Charleston Lim

Charleston Lim
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

  • Meta Opens First Brick-And-Mortar Store In California
    AR & VR
    Meta's first physical store is a 1,500-square-foot room located inside the Reality Labs headquarters in California.
  • AMC Reports Massive Jump In Sales As People Return To Theaters
    AMC increased its first-quarter revenue from $148.3 million last year to $785.7 million this year.
  • Bitcoin Dips Below $30,000 As Crypto Downward Trend Continues
    Bitcoin was trading as low as $29,996 per coin Monday evening before recovering slightly to $30,442 per coin.
  • Louisiana Advances Abolition of Abortion Bill That Classifies Practice As Homicide
    The Abolition of Abortion Act aims to give unborn children, including fertilized eggs, full constitutional rights.
  • Peloton Actively Looking For Buyer To Purchase 20% Stake
    Peloton is reportedly now in talks with some companies that are interested in purchasing the 20% stake it is offering.
  • Lockdown Threat Looms As Beijing Resumes Work Following Muted Holidays
    Beijing authorities are finding it difficult to strike a balance between allowing businesses to operate and avoiding a similar situation like in Shanghia.
  • Shareholders Sue Netflix For Misleading Them About Its Ability To Retain Subscribers
    Investors who recently bought Netflix stocks have filed a lawsuit against the company in California.
  • Lyft Shares Tank By Nearly 30%, Dragging Down Other Ride-Hailing Stock
    Lyft said it plans to focus its investments in driver incentives to address any unexpected surge in passengers.
  • Federal Reserve To Hike Rates By Record Half-Percentage Point
    Federal Reserve
    The last time the Federal Reserve raised rates by a half-percentage point was more than two decades ago.
  • Airbnb Earnings Beat Expectations, Share Prices Surge
    Airbnb reported a net loss of $19 million for the quarter, much lower than the $1.2 billion loss it reported a year earlier.
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