Tech execs slam Trump administration's decision to end DACA

Tech executives ranging from Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg to Google CEO Sundar Pichai have slammed the White House’s decision to end DACA, an immigration policy founded by the Obama administration in 2012.

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Tech execs condemn Charlottesville violence as Trump denounces KKK, white supremacists

Tech execs ranging from Apple CEO Tim Cook to Intel Brian Krzanich have tweeted their dismay and frustration regarding the Charlottesville protests that ended in violent tragedy.

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Why Nokia could get big bucks for its Here digital mapping business

Maps have become a crucial centerpiece of a host of digital technologies and businesses, ranging from smartphones to cars. Now there’s a major bidding war pitting software companies, Internet firms, and automakers against one another to acquire one of the foremost mapping companies in the world.

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6 traits successful entrepreneurs share

As a writer at The Idea Village in New Orleans, I’ve interviewed dozens of entrepreneurs, ranging from new founders of fledgling companies to seasoned leaders who have launched several successful businesses.

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John Oliver Explains 'Net Neutrality' With a Few Choice Words


Sectors of society ranging from public interest groups to Google and Facebook oppose the FCC’s mid-May passage of new Net neutrality rules. However, they’re going about the issue all wrong, comedian John Oliver said in a rant on Net neutrality. “The cable companies have figured out the great truth of America: If you want to do something evil, put it inside something boring,” Oliver said. “That’s why advocates should not be talking about protecting Net neutrality; they should call it preventing cable company f*ckery, because that’s what it is.”

The original article can be found here: http://www.ecommercetimes.com/story/80546.html?rss=1

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