Zoom Sales Plummet Amid Post-Pandemic Era

In the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic, video-conferencing platforms like Zoom experienced record growth. The numbers showed that there was a 360% revenue growth as hundreds of thousands of users logged onto Zoom for school, work, or social events between friends and family. Such was its popularity that Zoom became a household name, as it bridged the gap between people across the world.

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Crypto Scams: Is This the New Wire Fraud?

The “modern update” to this wire transfer scheme is that it can be done with no witnesses. With wire transfers, victims often had to fill out a form at the bank and hand it to a bank teller. The victim would have longer to think about the actions and more than likely, realize their mistake while filling out the form. By making a transfer as effortless as scanning a QR code, criminals can talk their way into situations, and victims have less time to consider whether or not to send money to a complete stranger.

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Tesla’s German Gigafactory on Track for December Opening

The global automotive supply chain has been experiencing some difficulties in the past year due to a chip shortage. This will inevitably have an impact on the German car manufacturing industry, as Germany has one of the largest production values in the world and has global connections. The US electric car manufacturing company Tesla announced that it is closing in on its plans to manufacture Model Y cars in a factory near Berlin.

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Honduras Elects First Woman President, Votes Out Ruling Party

On November 28th Hondurans took to the polls and cast ballots on many national and regional offices in addition to the Presidency. The elections saw the end to the 12 years of power for the the right wing National Party and the victory of the first women to be elected President.

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