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    Twitter has defended its policy of labeling tweets that are potentially misleading or which glorify violence, days after it began applying such warnings to President Donald Trump's posts for the first time.
     
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    The Zoom boom is real.
     
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    A recent survey from the National Bicycle Dealers Association found that 83% of shops are concerned about their inventory levels. Bike manufacturers are struggling to keep up.
     
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    Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg sought on Tuesday to ease employee outrage over his inaction on incendiary remarks recently posted by President Donald Trump.
     
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    A Twitter account that tweeted a call to violence and claimed to be representing the position of "Antifa" was in fact created by a known white supremacist group, Twitter said Monday. The company removed the account.
     
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    Before a pandemic forced millions around the world into lockdown, the phrase "video conferencing" generally conjured up an image of stuffy corporate meetings with people unable to physically be in the boardroom.
     
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    Civil rights leaders condemned Facebook's inaction on a recent series of controversial posts from President Donald Trump following a conversation Monday between their groups and top Facebook execs, including CEO Mark Zuckerberg and COO Sheryl Sandberg.
     
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    NetEase is set for an IPO on the Hong Kong stock market next week, as tensions between the US and China intensify.
     
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    The walkout comes alongside a rare wave of public dissent from Facebook employees on Twitter.
     
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    Sony is postponing its PlayStation 5 game launch event in light of protests and demonstrations over the death of George Floyd.
     
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    AMD's Lisa Su was the highest-paid CEO of a company in the S&P 500 last year.
     
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    When Elon Musk founded SpaceX in 2002, the company's assigned goal was to get humans into space. But it's not over yet.
     
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    In coming hours and days you'll likely hear the claims: "outside forces," perhaps even Russians, are mobilizing online to inflame tensions and stoke violence as protests sweep America following the death of George Floyd, the unarmed black man who died Monday at the hands of Minneapolis police officers .
     
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    In a 2004 interview with CNN, SpaceX CEO Elon Musk discussed his ambitions to partner with NASA and to one day send people into space.
     
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    SpaceX and NASA are, once again, gearing up to try to make history by launching two astronauts into Earth's orbit.
     
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    Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg explained Friday night why his company would take no action on posts in which President Trump threatened "looting" in Minneapolis would lead to "shooting." That explanation came roughly 16 hours after Twitter did take action and despite Zuckerberg's having previously told Congress that posts inciting violence would not be tolerated on Facebook.
     
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    There is no turning back for Twitter now. The only way out is through.
     
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    Videos and photos are surfacing of thousands of Uber's Jump bikes and scooters stripped of parts and crammed into trucks to be scrapped.
     


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