Every month, streaming services in Australia add a new batch of movies and TV shows to its library. Here are our picks for October. OCT. 1 ‘Diana: The Musical’ The writing and composing team of David Bryan and Joe DiPietro — who won four Tonys, including Best Musical, for theirContinue Reading

Jeff Bezos will not be able to sail a new, more than 400-foot-long superyacht through the waters of the Dutch city of Rotterdam anytime soon. The port city drew backlash months ago as it considered dismantling a section of a 95-year-old bridge to allow the Amazon founder’s yacht to pass.Continue Reading

In just the last few years, Europe has seen a landmark law for online privacy take effect, approved sweeping regulations to curb the dominance of the tech giants and on Friday was nearing a deal on new legislation to protect its citizens from harmful online content. For those keeping score,Continue Reading

Last Wednesday, Derrick Palmer clocked in for his 7:15 a.m. shift at Amazon’s giant warehouse on Staten Island and spent the day packing boxes with board games, iPhones and mini vacuum cleaners. The following morning, he boarded a train to Washington, D.C., where more experienced labor leaders hailed him andContinue Reading

PARIS — In full Steve Jobs mode, President Emmanuel Macron of France donned a black turtleneck in January and took to Twitter to celebrate the creation in France of 25 “unicorn” start-ups — companies with a market value of over 1 billion euros, or almost $1.1 billion. He declared thatContinue Reading

GÖTTINGEN, Germany — The European Union was expected to finalize this week one of the world’s most far-reaching laws to address the power of the biggest tech companies, putting in place rules that will affect app stores, online advertising, e-commerce, messaging services and other everyday digital tools. The law, calledContinue Reading

The domestic industry’s woes extend beyond the consumer mask market. In recent months, the medical supply giants that serve the country’s large hospital systems have eagerly resumed buying lower cost protective equipment from overseas. The companies, among them McKesson, Henry Schein and Cardinal Health, have been lobbying the Biden administrationContinue Reading