpenAI Fires CEO Sam Altman for Alleged Dishonesty with Board

OpenAI Fires CEO Sam Altman for Alleged Dishonesty with Board

Sam Altman, the co-founder and former CEO of OpenAI, has been removed from the company following all

Chinese Billionaire's Firm Sells $388 Million Worth of Volvo Car Stock

Chinese Billionaire's Firm Sells $388 Million Worth of Volvo Car Stock

Chinese billionaire Li Shufu's company, Zhejiang Geely Holding Group Co., is selling approximately $

Experts Suggest Solar Power for Health Facilities in Poor Countries

Experts Suggest Solar Power for Health Facilities in Poor Countries

Experts suggest that it's possible to provide electricity to healthcare facilities in poorer countri

EY Fired Australian Partner Accused of Tax Scheme

EY Fired Australian Partner Accused of Tax Scheme

EY, a major consulting firm, fired an Australian partner accused of promoting a tax avoidance scheme

Choosing Old Tech Over New: A Smart Strategy for Some Companies

Choosing Old Tech Over New: A Smart Strategy for Some Companies

The research suggests that even though many people believe that adopting new technology is the best

Human vs. Robot: Study Compares 27 to Determine Superiority

Human vs. Robot: Study Compares 27 to Determine Superiority

The study led by Robert Riener from ETH Zurich examined how well humanoid robots perform compared to

Japan to Acquire 1.4 Million COVID Vaccine Doses for Omicron Variant

Japan to Acquire 1.4 Million COVID Vaccine Doses for Omicron Variant

Japan's health ministry intends to purchase 1.4 million doses of Daiichi Sankyo's updated COVID-19 v

FDA Approves AstraZeneca's New Breast Cancer Treatment

FDA Approves AstraZeneca's New Breast Cancer Treatment

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved AstraZeneca's new breast cancer treatment,

EU Agrees to Stop Exporting Waste to Countries Unable to Handle It

EU Agrees to Stop Exporting Waste to Countries Unable to Handle It

European Union (EU) lawmakers and member states have reached an agreement to revise regulations on s

Swedish Labor Unions Go on Strike Against Tesla

Swedish Labor Unions Go on Strike Against Tesla

In Sweden, labor unions are currently on strike against Tesla, causing disruptions to the company's

China Struggles to Attract Foreign Investment

China Struggles to Attract Foreign Investment

China has been trying to get foreign investors interested in its economy, but it's been tough.

Weak Launch for Middle East Firm's $451M Stock Debut After IPO

Weak Launch for Middle East Firm's $451M Stock Debut After IPO

Investcorp Capital Plc, a company backed by a major Middle Eastern investment manager, had a disappo

Oil Prices Keep Falling Due to Too Much Oil and Stockpiles

Oil Prices Keep Falling Due to Too Much Oil and Stockpiles

Oil prices have been dropping for the fourth week in a row, mainly because there is too much oil ava

SBB Offers Significant Bond Discounts Amid Financial Challenges

SBB Offers Significant Bond Discounts Amid Financial Challenges

Swedish landlord SBB plans to sell assets to Brookfield Asset Management and use the proceeds, which

Why Replacing Workers with AI Can Be Problematic

Why Replacing Workers with AI Can Be Problematic

AI chatbots are increasingly being used by businesses to interact with customers and provide answers

DDoS Attacks: How Largest Tech Companies Defend Themselves

DDoS Attacks: How Largest Tech Companies Defend Themselves

Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks are on the rise and are particularly targeting major cl

Researchers Warn of Possible AI Data Shortage by 2026: What's Next?

Researchers Warn of Possible AI Data Shortage by 2026: What's Next?

