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Tech Giants Face Hundreds of Millions in New Taxes Under EU Proposals

Tech Giants Face Hundreds of Millions in New Taxes Under EU Proposals

The European Union unveiled sweeping new legislative proposals to raise taxes on big technology companies, a move that risks angering U.S. officials when trans-Atlantic relations are already strained by an escalating trade spat.

Published 4 months ago

Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg silent during Cambridge Analytica scandal

Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg silent during Cambridge Analytica scandal

Critics say founder and chief operating officer’s low profile has not helped company

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Jimmy Iovine’s Planned Exit From Apple Music Raises Leadership Questions

Jimmy Iovine’s Planned Exit From Apple Music Raises Leadership Questions

Apple executive Jimmy Iovine will transition into a consulting role in August and step back from daily involvement with the company’s streaming-music business, according to people familiar with his plans.

Published 4 months ago

Facing U.S. Tariffs, China Plans Countermeasures

Facing U.S. Tariffs, China Plans Countermeasures

Faced with mounting trade offensives from Washington, China is preparing to hit back with tit-for-tat tariffs aimed at President Donald Trump’s support base, including levies targeting U.S. agricultural exports from farmbelt states.

Published 4 months ago

Facebook affair: the legal questions

Facebook affair: the legal questions

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Austin Bomb Suspect Is Dead, Police Say

Austin Bomb Suspect Is Dead, Police Say

A man who police believe carried out a string of package bombings in Austin is dead, Austin Police Chief Brian Manley said, putting an end to a weeks long hunt to trackdown and stop the bomber who had left the Texas capital and its residents on edge.

Published 4 months ago

Fed Set to Raise Rates, Issue New Economic Projections

Fed Set to Raise Rates, Issue New Economic Projections

The Federal Reserve is likely to raise rates after its policy meeting concludes Wednesday, the sixth such move since late 2015, and officials will release new economic projections.

Published 4 months ago

Stock Market’s Surge Lifts CEO Pay to Record Highs

Stock Market’s Surge Lifts CEO Pay to Record Highs

The chief executives of America’s biggest companies are on track for another banner year of compensation. Median pay for the chief executives of 133 of the largest U.S. companies reached an all-time high of $11.6 million in 2017.

Published 4 months ago

Uber Accident Won’t Stop Insurers from Racing to Develop Coverage for Driverless Cars

Uber Accident Won’t Stop Insurers from Racing to Develop Coverage for Driverless Cars

As federal investigators begin to examine a pedestrian fatality involving a self-driving Uber Technologies car this week, America’s car insurers are watching closely.

Published 4 months ago

White House Report Says Insurers Doing Well, Increasing ACA Subsidy Doubts

White House Report Says Insurers Doing Well, Increasing ACA Subsidy Doubts

Health insurers have largely adjusted to the impact of the 2010 Affordable Care Act, the White House will say in an economic report Wednesday, a finding that will likely undercut lawmakers’ efforts to secure federal funds to blunt potential premium increases for the coming year.

Published 4 months ago

Senate to Approve Bill Limiting Immunity for Internet Firms in Sex-Trafficking Cases

Senate to Approve Bill Limiting Immunity for Internet Firms in Sex-Trafficking Cases

The Senate is expected to give final approval today to landmark legislation aimed at curbing online sex trafficking by limiting federal immunity for internet platforms.

Published 4 months ago

Why Homemade Bombs Are Easy to Make and Hard to Trace

Why Homemade Bombs Are Easy to Make and Hard to Trace

While no specifics on the materials used in the Austin explosions have been released, experts said it’s not hard for would-be bomb makers to buy the necessary materials, and figure out how to construct an explosive device.

Published 4 months ago