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    (CNN Business)Meta, the parent company of Facebook, has a new feature aimed at cutting down on harassment and assault in virtual reality: It will give avatars in its Horizon Worlds social app and Horizon Venues events app an invisible "personal boundary" of four feet to stop others from getting too close. In a blog post Friday, Horizon vice president Vivek Sharma said the new four-foot distance is being turned on by default for all users of those two apps. With the feature, if an avatar advances to the edges of your boundary, they'll simply be stopped. Until the introduction of this feature, an avatar's hands would disappear if they got too close to another avatar in Horizon Worlds or Horizon Venues. (Horizon Venues can be used with Meta (FB)'s Quest and Quest 2 VR headsets; Horizon Worlds works with Quest 2 and Rift S headsets.)Meta is giving avatars four-foot personal boundaries in its Horizon Worlds and Horizon Venues VR apps; this image gives a sense for what that will be like, though the buffer zones will be invisible.Issues of harassment...
    LondonSocial media giant Facebook, now known as Meta Platforms, faces a 2.3 billion pound plus ($3.2 billion plus) class action in Britain over allegations it abused its market dominance by exploiting the personal data of 44 million users.Liza Lovdahl Gormsen, a senior adviser to Britain's Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) watchdog and a competition law academic, said she was bringing the case on behalf of people in Britain who had used Facebook between 2015 and 2019.The lawsuit, which will be heard by London's Competition Appeal Tribubal, alleges Facebook made billions of pounds by imposing unfair terms and conditions that demanded consumers surrender valuable personal data to access the network.Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan, the law firm representing Lovdahl Gormsen, has notified Facebook of the claim.Facebook said people used its services because it delivered value for them and "they have meaningful control of what information they share on Meta's platforms and who with."Read MoreJudge rejects Facebooks request to dismiss FTC antitrust complaintThe case comes days after Facebook lost an attempt to strike out an antitrust lawsuit by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC),...
    Some Supreme Court justices skeptical of Texas abortion law, impact on other rights TikTok owner now discouraging overtime among Chinese workforce © Spencer Platt/Getty Images IPO REPORT Load Error The U.S. initial public offering is bracing for another week of double-digit deal flow with 13 companies expected to come to market to raise at least $2.7 billion. That’s down from last week’s $6.3 billion haul, as none of this week’s deals are expected to top $1 billion in proceeds, although many will have a valuation of more than $1 billion if they price within their proposed ranges. The list includes some well known brands, including eco-friendly shoe company Allbirds and personal finance site NerdWallet Keeping them company are two deals from Russia; a real estate platform called Cian and a car-sharing platform called Delimobil Rounding out the list are a couple of biotechs, a home furnishing retailer, and a mortgage REIT, among others. Read: Authentic Brands IPO: 5 things to know about the company behind Sports Illustrated, Forever 21 and Marilyn Monroe The biggest deal of the week...
    Facebook controls 85% of the personal social networking market thanks to its acquisitions of Instagram and WhatsApp, making it an unlawful monopoly that has hurt consumers and competitors, the Federal Trade Commission argued in court documents released Wednesday. The commission's analysis of Facebook's user metrics is critical to its case for breaking up Facebook. A federal judge rejected the commission's first antitrust lawsuit against Facebook earlier this year, saying that the FTC hadn't made a persuasive case regarding the company's dominant market share and unfair monopolistic behavior. The tech giant's anti-competitive behavior has hurt the social media market by significantly reducing innovation, quality improvements, and consumer choice in regards to advertising and privacy options, the trade commission said in a newly released version of its antitrust complaint against the company. "Facebook has hindered, suppressed, and deterred the emergence and growth of rival personal social networking providers and unlawfully maintained its monopoly in the U.S. personal social networking market through means other than competition on the merits," the trade commission said in its court filing. FOUR HIDDEN WAYS BIG TECH PLATFORMS...
