Austin Bomber Described Himself as a 'Psychopath'
Mark Conditt, the serial bomber who terrorized Austin, Texas, this month, showed no remorse in a taped confession recovered by police and described himself on the recording as a “psychopath,” officials said.
A Top Candidate for New York Fed’s Leader: San Francisco’s
The president of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York is set to retire this year. One possible replacement is John Williams, who has led the San Francisco Fed since 2011.
U.K. watchdog assessing evidence from Cambridge Analytica raid
Britain is investigating whether Facebook, the world's largest social media network, did enough to protect data.
Hashtag Open House
Influencers in Los Angeles and New York are saving us from dreary old open houses. Maybe you can get some cheap rent out of your Snapchat?
Hedge fund Glenview ups stake in Sharpie maker Newell Brands
BOSTON (Reuters) - Hedge fund Glenview Capital Management on Friday said it now owns 5.6 percent of Newell Brands Inc, announcing its increased stake just days after the maker of Sharpie markers and...
How calls for privacy may upend Google and Facebook
Internet companies were built on a model in which people gave up their information for free services. Now, that idea is under siege.
The Builder of One of the World's Largest Airports Revives IPO
Limak Investments, which is part of a group building Istanbul’s new six-runway airport, is considering an initial public offering later this year or next, rekindling a plan it shelved in 2011 after equity markets tumbled.
Who is Christopher Wylie, the guy giving Facebook headaches?
Christopher Wylie is the former Cambridge Analytica employee who first revealed the company’s misuse of users’ data. Here’s what you need to know about him.
Waymo CEO says its tech would have handled Uber self-driving incident safely
LAS VEGAS (Reuters) - The head of Alphabet Inc's autonomous driving unit, Waymo, said on Saturday that the company's technology would have safely handled the situation confronting an Uber self-driving vehicle last week when it struck a pedestrian, killing her.
Sen. Marco Rubio tells students he does not agree with the March For Our Lives
Filed under: News , Politics , Congress On a day when hundreds of thousands of people marched in support of the Parkland, Florida, school shooting survivors, one senator took time to tell those students he does not support their cause. This article originally appeared on HuffPost . Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
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