A Florida man decided to surprise his community by paying off the lunch debt of every child in their town, Jupiter, but the good news doesn’t stop there.
David Marcus, the head of Facebook’s digital currency project Libra, said on Wednesday the group should have “no problem” getting 100 members on board and that he expects banks and other financial firms to join once regulatory issues are addressed.
“Catch and Kill” was pulled from two of Australia’s biggest online book retailers amid legal threats from the former National Enquirer editor who features prominently in the book.
I learned that doing the right thing was probably best for everyone involved.
Semiconductor equipment maker ASML beat quarterly profit and bookings forecasts on Wednesday, continuing a strong run of results on demand for its latest chipmaking equipment.
Semiconductor equipment maker ASML on Wednesday reported higher-than-expected quarterly profit of 627 million euros ($691.64 million) and bookings, driven by solid demand for 5G telecom network and artificial intelligence applications.
The leaders of the House of Representatives Judiciary Committee said late on Tuesday that they had begun receiving data from Facebook, Alphabet’s Google, Amazon and Apple as part of their probe into the companies’ potential breaches of antitrust law.
A judge Tuesday dismissed charges against a Tennessee mother who was arrested after a viral video on Facebook Live showed her holding her 1-month-old baby up in the air with one hand while blowing smoke into her face before dropping her onto a pillow.
The “Desperate Housewives” star will serve 14 days in federal prison in Northern California.