    Biden tells storm-ravaged Louisiana: I know youre hurting These Trumpy Billionaire Bros Are in Hot Seat Over Union-Busting Claims Young Americans – including Generation Z and millennials – have turned to social media platforms like TikTok, Instagram, Facebook and Twitter for investing advice to get trade ideas and swap tips in a virtual trading floor. © Bill Campling/USA Today Network; Getty Images Bill Campling/USA Today Network; Getty Images But their newfound power on their smartphones comes with risks. Load Error Financial regulators worry that this year’s viral trading craze of meme stocks and cryptocurrencies have fueled unrealistic expectations for first-time investors, who face the possibility of losing money due to the spread of misinformation and fraudsters, according to brokerage watchdog Financial Industry Regulatory Authority. Start the day smarter. Get all the news you need in your inbox each morning. “Investing is fundamentally complex. You can’t boil it down in a single tweet. You can’t distill it to just a few words or images,” says Gerri Walsh, president of the FINRA Foundation. “There is a great deal of information...
    The Uruguayan international Diego Forlan, a former footballer and current coach of his country’s CA Atenas, told . this Wednesday, after being appointed as international ambassador of the FIFA World Football Museum, that in a scenario without a pandemic, the market price of Kylian Mbappé “would be much higher and we would be talking about 400 or 500 million “. Forlán believes that the coronavirus slowed the market but even so the 160 million euros that Real Madrid has offered to PSG for Mbappé is still a large amount of money. “The figure is what the market gives, if it is put it is because it is really going to pay and we are talking about things that the truth no one had imagined in recent years, but hey, it is what we have to live,” he emphasized . Read also: Liga MX vs MLS All Stars: Lineups of the All Star Game 2021 Regarding Mbappé’s decision, questioned as to whether the sporting aspect will weigh more than the economic aspect, the Uruguayan coach said: “He will spend more...
    The first PC in history hit stores on August 12, 1981. Apple, Commodore, and to a lesser extent Tandy and Atari, were harvesting a huge success with their personal computers. In the early 1980s, IBM was the largest IT corporation on the planet, but all of its equipment was designed for business. Their price put them absolutely out of the reach of computer hobbyists. During the final stretch of the 70s, its executives underestimated the growth potential of a market, that of personal computers, which in 1979 had a turnover of no less than $ 15 billion. At the time, decisions at IBM were made by John Opel, and when he discovered that analysts had projected that the market for personal machines would grow 40% a year, he realized that they were missing a train that they could not afford to miss. IBM had disparaged the relevance of the personal computer market, but in the early 1980s its executives realized they had made a big mistake Opel needed to put a trusted man in charge of this project, and the...
    Baseballs best shots from 2021 season Heres How to Instantly Remove Blackheads at Home Real estate can be confusing, and one of the biggest questions is among the thorniest of all. Whether you should own your home or rent one is a major decision, and the right answer depends on your own lifestyle and goals. David Weliver, aa personal finance expert and founder of Money Under 30, spoke to Bankrate about what you should consider when thinking through your options. His responses have been edited for length and clarity. © PC Photography/Getty Images Front porch and entrance to a newly built home. The address, 719, is above the door in a modern font. How should people weigh the choice between renting and owning in this market? What are the upsides and drawbacks of each?A lot of the advice that I've always given holds true in this market. Buying a home is about putting down roots. You want to look at it that way as opposed to any sort of financial investment. Your home, your primary residence, is not an...
    FG Trade | E+ | Getty Images Having an emergency fund generally is a good thing. Having too much cash, however, can hold back growing your overall wealth. It's especially important for younger investors to make sure they're putting money into the stock market, as they have the most to gain from a long investment horizon. Yet investors in their 20s may be too conservative — this age group has more than 28% of their wealth in cash, according to a survey from financial services company Personal Capital. That is more than any other cohort besides retirees in their 80s and 90s, who have 29% and 31% in cash, respectively. "Sometimes instead of putting a plan in place, it's easier to not think about it," said Michelle Brownstein, a certified financial planner and senior vice president of Personal Capital's private client group.VIDEO2:1102:11How to budget your money if you make $40,000 per yearInvest in You: Ready. Set. Grow.Lack of educationYounger people, especially those just starting out, may not know how much they should be investing in the stock market or where...
    Project Details: – StrategyR – A Trademark of Global Industry Analysts, Inc. – Project Edition: 6. – Influencer Pool: 922. – MarketGlass™ Platform – Our influencer driven interactive research platform draws from unique perspectives of participating executives from featured companies. New York, March 19, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Reportlinker.com announces the release of the report “Global Sodium Persulfate Industry” – https://www.reportlinker.com/p06032934/?utm_source=GNW In addition to being a global intelligence exchange platform, MarketGlass™ is a powerful knowledge center that delivers dynamic project-focused market intelligence. Client companies will have complete insider access to the project Data stack. – Interactive peer-to-peer and enterprise-to-enterprise ideation and market intelligence exchange is facilitated via a robust, secure, and validated process. The process draws from uniquely qualified project-specific and geographically focused executives overseeing business development, marketing and sales operations. Trends & Factors – Identifying and validating local trends and factors driving each competitive marketplace. These factors include pricing variances, market trajectories, Covid-19 impact and recovery, locally active leading brands, and other parameters impacting the region in the short to medium term such as supply chain...
