Agora é possível 'desenviar' mensagens no Facebook
O Facebook Messenger está finalmente lançando o botão implícito prometido há quase um ano. O recurso está na versão mais recente do aplicativo Messenger no iOS e Android, disse o Facebook na terça-feira.
Para exercitar seus novos poderes de exclusão de mensagens, tudo o que você precisa fazer é tocar em uma mensagem em uma conversa e selecionar "remover". O aplicativo perguntará se você deseja remover a mensagem para todos ou apenas para você (o último mantém a mensagem visível para outros participantes, enquanto a oculta da sua exibição).
Facebook Faces Tough Questioning Again
As disinformation becomes a major issue on social media, Facebook faced tough questions from legislators from nine countries as part of an international hearing on disinformation in London.
But a committee of members of the UK parliament stopped short of releasing documents Facebook has been trying to keep confidential,
Nissan Chairman Carlos Ghosn Arrested
Nissan Chairman Carlos Ghosn has been arrested. His fate is now in hands of Japanese prosecutors and the directors of three of the world's leading car companies.
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It was a stunning turn for one of the biggest names in the global auto industry who is credited with turning around the businesses at both Nissan and Renault. Shares in the companies plunged on the news.
Nissan Ex-Chief Carlos Ghosn Being Held In Jail
It’s a dramatic fall from grace for a top honcho. Carlos Ghosn reigned over one of the world’s largest and most powerful automotive giants until last week. This week, he is lodged in a Tokyo jail. The downfall of the iconic global business leader is a tale of shocking allegations, corporate intrigue, and simmering cultural tensions.
Nissan Preparing To Dismiss Chairman Carlos Ghosn
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17Nissan has been providing information to the Japanese Public Prosecutors Office and has been fully cooperating with their investigation
It said an investigation found that Ghosn and another board member, Greg Kelly, had been under-reporting Ghosn's compensation, according to the
South Koreans Paying Heavy Price Of Overwork
South Koreans are working themselves to death. They work the longest hours among all but one of the OECD countries – almost 50 percent more than famously hard-working Germany.
Soo-hong worked at a food supplier specializing in jangjorim, a popular Korean side dish of beef cooked in soy sauce. His primary duty was to make sure quality and production are high.
US Steps Up Pressure On China Over Trade Espionage
The Trump administration is doubling down on efforts to target China over economic espionage, announcing a new initiative to curb trade theft and charges involving alleged crimes against an Idaho semiconductor company.
The Department of Justice disclosed an indictment Thursday alleging that a government-backed Chinese firm, a Taiwanese company, and three Taiwanese individuals engaged in conspiracy to steal trade secrets from Micron, which makes memory chips,
Japan Open To Relaxing Immigration Rules For Workers
Japan's cabinet has approved a draft legislation to relax the country's immigration rules.
The relaxed laws would create two new visa categories to allow foreigners in certain sectors where labour shortages exist,
Japan has stringent immigration laws and accepts few workers from other countries.
Ex-Goldman Sachs Bankers Face U.S. Charges
Two former Goldman Sachs bankers and Malaysian investor Jho Low have been slapped with criminal charges by the United States government
The US Department of Justice charges stem from the long-running corruption scandal at Malaysia's state development fund, 1MDB.
One Goldman Sachs banker admitted that he conspired to launder money and violate a US anti-bribery law, the department said,
Business Students Keen To Change World
You might think young M.B.A. students and graduates would primarily want to land high-paying jobs. However, a growing number of students seem keener to learn how to change the world through business.
Among those who are at the vanguard of this initiative are students at Columbia Business School in New York. They founded Microlumbia, an impact investment fund, which measures its success by the yardstick of social benefit, not just financial return,