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Google Business NewsMay 26, 2018
The GDPR privacy law happened, and all I got were these lousy emails - CNET


Your inboxes might be flooded with privacy policy emails. Have you read any of them? Getty Images. "We're updating our Privacy Policy." "Updates to Our Privacy Policy." "Announcing updates to our privacy policy." "Your data privacy: Please take action!".

MarketWatchMay 26, 2018
The Wall Street Journal: U.S. to allow another 15,000 unskilled foreign workers on temporary H-2B visas
Range of businesses—including fisheries, landscapers and those in summer tourist spots—have complained about worker shortages.

Reuters BusinessMay 26, 2018
Oil output could return to October 2016 level, says Russia's Novak
MOSCOW (Reuters) - A return to the oil production levels that were in place in October 2016, baseline for the current deal to cut output, is one of the options for easing curbs, Russia's energy minister said on Saturday.

Google Business NewsMay 26, 2018
Elon Musk may never deliver a $35000 Model 3—and that would actually be great news for Tesla - Business Insider

Business Insider

Tesla CEO Elon Musk admitted that selling a $35,000 version of the Model 3 would be a disaster for the company. The base Tesla Model 3 is now planned for deliveries in late 2018 or early 2019. Musk has to do this to save the company from ruin, even if
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Google Business NewsMay 25, 2018
Trump appears to confirm deal on Chinese firm ZTE - The Hill

The Hill

... Seattle Seahawks player: Trump is 'an idiot' for saying protesting NFL players 'shouldn't be in the country' MORE late Friday appeared to confirm that his administration had reached a deal to put Chinese telecommunications company ZTE back in business.
Trump says ZTE wi

Google Business NewsMay 25, 2018
Stocks Dip as Oil Prices and Energy Companies Fall Sharply - U.S. News & World Report

U.S. News & World Report

A sharp drop in crude oil prices sends energy companies skidding to their worst losses in months, weighing down the broader stock market. May 25, 2018, at 4:39 p.m.. May 25, 2018, at 4:39 p.m.. More. U.S. News & World Report. Stocks Dip as Oil Prices

Reuters Company NewsMay 25, 2018
UPDATE 6-U.S. reaches deal to keep China's ZTE in business -congressional aide
WASHINGTON, May 25 (Reuters) - The Trump administration told lawmakers the U.S. government has reached a deal to put Chinese telecommunications company ZTE Corp back in business after it pays a significant fine and makes management changes, a senior congressional aide said on Friday.

Reuters BusinessMay 25, 2018
U.S. reaches deal to keep China's ZTE in business: congressional aide
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Trump administration told lawmakers the U.S. government has reached a deal to put Chinese telecommunications company ZTE Corp back in business, a senior congressional aide said on Friday.

UPDATE 5-U.S. reaches deal to keep China's ZTE in business -congressional aide (Reuters Company News)

Reuters Company NewsMay 25, 2018
EMERGING MARKETS-Brazilian stocks sink amid crippling truckers' strike
(Updates prices, adds details on Mexican peso) SAO PAULO, May 25 (Reuters) - Brazil's main stock market fell to a five-month low and its real currency weakened on Friday as the fifth day of a truckers' protest over fuel prices hobbled a wide range of industries from aviation to agribusiness. The key auto sector ground to a halt, as did Santos, Latin America's largest port, while grocers' aisles went understocked and long lines formed outside gas stations. In the afternoon, the fede

Google Market NewsMay 25, 2018
ZTE's devices future could be just as uncertain if denial order is lifted - RCR Wireless News

RCR Wireless News

Confusion between ZTE's networks business and devices business could hurt the company's prospects even if the trade dispute is resolved. Even as President Trump has seemingly become personally involved in the U.S. Commerce department's ban on ...

Yahoo BusinessMay 25, 2018
Trump takes steps to ease firing of federal workers
President Donald Trump on Friday signed a trio of executive orders to overhaul the federal bureaucracy by making it easier to fire federal workers for poor performance and misconduct, requiring that departments and agencies negotiate better union contracts and limiting the amount of time certain federal workers can spend on union business. "These executive orders will make it easier for agencies to remove poor performing employees and ensure that taxpayer dollars are more efficiently used," Andrew Bremberg, Trump's chief domestic policy adviser, told reporters at a briefing.

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