    Project Details: – StrategyR – A Trademark of Global Industry Analysts, Inc. – Project Edition: 8. – Influencer Pool: 1231. – MarketGlass™ Platform – Our influencer driven interactive research platform draws from unique perspectives of participating executives from featured companies. New York, March 05, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Reportlinker.com announces the release of the report “Global Xylitol in Personal Care and Cosmetics Industry” – https://www.reportlinker.com/p06033325/?utm_source=GNW In addition to being a global intelligence exchange platform, MarketGlass™ is a powerful knowledge center that delivers dynamic project-focused market intelligence. Client companies will have complete insider access to the project Data stack. – Interactive peer-to-peer and enterprise-to-enterprise ideation and market intelligence exchange is facilitated via a robust, secure, and validated process. The process draws from uniquely qualified project-specific and geographically focused executives overseeing business development, marketing and sales operations. Trends & Factors – Identifying and validating local trends and factors driving each competitive marketplace. These factors include pricing variances, market trajectories, Covid-19 impact and recovery, locally active leading brands, and other parameters impacting the region in the short to medium term...
    The value of the personal brand has been determined more and more and has been motivated to unquestionably good bets before the consumer. Martha Debayle is one of the leading personal brands in the market and a very important reference in this industry. Talking about brand flexibility is a unique opportunity in the market, as it determines the ability of personalities to be able to consolidate in the market. Martha debayle She has become one of the most flexible personal brands on the market and this is due to her reputation as a great storyteller. Debayle’s narrative strategy has become the best reference for you to collaborate with brands and, most importantly, be recognized by audiences in the market. Faced with this recognition, she and many native media personalities such as Ellen Degeneres They have been able to launch products such as underwear, which reveal how important communication becomes in the market. Martha Debayle enters the optical market After lending her name as a license to Ivonne and after launching her own line of hair cleansers, Martha Debayle enters...
    VIDEO1:5001:50GameStop's wild ride: What exactly happened?News Videos Citadel CEO Ken Griffin dismissed the idea that the firm improperly uses information it garners from its market-making operation as it comes under scrutiny from Congress about its role in the GameStop mania last month. "I think there's been a number of misperceptions about the data we receive from the brokerage community. In fact, a prominent U.S. Senator asked us specifically about what personal identifying information do we receive from retail investors. The answer is none," Griffin told CNBC's Andrew Ross Sorkin on CNBC's "Squawk Box" Friday. Market makers, such as Citadel Securities, pay e-brokers like Robinhood for the right to execute customer trades. The broker is then paid a small fee by the market makers for the shares that are routed, which can add up to millions when customers trade actively. Robinhood received more than than $221 million in "payment for order flow" in the fourth quarter of 2020. However, market makers have come under scrutiny, especially in the context of the GameStop trading turmoil, about the information they are able...
    The presence of Pati Chapoy in social networks has recently stood out with various incidents that have been key to understanding situations, such as the fake news that the driver has starred in. A very important value in communication is the creation of content based on personal experiences, this being a common guideline among influencers. There is a key capacity to generate content and it is the influence that brands have in being able to transcend the market. Pati chapoy He is one of the many leading personalities in social networks and this is largely due to his track record in the media market, where he has stood out thanks to his coverage of media issues. An element of great help for Chapoy has been the conduct of a show program, which has gained him a reference in the industry, which he has capitalized on social networks. These channels have become a great complement to media brands and the personalities that work through them, since they manage to magnify the narratives they communicate. Pati Chapoy and her unusual clarification When...
