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The Lucrative New Tech Hijacking Your Privacy

The Lucrative New Tech Hijacking Your Privacy

Privacy advocates say facial recognition could lead to automatically identifying and tracking anyone, not just criminals, and it can be used for violations of privacy

The Biggest Loser In The China-U.S. Tariff Tit-For-Tat

The Biggest Loser In The China-U.S. Tariff Tit-For-Tat

Market participants’ excess of optimism with the trade agreement between the United States and China is clearly exaggerated, once we have the details

Trade War Takes Its Toll On Shipping

Trade War Takes Its Toll On Shipping

The trade war is far from over, and for shipping companies reporting on 2019 full-year results, the real battle with shares has just begun

Is $90 Oil Possible? An Interview With Jay Park

Is $90 Oil Possible? An Interview With Jay Park

With oil prices crashing despite growing tensions across the Middle East, Oilprice.com has interviewed an oil industry veteran and CEO to explain the current trends in the oil market

Billions Of Dollars Are Flooding Into The Flying Taxi Space

Billions Of Dollars Are Flooding Into The Flying Taxi Space

Industry watchers and proponents see flying cars becoming part of the global transportation network and generating as much as $5 billion a year in service revenue

Is This The Most Important Energy Project Of 2020?

Is This The Most Important Energy Project Of 2020?

Russia has already seen two large energy projects completed this year and a third well on its way, and now it is turning its focus to a new and geopolitically significant project with China

Startups Are Dying To Give You A Better Death

Startups Are Dying To Give You A Better Death

Traditional funerals, in the form of cremation, embalming and burial, are now giving way to new alternatives with the emergence of new funeral startups

U.S. Restaurants Are Struggling With Rising Labor Costs

U.S. Restaurants Are Struggling With Rising Labor Costs

In the one year since New York City implemented a mandatory $15 minimum wage, businesses have been struggling with the increased labor costs

The Banking Bonanza Is Just Getting Started

The Banking Bonanza Is Just Getting Started

Despite a disappointing start to the year, the banking sector has seen earnings soar, with some of the industry’s biggest beating all expectations

How The Trade War Ceasefire Will Impact The Energy Industry

How The Trade War Ceasefire Will Impact The Energy Industry

The U.S. and China are set to sign a phase 1 trade deal on Wednesday, in what many see as a temporary deal to stop the suffering on both sides

Who Is The Most Dangerous Person On The Internet?

Who Is The Most Dangerous Person On The Internet?

Politicians and regimes aside, in the hands of the masses, social media is a form of entertainment, a mistaken cure for loneliness and a regressive version of “journalism”