The increasing popularity of artificial intelligence (AI) is causing worries about a possible shorta

Sweden's Plan to Expand Nuclear Power for Growing Energy Needs

Sweden's Plan to Expand Nuclear Power for Growing Energy Needs

The Swedish government is actively supporting the expansion of nuclear power to address the expected

Study Warns of AI's Risk to Replace Four Million Jobs in South Korea

Study Warns of AI's Risk to Replace Four Million Jobs in South Korea

A recent study by the Bank of Korea has raised concerns about the potential replacement of nearly fo

Rich Nations May Have Delivered $100 Billion for Climate Help, Says OECD

Rich Nations May Have Delivered $100 Billion for Climate Help, Says OECD

Rich countries made a promise in 2009 to give $100 billion each year to help poorer nations deal wit

Burberry's Sales Drop Due to Luxury Slowdown

Burberry's Sales Drop Due to Luxury Slowdown

Burberry, a British luxury brand, is facing difficulties in achieving its annual revenue target of l

Foreign Investors Buy More Japanese Stocks as US Rate Concerns Ease

Foreign Investors Buy More Japanese Stocks as US Rate Concerns Ease

Last week, foreign investors made their largest purchase of Japanese stocks in five months, investin

Turkey's Lira Stability Attracts Investors and Raises Concerns

Turkey's Lira Stability Attracts Investors and Raises Concerns

Turkey's currency, the lira, has been steadily losing value over the past three months, which has ca

Philippine Central Bank Keeps Interest Rates Unchanged

Philippine Central Bank Keeps Interest Rates Unchanged

The Philippine central bank has decided to keep its key interest rate unchanged at 6.50% in order to

Hungary's Central Bank Keeps Interest Rate Cuts Unchanged

Hungary's Central Bank Keeps Interest Rate Cuts Unchanged

Hungary's central bank, led by Deputy Governor Barnabas Virag, has decided to keep the current pace

Tesla Faces Pressure in Sweden as Supplier Workers Prepare to Strike

Tesla Faces Pressure in Sweden as Supplier Workers Prepare to Strike

Tesla is facing challenges in Sweden as workers demand a collective bargaining agreement.

Dark Web Exposes Underworld Marketplace: Fake IDs for Sale

Dark Web Exposes Underworld Marketplace: Fake IDs for Sale

Counterfeit Australian identity documents, especially driver's licenses, are frequently traded on th

Nvidia's Winning Streak Faces Possible Slowdown

Nvidia's Winning Streak Faces Possible Slowdown

Nvidia Corp, a California-based company, has experienced an impressive 10-day winning streak in the

Sweden's Construction Industry Shows Signs of Improvement

Sweden's Construction Industry Shows Signs of Improvement

Sweden's struggling construction industry, especially in building new homes, appears to be stabilizi

Human-Like Artificial Touch Sensor Advances Robots and Prosthetics

Human-Like Artificial Touch Sensor Advances Robots and Prosthetics

A new artificial touch system, similar to how a human finger senses things, has been created.

Germany Considers Export Ban for Weight-Loss Diabetes Drug Ozempic

Germany Considers Export Ban for Weight-Loss Diabetes Drug Ozempic

Germany's drug regulator, BfArM, is considering a potential export ban on Novo Nordisk's diabetes dr

Meta Challenges EU Rules for Messenger and Marketplace

Meta Challenges EU Rules for Messenger and Marketplace

Meta has filed an appeal against the "gatekeeper" designations applied to its Messenger and Marketpl

Advanced 3D Printing Creates Flexible Robots with Bones and Tendons

Advanced 3D Printing Creates Flexible Robots with Bones and Tendons

3D printing has made big improvements and can now use a wider range of materials, including slower-c

Legal Battle Over $5 Billion Autonomy Loss Involves Tech Entrepreneurs

Legal Battle Over $5 Billion Autonomy Loss Involves Tech Entrepreneurs

Hewlett-Packard (HP) and its auditors, EY, had a disagreement about whether a $5 billion decrease in

Elon Musk Denies Starlink Satellite Internet IPO for 2024

Elon Musk Denies Starlink Satellite Internet IPO for 2024

Elon Musk has denied reports suggesting that SpaceX, his space company, plans to offer its satellite

YouTube Creators Must Disclose AI Use or Face Future Suspension

YouTube Creators Must Disclose AI Use or Face Future Suspension

YouTube has introduced new rules for AI-generated content, requiring creators to disclose whether th

