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Mark Zuckerberg Can't Stop You From Reading This Because The Algorithms Have ...
There's a decent chance that Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg will see this story. It's relevant to his interests and nominally about him and the media and advertising industries his company has managed to upend and dominate.
Dark Posts And Facebook's Deals With The Devil  Forbes
Mark Zuckerberg, Facing Class Action Lawsuit, Scraps Plan to Issue Non ...  Inc.com
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Uber using aggressive tactics, says Sadiq Khan
London Mayor Sadiq Khan says Uber has put "unfair pressure" on Transport for London (TfL), with an "army" of PR experts and lawyers.
Fighting for survival in London, Uber says it can improve  Reuters
Uber is well on its way to gathering 1 million signatures in London petition  The Verge
ABB Bolsters US Business With $2.6 Billion GE Unit Deal
ABB Ltd. agreed to buy the industrial solutions business of General Electric Co. in a deal valued at $2.6 billion that will strengthen the Swiss company's business in the U.S.
ABB buys GE business for $2.6 billion in bet it can boost margins  Reuters
ABB Acquires Underperforming GE Industrial Solutions  TheStreet.com
The British chip designer that Apple killed might soon be bought by a Chinese ...
The China-backed private equity fund that Trump just blocked from buying a US semiconductor firm over national security grounds has speedily found another option—buy British.
Will Imagination Deals Deliver MIPS to China?  EE Times
Imagination shares buoyed by �550m Canyon Bridge takeover  The Guardian
400 college professors say consumers should be able to sue Equifax and other ...
The Equifax breach was an example of why consumers should be able to sue companies, some consumer advocates said. By. MariaLaMagna.
Cybercrime wake-up call  Albuquerque Journal
Protect yourself from identity theft: An explainer  Kenosha News
German Business Optimism Drops as Economy Nears Peak Growth
The survey highlights the uncertainty facing German businesses as the economy grows near its capacity, a stronger euro weighs on exports, and the ECB starts discussions on paring back stimulus for the euro zone.
German business confidence deteriorates in September - Ifo  DIGITALLOOK
German IFO Business Climate Index Pulls Back in September  Investing.com
Interactive Brokers Group, Inc. (NASDAQ:IBKR) CFO Paul Jonathan Brody Sells ...
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Interactive Brokers Group, Inc. (IBKR) Analysts See $0.34 EPS  BZ Weekly
SAP Wants To Help Companies Get a Better Picture of You
The business software firm SAP is buying the U.S.-Israeli "customer identity and access management" outfit Gigya, on undisclosed terms.
SAP is buying identity management firm Gigya for $350M  TechCrunch
SAP to buy customer identity software company Gigya  VentureBeat
Australia to fire its pork barrel into space
A Japanese space agency (JAXA) rocket. News that Australia is finally taking its place alongside the rest of the OECD, minus Iceland, and gaining a space agency was met with the sort of enthusiasm that only decades of disappointment could manifest.
Yes, Australia will have a space agency. What does this mean? Experts respond  The Conversation AU
Looking up, Down Under: Australia to create space agency, 50 years after ...  South China Morning Post
President Trump wants protectionist measures against Chinese solar power. That ...
On Friday, the U.S. International Trade Commission, a federal body, ruled that U.S. solar manufacturers are being injured by solar product imports.
Solar Panels Perfect Case Of Protectionism Costing More Jobs Than It Saves  Forbes
Cheap imports viewed as threat to US solar industry  Asheville Citizen-Times