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Investors are increasingly seeking exposure to bitcoin following the recent months-long price rally. Bitcoin exchange-traded products are seeing record trading volumes. Meanwhile, more big banks are reportedly trying to get into the crypto space, including Goldman Sachs. High Demand for Bitcoin and Crypto Products With the price of bitcoin rapidly rising over recent months, more in

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Demand for Crypto Soars: Bitcoin Funds Break Records, Goldman Sachs Wants In

Bloom & Wild, a London-based startup that takes an updated and online approach to the very traditional business of ordering and delivering flowers, has seen business blossom in the last year. And today, it is announcing a big round of funding to help it double down on the opportunity ahead. The company has raised £75 million ($102 million), a Series D that it plans to use to co

TechCrunch

UK’s Bloom & Wild raises $102M to seed its flower delivery service across Europe

We present you a series of easy-to-do activities that will allow you to rest without neglecting your business.

Entrepreneur

Are You Feeling Very Stressed? These Tips Will Help You Relax

Seniors over 65 can now receive the COVID vaccine in many states, but navigating sites to actually sign up for a vaccination appointment can be challenging for the less tech savvy.  At least 10.6 million people in the United States have received one dose of either the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine, according to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). Both require a second dose three to

Mashable

A guide to helping boomers sign up for their COVID vaccine

Twitter moved to temporarily suspend Marjorie Taylor-Greene on Sunday, locking the recently elected Georgia Congresswoman out of her account for 12 hours. "The account referenced has been temporarily locked out for multiple violations of our civic integrity policy," a Twitter spokesperson said. The suspension followed Taylor-Greene tweets from earlier Sunday that leaned into widely

Mashable

Twitter suspended Marjorie Taylor-Greene. Do you even have to ask why?

Meanwhile, Signal has so many new users that it fell over on the weekend.

ZDNet

WhatsApp delays take it or leave it privacy terms update until May

The flaws we have long overlooked are the ones that ransomware has exploited to brutal impact.

ZDNet

Ransomware reveals the hidden weakness of our big tech world

When it comes to the next generation and private sector problem solving? Teach your children well.

Entrepreneur

How to Lead Kids Down a Path to Entrepreneurship in 2021

Summary List PlacementThe website of controversial social media platform Parler was back online Sunday, following a nearly week-long outage after it was booted from Amazon Web Services and kicked off Apple and Google's app stores.Amazon, Google and Apple cut ties with Parler for what they said was a failure to moderate content and threats of violence by some of its right-wing user

Business Insider

Parler website appears to back online and promises to 'resolve any challenge before us'

On Jan. 3, three days before the attack on the Capitol, Enrique Tarrio, the leader of the far-right organization known as the Proud Boys, shared a cryptic post on the messaging app Telegram: “What if we invade it?”

MarketWatch

The Wall Street Journal: Prior to Capitol riot, Proud Boys took Trump’s words as call to action

Photo Illustration by Pavlo Gonchar/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images Social media platform Parler was all but wiped off the internet last week, but on Sunday, showed some signs of life. A message from Parler CEO John Matze, first noted by CNN’s Donie O’Sullivan- is now appearing at the site’s URL, with an image showing a “technical difficulties” banner, and a messag

The Verge

Parler resurfaces on Sunday with an update message, but nothing else

Sectors including banking, biotech, gold mining, green energy and infrastructure will be in play this year.

MarketWatch

NewsWatch: Here are the biggest stock market winners and losers in Biden’s massive stimulus plan

Tim Cook has finally faced some questions about Parler's suspension from the App Store and what it would take to come back. His answers toe the company line, but are nonetheless revealing to hear from the Apple chief executive. "We've only suspended them, Chris," Cook said during a Fox News Sunday interview with Chris Wallace. "If they get their moderation together they would be ba

Mashable

Apple's Tim Cook: Parler could return 'if they get their moderation together'

Summary List PlacementFreshman GOP Rep. Nancy Mace of South Carolina, who has been sharply critical of President Donald Trump's handling of the Jan. 6 Capitol riots, said on Sunday that his actions related to the deadly attack "put all of our lives at risk." On NBC's "Meet the Press," Mace brought up a bipartisan push to censure Trump that could have been an alternative to the seco

Business Insider

GOP Rep. Nancy Mace said that Trump 'put all of our lives at risk' during the Capitol riots, but rejected impeachment, calling the process 'rushed'

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