Rising Concerns About Gas Supply's Impact on European Prices

Rising Concerns About Gas Supply's Impact on European Prices

European natural gas prices increased by 2.9% due to worries about potential problems with heating g

Egypt's Post-Election Currency Devaluation Expectations

Egypt's Post-Election Currency Devaluation Expectations

Investors are increasingly expecting Egypt's currency to lose value significantly after the December

SBB Receives Stock Rating Upgrade During Sweden's Property Crisis

SBB Receives Stock Rating Upgrade During Sweden's Property Crisis

SBB, the Swedish property company, has been upgraded to a "hold" by analysts at DNB Bank ASA.

Sexual Harassment Reported by Young McDonald's Staff in the UK

Sexual Harassment Reported by Young McDonald's Staff in the UK

McDonald's UK is facing serious allegations of sexual misconduct within its workforce, with employee

International Pressure Mounts on Israel for Gaza Hospital Attacks

International Pressure Mounts on Israel for Gaza Hospital Attacks

Israel's military chief spokesman, Rear Admiral Daniel Hagari, recently held a press briefing at Gaz

Ex-Klarna COO Knut Frangsmyr Resigns as Avanza Bank CEO

Ex-Klarna COO Knut Frangsmyr Resigns as Avanza Bank CEO

Knut Frangsmyr, who had recently taken on the position of CEO at Avanza Bank Holding AB, a Swedish o

Catalent Delays SEC Filing Due to $700 Million Impairment Charge

Catalent Delays SEC Filing Due to $700 Million Impairment Charge

Catalent, a company that makes medicines for other companies, is having financial troubles and is de

'X' Fails to Pay Fine for Not Addressing Child Sexual Abuse Content

'X' Fails to Pay Fine for Not Addressing Child Sexual Abuse Content

Elon Musk's company "X," has not paid a $388,000 fine imposed by Australia's internet safety watchdo

Egypt Explores Indian Financial Markets and Diversifying Funds

Egypt Explores Indian Financial Markets and Diversifying Funds

Egypt is discussing the idea of joining Indian financial markets and using their own currencies for

EU Issues Antitrust Warning to Adobe Over Figma Deal

EU Issues Antitrust Warning to Adobe Over Figma Deal

Adobe's $20 billion bid to acquire the cloud-based design platform Figma is facing potential antitru

Allowing Employees to Work from Home Boosts Company Growth

Allowing Employees to Work from Home Boosts Company Growth

A recent survey of 554 public companies employing 26.7 million people found that businesses offering

US Issues Hundreds of Visas to Chinese Journalists for APEC

US Issues Hundreds of Visas to Chinese Journalists for APEC

The United States has given visas to many Chinese journalists to cover the upcoming meeting between

Swedish Households Becoming Less Optimistic About Housing Prices

Swedish Households Becoming Less Optimistic About Housing Prices

Swedish households are feeling uncertain about housing prices for the third month in a row due to ec

India Considers 5-Year Tax Breaks for EV Imports to Attract Tesla

India Considers 5-Year Tax Breaks for EV Imports to Attract Tesla

India is considering reducing taxes on fully assembled imported electric vehicles for a period of up

PepsiCo Aims to Overtake Coca-Cola in US Beverage Market

PepsiCo Aims to Overtake Coca-Cola in US Beverage Market

PepsiCo is on track to become the biggest beverage company in the US by market value, marking a sign

AI-Powered Tool Efficiently Measures Antarctic Icebergs in Satellite Images

AI-Powered Tool Efficiently Measures Antarctic Icebergs in Satellite Images

Researchers at the University of Leeds have developed a neural network that can quickly and accurate

Ikea's Parent Company Buys Brighton Shopping Mall for £145 Million

Ikea's Parent Company Buys Brighton Shopping Mall for £145 Million

Ikea's parent company has purchased a shopping mall in Brighton, UK, for an estimated £145 million.

