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Tuesday, April 24, 2018
Integrated Payment Technologies Limited (ASX:IP1) CEO, Robin Beauchamp, discusses the company's payment solutions, integration with accounting software and regulatory tailwinds.
Carolyn Everson, VP of Global Marketing Solutions, tells CNN's Poppy Harlow the next billion people to get online are "going to be mobile only."
Is this the invisible ink for the digital age? CNN Tech's Laurie Segall learns how social media users can communicate by hiding messages in seemingly inconspicuous photos and videos.
PepsiCo CEO Indra Nooyi and economist Joseph Stieglitz sit on a panel at the World Economic Forum in Davos discussing how companies can strategize for the long run while dealing with short-term pressures from investors.
CNNMoney’s Richard Quest explains why Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson’s actions after two men were arrested in a Starbucks show companies like Facebook and Equifax how to handle a crisis.
The dominant force in the global consumer drone market, China's DJI, says what comes next for the industry will be dictated more by consumers than manufacturers.
Christian Faes, CEO and co-founder LendInvest, an online marketplace for property lending and investing, talks to Joy Macknight about the quest to make mortgages better and the reasons behind entering the buy-to-let market.
Neometals Limited (ASX:NMT) COO, Mike Tamlin, provides an update on production from the company's Mt Marion lithium project south-west of Kalgoorlie.
President Trump's personal lawyer Michael Cohen disclosed in court that Sean Hannity was one of his clients -- a fact that Hannity hadn't disclosed on air while covering the FBI raid of Cohen's office. Here's what Hannity has said about Cohen on Fox News and his radio show.
Amazon dominates online retail and is one of the most valuable companies in the world. But are consumers harmed by its low prices? CNN's Jon Sarlin reports.