• Morning News: August 17, 2018

    3 monthes ago - By Crossing Wall Street

    Greece Set to Exit Bailout, Still Faces Daunting Challenges
    After Edging Away From Abyss, Turkey Faces New U.S. Threats
    In Shadow of Mt. Etna, Europe Makes a Last Stand for Solar
    China, Unsure of How to Handle Trump, Braces for ‘New Cold War'
    Russian Oil Industry Would Weather U.S. ‘Bill From Hell'
    Elon Musk, Amid Tesla Furor, Tells of ‘Most Difficult' Year
    ‘Weaponized Ad Technology': Facebook's Moneymaker Gets a Critical Eye
    Walmart Just Put Amazon on Notice
    Constellation Brands Is Now High Risk: Management Goes Rogue
    Nvidia's Crypto Gold Rush Goes Bust in Lackluster Forecast
    J.C. Penney...
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  • Tesla Probes, Walmart Wins, Nvidia Trips: CEO Daily for August 17, 2018

    3 monthes ago - By Fortune

    Good morning. David Meyer here in Berlin, filling in for Alan.
    Google's ambitions for building censor-friendly Chinese search and news aggregation apps face an enemy within. There had already been rumblings about employee discontent, but now the internal pushback against the “Dragonfly” initiative is plain to see.
    As initially reported by The New York Times , as many as 1,400 Google employees have signed a letter complaining that they “currently...do not have the information required to make ethically-informed decisions” about their work, projects, and employment.
    They aren't happy that...
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