A wise investment or an unnecessary risk?
In addition to the $13 billion it invested in 2019
Could 2020 be the year cryptocurrency hits the mainstream?
Joining the likes of Epic Games and Ubisoft
WeWork took the major portion of the pie losing $4.6 billion
Reddit is looking to take a lot of money from Chinese investors raising its value to over $2.7 billion
Turns out memes are worth quite a bit
That could buy a lot of pizzas... made by robots
AI, 5G, and Automotive segments primed for growth
Deep pockets found in China no longer an option for US firms
Part of Google's strategy to gain Chinese marketshare
Thanks to their anonymity
Apple has a three-part plan for bringing some of its money home
Following its acquisition of ARM and other big investments
Looking to expand AI division for home appliances and mobile devices