Jawbone, the San Francisco based consumer electronics company has filed a law suit against its rival Fitbit in the California State Court.
While speaking on stage at the Code tech conference in Southern California on Tuesday, Evan Spiegel, the co-founder and CEO of Snapchat revealed that it's high time for the company to go public but did not give any detail when it might do so.
He said, "We need to IPO, we have a plan to do that," "An IPO is really important."
After a fall that was triggered by concerns over excess supply of oil and a strong U. S dollar, on Wednesday the oil prices rebounded in the Asian market.
In the late-morning trade, West Texas Intermediate (WTI) for July delivery rose by 32 cents to $58.35 whereas Brent crude futures for July scaled 11 cents to $63.83.
The Federal Reserve is most probably the most powerful bank globally and is housed in the strongest economy of the world. That's also quite obvious in from the y, how even a little change by the US Federal Reserve can bring far reaching effects on the world economy and the investors around the globe.
Saturday marked the worldwide March Against Monsanto.
Downtown Las Vegas saw hundreds of people marching with placards as a part of the protest against the agriculture company Monsanto.
The main aim of the participants was to create awareness about GMO or genetically modified food. They are against the sale of GMO foods and want the companies to label all foods properly so that people can make conscious choices.
On Friday, a bill was passed by the California State Assembly which is intended for putting a ban on retailers from selling products that contains microbeads, within the state.