Internet users have reported experiencing problems using Google and Microsoft services on Monday, December 14, 2020.
Hackers have stolen Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine documents from the European Medicines Agency.
Tesla’s founder Elon Musk announced on Tuesday afternoon he has officially moved his private foundation to Austin, Texas, representing another sign that he may be relocating to the Lone Star State anytime soon.
Foreign government hackers with “world-class capabilities” breached major cybersecurity firm FireEye and stole its defense testing tools used for its thousands of customers, chief executive Kevin Mandia said on Dec. 8.
Carrefour’s boss Alexandre Bompard said on Tuesday morning that the company is planning to hire 15,000 young workers in 2021 in France, with half the new recruits coming from the city’s underprivileged neighborhoods.
Cement exports have piled up and were delayed for shipment at the Karachi port due to a lack of available draft berths.
British department store group Debenhams will close each of its shops in the United Kingdom after 242 years in business, putting 12,000 jobs at risk in the nation’s second major corporate failure.
Facebook and Google have assisted the Vietnamese government in censoring criticism and suppressing disagreements.
Unilever New Zealand will test its four-day work week for employees starting Monday for a trial period of one year.
Canon publicly confirmed a ransomware attack last August that lead to data loss from their servers.