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Facebook to name first oversight panel members by year-end

Sep 17, 2019

Facebook says it expects to name the first members of a quasi-independent oversight board by year-end

Apple awards $250 million to supplier of glass for iPhones

Sep 17, 2019

Apple on Tuesday deepened its ties with a Kentucky manufacturing plant by awarding $250 million to support Corning Inc.'s continued work to develop glass for iPhones and other devices

Voting system components stolen from Atlanta election site

Sep 17, 2019

Two machines used to check voters into their voting location as part of Georgia's election system have been stolen from an Atlanta precinct

No Deal: Auto workers strike against GM in contract dispute

Sep 16, 2019

More than 49,000 United Auto Workers members walk out in contentious contract dispute with General Motors

Union votes to strike at General Motors' US plants

Sep 15, 2019

The roughly 49,000 United Auto Workers at General Motors' plants in the U.S. plan to go on strike just before midnight because contract talks have broken down

Egypt's el-Sissi dismisses corruption allegations

Sep 14, 2019

Egypt's president has dismissed corruption allegations made by a businessman-in-exile about the country's military as "sheer lies and defamation."

US stocks are mixed as health care gains, tech drops

Sep 13, 2019

U.S. stocks gave a mixed performance in early trading on Friday as health care, banks and industrial companies gained ground and offset a decline in technology stocks

EU competition chief hints at new data rules for tech firms

Sep 13, 2019

The European Union's powerful competition chief has indicated she's looking at expanding regulations on personal data, dropping an initial hint about how she plans to use new powers against tech companies

Training surgeons like dogs, icky money win 2019 Ig Nobels

Sep 12, 2019

Researchers who found surgeons can be trained the same way as animals, and scientists who examined the bacterial grossness of bank notes were among the winners of this year's Ig Nobel prizes

Pesticide criticized in bee deaths could also kill birds

Sep 12, 2019

Scientists studying a widely used pesticide say even small doses of the chemical can have crippling health effects on migrating birds, and it might be contributing to declines in their overall populations

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