This past week has been certainly a ‘turbulent’ one, as hurricanes, earthquakes, and cybersecurity scandals have ‘landed’ on the public’s agenda. Now, in the political arena, certain turmoil is taking place, too, as the Republican party is feeling the effects of appointing an entrepreneur as President of the United
Last Tuesday, Apple released its latest ‘crown jewel’, the iPhone X, named after the number 10, since it is the smartphone 10th anniversary. It amazed many tech-savvies attending the event, and was defined by Tim Cook, Apple’s Chief Executive Officer, as no less than “the future of the smartphone”.
There’s still a lot going on at one of the largest U.S. credit report bureaus, as the cybersecurity scandal they suffered back in July continues to impact many different spheres of the company. The most recent news coming out of the company’s Board of Directors is the retirement of
Two years have passed since one of the biggest car manufacturers in the world admitted that they ‘cheated the tests’. It was in September of 2015 when the company released a statement literally saying “We’ve totally screwed up”, quoting the remarks of the head of its American branch, Michael