U.S. fan holds up a sign during ESPN's College Football Game Day with a QR code and Bitcoin logo, triggering a Reddit thread and several Tweets, and gets almost US$23,000 worth of Bitcoins for his effort.
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More IT professionals in the city-state are prioritising companies that offer opportunities to enhance their skills over higher salaries, with 82% willing to do so, compared to 80% of marketers and 73% of their peers in finance.
Country's public sector will spend SG$3.5 billion ($2.52 billion) on ICT procurement in its fiscal 2020, up 30% from its estimated spend in 2019, as it looks to drive the adoption of digital tools and help businesses recover from the pandemic.
Country's SG Digital Office has been tasked with driving digital transformation and adoption across the local community, including the elderly and traditional business segments such as hawker centres.
China dismisses suggestions it is targeting MNCs in its anti-competitive investigations which include pricing probes, while market observers say these companies will benefit from the improved legal infrastructure.
Consumer Electronics Association chides the Asian economic powerhouse for holding up negotiations to expand a global pact that eliminates tariffs on technology products, with its request to exclude over 100 products.
Chinese delegates at this week's Summer Davos meetings in Dalian, China, say local companies are ill-prepared in their globalization plans, but criticize the U.S. government's moves to block the involvement of Chinese firms in business deals.
Unable to access Twitter in their country, microbloggers in China are stunned a site that "never existed" in their eyes is able to achieve stellar result in the wake of its IPO on Thursday.
As mainland China resumes IPO activities in 2014, Greater China will see record IPOs next year with at least 50 companies to be approved for listing in January, led by sectors such as technology and healthcare.
Actions of U.S. government impact the way Asian countries look at U.S. technology companies like VMware, making it tough for them to do business in these fast-growing markets, says CEO Pat Gelsinger.