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|Earnings date||7 Feb 2019|
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|1y target est||34.60|
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey says he was “aware of the human rights atrocities and suffering in Myanmar,” responding to criticism over his tweets about his meditation retreat in the country that did not mention the plight of Rohingya Muslims. Grace Lee reports.
Twitter chief Jack Dorsey came under fire earlier this week when he posted a series of tone deaf tweets celebrating his recent birthday retreat in Myanmar, a country ravaged by political violence and whose government is accused of widespread genocide and ethnic cleansing. Now, he's responded to criticism of his tweets -- where he encouraged people to visit Myanmar to experience the people who were "full of joy" -- claiming that he didn't mean to undermine the "human rights atrocities and suffering" in the country.
Pivotal Software's (PVTL) third-quarter fiscal 2019 results benefit from strong sales of its cloud-native platform and strategic services.
Gillian Brockell, a Washington Post opinion video editor, wrote an open letter addressed to "Tech Companies" asking them to change their ad targeting practices after she continued to be served motherhood ads after having a stillbirth.
Sacca's plans come during a seismic shift in how political movements and causes are funded and organized, largely through online entities. The Democrats' success with such platforms in this year's midterm cycle has left Republicans scrambling for answers.
Facebook’s (FB) Workplace subsidiary is now ISO 27018 certified, showing that Workplace takes its customers’ data security seriously. It also became ISO 27001 certified last year, another milestone highlighting its focus on data privacy and security, a major sticking point for companies in the digital era. Workplace specializes in corporate networking, providing companies with tools to let their workers network and collaborate online. Unlike its parent, Facebook, which relies on advertising dollars, Workplace makes money by selling subscriptions for its services.
Last month, Facebook (FB) launched a career-development service, Learn with Facebook. The service is aimed at job seekers. It provides mentorship and job listings. With the launch of the career-development service, Facebook seems to be pursuing LinkedIn’s share of the job seeker market. In addition to operating a professional networking platform, Microsoft-owned (MSFT) LinkedIn provides career-development services and paid subscriptions. The Learn with Facebook service is currently free.
Sign-ups for Affordable Care Act coverage are low this year and Democrats are blaming changes that took effect this year. The Trump administration scaled back the program's ad budget by 90 percent to $10 million last year.
Anbang Insurance has sold its 35 per cent stake in a Chinese bank, the latest asset disposal by the conglomerate whose global shopping spree shook the world of private equity before its chairman was jailed ...
The US is considering warning its citizens about increased risks when travelling to China, as calls grow for the release of a Canadian former diplomat who was detained in Beijing following the arrest of a senior executive of the Chinese telecoms group Huawei. , an adviser to the International Crisis Group, a non-profit policy research organisation, was detained on Monday. By contrast, Beijing has been publicly cordial towards Washington as it tries to reach a detente after months of trade friction.
The lesson from the extraordinary “Donald, Nancy and Chuck show” broadcast live from the White House this week was that the path to bipartisanship will be very rocky. the House of Representatives in the midterm elections, Mr Trump and Nancy Pelosi, the top House Democrat, extended olive branches to each other. What was expected to be a private debate turned into a public brawl as Mr Trump let the media record a fight over who would bear the blame for a government shutdown if Congress failed to pass spending bills by a December 21 deadline.
Liu He, the top Chinese economic official, conveyed the decision to Steven Mnuchin, US Treasury secretary, and Robert Lighthizer, US trade representative, in a call on Monday evening, according to a person familiar with the details of the conversation. since the truce was agreed at the G20 summit in Argentina, with investors questioning whether the US and Chinese presidents would make substantive progress in the three-month ceasefire.
Donald Trump is willing to intervene in the case of a detained Huawei executive if it would benefit US national security or help secure a significant trade deal with China. , the chief financial officer of the Chinese telecoms company who was detained in Canada last week after a US extradition request. “If I think it’s good for what will be certainly the largest trade deal ever made, which is a very important thing, what’s good for national security, I would certainly intervene if I thought it was necessary,” Mr Trump told Reuters.