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US regulators dump net neutrality rules

The U.S. Federal Communications Commission voted along party lines on Thursday to repeal landmark 2015 rules aimed at ensuring a free and open internet, setting up a court fight over a move that could recast the digital landscape.

Written by Reuters15 Dec. 17 09:25

Can new Infosys chief executive heal the hurt?

Investors on Monday cheered the appointment of Infosys Ltd's new chief executive, in hopes the Indian IT services firm can move past a costly boardroom spat, though questions remain over how the new boss will navigate strained corporate ties internally.

Written by Reuters06 Dec. 17 09:34

Facebook debuts messenger app for kids

Facebook rolled out Messenger Kids, an app that lets the world's biggest social media company expand into a so-far untapped market of kids under 13 while also giving parents complete control over what their children see.

Written by Reuters05 Dec. 17 10:10

Global tech stocks soar as big brands report gains

Soaring shares of Apple Inc, Alphabet Inc and Tencent Holdings Ltd this year have made technology a top global performer, with few signs that investors are worried that rising valuations might be increasing the risk of a downturn.

Written by Reuters29 Nov. 17 10:22

Uber CEO reveals massive 2016 data breach

Uber failed to disclose a massive breach last year that exposed the data of some 57 million users, its new CEO has revealed.

Written by Reuters22 Nov. 17 11:07

IBM's value could rise: Barron's

IBM could be the next blue-chip company with a rising valuation, according to a report in financial publication Barron's.

Written by Reuters20 Nov. 17 09:22