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    Amazon is once again asking the National Labor Relations Board to direct thousands of the company's warehouse workers at an Alabama facility to cast votes in-person on whether to form a union, rather than by mail, despite the ongoing pandemic.
     
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    Intel investors and analysts got their first glimpse at incoming CEO Pat Gelsinger's vision for the company during its earnings call on Thursday.
     
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    Loon, a subsidiary of Google's parent company Alphabet, is winding down its operations.
     
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    In a new financial document released just hours after he left the White House, former President Donald Trump disclosed Apple CEO Tim Cook once gave him a $5,999 Mac Pro computer.
     
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    Google says it will shut down its search engine in Australia if a controversial bill designed to benefit the news media becomes law.
     
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    Balanced on two wheels without a protective shell, riding a motorbike is far more dangerous than driving a car -- but innovations in airbags could help keep motorcyclists safe.
     
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    Last February, a group of Instacart employees who worked as in-store shoppers at a Mariano's grocery store in Skokie, Illinois, voted to unionize in a historic moment for the gig economy.
     
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    A federal judge has denied Parler's request for a court order blocking Amazon from kicking the social media app off its platform, marking yet another setback in Parler's efforts to get back online.
     
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    Donald Trump's future on Facebook and Instagram is now up in the air.
     
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    Google will pay news publications in France for the use of their content online in a landmark agreement that could soon be replicated elsewhere in Europe under new copyright laws.
     
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    China says that it is a "victim" of misinformation after Twitter restricted the account of the Chinese embassy in the United States.
     
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    Pat Gelsinger has a massive task ahead of him when he takes over as Intel CEO next month.
     
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    Jack Ma just made his first public appearance in months as his tech empire continues to face scrutiny from Chinese regulators.
     
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    For years, believers of the QAnon conspiracy theory had been waiting for the moment when a grand plan would be put into action and secret members of a supposed Satanic pedophilia ring at the highest ranks of government and Hollywood would suddenly be exposed, rounded up and possibly even publicly executed. They were nearly always sure it was right around the corner, but "The Storm" never came — and the moment of Joe Biden's inauguration was the last possible opportunity for President Donald Trump to put the plan in motion.
     
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    Amazon wasted no time to reach out to newly installed US President Joe Biden about prioritizing its essential workers in his administration's vaccine distribution plans.
     
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    The White House website has a special message for IT folks who know where to look -- and it could lead to a job with the government.
     
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    Chinese automaker Geely has just announced another big tie-up in its quest to build the cars of the future.
     
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    The man who calls the shots at Samsung was just sent to prison for the second time in less than five years. Even if the South Korean tech giant can keep its day-to-day business humming in his absence, the verdict is still likely to cast a long shadow.
     


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