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Canadian cannabis market continues its downward spiral

It was a bad week for the cannabis industry. While the Canadian stock market was reaching an all-time high, shares of cannabis companies continue their downward spiral.

Q&A: Why VR is the next commerce frontier Special

What will a mass adoption of virtual reality mean for commerce, and how can VR can be used to improve customer experience? Expert Harry Chemko, of Elastic Path, weighs in on the discussion.

Aramco declares $1.71 trillion valuation in blockbuster IPO

Apo - Saudi Arabia on Sunday put a value of up to $1.71 trillion on energy giant Aramco in what could be the world's biggest IPO, but missed Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman's initial target of $2 trillion.Aramco said it would sell 1.

Q&A: After #MeToo, more is needed to address workplace harassment Special

It’s been 2 years since #MeToo went viral. While harassment remains a reality, more people are speaking up every day – and this includes at work. However, a new survey by HR Acuity finds many workers are concerned about not being taken seriously.

Q&A: Cybersecurity must be a priority in M&A strategies Special

The mergers and acquisitions process is critical. Companies are using different clouds and containers – which add to the complexity. Anurag Kahol provides Digital Journal readers with the main cyber-risks faced by companies undergoing the M&A process.

Q&A: Workplaces shifting with advanced AR/VR technology Special

New technology is shifting the workplace, making positive advancements across many different fields - and AR/VR is at the core of this landscape change. Michael Leone (Lenovo) delves into these technologies.

Digital transformation of the media is all about tailored content

The digital transformation of media is happening at a rapid pace, To survive, media companies need to introduce new content, services and tailored offerings, according to a new report from Accenture.

China says 'in depth' talks on tariffs removal underway with US

Bejing - China Thursday said it is discussing with the US "in depth" about a first phase trade deal and a potential rollback of tariffs, despite recent mixed messages over the lingering trade impasse.

The coffee conundrum: consumption is up but trade prices are low

London - Despite a steady increase in coffee consumption around the world, trade prices have fallen dramatically in the past three years, hitting producers. At the same time, the cost of an espresso or latte remains as full-fat as ever. What's going on?

Chinese takeover marks new chapter in history of British Steel

London - A Chinese buy-out marks a new chapter in the tumultuous history of steelmaking in the United Kingdom, which has been characterised by nationalisation, privatisations and recurring crises.

Q&A: How how companies can prepare for new privacy regulations Special

A data analytics and privacy expert explains to Digital Journal readers about how companies can prepare for new privacy regulations under the impending CCPA deadline.

Nissan's profits crash amid lower global sales

Tokyo - Nissan Motor Co. reported a 70 percent drop in quarterly profit on Tuesday, hit by a strong yen and falling sales, and highlighting the turmoil at the Japanese automaker after the ouster of Carlos Ghosn.

EU court says Israel settlement goods must be labelled

Apo - The EU's top court ruled Tuesday that food products from occupied Palestinian territories must be labelled as such, drawing an angry response from Israel which slammed a "double standard".

Asian markets mixed as dealers await trade news, Hong Kong rises

Fpo - Asian markets were mixed in early trade Tuesday with investors keeping tabs on the latest developments in the China-US trade talks, while Hong Kong staged a minor recovery after the previous day's steep losses.

Q&A: Why most orgs now determine automation to be necessary Special

Businesses are increasingly turning to automation in order to save personnel time and to save the overall organization money. A leading expert explains how businesses cases for return-on-investment and new work opportunities can be structured.

China's hottest investment: overpriced sneakers

Shanghai - Forget stocks, real estate, even cryptocurrencies -- China's hottest investment nowadays may be the Nike, Adidas, and Puma basketball shoes that "sneakerheads" like Hu Huaiyuan fight to get their hands on.

Greece speeds up 'Golden Visa' scheme for Chinese investors

Athens - Chinese investor Jiang Rungong, who moved to Greece three years ago, says he and his family could not be happier in their new home on the Athens coast."We chose Greece because of its cultural heritage, its history, the democracy, the freedom.

Russian e-commerce booms despite economic doldrums

Moscow - Moscow photographer Galina Goryushina says that online shopping has changed her life. "I've got more time for myself," said the 30-year-old freelancer."I don't have to haul heavy shopping bags.

Iran says oil field found with 53 bln barrels of crude

Tehran - Iran has discovered a new oil field containing 53 billion barrels of crude, President Hassan Rouhani said Sunday, a find that would increase Iran's proven reserves by over a third.
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