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WSJ Technology
Feb 19, 2018

Facebook Battles New Criticism After Indictment Against Russians
Facebook is contending with a new wave of criticism prompted by the U.S. indictment alleging that Russia manipulated social-media platforms—and by a Facebook executive's attempts to address the issue.

WSJ Technology
Feb 19, 2018

The iPhone Is Losing Out to Chinese Devices in Asia
The iPhone X's steep price opens the door to cheaper options in Asian markets, and Chinese smartphone brands Xiaomi, Oppo and Vivo are grabbing market share.

WSJ Technology
Feb 18, 2018

For Tech Giants, Halting Russian Meddling Won't Be Easy
The U.S. indictment handed down against three Russian companies and 13 individuals suggests it won't be easy to stop any aggressive influence campaign in the run-up to the midterm election in less than nine months.

WSJ Technology
Feb 18, 2018

Like Peter Thiel, Tech Workers Feel Alienated by Silicon Valley 'Echo Chamber'
Billionaire venture capitalist Peter Thiel has said he plans to leave Silicon Valley in part because of its perceived cultural uniformity, joining other investors who have defected from the nation's high-tech cradle.

WSJ Technology
Feb 17, 2018

How the Russians Ran Their Election Propaganda Shop
The alleged Russian campaign to manipulate the U.S. presidential election was orchestrated by what amounted to a propaganda startup, with finance and graphics departments, performance targets and a sophisticated social-media strategy.

WSJ Technology
Feb 16, 2018

Judge Is Asked to Disallow Trump Bias Claims in AT&T Merger Trial
The Justice Department asked a federal judge not to allow AT&T Inc.'s defense of its proposed acquisition of Time Warner Inc. to include a claim that the Trump administration improperly challenged the deal for political reasons.

WSJ Technology
Feb 16, 2018

Are You a Bad Parent If You Rely On Parenting Tech?
Anxious to raise their kids the ‘natural' way, many parents shun innovative gadgets that might make life easier. But some tech can be your ally, argues one new mom.

WSJ Technology
Feb 16, 2018

Florida Shooter: When Social Media Foretells a Mass Shooting
Disturbing social-media posts apparently made by Nikolas Cruz before a deadly shooting spree have rekindled questions about what responsibilities and capabilities technology companies and law-enforcement authorities have for detecting threats among the billions of words, images and videos online.

WSJ Technology
Feb 16, 2018

When Social Media Foretells a Mass Shooting
Disturbing social-media posts apparently made by Nikolas Cruz before a deadly shooting spree have rekindled questions about what responsibilities and capabilities technology companies and law-enforcement authorities have for detecting threats among the billions of words, images and videos online.

WSJ Technology
Feb 16, 2018

Russians Charged With Interfering in U.S. Election
A Russian internet organization and 13 Russian nationals were indicted Friday by a federal grand jury on charges of seeking to interfere in the U.S. electoral process.

WSJ Technology
Feb 16, 2018

Parenting Tech: Is It 'Cheating' to Rely On It?
Anxious to raise their kids the ‘natural' way, many parents shun innovative gadgets that might make life easier. But some tech can be your ally, argues one new mom.

WSJ Technology
Feb 16, 2018

How 'Fortnite' Defied Convention and Became a Hit
"Fortnite" wasn't a big hit when it first came out as a $40 game. To attract players, Epic Games made an unusual decision: create a free version.

WSJ Technology
Feb 16, 2018

Publishers Warm to Google's Ad Blocker, but Chafe at Company's Power
Publishers are greeting the launch of Google's ad blocker with a mixture of relief and unease, pleased that it is purging intrusive ads but worried over the internet giant's power to quickly overhaul the industry.

WSJ Technology
Feb 15, 2018

White House Blames Russia For Massive 2017 Cyberattack
The White House blamed Russia for a massive cyberattack last year that crippled computer networks at multinational firms worldwide, vowing the hack would be met with "international consequences."

WSJ Technology
Feb 15, 2018

Roche to Acquire Healthcare-Software Company Flatiron for $1.9 Billion
Swiss pharmaceuticals giant Roche Holding S.A. agreed to buy the shares of oncology software company Flatiron Health Inc. that it doesn't already own for $1.9 billion, increasing its capabilities in cancer medicines.

WSJ Technology
Feb 15, 2018

Google Tests System to Help Locate 911 Callers
Alphabet Inc.'s Google tested of new technology in 50 U.S. 911 call centers aimed at making it easier for dispatchers to determine cellphone callers' locations, and participants said the results were promising.

