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Thirty-four US service members have been diagnosed with traumatic brain injuries following the Iranian missile attack on US forces in Iraq earlier this month, Pentagon... [Read More]
SAP was the subject of criticism from some customers over a decision to end support for software running on third-party databases like Oracle. [Read More]
Takeaway.com said the U.K. competition regulator has "reconsidered its position" on its planned takeover of Just Eat. [Read More]
Uber has signed an agreement with Nissan to introduce a fleet of 2,000 Leaf hatchbacks for its drivers. [Read More]
Uber is better equipped than its competitors to turn ride-hailing into a profitable business, the company's CEO told CNBC. [Read More]
The central banks of Britain, Japan, the euro zone, Sweden and Switzerland have grouped up to assess potential use cases for digital currencies. [Read More]
US Central Command announced Tuesday that additional US troops who were serving a base in Iraq that was struck by Iranian missiles earlier this month... [Read More]
Nasdaq's CEO said U.S. inaction on climate change is "not necessarily a good thing" and has left a "hole" for companies to fill in. [Read More]
Ericsson CEO Borje Ekholm refuted claims that China's Huawei is leading the pack on 5G. [Read More]
The social media giant's chief operating officer, Sheryl Sandberg, will announce the new jobs in London on Tuesday. [Read More]
German HR start-up Personio just secured a $75 million funding round led by Accel, which values the company at close to $500 million. [Read More]
Lufthansa is partnering with Google Cloud in an effort to minimize the impact of flight delays and other irregularities on its passengers. [Read More]
The biggest penalty under GDPR to date was a fine of 50 million euros imposed on Google, according to law firm DLA Piper. [Read More]
France is bringing in new rules on employee stock options to lure in talent and compete with the U.S.' top tech hub. [Read More]
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