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The Last Time We Stood On The Brink https://seekingalpha.com/article/4175439-last-time-stood-brink?source=feed May 18, 2018 - The similarities between three years ago and today.Remembering the bear market that wasn't and what we can learn from it.Postcards from the edge from various segments of the market.
WSJ: Google sets meetings with publishers over GDPR concerns https://seekingalpha.com/news/3358021-wsj-google-sets-meetings-publishers-gdpr-concerns?source=feed_news_all May 18, 2018 - Google (GOOG, GOOGL) is planning meetings with publishers at four of its global offices in the coming week to hear concerns over preparations for Europe's General Data Protection Regulation, the WSJ
Alphabet Roundup: I/O Event, Gov't Pro A.I., Irish Vote, More http://www.zacks.com/stock/news/304188/alphabet-roundup-i-o-event-govt-pro-ai-irish-vote-more?cid=CS-ZC-FT-304188 May 18, 2018 - Alphabet had an eventful week with its I/O developers' conference, a positive White House meeting, a decision to ban Irish referendum ads and Waymo projections from UBS.
BlackBerry: The Roller Coaster Ride Is Not Yet Over https://seekingalpha.com/article/4175390-blackberry-roller-coaster-ride-yet?source=feed_tag_short_ideas May 18, 2018 - At the Google I/O 2018 developer conference, we got to see Volvo's sleek XC40 running native Android in its infotainment system.This is a direct attack on BlackBerry's bread and butter infotainment bu
How Google, Facebook will adapt to Europe's new privacy law http://www.startribune.com/business/483034411.html May 18, 2018 -
This is how much a typical worker makes at Google, Facebook, Intel, Twitter, Salesforce and other big Bay Area tech employers http://feeds.bizjournals.com/~r/industry_17/~3/aR9027HY1sE/median-pay-fb-goog-intc-ebay-nvda-tsla-twtr-crm.html May 18, 2018 - Just how much some of the Bay Area’s biggest technology employers — including Facebook, Alphabet, Inc., Salesforce.com and Twitter — pay their workers is slowly coming to light. That's thanks to new federal financial reporting rules that require many public companies to calculate and disclose median worker pay, and how that compares to the CEO's compensation. You can see how 20 of the region's biggest tech employers — including Netflix, eBay, GoPro, PayPal Holdings, Box, Zynga, ServiceNow,…
Alphabet -1.5% ahead of critical "60 Minutes" episode https://seekingalpha.com/news/3357903-alphabet-minus-1_5-percent-ahead-critical-60-minutes-episode?source=feed_news_all May 18, 2018 - Alphabet (NASDAQ:GOOG) shares slip 1.5% premarket due to a planned “60 Minutes” story that will air Sunday.The show will feature critics who claim Alphabet has stifled competitio
China Denies Cutting Trade Deficit; NAFTA Deal Nowhere Near (Wall Street Breakfast Podcast) https://seekingalpha.com/article/4175361-china-denies-cutting-trade-deficit-nafta-deal-nowhere-near-wall-street-breakfast-podcast?source=feed_all_articles May 18, 2018 - Get today's Wall Street Breakfast in podcast form to listen on the go. Today's top stories: Today's top stories: China denies offering to cut the U.S. trade deficit; NAFTA countries are nowhere near a
Google defends Fiber rollout in Atlanta but admits it's slow http://feeds.bizjournals.com/~r/industry_7/~3/lGafXd0aH8A/google-defends-fiber-rollout-in-atlanta-but-admits.html May 18, 2018 - Wi-Fi, the Internet, the World Wide Web: They're a blessing in this day and age. However, like all things, there are some headaches involved (as anyone who's ever set up their internet at home and been on the phone with tech support for two hours would know). WABE, Atlanta's NPR affiliate, reported Google Fiber has given Atlantans more migraines than others in this recent story that's picking up speed around town. Residents and politicians alike have begun to question the reality of Google…
Wall Street Breakfast: Chinese Trade Talks In Washington https://seekingalpha.com/article/4175344-wall-street-breakfast-chinese-trade-talks-washington?source=feed_tag_wall_st_breakfast May 18, 2018 - China's Foreign Ministry shot down reports overnight stating Beijing offered to slash the U.S. trade deficit by up to $200B, a move that was seen as benefiting U.S. aircraft maker Boeing (NYSE:BA), a

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