WSJ Technology
Feb 15, 2018

Tech Luminary Peter Thiel Parts Ways With Silicon Valley
Billionaire investor Peter Thiel is relocating his home and personal investment firms to Los Angeles from San Francisco and scaling back his involvement in the tech industry, people familiar with his thinking said, marking a rupture between Silicon Valley and its most prominent conservative.

WSJ Technology
Feb 15, 2018

Trump's Budget Cuts Funding For Manufacturing Program
President Donald Trump's proposed budget calls for eliminating federal funding to a program that supports small manufacturers that the government has said created or protected more than 100,000 jobs in the last fiscal year alone.

WSJ Technology
Feb 15, 2018

AT&T Focuses on DOJ Official in Time Warner Trial
AT&T is considering an unusual bid to seek testimony from the Justice Department's antitrust chief in the coming trial over its $85 billion purchase of Time Warner, part of the companies' effort to challenge the legitimacy of the government's lawsuit.

WSJ Technology
Feb 14, 2018

Why That Blockbuster Isn't Coming to Your Home Theater Anytime Soon
Hollywood studios' push to make movies available for home viewing sooner after theatrical release at a premium price is a casualty of Disney's deal to acquire most of 21st Century Fox.

WSJ Technology
Feb 14, 2018

AT&T Focuses on DOJ Antitrust Chief in Time Warner Trial
AT&T is considering an unusual bid to seek testimony from the Justice Department's antitrust chief in the coming trial over its $85 billion purchase of Time Warner, part of the companies' effort to challenge the legitimacy of the government's lawsuit.

WSJ Technology
Feb 14, 2018

U.K. Says Russia Behind Cyberattack That Crippled Global Firms
British officials blamed Russia for last June's massive "Petya" cyberattack, which crippled computer networks at multinational firms including FedEx Corp., container-ship giant A.P. Moeller-Maersk A/S and pharmaceutical firm Merck & Co.

WSJ Technology
Feb 14, 2018

Cisco to Bring $67 Billion to U.S. After New Tax Law
Cisco Systems Inc. plans to bring $67 billion of its foreign cash holdings to the U.S. this quarter following recent changes to U.S. tax law, in one of the largest repatriation plans yet revealed.

WSJ Technology
Feb 14, 2018

Cisco Returns to Growth After Two-Year Sales Slump
Cisco Systems Inc. returned to revenue growth for the first time in more than two years and pledged to return more cash to shareholders as the networking-gear maker continues to focus on boosting how much money it generates from software and services.

WSJ Technology
Feb 14, 2018

Not Just Rockets? SpaceX gets Boost for Internet SatelliteVenture
A top U.S. regulator recommended approving SpaceX's plan to provide internet service through satellites, a move that could expand broadband availability across the U.S. and beyond.

WSJ Technology
Feb 14, 2018

Cisco Switches Back On
The network giant's old businesses help revive growth.

WSJ Technology
Feb 14, 2018

House Backs Bill That Would Benefit Fintech Partnerships With Banks
The House approved a bill that would make the resale of high-interest loans more attractive to third-party buyers such as debt collectors—and bolster fintech firms' partnerships with banks.

WSJ Technology
Feb 14, 2018

Google Will Block Spammy Ads (Just Not Many of Its Own)
Starting on Thursday, Google's Chrome browser will block certain types of online advertisements, a change Google is describing as user friendly. But some in the industry say the ad giant's move is self-serving, and they contend Google overly influenced the process that selected which ad types to block.

WSJ Technology
Feb 14, 2018

Why You Should Cut Cable---and What You'll Miss
YouTube TV's new lineup makes it the best internet-TV competitor to cable and satellite—but can a $40 plan ever stack up to your cable bundle?

WSJ Technology
Feb 14, 2018

How Google Benefits From Its Efforts to Block 'Annoying' Ads
Starting on Thursday, Google's Chrome browser will block certain types of online advertisements, a change Google is describing as user friendly. But some in the industry say the ad giant's move is self-serving, and they contend Google overly influenced the process that selected which ad types to block.

WSJ Technology
Feb 14, 2018

Uber Bucks Its Challenges to Notch Gains in Ridership and Revenue
Uber continued to boost ridership and revenue throughout last year, despite a punishing stretch that included a sexual harassment scandal, the resignation of its longtime chief and a blockbuster lawsuit from its primary rival in self-driving vehicles.

