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Singapore Ride-Hailing Giant Grab Plans First Massive Layoffs since Pandemic

Despite expressing positive revenue projections for 2023 and accelerating its profitability timeline in February, Grab is now planning a fresh round of layoffs. Grab Holdings, a Singapore-based ride-hailing and food delivery company, is gearing up for its largest round of layoffs since the pandemic, according to a report by Bloomberg on Tuesday. Sources familiar with the matter stated that the company would officially announce the planned job cuts this week, which is expected to surpass...

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UK Regulator Approves Amazon’s $1.7B Acquisition of Roomba-maker iRobot

UK’s Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has given a go-ahead to the deal noting that Amazon is not violating any competition concerns. Earlier today on Friday, June 16, Britain’s competition regulator gave a go-ahead to Amazon for its planned acquisition of the Roomba vacuum cleaner maker – iRobot Corporation. UK’s Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) said that they have cleared the deal which would not lead to any competition concerns in the country. Earlier in April 2023, the...

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Crypto Exchange Bybit Taps into ChatGPT to Advance Trading Tools

ByBit is not the only crypto trading platform recognizing the potential of AI in delivering enhanced user experiences. Other leading exchanges have also explored the integration of ChatGPT into their platforms.  Leading cryptocurrency exchange Bybit is gearing up to enhance its trading services by incorporating an artificial intelligence (AI) tool into its trading platform to enhance market data analysis. In a Twitter post on June 15, Bybit unveiled the latest addition to its Tools...

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Twitter Faces $250M Copyright Lawsuit from Music Publishers

The recent lawsuit against Twitter for alleged copyright infringement involving music publishers has shed light on the platform’s struggles with music licensing. Social media giant Twitter Inc is no stranger to controversy, but this time it finds itself in hot water as music publishers have filed a lawsuit against the company, seeking a staggering $250 million in damages. The National Music Publishers’ Association (NMPA) is suing Twitter on behalf of 17 music publishers who represent some...

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