By Salvador Rodriguez SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – The hype is fading for coding “boot camps,” for-profit U.S. schools offering graduates entry into the lucrative world of software development.
DETROIT (Reuters) – In areas served by Uber Technologies Inc, Lyft Inc and other ride services operate, consumers may buy fewer cars and take fewer trips, according to a new study released on Thursday
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MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russia’s biggest search engine Yandex said on Wednesday it would set up an e-commerce joint venture with Russia’s biggest bank Sberbank on the Yandex.Market platform.
BERLIN (Reuters) – A German-Israeli artist who accuses Twitter of failing to delete hate speech tweets has taken matters into his own hands – by stencilling the offending messages on the road in front
TOKYO (Reuters) – Japan Display Inc on Wednesday said it would reduce 50 billion yen ($455 million) in annual fixed costs through restructuring steps, including consolidating production sites and
MILWAUKEE (Reuters) – U.S. authorities have postponed the arraignment of a British security researcher Marcus Hutchins, credited with neutralizing the global “WannaCry” ransomware attack, in an