WSJ Technology
Feb 14, 2018

AT&T Targets DOJ Antitrust Chief in Time Warner Fight
AT&T is considering an unusual bid to seek testimony from the Justice Department's antitrust chief in the coming trial over its $85 billion purchase of Time Warner, part of the companies' effort to challenge the legitimacy of the government's lawsuit.

WSJ Technology
Feb 14, 2018

To Fill Jobs in a Tight Labor Market, Employers May Need to Get Creative
Employers, educators and policy makers are wrestling with how best to transfer workers' current skills into digital-ready skills and then prepare them for new opportunities. Answers are needed as jobs need to be filled.

WSJ Technology
Feb 14, 2018

Cisco Earnings: What to Watch
Cisco is scheduled to report fiscal second-quarter results after Wednesday's market close. It's expected to report adjusted earnings of 59 cents a share and revenue of $11.81 billion, up 2% from a year ago.

WSJ Technology
Feb 14, 2018

Baidu Bounces Back as Ad Revenue Rebounds
Chinese search giant Baidu is clawing its way back from a challenging year on the strength of advertising and its move to pare down its noncore businesses.

WSJ Technology
Feb 14, 2018

Netflix Signs Producer Ryan Murphy to Multimillion-Dollar Deal
In the latest sign of the escalating battle for talent in Hollywood, Netflix signed producer Ryan Murphy to a multiyear deal to create content exclusively for the streaming service.

WSJ Technology
Feb 13, 2018

Here's How You Can Profit From Major Cyberattacks
Cyberattacks are a growing risk for companies, but some investors are trying to turn them into a money making opportunity.

WSJ Technology
Feb 13, 2018

Uber Posts Fourth-Quarter Loss of $1.1 Billion on Higher Sales
Uber continued to boost ridership and revenue throughout last year, despite a punishing stretch that included a sexual harassment scandal, the resignation of its longtime chief and a blockbuster lawsuit from its primary rival in self-driving vehicles.

WSJ Technology
Feb 13, 2018

Baidu Considers IPO of Streaming Video Unit iQiyi
Baidu Inc. is considering listing online-video unit iQiyi in the U.S. as a separate public company while increasing investment in its mobile and artificial intelligence.

WSJ Technology
Feb 13, 2018

América Móvil Registers Fourth-Quarter Net Loss
Mexican telecommunications heavyweight América Móvil SAB registered a second straight net loss in the fourth quarter on an increase in financial costs and foreign exchange-related declines in revenue.

WSJ Technology
Feb 13, 2018

Google Must Shine More Light on its Cloud
Google is the world's second-largest company by market value. But even for huge businesses, little things can count for a lot—like, Google's cloud platform.

WSJ Technology
Feb 13, 2018

Xerox Defends Fujifilm Deal After Icahn Criticism
Xerox defended its deal with Fujifilm in a letter to shareholders a day after activist investor Carl Icahn said he would vote against the merger.

WSJ Technology
Feb 13, 2018

Amazon Hospital-Supply Push Marks Its Latest Move Into Health Care
Amazon is pushing to turn its nascent medical-supplies business into a major supplier to U.S. hospitals and outpatient clinics that could compete with incumbent distributors of items from gauze to hip implants.

WSJ Technology
Feb 13, 2018

Google's New AMP Stories Bring Snapchat-Like Content to Mobile Web
Alphabet's Google unveiled new technology that lets publishers create visual-oriented stories in a mobile-friendly format similar to the style popularized by Snapchat and Instagram.

WSJ Technology
Feb 13, 2018

Amazon's Latest Ambition: To Be a Major Hospital Supplier
Amazon is pushing to turn its nascent medical-supplies business into a major supplier to U.S. hospitals and outpatient clinics that could compete with incumbent distributors of items from gauze to hip implants.

WSJ Technology
Feb 13, 2018

NXP Deal Is Likely Qualcomm's Best Defense Against Broadcom
In Qualcomm's quest to avoid being swallowed by Broadcom, its best bet to remain independent may be completing its own giant acquisition. But it is running out of time.

WSJ Technology
Feb 13, 2018

Google's New AMP Stories Bring Snapchat-like Content to the Mobile Web
Alphabet Inc.'s Google unveiled new technology that lets publishers create visual-oriented stories in a mobile-friendly format similar to the style popularized by Snapchat and Instagram

WSJ Technology
Feb 12, 2018

Equifax Hires New Chief Information Security Officer
Equifax said it has hired a new chief information security officer to help with the company's overhaul of its security in the wake of its massive breach last year.

