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  • Tech-Support Scams Prompt Google to Act

    Google is taking action to weed out scam artists who advertise on its platform aiming to defraud customers seeking technical support by masquerading as authorized service agents for companies such as Apple.

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  • Elon Musk Faces His Own Worst Enemy

    The visionary entrepreneur seeks to ferry mankind to Mars and investors to prosperity. His ego may be all that stands in the way.

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  • U.S. Hedge Fund Seeks Board Shake-Up at Toshiba

    New York-based King Street has proposed new independent directors at Toshiba, the first indication of dissatisfaction among the foreign funds that bought into the Japanese industrial conglomerate last year.

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  • San Francisco Denies Scooter Permits for Bird, Lime, Uber and Lyft

    The nation’s tech capital dealt a blow to the largest shared-scooter companies on Thursday, awarding two smaller startups exclusive rights to rent the electric-powered vehicles for a year in a decision that could change the course of the nascent market.

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  • Tech Giants Target Accounts Linked to Iran

    Google, Facebook and Twitter are zeroing in on Iran, scrubbing their online networks of fake accounts, videos and social-media posts by the rising cyber adversary aimed at spreading misinformation.

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  • Intuit CEO Brad Smith to Step Down

    Sasan Goodarzi, who is currently general manager of Intuit’s small-business and self-employed group, is set to become CEO on Jan. 1. The company also reported a 17% increase in revenue.

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