Chip stocks are poised to close in record territory after this year’s gains have pushed the Philadelphia Semiconductor Index back to levels not seen since the peak of the bubble more than 17 years ago, according to Bloomberg.
Ireland’s prime minister Leo Varadkar blamed Apple for delays in the collection of about 13 billion euros in back taxes Ireland has been ordered to gather from the company, according to Bloomberg. The European Commission sued Ireland in October for failing to collect the money quickly enough.
Hackers stole the personal data of 57 million customers and drivers from Uber, a massive breach that the company concealed for more than a year, according to Bloomberg. This week, the ride-hailing company ousted Joe Sullivan, chief security officer, and one of his deputies for their roles in keeping the hack under wraps.
This year Poslovna inteligencija, one of largest Croatian IT exporters, will make very special Black Friday offer. It is not usual to offer enterprise software with special Black Friday discounts, but Poslovna inteligencija will do just that – they are offering exclusive 50% discount on license and first year M&S if you order their new Consent Lifecycle Manager (CLM) platform on Friday November 24th.
Toshiba plans to sell shares to raise 600 billion yen ($5.4 billion) and will explore a divestment of its Westinghouse-related assets in a bid to avoid being removed from the Tokyo Stock Exchange, according to Bloomberg.
The olive growing informatization project in Istria Region, which will be implemented with the help of Combis Olive Manager solution, was presented on Friday at the San Lorenzo Azrri oil mill in Vodnjan.
Retailers are slowly but surely becoming aware of telcos’ retail offerings and their expertise in creating connected stores and personalised shopping, according to GlobalData. BT has opened a store concept, for which it created the designer store brand Alexander Black that uses internet connected devices and interactive screens to drive engagement and understand customer behaviour and demand.
Qualcomm may win European Union approval for its takeover of NXP Semiconductors by the end of the year after striking a final deal with regulators on patent licensing issues, according to Bloomberg, citing people familiar with the review.
Ireland is set to miss a deadline to hire managers for Apple’s tax billions during an appeal of a European Union antitrust ruling, the latest delay in a saga that has dragged on for more than a year, according to Bloomberg.
Britain’s National Cyber Security Centre publicly confirmed for the first time that Russia has carried out internet assaults on major U.K. energy, technology and media companies, as tensions escalate over the Kremlin’s interference in Western democracies, according to Bloomberg.
After plunging as much as 29 percent from a record high following the cancellation of a technology upgrade on Nov. 8, the largest cryptocurrency came roaring back in early trading Monday before fluctuating between gains and losses, according to Bloomberg.
Alibaba’s Singles’ Day generated a record 168.2 billion yuan ($25.3 billion) in sales, as the e-commerce giant worked with more traditional retailers to market goods to shoppers from at least 225 countries and regions, according to Bloomberg.