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Mark Zuckerberg's biggest challenge yet

What's next for Big Tech? Kara Swisher one of the most connected reporters in the technology industry, will join us on Thursday at 11am for our next DealBook Debrief conference call. She will discuss how tech giants cope with the political and cultural storm of freedom of speech, the risks and opportunities created by the pandemic and more. R.S.V.P. here …

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Google sued to collect huge amounts of user data

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Vanguard Long-Term Bond ETF: A Safe 2.5% Yield Bond Fund to Own in the Short Term (NYSEARCA: BLV)

ETF Overview The Vanguard Long-Term Bond ETF (BLV) focuses on long-term US Treasuries and US Treasury bond loans. Although the Fund has significant interest rate risk given the portfolio's long average maturity, this risk is low given that the Federal Reserve will not raise the policy rate anytime soon unless COVID-19 can be quickly contained. Meanwhile, investors can earn some …

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Zoom revenue as large as video meets pandemic norm

Zoom on Tuesday reported that revenue rose sharply as the video conferencing service became a popular way to work or socialize while being submerged due to the coronavirus pandemic. Zoom said it made $ 27 million in revenue, jumping 169 percent to just over $ 328 million in the financial quarter ended April 30. In the same quarter of the …

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Republicans join in backlash over Donald Trump's tactics

Donald Trump faced Republican criticism and a rare reprimand from a former top military officer after police used tear gas on peaceful protesters Monday to clear the way for the US president to leave the White House and pose for a picture holding a Bible in front a church nearby. After threatening to deploy soldiers on U.S. streets on Monday, …

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Kareem Abdul-Jabbar on the murder of George Floyd, protests

Basketball Hall of Famer Kareem Abdul-Jabbar said it is "important" to continue talking about racism and police brutality against black people in America after the murder of George Floyd, an unarmed black man in Minnesota. "This is not a new release; this has happened," Abdul-Jabbar said. "We must all be respected by the people who enforce the law. And it …

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Time to take the vacation off?

Editor's Note: This preview is about taking a leave of college because of the disruption caused by Covid-19. Next week, we ask, "What is one thing most peers can't understand about police violence, the Black Lives Matter movement or riots across America?" Students must click here to submit opinions in fewer than 250 words before June 9th. The best answers …

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The government's Coronavirus relief plan leaves large employers

Some of the companies that the direct government programs miss – think Gap, Dell Technologies and Kraft Heinz – are household names with enormous manpower. If such companies were to have trouble accessing cash, it could lead to job cuts, the researchers said. But there is a reason that the business assistance programs have avoided directly investing in more debt-laden …

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China delayed significant coronavirus information

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