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Facebook loses Tesla and SpaceX over data furore

Facebook loses Tesla and SpaceX over data furore

Elon Musk orders pages to be deleted in wake of Cambridge Analytica leak

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Facebook Tries to Calm Advertisers After Cambridge Analytica Crisis

Facebook Tries to Calm Advertisers After Cambridge Analytica Crisis

Facebook Inc. is reassuring advertisers and users that their data is being protected after the Cambridge Analytica data scandal, in a bid to prevent more advertisers from dropping out.

Published 2 months ago

Six Qualcomm Directors, Including CEO, Get Less Than 50% Re-Election Vote

Six Qualcomm Directors, Including CEO, Get Less Than 50% Re-Election Vote

Six of Qualcomm Inc.’s directors, including Chief Executive Steve Mollenkopf, failed to win support from a majority of the company’s shares Friday.

Published 2 months ago

Wall Street skids to worst week since January 2016

Wall Street skids to worst week since January 2016

Dow Jones closes in correction territory as investor fears over trade war grow

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In ‘Isle of Dogs,’ Wes Anderson Applied Puppet Lessons From ‘Fantastic Mr. Fox’

In ‘Isle of Dogs,’ Wes Anderson Applied Puppet Lessons From ‘Fantastic Mr. Fox’

Wes Anderson, along with the head of puppets and animation director on ‘Isle of Dogs,’ talk about the making of the movie and how their previous stop-motion film, ‘Fantastic Mr. Fox,’ helped them do it.

Published 2 months ago

The anti-social network: Facebook bids to rebuild trust after toughest week

The anti-social network: Facebook bids to rebuild trust after toughest week

After $60bn was wiped off its market value over the data scandal, users’ privacy may become more of a concern for Mark Zuckerberg

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US nationalist policymakers take hold of foreign policy

US nationalist policymakers take hold of foreign policy

Appointment of John Bolton marks latest shift away from moderation

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Spring Break in Miami—With Our Toddlers

Spring Break in Miami—With Our Toddlers

What happens when you accidentally take your wife and young children to Spring Break party central in Florida? Jason Gay found out.

Published 2 months ago

The demise of the White House moderates

The demise of the White House moderates

Pugilistic president brings like-minded advisers into Oval Office

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Donald Trump Says He Might Veto Spending Bill

Donald Trump Says He Might Veto Spending Bill

President Trump signed a sweeping spending bill passed by Congress that would fund the government past early Saturday, hours after threatening to veto it over dissatisfaction with its immigration provisions.

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Donald Trump Signs Spending Bill After Threatening to Veto It

Donald Trump Signs Spending Bill After Threatening to Veto It

President Trump signed a sweeping spending bill passed by Congress that would fund the government past early Saturday, hours after threatening to veto it over dissatisfaction with its immigration provisions.

Published 2 months ago

FCC Considering New Rule to Further Curb Huawei’s U.S. Business

FCC Considering New Rule to Further Curb Huawei’s U.S. Business

The Federal Communications Commission is considering a new rule to further curb the U.S. business of Huawei Technologies Co., making it harder for small and rural carriers to purchase gear from Chinese telecom-equipment makers, according to people familiar with the matter.

Published 2 months ago