A week after scathing congressional testimony from whistleblower Frances Haugen, Facebook announced on Wednesday it will expand its current harassment policies to better protect public figures, such as...
The U.S. Could Soon Get Its First Bitcoin Exchange-Traded Fund
America's inaugural Bitcoin Exchange-Traded Fund could launch as early as Oct. 18. ProShares on Friday filed paperwork with the Securities and Exchange Commission for a public listing, though it may not start trading next week. At least three other companies could follow suit. The SEC has yet to formally approve these ETFs, and observers say there's a good chance the regulatory body never will. Proponents claim this will open up more ways for people to buy and sell cryptocurrency.
Elizabeth Holmes Used Fake Pharma Reports to Trick Walgreens, Prosecutors Say
The sixth week of Elizabeth Holmes' fraud trial saw lawyers wrap up their examination of Safeway's former CEO. Ex-Walgreens CFO Wade Miquelon was called up next and testified that his company was duped into a $140 million deal based on falsified pharma reports Holmes provided his team. The defense was also rebuffed in their ploy to bar Wall Street Journal reporter John Carreyou from reporting on the proceedings.
Apple's Crumbling Wall of Secrecy Over Work Conditions
The iPhone, iPad and Mac maker faces growing unrest from employees who are upset over workplace conditions. In the latest developments, Apple fired Janneke Parrish, the leader behind the grassroot "#AppleToo" movement, alleging "non-compliance" with its internal investigation on who was leaking confidential information. Catch up on where the employee protest stands now and the impact on Apple's reputation.