Charleston Lim

Charleston Lim
Writer
Charleston is a business news writer in Business Times. "A web developer and SEO expert by profession, but an aspiring writer and journalist at heart. My field of interest generally ranges from science, tech, gadgets, games, and software. I am always open to changing my perspective and am eternally hungry for knowledge. I like the fact that I still don't know a lot about how the world works, and I'm fine with that."

The Latest

  • Twitter Agrees To Pay $150 Million Data Privacy Lawsuit Settlement
    BACKING OUT?
    Apart from paying the settlement, Twitter also agreed to subject itself to added scrutiny and to maintain expanded privacy and information security programs.
  • Beijing Overtakes Shanghai As China's Top Currency Trading Hub
    Shanghai
    A report from the State Administration and Foreign Exchange indicated a significant decline in currency deals in Shanghai last month.
  • More Than 200 Bodies Found In Basement Under Destroyed Mariupol Building
    Ukraine
    Workers digging through rubble in Mariupol found 200 dead bodies inside a basement under a destroyed building.
  • Jif Peanut Butter Recall Expanded Due To Salmonella Risk
    peanut butter
    Cargill has expanded the recall to include Dark Chocolate Covered Peanut Butter Ritz Crackers, Peanut Butter Meltaways, and Peanut Butter Eggs and Fudge.
  • Snap Share Prices Dropped Nearly 30% After It Said It Will Miss Earnings Targets
    Snap
    In an internal email, Snap CEO Evan Spiegel said the company is unlikely to hit its revenue and earnings targets for the current quarter.
  • SpaceX President Defends Musk Against Harassment Allegations
    SpaceX
    SpaceX President and COO Gwynne Shotwell said she doesn't believe Musk would do such a horrendous act.
  • Asian Stocks Jump After China Cuts Five-Year Loan Prime Rate
    Asia Stocks
    China cut its five-year loan prime rate (LPR) by 15 basis points to help bolster its housing market.
  • World's Most Expensive Car Sold For $142 Million
    Mercedes
    The sale overtook and more than doubled the $70 million a buyer paid in 2018 for a 1963 Ferrari 250 GTO.
  • Amazon, Target, And Walmart Stocks Plummet Amid Rising Inflation
    Amazon
    Amazon's stock price ended 7.6% lower, Walmart's around 6.79% lower, and Target's stock more than 26% lower.
  • Google Russia Going Out Of Business As Officials Seize Bank Accounts
    GOOGLE
    Google Russia filed a notice of intention to declare bankruptcy after its bank accounts were seized by officials.
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