Facebook Broke Canadian Privacy Law, Federal Watchdog Finds
Facebook broke Canadian privacy law in relation to the Cambridge Analytica scandal and failed to address regulators’ recommendations, officials announced on Thursday. Canada’s Office of the Privacy Commissioner (OPC) and its British Columbia counterpart found after a yearlong investigation that Face
Intel cuts forecast as China data center sales remain weak
(Reuters) - Chipmaker Intel Corp on Thursday cut its full-year revenue forecast and missed analysts’ estimates for first-quarter sales for its higher-margin data center business, sending its shares down as much as 7.5%.
Sri Lanka travel advice: What does the Foreign Office warning mean for my holiday?
Travellers with holidays booked to Sri Lanka have been advised by the Foreign Office (FCO) to cancel their plans in the wake of the Easter Sunday bombings that killed more than 350 people, including eight Britons.
On The Money: House to vote on bipartisan retirement bill in May | Mexico now biggest US trading partner, data shows | Mulvaney on government spending: 'At least I'm losing at the very highest levels'
Happy Thursday and welcome back to On The Money, where we can relate to Joe Biden ’s deep need for pizza. I’m Sylvan Lane, and here’s your nightly guide to everything affecting your bills, bank account and bottom line.
Walmart's Mexico unit says first-quarter profit up, but misses estimates
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexico’s largest retailer Walmart de Mexico reported on Thursday that first-quarter net profit rose 3.8 percent in a “challenging” start to the year, falling below market expectations.