Silicon Valley is coming for your gut biome

Silicon Valley is coming for your gut biome

Cryptocurrency hasn’t done as well for tech investors. Neither has the metaverse so far. Driverless cars have been a long time coming, and social media isn’t the hyper-fast growth it was a few years ago. So where can a savvy tech investor turn these days for the next big idea? Two words: dietary supplements. Some … Read more

How adopting open systems can improve your business

How adopting open systems can improve your business

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur taxpayers own. As buyers and users of technology, much of the way we use business applications depends on the flow of data from open systems. Whether it’s synchronizing payroll, identifying new business opportunities, or sending platform alerts, open systems are key to successful business operations. Business leaders must ensure that their … Read more

We have more agricultural data than ever, but this crucial piece is missing

We have more agricultural data than ever, but this crucial piece is missing

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur taxpayers own. Soil sensors. Pest management platforms. Irrigation monitors. Satellite images. Labor management. Performance forecasting tools. File sharing. And even social media management. As agricultural technology has proliferated in the last decade, the technology stack on the modern farm has gotten dizzying. For farmers tasked with growing and managing all this … Read more

Peloton competitor Tonal cuts 35% of jobs ahead of potential recession, IPO

Peloton competitor Tonal cuts 35% of jobs ahead of potential recession, IPO

Tonal fitness at home. Source: Tonal Tonal, the connected fitness equipment maker that counts tennis superstar Serena Williams and Amazon’s Alexa fund as backers, is cutting 35% of its workforce, affecting all levels of its business, it has learned. CNBC. The company employs about 750 people today, compared to just over 110 before the Covid-19 … Read more

Rogers Network Outage in Canada Affects Banks, Businesses and Consumers

Rogers Network Outage in Canada Affects Banks, Businesses and Consumers

General view of the Rogers Building, Rogers Communications neighborhood in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, October 22, 2021. REUTERS/Carlos Osorio Sign up now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Record July 8 (Reuters) – A major outage to Rogers Communications Inc’s (RCIB.TO) mobile and internet networks on Friday caused widespread outages across Canada, hitting banks and police … Read more

6 Features Coming to FNB Including Free Starbucks and ‘eBucks Games’

6 Features Coming to FNB Including Free Starbucks and 'eBucks Games'

FNB has launched several new features for its eBucks and banking programs as part of a growing push to offer “lifestyle solutions.” In a presentation on Monday (April 4), FNB said that some of the notable changes include starbucks: Customers can top up with a complimentary coffee weekly at FNB. udemy: providing FNB customers with … Read more

Logistics giants hedge their bets in America’s uncertain self-driving truck race

Logistics giants hedge their bets in America's uncertain self-driving truck race

TUCSON, Ariz., April 4 (Reuters) – U.S. self-driving trucking companies have a golden opportunity in the form of a nationwide driver shortage, but their robotic drivers aren’t ready yet and neither are their biggest potential customers. The uncertainties surrounding self-driving trucks come at a critical time for the US trucking industry, which is facing a … Read more

Digicel says Papua New Guinea’s ‘discriminatory’ tax could affect Australia’s purchase of Pacific mobile networks

Digicel says Papua New Guinea's 'discriminatory' tax could affect Australia's purchase of Pacific mobile networks

Digicel Group Chairman and Founder Denis O’Brien reacts during the 2018 APEC CEO Summit in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea, November 16, 2018. Fazry Ismail/Pool via REUTERS/ Sign up now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Check in SYDNEY, April 4 (Reuters) – Digicel Group said it is considering legal options after Papua New Guinea … Read more

Russian war could further increase car prices and shortages | business news

By TOM KRISHER and KELVIN CHAN, AP Business Writers DETROIT (AP) — BMW has halted production at two German factories. Mercedes is slowing down work at its assembly plants. Volkswagen, warning of production stops, is looking for alternative sources of spare parts. For more than a year, the global auto industry has grappled with a … Read more

After Ukraine war, Taiwan’s chip supremacy raises economic stakes | Russo-Ukrainian War

After Ukraine war, Taiwan's chip supremacy raises economic stakes |  Russo-Ukrainian War

The COVID-19 pandemic and the war in Ukraine highlighted the value of semiconductors in the global economy and Taiwan’s crucial role in chip manufacturing. They have also shown that the island’s role in producing the crucial components, which are used in everything from smartphones to medical devices to automobiles, would be difficult to fulfill. Taiwan’s … Read more