Jordan Belfort, the former stockbroker and subject of the 2013 hit “Wolf of Wall Street,” argued that Tesla CEO Elon Musk may not need to "pump and dump" cryptocurrencies, however, other people "pump and dump" around the “hype” the celebrity creates.
A widespread internet outage hit multiple companies Thursday afternoon.
A Massachusetts couple has sued eBay and several of the ecommerce company's former officials, alleging the defendants carried out a harassment campaign against them that included death threats.
The Justice Department filed multiple charges alleging a 22-year-old British man was involved in hacking the social media accounts of several high-profile figures last year, including business titans Jeff Bezos and Elon Musk.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk on Tuesday said the "three meaningful assets" he personally owns besides his two companies are Bitcoin, Dogecoin and Ethereum.
Matt Hougan, chief investment officer at Bitwise Asset Management, argued that “positive” regulation for the cryptocurrency industry could start the next bull market.
President Biden on Tuesday announced that he had picked Google critic Jonathan Kanter to run the Justice Department's antitrust division, building out his team of Big Tech enforcers as the White House takes an aggressive stance against anti-competitive corporate behavior.
Three senators on Wednesday introduced a bill requiring government agencies and contractors to report cybercrime incidents within 24 hours of discovery.
Over the past year, examples of Big Tech censorship have multiplied, particularly around the topic of COVID-19.
Recent high school graduate Oliver Daemen became the youngest person to go into space Tuesday morning after he secured one of four seats on billionaire Jeff Bezos’ first crewed Blue Origin flight that blasted off from Texas Tuesday morning.