FRANKFURT, TOKYO & GENEVA, Jun 15, 2021--Star Alliance, NEC Corporation and SITA have signed a teaming agreement that will allow frequent fliers to use biometric ID across member airlines.
LONDON, Jun 15, 2021--Greyparrot made it to the World Economic Forum's selection of the 100 most promising Technology Pioneers of 2021.
LONDON, Jun 15, 2021--Abacai Group ("Abacai" or "the Group"), the next generation insurtech disruptor, today announces the appointment of six senior leadership hires. Hand-picked from across the insurance industry, the new leadership team joins Abacai CEO, Mark Wilson, as the Group eyes the significant opportunity to better serve customers created by the FCA's general insurance pricing practices market study.
SEOUL, South Korea, Jun 15, 2021--Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., the world leader in advanced memory technology, today announced that it has begun mass producing its latest smartphone memory solution, the LPDDR5 UFS-based multichip package (uMCP). Samsung’s uMCP integrates the fastest LPDDR5 DRAM with the latest UFS 3.1 NAND flash, delivering flagship-level performance to a much broader range of smartphone users.
PARIS, Jun 15, 2021--Alida (formerly Vision Critical), creator of the world’s first CXM & Insights Platform, today announced Bollé Brands, a leading eyewear and head protection group, has chosen Alida to help the company drive elevated customer experiences and inform its growth strategies for their sportswear and lifestyle products.
Dubai-based Emirates airline on Tuesday posted a $5.5 billion annual loss, its first in more than three decades, after the coronavirus pandemic devastated the aviation industry.
Anton Novoderezhkin/GettyMOSCOW—In Russia, dissidents, opposition activists, and journalists by the dozen have languished in jail for years as political hostages—pawns in Vladimir Putin’s diplomatic games with the West.But now, there is a glimmer of hope, at least for American prisoners, that the Biden-Putin meeting in Geneva on Wednesday could bring them freedom.On Friday, Putin said that he is willing to swap Americans jailed in Russia for Russian citizens imprisoned in the U.S. “We hope very
GettyAttorney General Merrick Garland has been busy lately—and we don’t mean manning the grill at summer barbecues. On Wednesday, he announced the Biden Department of Justice is getting to the bottom of the leak investigations within the Trump administration that led to multiple subpoenas of lawmakers’ and journalists’ personal information, or as Molly Jong-Fast said on this episode of The New Abnormal, “Watergate on crack.”She and producer Jesse Cannon had FBI agent Peter Strzok on to explain w
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Boohoo reports strong sales as it relaunches Debenhams websiteFashion retailer says revenues grew 32% in the three months to May as Covid crisis fuels online spending Boohoo’s UK revenues were up 50% in the three months to May. Photograph: Dado Ruvić/Reuters
Europe's top court on Tuesday said national data watchdogs in Europe may act against companies even if they are not lead regulators for the firms, in a blow to Facebook which has disputed the Belgian regulator's power. "Under certain conditions, a national supervisory authority may exercise its power to bring any alleged infringement of the GDPR before a court of a member state, even though that authority is not the lead supervisory authority with regard to that processing," the EU Court of Justice (CJEU) said.
Photo Illustration by The Daily Beast/GettyEmployees at New York’s most prominent public radio station are terrified that criticizing their station’s leadership could result in being singled out for layoffs and reprimands by human resources.In a complaint filed last month with the National Labor Relations Board, staffers at WNYC said that the station had engaged in retaliation against unionized employees after the outlet, citing a “sizable deficit,” laid off 14 employees, including Christopher R
Shi Zhengli calls claims that Covid-19 came from her Wuhan facility ‘filth on an innocent scientist’
Corpus Christi PDThe Phantom is an anti-death penalty documentary that makes a compelling case that the wrong man was convicted—and put to death—by the state of Texas in 1983. It’s a portrait of criminal justice system imperfections, although to its detriment, it never quite pinpoints all the reasons why things didn’t work out correctly. Tackling issues of racial and economic inequity, as well as law enforcement and prosecutorial sloppiness, it puts forward a collection of intriguing theories as
Photo Illustration by Sarah Rogers/The Daily Beast/Photos via GettyThe Arizona state senate’s haphazard, controversial audit of 2020 ballots has become a popular destination for Republican lawmakers looking to undermine the results in battleground states that Joe Biden won. And now, audit-mania has spread even to the states that Biden lost.In the wake of the Arizona audit’s success at grabbing publicity across right-wing media, Republican lawmakers in states that Trump won are demanding Arizona-