Indians are queuing outside banks to exchange bank notes after the government said 500 and 1,000 rupee notes were no longer legal tender.
Google rejects EU allegations that it abused market dominance of its Android phone operating system.
This is a really interesting comparison to broad and diversified asset allocation investing: click for full graphic Source: Visual Capitalist
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People outside India holding discontinued 500 and 1,000-rupee notes face problems, the BBC finds.
Hired, the platform that lets applicants vie for top tech jobs, has announced a $30 million extension to its Series C funding, bringing the total of that particular round to $70 million. The funding came primarily from Glenmede Trust and Ontario Pension Board, with participation from existing investors. On Hired, folks seeking a job can simply answer a few questions and receive back… Read More
The shape of the Rubik’s Cube puzzle is not a trademark, the European Court of Justice rules.
Left-leaning economists may get their fiscal stimulus from Trump
China moves to fill gap amid expectations next US president will refuse to ratify TPP
It seems to have been the week for modern application performance monitoring tools to announce major updates. First, New Relic announced theirs on Monday and today AppDynamics followed suit with its own update to provide more direct insight into business performance — not just the underlying systems and applications. Both messages are remarkably similar, even the platform naming. On… Read More