Does the iPhone 8 charge wirelessly?

You may never have to plug in your iPhone again. Apple has joined an industry group dedicated to wireless charging, reinforcing existing rumors that the next iPhone will charge wirelessly. The Wireless Power Consortium, which is made up of around 200 organizations promoting a single wireless charging standard, confirmed to CNNTech that Apple joined the … Read more

“America First” could turn into “India First”

America is big on its willingness to accept talented immigrants. This is what Nandan Nilekani, the billionaire co-founder of Infosys Technologies, would tell President Trump if he had the opportunity. “If you really want to keep the United States … globally competitive, you should be open to overseas talent,” Nilekani said on the sidelines of … Read more

Shares of Apple are approaching the record

Apple has found its rhythm. The iPhone maker’s stock reached $ 133.82 in early trading Monday, bringing Apple less than $ 1 from its intraday trading high of $ 134.54, reached in April 2015. Apple’s stock ended the day. at $ 133.29, beating its previous record closing price of $ 133, set in February 2015. … Read more

NAFTA’s American nemesis: Canada, not Mexico

America and Canada have one of the largest trade relations in the world. President Donald Trump first met Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Monday. “We have a very exceptional business relationship with Canada,” Trump said at a news conference. But US-Canada trade relations over the years have not been as smooth as one might … Read more

Trump brand takes another hit: Sears and Kmart

Nordstrom. Neiman Marcus. TJ Maxx. And now, Sears and Kmart. Sears Holdings, the company that owns retail stores Sears and Kmart, reportedly said this weekend that it would remove 31 Trump-branded items from its website. The company pulled the products as part of a plan to focus on its “most profitable items,” Sears spokesman Brian … Read more

Swiss voters reject corporate tax overhaul

Voters in Switzerland have shocked the political establishment by rejecting a reform plan that would have brought the country’s corporate tax system in line with international norms. The tax reforms, which were widely supported by the business community, would have removed a set of special low-tax privileges that had encouraged many multinational companies to set … Read more