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WikiLeaks Says CIA Hacks on Apple Devices Can PersistNew documents from WikiLeaks point to an apparent CIA program to hack Apple's iPhones and Mac computers using techniques that couldn't be disabled by resetting devices to factory conditions.
Is ‘Phubbing’ A Frustration In Your Love Life? You’re Not Alone Studies are beginning to show what you may already know: Having a loved one who’s obsessed with his or her smartphonecan cause problems in your relationship.
Verizon Sought $925 Million Penalty for Yahoo's Lax SecurityVerizon demanded a $925 million discount on its acquisition of Yahoo's online services to help offset the damage from the biggest data breaches in internet history. It ultimately settled on a $350 million concession.
Airlines Expect to Cancel Thousands of Flights Due to StormU.S. airlines have already canceled about 5,300 flights Monday and Tuesday as a late-winter storm is expected to dump enough snow to disrupt travel in the Northeast.
Intel Drops $14B on Mobileye in Race for a Driverless FutureIntel will buy Israel's Mobileye in a deal valued at just over $14 billion, the latest push by a major tech company to advance autonomous vehicles that could change the way traffic moves globally.
Lawyered Up? A Look at What Florida Has Spent Money OnThe Associated Press has documented that since Gov. Rick Scott took office in 2011, agencies under his control as well as the Florida Legislature and Cabinet officials have spent more than $250 million on private attorneys. Here's a look at some of the spending on outside lawyering Florida taxpayers have had to pay for under Republican leadership.
Volkswagen Pleads Guilty in US Diesel Emissions ScandalVolkswagen pleaded guilty Friday to conspiracy and obstruction of justice in a brazen scheme to get around U.S. pollution rules on nearly 600,000 diesel vehicles by using software to suppress emissions of nitrogen oxide during tests.
Women Go On Strike in US to Show Their Economic CloutSome American women stayed home from work, joined rallies or wore red to demonstrate their economic clout Wednesday as part of a multitude of International Women's Day events held around the globe.
Bird Flu Found at Tyson Foods Chicken SupplierTens of thousands of chickens have been destroyed at a Tennessee chicken farm due to a bird flu outbreak, and 30 other farms within a six-mile radius are being quarantined.
Silicon Valley High School Makes $24 Million from Snap IPOA private Catholic high school in California's Silicon Valley that made $24 million from an initial public offering of shares in Snap Inc. will use the windfall for financial aid, professional development, teacher training and funding of school programs, the school's president said Friday.
Snap Stock to Debut Thursday After Better-Than-Expected IPOThe company behind the popular messaging app Snapchat is expected to start trading Thursday after a better-than-expected stock offering.
Starbucks CEO Says Chain Ready to Enter Italy After 35 YearsStarbucks CEO Howard Schultz's vision for the chain was largely inspired by the coffee bars he saw on his first trip to Milan more than three decades ago. But it took the company growing to about 26,000 stores in 75 countries to win the credibility he felt necessary to make the leap into the country that gave espresso to the world.

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