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The Norwegian investigation into the Tidal streaming service raises concerns about how the industry treats its data, similar to those around Facebook.
John Malone ought to be able to structure a deal to buy Millicom without driving up leverage too high.
The congressman spent the past two years getting his arms around the antitrust problem, and he’s ready to start making changes.
Politicians looking for “one-size-fits-all” employment rules for gig economy workers might end up helping half of them, and hurting the rest.
To address emissions, the electric grid would need to eliminate fossil fuels and the petrochemical industry would need to reverse its explosive growth.
The social media giant faces a ban on third-party data sharing. If this sticks, it’s a serious problem for its ad-targeting strategy.
The case of Rahaf Mohammed Al-Qunun points to social media’s new role in promoting civil liberties in the Arab world.
With many developed markets effectively closed, and China already in the bag, the company is looking elsewhere.
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Europe is full of former imperial powers that have adjusted to their diminished status. The U.K. needs to find a way to do the same.
The side that causes a government shutdown always takes more blame for the effects.
Reaction to a Mueller bombshell is muted, but then it’s still kind of early.
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CEO Lei Jun needs to find a new driver of smartphone demand. His whole business model depends on it.
The long decline in the percentage of American teens with driver’s licenses has finally reversed. But only by a little.
The Chinese “Crispr babies” researcher so badly wanted to be a pioneer that he ignored ethical boundaries. Others win a Nobel and think it’s a license to rant.
Desperation led to much-needed innovation for consumers.
Former national champions won’t escape the need to restructure as technology advances. Belgium’s Proximus hasn’t.
The leadership is split on the risks posed by Western platforms, and unable to create a Chinese-style walled garden.
Take a nap. We’ll wake you up when smartphones get exciting again.
The tech giant needs to do more to make its products compatible with competitors’.
There could be clues to the early days of our solar system, and it could be a proving ground for technologies to send astronauts farther into space.
Second or even third chances are essential in life, but questions of forgiveness are never easy.
It's not intended as a substitute for medical professionals, but it has become one — free, convenient and crowdsourced.
Mapping out a professional path has never been harder as old-line work vanishes.
If the Chinese telecom equipment maker can eavesdrop on mobile phone networks, what about heavy industry?
In a reality far, far away, they alone control how the young company is funded, operated and valued.
The latest data show regions outside the big VC magnets of San Francisco, Silicon Valley, New York and Boston capturing more deals, but not many more.
The SoftBank Vision Fund’s decision not to invest more in the office-space startup shows that it’s just a real-estate company. And a risky one at that.
Early action to rein in costs shows the company is capable of fiscal discipline amid the tech downturn.
Huawei isn’t the only Chinese company that’s likely to be labeled a global security threat.
If industry keeps hiring the cutting-edge scholars, who will train the next generation of innovators in artificial intelligence?
The country wasn’t the biggest driver of recent growth, so it can’t take the blame for all the troubles.
Tech’s streaming giants will have to use more locally produced content. Broadcasters should be disciplined on what shows they sell.
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Thanks to the development of a thriving commercial space sector, the U.S. still holds a commanding lead in the heavens.
It’s not about self-control. It’s a vestige of one of the body’s defenses against disease.
Informal meetings are helping the U.S., Russia and China better understand their tactics and strategies.
The iPhone maker is better positioned than others to deal with a downturn. That’s a problem.