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Uber Posts Slower Sales Gains, Widening Loss Ahead of 2019 IPO

Results for the three months ending in September show that Uber is still growing quickly but is likely to be unprofitable for some time.
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Uber Posts Slower Sales Gains, Widening Loss Ahead of 2019 IPO

Results for the three months ending in September show that Uber is still growing quickly but is likely to be unprofitable for some time.

Facebook Morale Tumbles, Along With Stock

A survey found just 52% of employees were optimistic about Facebook’s future, down from 84% a year earlier. The darker mood comes amid a dropping share price and disclosures of privacy violations.
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Facebook Morale Tumbles, Along With Stock

A survey found just 52% of employees were optimistic about Facebook’s future, down from 84% a year earlier. The darker mood comes amid a dropping share price and disclosures of privacy violations.

SoftBank Investment Boosts WeWork Valuation to $45 Billion

Japanese conglomerate SoftBank has committed $3 billion to WeWork in a deal that values the company at about $45 billion, a major infusion of new funding by WeWork’s largest investor.
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SoftBank Investment Boosts WeWork Valuation to $45 Billion

Japanese conglomerate SoftBank has committed $3 billion to WeWork in a deal that values the company at about $45 billion, a major infusion of new funding by WeWork’s largest investor.

Amazon, Google Poised for Race to Hire High-Tech Talent

Amazon.com and Alphabet’s Google plan to recruit thousands of employees in New York City, pitting the two behemoths against each other and other businesses for already-scarce talent.
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Amazon, Google Poised for Race to Hire High-Tech Talent

Amazon.com and Alphabet’s Google plan to recruit thousands of employees in New York City, pitting the two behemoths against each other and other businesses for already-scarce talent.

How Amazon Picked HQ2 and Jilted 236 Cities

For months, Amazon made demands of cities even though it had determined early in the year that no single place would fulfill its requirements. The long search, designed to showcase the company’s largesse, has for some left a bad taste. “My heart’s broke
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How Amazon Picked HQ2 and Jilted 236 Cities

For months, Amazon made demands of cities even though it had determined early in the year that no single place would fulfill its requirements. The long search, designed to showcase the company’s largesse, has for some left a bad taste. “My heart’s broken today.”

Tech and Democracy at D.Live

Technology is colliding with societal norms and governance in new and unexpected ways. Follow the town hall conversation as we talk about tech regulation, the future of privacy and data, misinformation and more.
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Tech and Democracy at D.Live

Technology is colliding with societal norms and governance in new and unexpected ways. Follow the town hall conversation as we talk about tech regulation, the future of privacy and data, misinformation and more.

Apple Shares Sink After iPhone Suppliers Lower Outlooks

Apple shares sank further on Monday, as investors’ worries deepened about sales of new iPhones after two key suppliers for the device cut their earnings projections for coming months.
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Apple Shares Sink After iPhone Suppliers Lower Outlooks

Apple shares sank further on Monday, as investors’ worries deepened about sales of new iPhones after two key suppliers for the device cut their earnings projections for coming months.

Facebook to Give Special Access to French Regulators

A team of French regulators will spend six months monitoring how Facebook removes certain kinds of illicit content as part of a pilot program between the social media giant and the French government.
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Facebook to Give Special Access to French Regulators

A team of French regulators will spend six months monitoring how Facebook removes certain kinds of illicit content as part of a pilot program between the social media giant and the French government.

Palantir Has a $20 Billion Valuation and a Big Problem: It Keeps Losing Money

The Silicon Valley unicorn, a data-analysis giant that’s inching toward an IPO, has been run like a scrappy startup, including lavish perks. CEO Alex Karp is now under pressure to remake the business, including bringing an end to what’s known inside the c
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Palantir Has a $20 Billion Valuation and a Big Problem: It Keeps Losing Money

The Silicon Valley unicorn, a data-analysis giant that’s inching toward an IPO, has been run like a scrappy startup, including lavish perks. CEO Alex Karp is now under pressure to remake the business, including bringing an end to what’s known inside the company as “Palantir Entitlement Syndrome.”

Amazon Picks New York City, Northern Virginia for Its HQ2 Locations

New York City and Northern Virginia will be the homes for Amazon.com Inc.’s second and third headquarters, according to people familiar with the matter.
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Amazon Picks New York City, Northern Virginia for Its HQ2 Locations

New York City and Northern Virginia will be the homes for Amazon.com Inc.’s second and third headquarters, according to people familiar with the matter.

Why Did Facebook Fire a Top Executive? Hint: It Had Something to Do With Trump

Palmer Luckey, co-founder of virtual-reality pioneer Oculus, was ousted after his political activity sparked a furor within the social-media giant and Silicon Valley. His firing was one of the earliest political spats of the kind that is now roiling the techn
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Why Did Facebook Fire a Top Executive? Hint: It Had Something to Do With Trump

Palmer Luckey, co-founder of virtual-reality pioneer Oculus, was ousted after his political activity sparked a furor within the social-media giant and Silicon Valley. His firing was one of the earliest political spats of the kind that is now roiling the technology industry.

