Stock markets in Asia and Europe fell on Monday, as did U.S. futures and crude prices, as investors worried about the fallout of social unrest in China.
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What Sheryl Sandberg’s Exit Reveals About Women’s Progress in Tech
Silicon Valley is losing one of its most visible, outspoken and powerful women. Any gains have been incremental at best.
Verizon Sells AOL and Yahoo to Apollo for $5 Billion
Verizon offloaded its media business to Apollo Global Management in a deal valued at $5 billion as the mobile phone giant focuses on building out its 5G network.
Verizon Near Deal to Sell Yahoo and AOL
In making the deal with the private equity firm Apollo, Verizon is acknowledging that it couldn’t compete with Google and Facebook for digital ads. Instead, it will concentrate on building a 5G network.
Why Do We Let Corporations Profit From Rape Videos?
With help from Google and PayPal, XVideos lets people leer at the worst moment in a child’s life.
Yahoo Answers Is Shutting Down
People used Yahoo Answers to ask weird questions, seek help and make jokes. But the service offered “real human reaction, for better or for worse,” one longtime observer said.
Why GameStop Reminds Mark Cuban of the ’90s
The billionaire says the current stock market is reminiscent of the first dot-com boom. “Everybody’s a genius in a bull market — until they’re not.”
With Hacks and Cameras, Beijing’s Electronic Dragnet Closes on Hong Kong
Under a new national security law, the police are targeting the social media accounts of executives, politicians and activists. American internet giants are struggling to respond.