    White House meets with airline CEOs on COVID-19 travel issues Cuomo aide defends comments amid mounting criticism over New York’s handling of COVID in nursing homes Personal Finance TikTokers Are Misleading Users, And the Problem Is Worse Than You Think Last month’s bizarre trading frenzy has prospective investors flocking to their favorite social media platforms to learn more about personal finance, market trends and wealth generation. But according to a new report commissioned by cryptocurrency company Paxful, some of the information on these platforms could be doing more harm than good. © SOPA Images | Getty Images The analysis, which scraped and assessed 1,212 posts from personal finance influencers on TikTok, found that one in seven posts contained misleading advice. Opportunistic creators are capitalizing on this inbound traffic with a flood of investing recommendations, but many of these posts err on the side of false advertising and can actually expose a creator to potential legal action.  Load Error Related: Reacting to Investment Advice TikTok Fails On the one hand, I get it. As a business-oriented creator myself, I use...
    Reddit users on WallStreetBets (WSB) drew accusations of “market manipulation” last week as they cost hedge funds billions of dollars by driving up the price of GameStop and other struggling stocks, but hedge funds and billionaires have a long history of playing games with the market themselves. The share price of GameStop has come tumbling back towards earth, and the market has recovered from losses sustained at the peak of the WSB episode. But some billionaires like Leon Cooperman have continued to bash WSB and decry calls to increase taxes and regulations on billionaires. Here are five times billionaires and hedge funds played stock market games like some of them now accuse WSB of doing: New York Hedge fund billionaire Leon Cooperman just now on CNBC: “People are sitting at home getting their checks from the government. This ‘fair share’ is a bullshit concept and is just a way to attack wealthy people.” pic.twitter.com/9jhwSaSH9t — Alex Salvi (@alexsalvinews) January 28, 2021 Bill Ackman Profits From The COVID-Crash Chief of hedge fund Pershing Square Capital Bill Ackman appeared on CNBC...
    SolStock | E+ | Getty Images When Tim Maurer's two teenagers burst into his home office last week, excitedly talking about how a bunch of kids had taken on Wall Street, the Charleston, South Carolina, certified financial planner knew it presented a great opportunity to teach his boys about investing. Lecturing doesn't usually work, Maurer said. Therefore, it's important to be flexible so you can take advantage when kids show an interest. "When kids come to you and they are clearly curious, that is the best time to give them the education you would hope to instill in a speech and a lecture," said Maurer, wealth advisor and director of personal finance for Buckingham Strategic Wealth and BAM Alliance. Retail buyers, largely fueled by the Reddit chat room WallStreetBets, piled into GameStop and AMC Entertainment to squeeze hedge funds who had shorted the stock. Short selling is a strategy in which investors borrow shares of a stock at a certain price in expectations that the market value will fall below that level when it's time to pay for the borrowed...
    WOMEN have been urged not to walk alone in a Yorkshire market town after a string of sex attacks. Three assaults have been reported to North Yorkshire Police in just a few weeks - with cops even urging women to carry personal alarms as they hunt the suspect. 3 3Women in Northallerton have been told to be on their guard after the attacksCredit: Alamy The most recent attack unfolded on Friday afternoon when a woman in her early 20s was approached from behind as she stood alone at the junction of Mowbray Road and Turker Lane in Northallerton. Police said the suspect assaulted the young woman before running off down Turker Lane in the direction of Brompton Road. He is described as white, around 5ft 10in tall, slim build with a pale complexion and was wearing a dark puffer jacket with a hoodie top with the hood up, and dark loose-fitting jogging bottoms. On January 5, a female jogger in her mid-40s was sexually assaulted on Brompton Road about 5.15pm. The suspect ran off down Byland Avenue with cops trawling...
    Dublin, Jan. 25, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The “Military Personal Protective Equipment Market Forecast to 2027 – COVID-19 Impact and Global Analysis By Equipment, Products, End-User” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering. The market was valued at US$ 12,013.98 million in 2019 and is projected to reach US$ 20,804.39 million by 2027; it is expected to grow at a CAGR of 7.6% from 2020 to 2027. The report highlights key factors driving the market growth, and prominent players with their developments in the market. Rising Procurement of Body Armor with Supportive Government Initiatives to Boost Military Personal Protective Equipment Market Growth. The military personal protective equipment (PPE) plays a vital role in protecting soldiers and enhancing the procurement of military gear. This equipment is specially designed to protect military personnel from chemical and biological hazards during a combat. The equipment includes garment ensembles, protective body armor, footwear covers, helmets, and gloves. In the recent past, the demand for military personal protective equipment increased due to war situation in Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, and Serbia. Additionally, Iran’s mounting nuclear production...
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