Ever imagined a bank CEO getting slapped in a board meeting? Or a CEO changing his name through an affidavit to save his job just because it annoys the owner of his bank? These are real-life events that took place in our banking sector in recent years.
A teacher was once pranked by two students. They tricked him into thinking that he was experiencing a 5G-enabled VR application that turned out to be a nightmare. They hacked into his smartphone and VR headset to create a customised frightful VR environment and recorded his reactions as he suffered in the VR world.
Property disputes are nasty, but it is particularly distasteful when it follows the death of a parent. And this phenomenon of fighting over inheritance continues to be a part of human history, no matter which part of the world you are in.
You’re hungry? Not up to preparing a meal? No worries! Just enter your menu choices into a computer and your dinner appears before you.
While having lunch with his colleagues, Jamal announced he was going to Singapore to attend a training workshop. Cheers followed, but some were struggling to conceal their resentment with “But you came back from Bangalore last month” and the like.
A top executive was once giving a speech at a conference. He said, “Ladies and gentlemen, let me share some of the secrets behind my success.
In 2020, a cyber-criminal managed to take over the Twitter accounts of several high-profile individuals and companies, including Elon Musk, Joe Biden and Apple. The accounts were used to post a Bitcoin scam, promising followers they would receive double their money back if they sent Bitcoin to a specific address.
One day, the United States, China and Russia met at a racecourse and started arguing about who the next global superpower will be. The United States said, “With the most powerful military in the world, we can defeat any country in a war.”