Driverless technology moved closer to becoming an everyday reality last week in the U. S. thanks to Tesla, but in Singapore it’s already expanding from testing with taxis to testing with full-size city buses in real-world situations. The new bus program will see two electric hybrid buses begin to ferry passengers between Nanyang Technological University and CleanTech Park, and… Read More
Samsung is stepping up its brand damage limitation efforts in the wake of the flaming battery disaster of the Galaxy Note 7 smartphone by offering owners of the recalled device in South Korea the ability to upgrade to a Galaxy S8 or Note 8 device next year if they trade in their Note 7 for a Galaxy S7 now.
The “Uber for weed” startup Eaze has grown quite a bit over the last year and it intends to expand even more. To get it there, Eaze has closed on $13 million in Series B funding from Fresh VC, Doll Capital Management (DCM) and Tusk Ventures. Eaze launched in July of 2014 to help medical marijuana patients order cannabis on demand.
The resignation of former CEO John Stumpf from Wells Fargo is "not enough" to assuage lawmakers that the company has purged itself of a culture that encouraged aggressive sales tactics and illegal activity, two senators said Wednesday.
Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) and Robert Menendez (D-N. J.) issued a letter Thursday to Stephen Sanger, who is the new chairman of Wells Fargo’s board of directors.
“Given the scope of wrongdoing on his watch, Mr.
In what would be the largest merger of the year, Dallas-based AT&T has agreed to acquire New York-based Time Warner in an $85.4 billion deal.
The boards of both companies unanimously approved the acquisition today. “Premium content always wins,” AT&T CEO Randall L. Stephenson, said in a statement. “We’ll have the world’s best premium content with the networks to deliver it to every screen.”
Stephenson will lead the combined company while while Time Warner CEO Jeff Bewkes will depart…