WSJ Technology
Feb 12, 2018

Snap's Head of Sales Leaving After Less Than Two Years
Snapchat parent said its head of sales, Jeff Lucas, is leaving the social-media company less than two years after joining from Viacom Inc.

WSJ Technology
Feb 12, 2018

Oracle Leaps Into the Costly Cloud Arms Race
Oracle plans to quadruple the number of its giant data-center complexes over the next two years, a move that could boost capital spending.

WSJ Technology
Feb 12, 2018

Big Batteries Are Taking a Bite Out of the Power Market
Giant batteries charged by renewable energy are beginning to nibble away at a large market: The power plants that generate extra surges of electricity during peak hours.

WSJ Technology
Feb 11, 2018

Unilever Threatens to Reduce Ad Spending on Tech Platforms That Don't Combat Divisive Content
Unilever says it will pull back advertising from popular tech platforms, including YouTube and Facebook, if they don't do more to combat the spread of fake news, hate speech and divisive content.

WSJ Technology
Feb 11, 2018

Nvidia's Cryptic Road Ahead
Nvidia seems to be selling all the chips it can make, and it has benefited from demand from videogamers and cryptocurrency enthusiasts.

WSJ Technology
Feb 11, 2018

China Leads Global Battery Race
Chinese companies dominate the cobalt supply chain that begins in Congo, giving them a huge advantage as electric-car production rises.

WSJ Technology
Feb 11, 2018

Broadcom Secures as Much as $100 Billion of Debt Funding for Qualcomm Bid
Broadcom sought the debt financing for its hostile bid for Qualcomm and enlisted two more big private-equity firms, strengthening the chip giant's hand in the takeover battle.

WSJ Technology
Feb 11, 2018

Bitcoin Mania Triggers Miner Influx to Rural Washington
Washington state has some of the cheapest power in the U.S. making it a magnet for bitcoin miners, who generate new units of cryptocurrencies—a process that requires vast amounts of electricity.

WSJ Technology
Feb 11, 2018

Rural Washington Is a Hot Spot for Bitcoin Miners
Washington state has some of the cheapest power in the U.S. making it a magnet for bitcoin miners, who generate new units of cryptocurrencies—a process that requires vast amounts of electricity.

WSJ Technology
Feb 10, 2018

What It Would Take for Amazon to Become UPS or FedEx
Amazon.com is a long way from reaching the scale of America's freight titans.

WSJ Technology
Feb 09, 2018

SoFi Reports Disappointing Earnings as Loan Performance Suffers
Customers of online lender Social Finance Inc. are missing their loan payments at an unexpectedly high rate, a misstep for a company that has boasted that its focus on high-earning individuals would yield better borrowers.

WSJ Technology
Feb 09, 2018

Nostalgic for the Atari-Era Arcade? Millennial Gamers Are Reinventing It
Though arcades all but disappeared years ago, crowds are gathering at special events to play artist-created games inspired by 1980s classics. Here's how to get in on the action

WSJ Technology
Feb 09, 2018

The Videogame Arcade Reinvented---No Quarters Necessary
Though arcades all but disappeared years ago, crowds are gathering at special events to play artist-created games inspired by Atari-era classics. Here's how to get in on the action

WSJ Technology
Feb 09, 2018

Uber Agrees Not to Use Waymo Technology in Self-Driving Cars
Uber Technologies and Alphabet's Waymo have settled their legal clash with Uber agreeing not to use Waymo's technology in self-driving cars.

WSJ Technology
Feb 09, 2018

The Computer Part People Are Hoarding: 'I Felt Like I Was Buying Drugs'
There's also lying and price gouging, prompted by the race to create cryptocurrencies, which is driving up cost of one specific type of hardware that's also prized by PC gamers.

WSJ Technology
Feb 09, 2018

As Online Schools Expand, So Do Questions About Their Performance
After years of steady growth, virtual schools are experiencing a blip as some states attempt to claw back public funds, citing student inactivity online, or force schools to close due to habitual poor performance.

WSJ Technology
Feb 09, 2018

GameStop Fires Two Executives Days After Naming New CEO
GameStop Corp. has fired both its chief operating officer and its executive vice president of strategic business and brand development just a few days after it named a new chief executive.

WSJ Technology
Feb 09, 2018

Amazon to Launch Delivery Service That Would Vie With FedEx, UPS
Amazon is preparing to launch a delivery service for businesses, positioning it to directly compete with United Parcel Service and FedEx.

