Also in that month:
No assembly required? Ikea to buy services site TaskRabbitCNBCThe furniture seller said Thursday that it is buying online on-demand services platform TaskRabbit. It lets users hire people to help them move, clean up the house or assemble furniture. Ikea said it tested TaskRabbit in its stores in London last year ...
Final reading on Q2 GDP up 3.1%, vs 3% rise expectedCNBCThe growth rate was expected to remain at 3 percent according to a survey of economists from The Wall Street Journal. The economy at its core remains stable, as steady job growth and a booming stock market encourage households to spend. Published 16 ...
South Korea Follows China By Banning ICOsFortuneThe ICO is a new form of fundraising where, instead of a startup issuing its investors with shares, it gives them digital tokens that are sometimes connected with the new service they're trying to sell. There are huge risks here, as many of the ... |