Arjun Kharpal is a technology correspondent for CNBC in London. He moved into the role after being a news assistant at the company for two years, and a reporter for a year following that.
Arjun's heads up CNBC's "Tech Transformers" special report, interviewing guests or offering analysis on "Squawk Box Europe" and "Street Signs", as well as writing a plethora of stories online. He writes extensively on the technology industry covering the latest trends and topics all the way from the most innovative start-ups up to the biggest companies in the world including Apple and Google.
Arjun talks to the most important industry players including company chief executives, investors, and entrepreneurs.
Arjun has previously written for The Times, The Telegraph, The Guardian and The Mirror in London. He holds a BA in English Literature from the University of York and an MA in Newspaper Journalism from City University, London.
Investors appear to be shrugging off risks like the upcoming "fork", or split in bitcoin.
Musk said the second boring machine will be "Line-Storm.
Draghi said cryptocurrencies "should be embraced with lots of attention to its potential risks."
In 2017, there have been 42 equity investment deals by corporates, totaling $327 million
Users also reported that they were not able to change profile pictures on Tencent-owned WeChat.
HTT and Munich Re have formed a strategic partnership in which the insurance firm will provide risk-management-related services.
But UBS said that the underlying blockchain technology could have a "significant impact" on many industries.
SoftBank's investment in Uber could be agreed within the next week, Arianna Huffington said.
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Facebook is working with The Washington Post, The Boston Globe and other publishers to test ways to have users subscribe
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CNBC looks at how the computer systems in F1 cars have made their way into regular vehicles.
FIA President Jean Todt discusses his start with the Ferarri team and the current problems facing F1.
F1 experts discuss whether the quieter engine sounds are making the sport less attractive.
Jurrien Timmer of Fidelity says the two main drivers for the markets are a global earnings recovery and liquidity.
CNBC contributor Ron Insana discusses whether anything can disrupt the markets, and whether Jay Powell would be the best choice for the next Fed chair.
A look back at the infamous “Black Monday” with Jeff Hirsch of the Stock Trader’s Almanac.