Facebook Portal Non-Review: Why I Didn't Put Facebook's Camera in My Home

Facebook’s new video-calling device makes users feel as if they are in the same room, says columnist Joanna Stern. But with privacy concerns now front and center, the Portal can’t be completely trusted.
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Facebook Portal Non-Review: Why I Didn't Put Facebook's Camera in My Home

Facebook’s new video-calling device makes users feel as if they are in the same room, says columnist Joanna Stern. But with privacy concerns now front and center, the Portal can’t be completely trusted.

Amazon Raises Hopes, Fears for Long Island City

As the retail giant eyes the fast-growing Queens neighborhood for its new headquarters, residents voice concerns about overdevelopment and hopes for necessary upgrades to schools, sewers, and transit.
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Amazon Raises Hopes, Fears for Long Island City

As the retail giant eyes the fast-growing Queens neighborhood for its new headquarters, residents voice concerns about overdevelopment and hopes for necessary upgrades to schools, sewers, and transit.

Google Plans Large New York City Expansion

Google is gearing up for an expansion of its New York City real estate that could add space for more than 12,000 new workers, an amount nearly double the search giant’s current staffing in the city.
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Google Plans Large New York City Expansion

Google is gearing up for an expansion of its New York City real estate that could add space for more than 12,000 new workers, an amount nearly double the search giant’s current staffing in the city.

Here Comes 'Smart Dust,' the Tiny Computers That Pull Power From the Air

Machines that sponge energy from the environment to power ultra-efficient devices is no longer a fantasy, writes Christopher Mims. Some people even call it perpetual computing.
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Here Comes 'Smart Dust,' the Tiny Computers That Pull Power From the Air

Machines that sponge energy from the environment to power ultra-efficient devices is no longer a fantasy, writes Christopher Mims. Some people even call it perpetual computing.

Meet Tesla's New Chairman Who Has to Oversee Elon Musk

Tesla named Robyn Denholm as its new chairman, replacing CEO Elon Musk as the head of the board with a relative outsider who will face the difficult task of overseeing the maverick billionaire.
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Meet Tesla's New Chairman Who Has to Oversee Elon Musk

Tesla named Robyn Denholm as its new chairman, replacing CEO Elon Musk as the head of the board with a relative outsider who will face the difficult task of overseeing the maverick billionaire.

New iPad Pro: Great Tablet, Still Can't Replace Your Laptop

More power, more features and a real USB port make Apple’s iPad Pro the best tablet yet. But it still falls short on some basic computing needs.
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New iPad Pro: Great Tablet, Still Can't Replace Your Laptop

More power, more features and a real USB port make Apple’s iPad Pro the best tablet yet. But it still falls short on some basic computing needs.

How Tesla Made a Record Profit

Tesla’s record quarter doesn’t look as good as its earnings release had suggested, in part since the biggest boost to profits came from the sale of government credits.
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How Tesla Made a Record Profit

Tesla’s record quarter doesn’t look as good as its earnings release had suggested, in part since the biggest boost to profits came from the sale of government credits.

Verizon to Break Up Wireless Unit in Reorganization

Verizon’s new CEO is restructuring the carrier’s business lines, including its massive wireless business, in one of the first major organizational changes under his leadership.
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Verizon to Break Up Wireless Unit in Reorganization

Verizon’s new CEO is restructuring the carrier’s business lines, including its massive wireless business, in one of the first major organizational changes under his leadership.

U.S. Girds for Possible Russian Meddling on Election Day

This year, voters will be casting ballots in what experts say will be the most secure U.S. election since the birth of the internet. But officials worry that Russia or others could deploy new, unpredictable tactics.
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U.S. Girds for Possible Russian Meddling on Election Day

This year, voters will be casting ballots in what experts say will be the most secure U.S. election since the birth of the internet. But officials worry that Russia or others could deploy new, unpredictable tactics.

Amazon Plans to Split HQ2 Evenly Between Two Cities

Amazon.com plans to split its second headquarters evenly between two locations rather than picking one city, a surprise decision that will spread the impact of a massive new office across a pair of communities.
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Amazon Plans to Split HQ2 Evenly Between Two Cities

Amazon.com plans to split its second headquarters evenly between two locations rather than picking one city, a surprise decision that will spread the impact of a massive new office across a pair of communities.