WSJ Technology
Feb 09, 2018

NASA Prepares to Launch Plan B if Commercial Space Taxis Stall
The U.S. space agency is working on a novel fallback plan in case new commercial vehicles hit further delays in their schedule to begin ferrying U.S. astronauts into orbit.

WSJ Technology
Feb 09, 2018

Viacom Inches Closer to a Deal
Though still struggling, the media company is showing early signs of a turnaround and odds of a deal with CBS have risen.

WSJ Technology
Feb 09, 2018

Qualcomm and Broadcom Spar Over Latest Merger Proposal
Qualcomm rejected Broadcom's sweetened offer of more than $121 billion but opened the door for the first time to talks with its hostile suitor.

WSJ Technology
Feb 08, 2018

Didi Ties Up With SoftBank to Give a Lift to Japanese Taxi Companies
Chinese ride-hailing giant Didi Chuxing is teaming up with SoftBank Group Corp. to help Japan's taxi industry deploy cars more efficiently, in a move likely to stymie the ambitions of Uber in the country.

WSJ Technology
Feb 08, 2018

Satellite Operators Pitch Plan to Share Airwaves
Two top commercial satellite operators agreed to team up on a plan to clear some of their wireless spectrum for use by other companies, a move they say would spur new telecom investment.

WSJ Technology
Feb 08, 2018

The Corporate Giant Lurking Behind the Winter Olympics
Lee Kun-hee, Samsung's chairman and an Olympics bigwig, got out of prison just in time to launch a global lobbying campaign to secure the 2018 Winter Games for South Korea. The company is now ubiquitous.

WSJ Technology
Feb 08, 2018

What Tech Giant SoftBank Wants With Boring Old Reinsurer
The idea of a Japanese tech company spending $10 billion on a stake in a reinsurer sounds crazy, but when you think about Softbank's pursuit of Swiss Re, it starts to make frighteningly good sense.

WSJ Technology
Feb 08, 2018

Expedia Shares Slide as Costs Weigh on Bottom Line
Shares in Expedia Inc. plunged more than 18% in extended trading Thursday after the travel company reported earnings were hurt by increased spending.

WSJ Technology
Feb 08, 2018

Qualcomm Rejects Broadcom's Latest Proposal
Qualcomm rejected Broadcom's sweetened offer of more than $121 billion but opened the door for the first time to talks with its hostile suitor.

WSJ Technology
Feb 08, 2018

Get Ready for Higher Cellphone Bills
Cheap wireless plans might be harder to find this year, as the two most aggressive U.S. wireless carriers, Sprint and T-Mobile US, are signaling they will scale back discounting.

WSJ Technology
Feb 08, 2018

Trade Secrets and Theatrics: Inside theWaymo v. Uber Courtroom
A federal trial featuring two heavyweight technology companies is intriguing on its own. Toss in an unpredictable judge, A-list witnesses and some warlike rhetoric, and the legal battle between Waymo and Uber turns into a spectacle that offers a revealing look into Silicon Valley culture and personalities.

WSJ Technology
Feb 08, 2018

Get Ready for Higher Cellphone Bills in 2018
Cheap wireless plans might be harder to find this year, as the two most aggressive U.S. wireless carriers, Sprint and T-Mobile US, are signaling they will scale back discounting.

WSJ Technology
Feb 08, 2018

Brace Yourself for Higher Cellphone Bills in 2018
Cheap wireless plans might be harder to find this year, as the two most aggressive U.S. wireless carriers, Sprint and T-Mobile US, are signaling they will scale back discounting.

WSJ Technology
Feb 08, 2018

How Olympic Speed Skater Shani Davis Relies on 'World of Warcraft'
The gold-medal-winning speed skater on decompressing off the ice, baking Canadian cookies and adding electrolytes to steel-cut oatmeal.

WSJ Technology
Feb 08, 2018

Twitter Notches First Profit, and Shares Leap
Twitter reported its first profitable quarter as a publicly traded company, a welcome piece of news for a company that has long sought to make a viable business out of the eyeballs following its feeds.

WSJ Technology
Feb 08, 2018

The Man Who Bets Tencent's 'Moonshot' Money
Chinese internet giant Tencent says it wants to improve the world through technology. David Wallerstein, its chief exploration officer, is on it.

