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"Microsoft Breaks Its Flagship PC With New Windows 10 Update" Forbes 7:45 AM
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"IBM sells software portfolio including Notes and Domino to HCL for $1.8b: The Indian giant has claimed it is picking up products that are in large growing areas, but they also include Notes." ZDNet 9:09 PM
"Top execs at IBM, Google, Microsoft, Oracle, Qualcomm head for White House" WRAL TechWire 6:18 AM
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"UK Parliament publishes reams of Facebook internal docs, exposing the social network's machinations for user data: What the Zuck was Facebook thinking with some of its ideas" The Inquirer 6:07 AM
"Australian parliament votes in favour of access to private chat data when needed: The Aussies get a kick in the privates" The Inquirer 6:07 AM
"Belgium first EU market to join Alibaba e-trade initiative: Chinese e-commerce giant inks agreement with Belgium to work on lowering barriers to cross-border trade and facilitate logistics, payments, and cloud computing services for small and midsize businesses." ZDNet 6:07 AM
"China emerges as lead suspect in Marriott data hack" VentureBeat 6:06 AM
"France will tax digital giants from 2019 even if there is no agreed EU levy" Telegraph 6:04 AM
"Flipdish raises €4.8M Series A to wean restaurants off takeout aggregators like Just Eat" TechCrunch 12:10 PM
"Lyft files IPO documents with SEC" TechCrunch 7:43 AM
"Samsung tweaks mobile business, promotes chip boss in reshuffle: Samsung has promoted an executive tasked with reviving its mid-tier smartphones in the mobile business, as well as its chip boss who led the conglomerate's stellar semiconductor growth." ZDNet 6:07 AM
"Japan's Sansan raises $26.5M to help Southeast Asia get more from business cards" TechCrunch 6:06 AM
"LeanIX, the SaaS that lets enterprises map out their software architecture, closes $30M Series C" TechCrunch 6:04 AM
"Taiwan-based travel startup AsiaYo raises $7M Series B led by Alibaba Taiwan Entrepreneurs Fund" TechCrunch 6:05 AM
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"Stocks close mostly lower after dramatic day of trading following arrest of Huawei CFO: WSJ report suggesting the Fed has room to be dovish helps to offset selling pressure" MarketWatch 4:58 PM
"Dow, S&P Pare Losses Into Close, Nasdaq Closes in the Green: The Dow slumped sharply after the arrest of a high-level Chinese business executive threatens to unravel the U.S. and China trade truce, but the blue-chip index pared most of its losses before the close." TheStreet 4:58 PM
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"US securities, global stocks down on Huawei CFO arrest" FOXBusiness 6:40 AM
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