The Chinese company that makes most of the world’s bitcoin mining rigs – as well as a big pile of mining and crypto-trading profit – is thinking about a stock market listing
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Tencent slumped after taking another hit to its gaming business when regulators told the social media giant to remove Monster Hunter: World from its PC downloads service just days after the action title’s debut.
Bitcoin dropped below $6 000 and dozens of smaller digital tokens tumbled as this month’s selloff in cryptocurrencies showed few signs of letting up.
Home affairs’ systems are back online following a power outage at the State IT Agency.
Oracle is named in a lawsuit alleging the company’s executives lied to shareholders when they explained why cloud sales were growing.
Cameras for pros, such as Nikon’s $6 500 D5 and Canon’s $5 500 1D Mark II, were considered unassailable, until now. But Sony’s incursion into professional photography didn’t happen overnight.
The rand plunged the most in almost a decade and Mexico’s peso slumped as financial turmoil in Turkey sapped demand for emerging market assets.
When the call came, Robert Wickel wasted little time. The subject? Reservations for Porsche’s all-electric Taycan were coming, even though the vehicle wouldn’t enter production until next year.
Saudi Arabia’s sovereign wealth fund is in talks that could see it becoming a significant investor in Tesla as part of Elon Musk’s plan to take the electric car maker private, according to a person with direct knowledge of the fund’s plans.