WSJ Technology
Feb 08, 2018

Twitter Posts Its First Profit
Twitter reported its first profitable quarter as a publicly traded company, a welcome piece of news for a company that has long sought to make a viable business out of the eyeballs following its feeds.

WSJ Technology
Feb 08, 2018

Tesla's Elon Musk Regains Bravado
Three months ago, Tesla Chief Executive Elon Musk warned of the company's production issues. On Wednesday, a day after his SpaceX rocket blasted into space, Mr. Musk was upbeat, again boldly predicting his company would make one million vehicles a year in 2020.

WSJ Technology
Feb 08, 2018

Canadian Tech Sector Thrives, but Struggles to Keep Its Talent
As Canada sees a resurgence in its tech sector, which is drawing interest from top U.S. players, policy makers try to encourage investment from big-name companies while nurturing its homegrown firms.

WSJ Technology
Feb 08, 2018

Nvidia Earnings: What To Watch
Nvidia Corp. is scheduled to announce earnings for its fiscal fourth quarter after the market closes Thursday.

WSJ Technology
Feb 08, 2018

Fintech Firms Look to Enter Banking Via Century-Old Tactic
Financial-technology firms eager to offer banking products are eyeing industrial loan company charters, a century-old model that fell out of favor during the financial crisis but could see a revival under the Trump administration.

WSJ Technology
Feb 08, 2018

Activision Blizzard Earnings: What to Watch
The videogame giant Activision Blizzard reports fourth-quarter financial results after the close of trading Thursday.

WSJ Technology
Feb 08, 2018

SoftBank in Talks to Buy Nearly a Third of Swiss Re
SoftBank Group is in advanced talks to buy a stake in reinsurance giant Swiss Re that could be worth $10 billion or more, in the latest example of the Japanese conglomerate's soaring ambitions.

WSJ Technology
Feb 08, 2018

TD Ameritrade to Allow Trading via Twitter
TD Ameritrade is letting customers initialize trades over Twitter, the latest attempt by the discount brokerage to attract digitally savvy and younger investors.

WSJ Technology
Feb 08, 2018

Amazon to Deliver Whole Foods Groceries
Amazon.com said it will start delivering Whole Foods groceries via its fastest delivery option in four markets, marking the first major integration between its e-commerce operations and its new brick-and-mortar grocery chain.

WSJ Technology
Feb 07, 2018

The Falcon Heavy: A Good Show, but Not Necessarily Great Business
The launch this week of SpaceX's mammoth Falcon Heavy rocket was a feat, but many in the space industry doubt it will bring the company big commercial business.

WSJ Technology
Feb 07, 2018

The Taxman Cometh: India Demands Crypto Cash
India's income tax department has issued 100,000 tax notices to cryptocurrency investors, in the latest sign of a government crackdown on the use of the digital money.

WSJ Technology
Feb 07, 2018

Bitcoin's Plunge Weighs on Coin Offerings
Bitcoin's roughly 70% selloff from the December peak to recent lows has weighed heavily on "altcoins" and especially the newer tokens created via initial coin offerings.

WSJ Technology
Feb 07, 2018

Tesla Says It Is Making Progress on Model 3 Production Issues
Tesla signaled it is making progress in overcoming its early production troubles building the Model 3 sedan, telling shareholders it expects to generate its first sustained operating profit sometime this year.

WSJ Technology
Feb 07, 2018

Tesla Posts Smaller-Than-Expected Loss, Touts Sale of More Than 100,000 Cars Last Year
Tesla reported a narrower fourth-quarter loss than expected, a promising sign that could ease some pressure on the electric car company as it tries to overcome months of production woes building its long-awaited Model 3 sedan.

WSJ Technology
Feb 07, 2018

Twitter Earnings: What to Watch
Twitter Inc. is scheduled to report fourth-quarter results before the market opens Thursday.

WSJ Technology
Feb 07, 2018

AT&T Plans IPO for Its Latin American TV Business
AT&T plans to separate most of its Latin American operations from its main business in an initial public offering that could raise billions of dollars for the U.S. carrier's core business.

WSJ Technology
Feb 07, 2018

Online Marketplace Linked to $530 Million in Fraud Shuts Down
Federal authorities shut down an online cybercrime forum they said was responsible for more than $530 million in fraud over seven years.

WSJ Technology
Feb 07, 2018

Victoria's Secret Boss Bets on a Radical Idea: Smartphones Will Fade
Leslie Wexner, an icon of 20th-century retailing, is the last man standing from a generation of merchants who brought fashion to the masses.

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