Bossa Studios Obtained Up To $30 Million To Expand In China

Bossa Studios—a London-based video game developer—has raised $30 Million in a funding round directed by Chinese gaming firm NetEase, three sources well-known with the situation said to CNBC. Bossa Studios is behind physics-based video games such as “I Am Bread” and “Surgeon Simulator.” The company secured between $10 Million–$30 Million during a Series B funding… Continue reading Bossa Studios Obtained Up To $30 Million To Expand In China

Asian Stocks Fell On Report Of US-China Trade Deal May Not Be Inked In 2019

Reportedly, Asian stocks declined after a report that an estimated “phase one” trade deal amid the U.S. and China could not be signed by 2019. Japan’s Nikkei 225 index dropped 0.48% to settle at 23,038.58, with shares of Tokyo Electron slipping by 3.44%. The Topix index was lower by 0.1% to close at 1,689.38. The… Continue reading Asian Stocks Fell On Report Of US-China Trade Deal May Not Be Inked In 2019

China’s $2 Billion Accord With Ghana Draws Disapproval From Activists

Reportedly, the Chinese administration has issued phase one of funding for an extensive road construction plan in Ghana as a part of a $2 Billion infrastructure agreement that presents Beijing with access to the nation’s reserves of bauxite—which is a vital source of aluminum. The agreement has drawn disapproval from political opposition, environmental activists, and… Continue reading China’s $2 Billion Accord With Ghana Draws Disapproval From Activists

Daily Cannabis Use Reduces Odds Of Using Illicit Opioids

For those utilizing illicit opioids to control their chronic pain, cannabis might be an advantageous—and a less hazardous—option, as per a new study from the BCCSU (BC Centre on Substance Use). Scientists from the UBC (University of British Columbia) and BCCSU interviewed over 1,100 users in Vancouver at highest danger of opioid overdose from 2014… Continue reading Daily Cannabis Use Reduces Odds Of Using Illicit Opioids

Audi Fires 9,500 Of Its Employees To Save Funds For Electric Vehicles

German carmaker Audi is one of the leading carmakers across the world. The carmaker has recently decided to cut down 9,500 of its 61,000 jobs in Germany. And this cut down in jobs is expected to happen by 2025 and the company is vocal that it is doing so to free up funds for investing… Continue reading Audi Fires 9,500 Of Its Employees To Save Funds For Electric Vehicles