Blockchain Rival to Wikipedia Raises $30 Million, Plans Token ‘Airdrop’

Do we need a more lively Wikipedia for the Snapchat generation? The founders of a fast-growing site called Everipedia, which offers a snappy design and incorporates blockchain technology, say... Read more »

European Antitrust Fines Qualcomm $1.2 Billion Over Apple Deal

European antitrust officials hammered Qualcomm with a $1.2 billion fine on Wednesday, saying the American chip maker, whose technology underpins much of the world’s mobile phone industry, had abused... Read more »

Ford Says It’s a New Era. Wall Street Isn’t Buying It

Eight months after taking over as chief executive of Ford Motor, Jim Hackett is still trying to accomplish one of his most important tasks: convincing Wall Street that he... Read more »

Tokyo Taxi Firms to Take on Global Peers With Ride Sharing Apps

Travelers to Tokyo may be surprised to find their perceptions of the high-tech metropolis to be far from reality when it comes to the use of ride-hailing smartphone apps... Read more »

Nikkei Drops After Strong Yen Hurts Exporters, Mining Firms Soar

Japan’s Nikkei share average dropped to a 10-day low on Thursday morning as a stronger yen hurt exporters, although oil and mining stocks bucked the weakness, supported by firmer... Read more »