Business News

Hunter Biden’s former business partner was willing to go before a grand jury. He never got the chance.

A former business partner of Hunter and James Bidenwho worked directly with them on a 2017 China energy deal, was never asked to testify to a Delaware grand jury investigating Hunter Biden, two sources familiar with the discussions tell CBS News. Tony Bobulinski, the former business partner, was open to testifying, and his attorney reached

Hunter Biden’s former business partner was willing to go before a grand jury. He never got the chance. Read More »

Regulator lays out proposed changes to passenger rights charter – Business News

Changes to passenger rights The Canadian Press – Jul 11, 2023 / 9:44 am | Stories: 436290 Photo: The Canadian Press The Canadian Transportation Agency is laying out proposed changes to the passenger rights charter. The reforms came after the Liberal government passed legislation last month to toughen penalties on airlines, shore up the complaint

Regulator lays out proposed changes to passenger rights charter – Business News Read More »

Meta’s Threads is now the fastest-growing platform after 100 million users signed up in the first five days

Meta’s Twitter rival Threads crossed 100 million sign-ups within five days of launch, CEO Mark Zuckerberg said on Monday, dethroning ChatGPT as the fastest-growing online platform to hit the milestone. Threads have been setting records for user growth since its launch on Wednesday, with celebrities, politicians and other newsmakers joining the platform seen by analysts

Meta’s Threads is now the fastest-growing platform after 100 million users signed up in the first five days Read More »

Microsoft to lay off more employees months after letting 10,000 workers go

Microsoft confirmed Monday that it’s eliminating additional jobs, a week after the start of its 2024 fiscal year. The cuts are in addition to the downsizing announced in January that resulted in 10,000 layoffs. The software maker also disclosed a small number of cuts this time last year. GeekWire reported on the latest cuts earlier

Microsoft to lay off more employees months after letting 10,000 workers go Read More »

Scroll to Top