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  • The 19 best big companies to work for in 2019, according to Glassdoor
    Yahoo Finance7 hours ago

    The 19 best big companies to work for in 2019, according to Glassdoor

    Employer review website Glassdoor released its annual “Best Places to Work” report, consisting of the top 100 large companies to work for going into 2019.

  • Google heads to the Hill — What to know in the week ahead
    Yahoo Finance12 hours ago

    Google heads to the Hill — What to know in the week ahead

    Google heads to Washington, and everything else you need to know for the week ahead.

  • The Wall Street Journal46 minutes ago

    [$$] Elon Musk Lobs New Criticism at SEC

    The terms of the agreement call for Tesla before the end of the month to have in place new oversight of his communications that might be considered material or cause movement of the company’s stock. Last month, Mr. Musk stepped down as chairman of Tesla as part of his settlement with the SEC. Tesla’s shares initially soared, only to plummet in subsequent days after it became clear Mr. Musk didn’t have a deal finalized.

  • Reuters50 minutes ago

    Australian watchdog calls for more scrutiny of Google, Facebook

    Australia's competition watchdog on Monday recommended a new regulatory body be set up to monitor tech giants Facebook Inc and Alphabet Inc's Google and their dominance of the online advertising and news markets. The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) said in a preliminary report on the U.S. firms' market power that extra oversight was justified to ensure advertisers were treated fairly and the public access to news was unfettered.

  • Here is What Hedge Funds Are Thinking About Merck & Co., Inc. (MRK)
    Insider Monkey1 hour ago

    Here is What Hedge Funds Are Thinking About Merck & Co., Inc. (MRK)

    Amid an overall market correction, many stocks that smart money investors were collectively bullish on tanked during the fourth quarter. Among them, Amazon and Netflix ranked among the top 30 picks and both lost around 20%. Facebook, which was the second most popular stock, lost 14% amid uncertainty regarding the interest rates and tech valuations. […]

  • Australian regulator says probe of tech giants spurs five investigations
    Reuters2 hours ago

    Australian regulator says probe of tech giants spurs five investigations

    Australia's competition regulator says it has five investigations afoot as a result of its examination of the market power and public influence of tech giants such as Facebook Inc and Alphabet Inc's Google. ...

  • Google, Facebook Face Australia Crackdown Over Market Power
    Bloomberg2 hours ago

    Google, Facebook Face Australia Crackdown Over Market Power

    In a preliminary report released Monday, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission said a new or existing watchdog should investigate and monitor how large digital platforms rank and display adverts and news. “The ACCC considers that the strong market position of digital platforms like Google and Facebook justifies a greater level of regulatory oversight,” Chairman Rod Sims said in a statement.

  • Elon Musk slams SEC, says Tesla’s critics have been ‘unfair’ and ‘outrageous’
    MarketWatch2 hours ago

    Elon Musk slams SEC, says Tesla’s critics have been ‘unfair’ and ‘outrageous’

    The Tesla boss explains to Leslie Stahl on “60 Minutes” how the haters are missing the whole point when it comes to the future of his electric car company. He also talks about his childhood and the future of electric cars.

  • Musk suggests Tesla's new chairwoman won't rein him in
    Associated Press3 hours ago

    Musk suggests Tesla's new chairwoman won't rein him in

    Tesla CEO Elon Musk dismissed the idea that the company's new chairwoman can exert control over his behavior. Robyn Denholm, an Australian telecommunications executive, was appointed chairwoman of Tesla's board last month, replacing Musk as part of as part of a securities fraud settlement with U.S. government regulators. "It's not realistic in the sense that I am the largest shareholder in the company," Musk said in an interview with CBS' "60 Minutes," broadcast Sunday evening.

