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  • Oracle has filed an appeal in its copyright lawsuit against Google
    Oracle has filed an appeal in its copyright lawsuit against Google
    Recode • 3mo

    Oracle has appealed a May ruling that favored Google’s use of software that Oracle claimed did not fall under fair use. The appeal, filed Friday, drags out a dispute that has roots going back to 2010, when Oracle first sued Google for using the software ...

  • James Tisch's epic explanation for why he's reluctant to buy back stock or acquire companies
    James Tisch's epic explanation for why he's reluctant to buy back stock or acquire companies
    Yahoo Finance • 4mo

    The economic recovery since the financial crisis has been notable for its lackluster pace of growth. Given the limited opportunities for growth, many companies have opted to deploy their excess cash by buying back stock, boosting dividends, or acquiring ...

  • Verizon Offers Unlimited Data as Wireless Competition Heats Up
    Verizon Offers Unlimited Data as Wireless Competition Heats Up
    Bloomberg • 3mo

    Verizon Communications Inc., the biggest U.S. wireless provider, will start selling a package that includes unlimited data, a tacit acknowledgement that smaller competitors have struck a chord with consumers who want to stream video without worrying about ...

  • Debunking #5 Myths About A Business Loan
    Debunking #5 Myths About A Business Loan
    Entrepreneur • 3mo

    Are you tossing the pros and cons of taking a business loan? Perhaps a bit anxious about the implications? Or maybe unfamiliar about the process involved? If you want a loan to expand your business, improve your cash flow, buy inventory, invest in office ...

  • Trump undertakes most ambitious regulatory rollback since Reagan
    Trump undertakes most ambitious regulatory rollback since Reagan
    Washington Post • 3mo

    President Trump has embarked on the most aggressive campaign against government regulation in a generation, joining with Republican lawmakers to roll back rules already on the books and limit the ability of federal regulators to impose new ones. After just ...

  • There Were Fewer Worker Strikes and Lockouts in the Past Decade Than Used to Happen Every Year
    There Were Fewer Worker Strikes and Lockouts in the Past Decade Than Used to Happen Every Year
    The Wall Street Journal Blogs • 3mo

    The strike has become a very rarely used tool for labor unions to extract better contracts or treatment from employers. Fewer major work stoppages occurred in the past 10 years than happened annually each year from 1947 to 1981, according to new data from ...

  • “The Relentless Pace of Automation”
    “The Relentless Pace of Automation”
    MIT Technology Review • 3mo

    Artificial intelligence could dramatically improve the economy and aspects of everyday life, but we need to invent ways to make sure everyone benefits. Last October, Uber had one of its self-­driving trucks make a beer run, traveling 200 kilometers down ...

  • A plan to clean up Britain’s toxic air
    A plan to clean up Britain’s toxic air
    The Economist online • 4mo

    GAZING out over London’s chimneys, Liverpool’s docks or Edinburgh’s spires can cloud a tourist’s judgment. Air pollution “plagues” Britain, says one UN official. The capital is particularly nasty, and compares poorly with other European cities ...

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