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Facebook admits that most people on Facebook have their profile data.

Was not affected by Facebook's open-door data sharing JOSH EDELSON / Getty Images Facebook's chief engineer, Mike Schroepfer, wrote on Wednesday that he believes most Facebook users have received their public profile data from third parties The many revelations and announcements the company made this week when it tried to explain itself to the public after the analaytica scandal in …

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Bill Ackman needs a big win on ADP or another target to stop the bleeding

Competing activist Bill Ackman will have to make a big profit this year on Automatic Data Processing (ADP) or another target, or he will continue to experience substantial redemptions as investors continue to try to flee his fund. That's after the Wall Street Journal on Thursday, citing sources, has reported that many investors in its Pershing Square Capital Management LP …

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Samsung expects to expand its revenue Hot Streak

. 5 April 2018 21:20 ET Seoul- Samsung electronics Co. Operating results were higher than ever in the first quarter, outperforming analysts and continuing to record the company's record results. The world's largest smartphone and semiconductor maker, Friday, said operating income of 15.6 trillion South Korean won (14.7 USD) for the quarter increased 58% from 9.9 trillion a year earlier. …

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Facebook Sandberg calms advertisers after a break from a few

Sheryl Sandberg, Chief Operating Officer of Facebook Inc., outlined the way she reacted to a privacy crisis by explaining for the first time that some advertisers have cut spending and their team has a long way to go, to calm suspicious customers. 19659002] "We've seen a few advertisers pause with us and ask the same questions people ask," Sandberg said …

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Facebook Building 8 explored the sharing of data with hospitals

Exploratory efforts to share medical data were led by an interventional cardiologist named Freddy Abnousi, who calls his role on LinkedIn "leading top secret projects." It was the responsibility of Regina Dugan, head of Facebook's Building 8 project group, before leaving in October 2017. Facebook's pitch, according to two people who have heard of it and one who is familiar …

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Virgin Galactic records successful supersonic test flight

Virgin Galactic has successfully launched its rocket-propelled SpaceShipTwo on Thursday in a supersonic test flight high above the Mojave Desert. It's the company's first powered flight since an accident in 2014 that destroyed an earlier model and killed one of its pilots. Launched from Mojave Air and Space Port, the new missile aircraft, known as VSS Unity, by The Spaceship …

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Dunkin 'Donuts Debuts & # 39; Donut fries & # 39;

Dunkin's & # 39; Donuts introduced "Donut Pommes" and fans love it. (Dunkin donuts) Dunkin 'Donuts has combined all the favorite mornings and afternoons to a highly addictive mash-up: donut fries. The sugary confectionery is part of Dunkin's new $ 2 snack card, the Munchkin dippers, waffle-breaded chicken tenders, pretzel bites, and brownies. However, the menu is currently only available …

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Target to pay $ 3.7 million in racial bias

Target has agreed to pay a $ 3.7 million settlement in a lawsuit claiming racial bias in background checks, according to new court records. The settlement was filed Thursday in Manhattan Federal Court, alongside a class action lawsuit Carnella Times and Erving Smith claimed in their complaint that they had received conditional employment offers from Target – which were later …

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Congress calls on FCC not to overthrow the poor from the Internet

This site can earn affiliate commissions through the links on this page. Terms of Use The outcry over the FCC's efforts to end net neutrality in the US has been loud and persistent, but a complex administrative change could have even worse consequences for many Americans low-income households without access to Internet, neutral or not Congress is pushing the FCC …

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