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Tech giants angry over Trump immigration order

Google has asked staffers who may have been affected by a new executive order on immigration to return to the US quickly, joining a growing number of technology executives voicing concerns over restrictions that could

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Why Medium failed to disrupt the media

Ev Williams, the co-founder of Twitter, spent five years building Medium into one of the slickest publishing platforms on the Web. Yet he found himself in traditional publishing purgatory on Wednesday, cutting 50 employees and

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More turmoil at troubled Twitter

Twitter’s chief technology officer is leaving, another blow to the social media company’s top ranks just weeks after its chief operating officer resigned. Adam Messinger, who has been CTO since 2013, also

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Why Snap won’t crackle and pop

Snap, the parent company of Snapchat is looking to go public with an initial public offering in March 2017. Snap has filed its intentions secretly with the US Securities and Exchange Commission

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Snapchat files for IPO

Snap, the parent company of Snapchat, has filed confidentially for an initial public offering, according to people familiar with the matter. Snapchat filed papers with the US Securities and Exchange Commission before last week’s US presidential election

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Twitter cracks down on hate speech

Twitter has announced new measures to crack down on the hate speech and online abuse pervading its social media platform. In the wake of a contentious US election, the micro-blogging site has seen its

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Trump vows to keep tweeting

Donald Trump credits social media with a key role in his upset victory in the US presidential election and may continue to use it once he takes office, though he plans to be more circumspect. “I’m going to be very restrained, if I use it at

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Twitter COO exit adds to its dysfunction

Twitter can’t seem to go more than a week without a belly flop. The company’s top priority is adding users, but it hasn’t lured many of them. Revenue shifted from perky to pokey. One potential buyer after another ran screaming from

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