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Bots vs. Trolls: How AI Could Clean Up Social Media

Bots vs. Trolls: How AI Could Clean Up Social Media

Many tools exist that could help identify bad actors on social media. There’s just no consensus on how to use them.

Published 1 month ago

The Democratic Party’s New Litmus Test: Gun Control

The Democratic Party’s New Litmus Test: Gun Control

Candidates for the 2018 House midterms are pushing a muscular firearms-regulation agenda, a wholesale repositioning on the hot-button issue in a party that avoided pushing new limits for a generation after the 1994 assault-weapons ban cost members their jobs in Congress.

Published 1 month ago

Elon Musk’s Flawed Plan for Tesla Shareholders

Elon Musk’s Flawed Plan for Tesla Shareholders

Elon Musk’s latest piece of showmanship—an offer to take electric-car maker Tesla private—amounts to a slap in the face for shareholders, writes James Mackintosh.

Published 1 month ago

‘BlacKkKlansman’ Review: Running on Fury

‘BlacKkKlansman’ Review: Running on Fury

Spike Lee’s account of an African-American cop who infiltrated the Ku Klux Klan is loaded with incendiary imagery of racial hatred in the past and present.

Published 1 month ago

Russian Stocks, Ruble Take Hit on Uncertainty Over U.S. Sanctions

Russian Stocks, Ruble Take Hit on Uncertainty Over U.S. Sanctions

Newly announced U.S. sanctions—and the potential for a second round of actions in 90 days—roiled Russia’s currency and blue-chip stocks as the country braced for further economic pain amid uncertainties over the Trump administration’s commitment to enforcement.

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For Uber and Airbnb, New York City Turns Foe

For Uber and Airbnb, New York City Turns Foe

Two measures in New York City could hamper Silicon Valley heavyweights Uber Technologies and Airbnb as they prep for potential initial public offerings expected as soon as next year.

Published 1 month ago

Nasdaq Extends Winning Streak to Eighth Session

Nasdaq Extends Winning Streak to Eighth Session

The tech-heavy index shrugged off declines in other stock indexes in the latest sign that investors are retaining their faith in companies like Apple and Amazon.com.

Published 1 month ago

The Democratic Party’s New Litmus Test: Gun Control

The Democratic Party’s New Litmus Test: Gun Control

Candidates for the 2018 House midterms are pushing a muscular firearms-regulation agenda, a wholesale repositioning on the hot-button issue in a party that avoided pushing new limits for a generation after the 1994 assault-weapons ban cost members their jobs in Congress.

Published 1 month ago

Elon Musk’s Flawed Plan for Tesla Shareholders

Elon Musk’s Flawed Plan for Tesla Shareholders

Elon Musk’s latest piece of showmanship—an offer to take electric-car maker Tesla private—amounts to a slap in the face for shareholders, writes James Mackintosh.

Published 1 month ago

Tribune Terminates $3.9 Billion Merger With Rival Sinclair

Tribune Terminates $3.9 Billion Merger With Rival Sinclair

Tribune Media terminated its merger agreement with rival TV station-owner Sinclair Broadcast Group and sued the company, alleging it failed to make sufficient efforts to get their $3.9 billion deal approved by regulators.

Published 1 month ago

Growth Seen Hitting 3% in 2018, but Risks to Outlook Mount After This Year

Growth Seen Hitting 3% in 2018, but Risks to Outlook Mount After This Year

Economists are boosting their projections for growth in U.S. output this year, but trade disputes, a fading boost from fiscal stimulus and rising rates leave them thinking strong growth won’t last much longer than that.

Published 1 month ago

The long and the short of Elon Musk’s reality distortion field

The long and the short of Elon Musk’s reality distortion field

Tesla buyout claim is where suspension of disbelief collides with hard financial fact

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Bots vs. Trolls: How AI Could Clean Up Social Media

Bots vs. Trolls: How AI Could Clean Up Social Media

Many tools exist that could help identify bad actors on social media. There’s just no consensus on how to use them.

Published 1 month ago

For Uber and Airbnb, New York City Turns Foe

For Uber and Airbnb, New York City Turns Foe

Two measures in New York City could hamper Silicon Valley heavyweights Uber Technologies and Airbnb as they prep for potential initial public offerings expected as soon as next year.

Published 1 month ago

Saudi Students Fret Over Future After Order to Leave Canada

Saudi Students Fret Over Future After Order to Leave Canada

Saudi Arabia’s escalating diplomatic row with Canada has upended the lives of the thousands of Saudi students at Canadian universities who have been ordered out of the country by the kingdom.

Published 1 month ago