Facing iPhone Troubles, Apple Tries to Change the Story

In 2009, Steve Jobs took a swipe at Amazon.com’s Kindle, saying the online retailer’s decision not to report unit sales was evidence it wasn’t selling many reading devices. Now, Apple is following a similar path.
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Facing iPhone Troubles, Apple Tries to Change the Story

In 2009, Steve Jobs took a swipe at Amazon.com’s Kindle, saying the online retailer’s decision not to report unit sales was evidence it wasn’t selling many reading devices. Now, Apple is following a similar path.

Hate Speech on Live 'Super Chats' Tests YouTube

YouTube’s Super Chat, which allows users to pay to have comments amplified during streaming videos, generates revenue but can contain racist comments and hate speech.
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Hate Speech on Live 'Super Chats' Tests YouTube

YouTube’s Super Chat, which allows users to pay to have comments amplified during streaming videos, generates revenue but can contain racist comments and hate speech.

Google Workers' Walkout Signals Crisis of Faith in Company Culture

On Thursday, Google workers who took part in a walkout at the company’s offices around the world signaled a crisis in faith—one that, if widespread, could cause reputational harm, potentially affecting the Alphabet Inc. unit’s standing as an aspirationa
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Google Workers' Walkout Signals Crisis of Faith in Company Culture

On Thursday, Google workers who took part in a walkout at the company’s offices around the world signaled a crisis in faith—one that, if widespread, could cause reputational harm, potentially affecting the Alphabet Inc. unit’s standing as an aspirational workplace, risk experts and analysts said.

Alibaba Cuts Revenue Forecast, Citing Uncertain Economy

Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba cut its full-year revenue forecast by 4% to 6%, citing growing doubts about the economy as China’s expansion cools.
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Alibaba Cuts Revenue Forecast, Citing Uncertain Economy

Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba cut its full-year revenue forecast by 4% to 6%, citing growing doubts about the economy as China’s expansion cools.

Uber Details Safety Reforms for Its Embattled Self-Driving Vehicle Unit

Uber Technologies vowed to improve the safety of its self-driving vehicles as it looks to resume testing of the technology suspended earlier this year after one of its cars struck and killed an Arizona pedestrian.
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Uber Details Safety Reforms for Its Embattled Self-Driving Vehicle Unit

Uber Technologies vowed to improve the safety of its self-driving vehicles as it looks to resume testing of the technology suspended earlier this year after one of its cars struck and killed an Arizona pedestrian.

Apple Shares Stumble, but Company Keeps Trillion-Dollar Valuation

Apple shares stumbled as investors fretted over the iPhone maker’s financial outlook for the important holiday quarter and the company’s decision to stop reporting device unit sales.
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Apple Shares Stumble, but Company Keeps Trillion-Dollar Valuation

Apple shares stumbled as investors fretted over the iPhone maker’s financial outlook for the important holiday quarter and the company’s decision to stop reporting device unit sales.

Political Reality: Buy Ads on Facebook or Risk Losing the Election

Sharp criticism of Facebook by members of Congress has become a mainstay of this election cycle—even as most of those same representatives spend campaign funds on the site to target voters.
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Political Reality: Buy Ads on Facebook or Risk Losing the Election

Sharp criticism of Facebook by members of Congress has become a mainstay of this election cycle—even as most of those same representatives spend campaign funds on the site to target voters.

Tesla's Model 3 Rush Costs Battery Maker Panasonic

Tesla supplier Panasonic said its battery business lost money for the second consecutive quarter as production of the electric-car maker’s Model 3 sedan accelerated.
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Tesla's Model 3 Rush Costs Battery Maker Panasonic

Tesla supplier Panasonic said its battery business lost money for the second consecutive quarter as production of the electric-car maker’s Model 3 sedan accelerated.

Samsung Chalks Up Another Record, but Phones Are a Worry

Robust sales of memory chips and displays helped yield another record profit for Samsung in the third quarter, but the company’s outlook isn’t looking nearly as bright.
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Samsung Chalks Up Another Record, but Phones Are a Worry

Robust sales of memory chips and displays helped yield another record profit for Samsung in the third quarter, but the company’s outlook isn’t looking nearly as bright.

How to Get Political Ads Off Your Facebook Feed

With the midterm elections looming, you might not be wildly surprised your Facebook feed seems like it’s been taken over by political ads. Researchers say campaign-ad spending on the social network is up in these final weeks.
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How to Get Political Ads Off Your Facebook Feed

With the midterm elections looming, you might not be wildly surprised your Facebook feed seems like it’s been taken over by political ads. Researchers say campaign-ad spending on the social network is up in these final weeks.

Facebook Options Suggest Big Move in Stock

Stock investors stung by volatility this earnings season are betting that the tumult in technology shares will continue. Investors are pricing in outsize swings for Facebook, Apple and Alibaba, when the companies release their results.
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Facebook Options Suggest Big Move in Stock

Stock investors stung by volatility this earnings season are betting that the tumult in technology shares will continue. Investors are pricing in outsize swings for Facebook, Apple and Alibaba, when the companies release their results.