By Yuji Nakamura Bloomberg Hideki Sagiike Fri., April 20, 2018 Nintendo Co. got its start in 1889 as a successful manufacturer of “hanafuda” — Japanese playing cards made out of stiff paper. Now the game-maker is embracing the same … [Read more...] about Nintendo’s billion-dollar future may lie in cardboard
By Selina Wang Bloomberg Fri., April 20, 2018 Two years ago, even as its stock plummeted and takeover rumours swirled, Twitter Inc. was hatching a plan to become a force in live video. The company’s goal was to help users discover “what’s … [Read more...] about Twitter’s push into live-streaming starts to pay off as niche hits its stride
By Justin Bachman Bloomberg Fri., April 20, 2018 There are many depictions of a future in which we’ve mastered the art of manipulating the opacity of glass. Even in real life, sunglasses can adapt to the intensity of sunlight. So why, one might ask, … [Read more...] about This futuristic ‘smart glass’ adjusts to sunlight exposure
By Michael Lewis Business Reporter Fri., April 20, 2018 Investors will be looking to Facebook’s first-quarter earnings report Wednesday for signs of any financial fallout from the Cambridge Analytica privacy scandal that threatens the social media … [Read more...] about Will investors unfriend Facebook?
By Natasha Singer The New York Times Fri., April 20, 2018 Levi Strauss & Co. introduced a novel benefit for employees at its San Francisco headquarters last fall: free genetic screening to assess their hereditary risks for certain cancers and high … [Read more...] about Employees embrace genetic testing in health coverage — some experts say they shouldn’t