ICBC Pays Ransom to Pays Ransom to Hackers After Cyberattack

ICBC Pays Ransom to Pays Ransom to Hackers After Cyberattack

The Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC), China's largest bank, recently faced a cyberatta

Tata Steel in the Netherlands to Cut 800 Jobs for Cleaner Production

Tata Steel in the Netherlands to Cut 800 Jobs for Cleaner Production

Tata Steel's Dutch division, based in IJmuiden, is planning to reduce its workforce by around 800 em

Why AI Struggles to Understand Moving Faces Like Humans Do

Why AI Struggles to Understand Moving Faces Like Humans Do

Face recognition technology, commonly used for tasks like unlocking smartphones, relies on Deep Conv

Royal Mail Faces £5.6 Million Fine for Missing Delivery Targets

Royal Mail Faces £5.6 Million Fine for Missing Delivery Targets

Royal Mail has been fined £5.6 million by Ofcom for failing to meet its first- and second-class mail

Israel's $8 Billion Debt Increase Since Hamas Conflict Began

Israel's $8 Billion Debt Increase Since Hamas Conflict Began

Since the conflict with Hamas began, Israel borrowed about 30 billion shekels (which is approximatel

Dubai Airlines Order $50 Billion Worth of Jets to Compete with Rivals

Dubai Airlines Order $50 Billion Worth of Jets to Compete with Rivals

Dubai's airlines, Emirates and flyDubai, have placed orders for Boeing aircraft totaling over $50 bi

Home Depot and Lowe’s Sales Hit by High Mortgage Rates

Home Depot and Lowe’s Sales Hit by High Mortgage Rates

Higher mortgage rates and very expensive homes are expected to slow down the increased spending on h

Traders Worry Inflation May Affect Rate Cut Expectations in the UK

Traders Worry Inflation May Affect Rate Cut Expectations in the UK

Some traders think the Bank of England (BOE) might lower UK interest rates soon, while others disagr

Volvo Targets Luxury Market in China with Their Most Expensive Model Yet

Volvo Targets Luxury Market in China with Their Most Expensive Model Yet

Volvo Car AB is launching a high-end battery-powered minivan, called the EM90, in China.

FTX Scandal in Financial Fraud History Raises Cryptocurrency Concerns

FTX Scandal in Financial Fraud History Raises Cryptocurrency Concerns

In November, former cryptocurrency titan Sam Bankman-Fried was found guilty of seven counts of fraud

Foreign Investors Pull Money from Middle Eastern Funds

Foreign Investors Pull Money from Middle Eastern Funds

In October, foreign investors withdrew a large amount of money from funds that invest in Middle East

Iranian Hackers Target Israel's Tech Sector with Malware

Iranian Hackers Target Israel's Tech Sector with Malware

A cyber campaign conducted by a group known as Imperial Kitten, which is linked to the Iranian Revol

Cyber Attack Disrupts Australian Ports Operated by DP World

Cyber Attack Disrupts Australian Ports Operated by DP World

DP World, a major operator of Australian ports, experienced a significant disruption in freight trad

New Rules in South Africa Impact Farm Exports to the UK and EU

New Rules in South Africa Impact Farm Exports to the UK and EU

New rules in South Africa state that farms primarily owned by white people can't export their agricu

Possible Job Cuts at Continental AG: 5,500 Positions Under Review

Possible Job Cuts at Continental AG: 5,500 Positions Under Review

Continental AG, a major European car parts manufacturer, is considering announcing a workforce reduc

Wegovy Obesity Treatment Offers Heart Protection Beyond Weight Loss

Wegovy Obesity Treatment Offers Heart Protection Beyond Weight Loss

Novo Nordisk has disclosed that its obesity treatment, Wegovy, provides heart-protective benefits th

Shipping Industry Shifts to Layoffs After Earning $364 Billion

Shipping Industry Shifts to Layoffs After Earning $364 Billion

The container shipping industry, which had previously enjoyed record profits, is now encountering fi

Ad
cw1

Klädpressaregatan 1,
411 05 Göteborg
Sweden

editorial@theswedishtimes.se

Download the App
cw1 apple appstorecw1 apple appstore
Follow us


@ 2023 CW1 Inc. All rights reserved