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Tuesday, July 17, 2018

Cambridge Analytica's Facebook data was accessed from Russia, MP says

The now infamous Facebook data set on tens of millions of Americans gathered by a Cambridge University scientist for a firm that went on to worked for Donald Trump's 2016 campaign was accessed from Russia, a British member of parliament tells CNN.

Published 7:23 PM

Cambridge Analytica's Facebook data was accessed from Russia, MP says

The now infamous Facebook data set on tens of millions of Americans gathered by a Cambridge University scientist for a firm that went on to worked for Donald Trump's 2016 campaign was accessed from Russia, a British member of parliament tells CNN.

Published 6:50 PM

Tech analyst tells Elon Musk: Time to take a break from Twitter

"Your behavior is fueling an unhelpful perception of your leadership -- thin-skinned and short-tempered," an analyst wrote in an open letter to Musk

Published 6:15 PM

Texas Instruments CEO resigns over 'personal behavior'

Brian Crutcher, a 22-year veteran of the company, just took over as CEO last month.

Published 5:46 PM

Boeing looked into the future. Here are 3 things it saw

Here's the forecast for the next 20 years of air travel.

Published 4:23 PM

Netflix stock is tanking, but Hollywood would kill for its problems

The service still has 130 million customers around the world.

Published 3:25 PM

Univision executive Isaac Lee exits amid company changes

Isaac Lee became known for his role in shepherding Univision's move into digital and English content.

Published 3:21 PM

Investors should breathe easy — for now

Despite the potential for volatility, investors should breath easy — for now.

Published 2:41 PM

Texas to pass Iraq and Iran as world's No. 3 oil powerhouse

The shale oil boom has brought a gold rush mentality to Texas, home to two massive oilfields.

Published 2:18 PM

Commentators slam Trump for summit performance

President Donald Trump is facing backlash from both sides after his comments at the summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Helsinki, Finland.

Published 2:06 PM

Judge vacates order requiring Los Angeles Times to alter published story

The judge's decision came only days after he had ordered the Times to remove details from a story regarding a police officer who pleaded guilty to charges that he lied to federal investigators.

Published 1:58 PM

Trump finds few defenders as news media covers his 'betrayal'

The tone of Monday and Tuesday's news coverage suggested that there will be long memories of the Helsinki press conference.

Published 1:36 PM

Is a Papa John's takeover on the menu?

Papa John's is struggling to get over a PR crisis created by its founder. If the company doesn't turn around sales and profits soon, it could find itself vulnerable to being gobbled up by a larger restaurant company.

Published 1:04 PM

CEOs are dumping stock in their companies. Here's what that means

Selling by corporate insiders has climbed to the highest level in a year, even as CEOs push through record levels of stock buybacks.

Published 11:59 AM

PACIFIC • Reed Hastings Loses His Rubber Stamp

The New Netflix Narrative • Premium Add-Ons • Rupert Murdoch's Sinclair Win • M&A Uncertainty • Sony Keeps One

Published 11:48 AM

Netflix lands its first hits in India. It needs many more

Original content is generating momentum for Netflix in India, a market that is key to its future success

Published 11:47 AM

CNN, other outlets show solidarity with LA Times over judge's order to alter story

The Reporters Committee for the Freedom of the Press called for a reversal of the district court's ruling over the weekend, describing it as "unconstitutional."

Published 11:30 AM

Amazon's Prime Day is off to a red hot start, despite glitches

Despite tech glitches, Amazon Prime Day has been a huge success so far.

Published 11:19 AM

With the Jaguar I-Pace, electric SUVs are off to a great start

It's good looking, practical and fun to drive. There's not much to complain about in Jaguar's first all-electric vehicle.

Published 10:47 AM

'Dark Money' shines light on politics, journalism in Citizens United age

A new documentary explores the corrosive effects of anonymous big-money political donors and what happens when journalistic watchdogs experience death of a thousand cutbacks.

Published 10:46 AM

Fed's Powell: Best way forward is to keep raising rates

The Fed chairman sticks to the central bank's plan for gradual rate increases.

Published 10:08 AM

Goldman Sachs' next CEO is a part-time electronic dance DJ

David Solomon, the successor to Lloyd Blankfein at Goldman Sachs, isn't your typical investment banker.

Published 9:33 AM

EU and Japan sign trade deal covering a third of the world's economy

The European Union and Japan signed a huge free trade deal on Tuesday that covers 600 million people.

Published 9:02 AM

Goldman Sachs names David Solomon as next CEO

David Solomon will succeed longtime CEO Lloyd Blankfein as the head of Wall Street powerhouse Goldman Sachs.

Published 8:10 AM

Walmart and Microsoft team up to fight Amazon

Walmart will boost its use of Microsoft's cloud services and work with the tech firm on artificial intelligence and machine learning projects. The common enemy is Amazon.

Published 8:08 AM

Looking for a home in Berlin or Budapest? Prepare to pay more

Europe took 11 of the top 20 spots on a ranking of cities with the largest price increases in the first quarter, according to global property agency Knight Frank.

Published 7:27 AM

Corona's parent sharpens pitch to Hispanic drinkers

Constellation Brands bought Four Corners Brewing company last week.

Published 7:25 AM

A researcher studied a year of public Venmo transactions. Here's what she learned

Hang Do Thi Duc, a coder and privacy researcher based in Berlin, analyzed over 200 million public transactions on Venmo from 2017.

Published 5:31 AM

Netflix and sell; Amazon misfire; Big tech hearing

Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day.

Published 5:12 AM

Late night tries to explain Trump-Putin summit

Late night hosts went after President Donald Trump for his comments made during the summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Helsinki, Finland.

Published 4:43 AM

'Helsinki has frozen over': Late night blasts Trump-Putin summit

Jimmy Kimmel, Stephen Colbert and the rest of late night mocked Monday's Trump-Putin summit.

Published 1:22 AM