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Facebook hires professor who Johns Hopkins fired after he stormed a building occupied by protesters

Facebook hires professor who Johns Hopkins fired after he stormed a building occupied by protesters

Facebook told CNBC it has hired Daniel Povey, a speech recognition researcher who was fired this week from Johns Hopkins University.

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American Airlines wins permanent court block against alleged disruption by mechanics

American Airlines wins permanent court block against alleged disruption by mechanics

A U.S. federal court on Monday issued a permanent injunction against American Airlines Group's mechanics union, which the airline had accused of illegal slowdowns it said had devastated its...

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Former taxi commissioner sees more cities adopting New York’s tough rules on Uber and Lyft

Former taxi commissioner sees more cities adopting New York’s tough rules on Uber and Lyft

Meera Joshi, former head of the New York City Taxi and Limousine Commission, told CNBC on Monday that she predicts more cities are going to adopt TLC's rules on ride-hailing companies.

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Verizon sells Tumblr to WordPress owner six years after Yahoo bought it for $1.1 billion

Verizon sells Tumblr to WordPress owner six years after Yahoo bought it for $1.1 billion

Verizon is selling Tumblr to Automattic, the company that owns WordPress.

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Retired Adm. Stavridis: Hong Kong protests could reduce China’s ability to execute a trade deal soon

Retired Adm. Stavridis: Hong Kong protests could reduce China’s ability to execute a trade deal soon

Retired Adm. James Stavridis says the protests in Hong Kong could reduce the ability to execute a trade deal between U.S. and China soon.

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Apple took us on a surreal walk through San Francisco, looking at digital art on an iPhone

Apple took us on a surreal walk through San Francisco, looking at digital art on an iPhone

San Francisco looks different through an iPhone XS Max — it's still a city, but now there are floating balls of fabric, speech bubbles, and words popping out from the trees and buildings.

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Dow drops 390 points and slips back below 26,000 as bond yields decline

Dow drops 390 points and slips back below 26,000 as bond yields decline

Stocks fell on Monday as bond yields resumed their August spiral lower, raising concerns about the state of the economy.

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The big wealth transfer is coming. Here’s how to make sure younger generations are ready.

The big wealth transfer is coming. Here’s how to make sure younger generations are ready.

You've decided what you want to leave to your heirs, but have you looped them in on your plans? Take these steps to make sure your money lasts for generations to come.

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Uber falls to all-time low as investors grow more skeptical

Uber falls to all-time low as investors grow more skeptical

Shares of Uber continued to sink on Monday, posting its lowest close ever, after the company reported disappointing second-quarter results last week.

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FBI searches Jeffrey Epstein’s home in Virgin Islands

FBI searches Jeffrey Epstein’s home in Virgin Islands

News of the search came days after Jeffrey Epstein, a former friend of Presidents Donald Trump and Bill Clinton, died from an apparent suicide while in jail in Manhattan, where he faced child sex...

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