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If you like MacBooks, you should take a look at the Surface Laptop 2. It’s thin and light, just like you expect from a MacBook, but even beats Apple at some new features. For one, it has a touchscreen display. It’s convenient to be able to reach out and tap an icon or switch an
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More than four months after San Francisco removed electric scooters from the roads, they’re finally back — but not exactly how we remember them. Two start-ups, Scoot and Skip, dropped their kick scooters in San Francisco on Monday, after winning permits from the city to operate their vehicle fleets. Back when scooters flooded the sidewalks
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Over in Asia, stocks followed the mixed sentiment on Wall Street, struggling to find direction amid fears over global economic growth. In the U.S., investors have been anxiously watching the debt markets, concerned by surging interest rates. However, bond yields were seen paring gains overnight, with U.S. 10-year and 30-year Treasury yields coming off multi-year
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Angi Homeservices announced Tuesday that it is appointing Chief Product Officer Brandon Ridenour as its new CEO. Current CEO Chris Terrill will stay in the role until the end of the year, at which point he will step down from the position as well as from his role on the board. Angi Homeservices was created
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Zillow’s foray into home-flipping has not been paying off for the online real estate broker, CNBC’s Jim Cramer lamented on Monday after Zillow’s stock lost 1.73 percent. “Investors … don’t want an interest-rate-sensitive company that owns homes; they bought Zillow because it’s a high-margin, asset-light online real estate play with a fabulous multi-year growth story,”
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Cloudera and Hortonworks’ upcoming merger could put the combined company on a par with — or even a step above — legacy software-and-cloud provider Oracle, Cloudera CEO Thomas Reilly told CNBC on Friday. “A lot of the excitement about this merger is people expect us to be the next Oracle,” Reilly, who will become CEO
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Ratings agency Moody’s has warned that if Britain crashes out of the European Union (EU), it could threaten the health of the continent’s aerospace and defense firms. In an update to the markets on Wednesday, Moody’s identified firms including Rolls-Royce, Airbus and Leonardo Spa as major European companies that would be most impacted by changes
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