  • Reuters3 hours ago

    Huawei arrest stokes fears of China reprisals among America Inc executives

    HONG KONG/SHANGHAI, Dec 7 (Reuters) - At a closed-door security meeting of U.S. companies in Singapore on Thursday, one topic was high on the agenda: the arrest of a top executive at Chinese tech giant Huawei and the potential backlash on American firms operating in China. Officials from major U.S. companies who attended the event, a scheduled meeting of the local chapter of the U.S. Department of State's Overseas Security Advisory Council (OSAC), voiced concerns about retaliation against American firms and their executives, two people with knowledge of the meeting said. A number of attendees said their companies were considering restricting non-essential China travel and looking to move meetings outside the country, one of the people added.

  • CNBC3 hours ago

    Elon Musk says Tesla would consider buying idled GM plants, takes swing at the SEC on 60 Minutes

    Tesla CEO Elon Musk said Tesla would consider buying unused GM plants in a wide-ranging interview on 60 Minutes. Musk reiterated his lack of respect for the SEC. Tesla would consider buying the factories General Motors GM said it intends to idle, CEO Elon Musk said in an interview that aired on "60 Minutes" Sunday night.

  • Reuters3 hours ago

    Australian watchdog calls for more scrutiny of Google, Facebook

    Australia's competition watchdog on Monday recommended a new regulatory body be set up to monitor tech giants Facebook Inc and Alphabet Inc's Google and their dominance of the online advertising and news markets. The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) said in a preliminary report on the U.S. firms' market power that extra oversight was justified to ensure advertisers were treated fairly and the public access to news was unfettered.

  • The Wall Street Journal3 hours ago

    [$$] Amazon’s Cloud Hasn’t Obscured Microsoft

    Amazon.com Inc. might seem to have a comfortable lead in the cloud. Analysts note that some of the new services Amazon’s AWS business announced last week at its annual re:Invent conference seemed aimed at competing offerings from Microsoft Corp. Most notable was a service called AWS Outposts, which is designed to allow companies to use Amazon’s services within their own private networks as well as on Amazon’s public cloud network. This approach—commonly called “hybrid cloud”—is widely considered to be the most important segment of the fast-growing cloud-computing market.

  • The Wall Street Journal3 hours ago

    [$$] Silicon Valley Helped Build Huawei. Washington Could Dismantle It.

    American companies have been crucial in helping Huawei Technologies Co. become the world’s dominant telecommunications player. Silicon Valley giants from Intel Corp. to Broadcom Inc. and Qualcomm Inc. are top suppliers of Huawei, which buys their components to make equipment such as base stations and routers and Huawei mobile phones. Qualcomm and Intel are also working with Huawei on its development of next-generation 5G technologies, a field in which the Chinese company’s aim to be a global leader has alarmed some in Washington.

  • The Wall Street Journal3 hours ago

    [$$] Facebook Always Meant Business

    Among the more notable revelations from the British government’s dump of internal Facebook emails on Wednesday was this: In the fall of 2012, Facebook Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg was keenly interested in making money. At the time, Mr. Zuckerberg was leading a newly public company already fetching a market value of around $50 billion—already more than many of the media and technology businesses he was in the process of displacing.

  • The Wall Street Journal3 hours ago

    [$$] Facebook Censors at Random

    If you used Facebook in late November, you probably saw a stream of fundraising campaigns for charities and cultural organizations. In response to public scrutiny stemming from the Cambridge Analytica scandal this year, Facebook has implemented enforcement measures aimed at improving election security and discouraging anonymous political messages. Several paid advertising campaigns run by my colleagues and clients have been inexplicably obstructed by Facebook’s policing in the past several months.

  • 4 Facts About Apple's Fastest-Growing Catalyst
    Motley Fool4 hours ago

    4 Facts About Apple's Fastest-Growing Catalyst

    Hint: It's not the tech giant's services business.

  • No "Production Hell" for Chinese Tesla Rival NIO As Deliveries Climb
    Motley Fool4 hours ago

    No "Production Hell" for Chinese Tesla Rival NIO As Deliveries Climb

    Deliveries jumped in November, putting NIO within easy reach of its 2018 guidance.