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Bloomberg Technology - Bloom Energy CEO Expects More Companies to Turn to Microgrids

Bloom Energy CEO Expects More Companies to Turn to Microgrids

Bloom Energy Corp. Chief Executive Officer K.R. Sridhar discusses the rise of clean energy and the fallout from PG&E's bankruptcy with Bloomberg's Emily Chang on "Bloomberg Technology."
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Bloomberg Technology - How the USDS Is Bridging the Government-Tech Gap

How the USDS Is Bridging the Government-Tech Gap

U.S. Digital Service Administrator Matt Cutts discusses using tech to improve federal services, the increased global scrutiny facing big technology firms and tech employee protests over work with the U.S. military.
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Bloomberg Technology - Why Kidfluencers' YouTube Marketing Could Be a Minefield for Google

Why Kidfluencers' YouTube Marketing Could Be a Minefield for Google

YouTube's success with marketing to children has created an ethical and perhaps even legal minefield for its owner Google Inc.
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Bloomberg Technology - EU Fining Google Won't Change Much, Kelkoo U.K. CEO Says

EU Fining Google Won't Change Much, Kelkoo U.K. CEO Says

Kelkoo.com U.K. Chief Executive Officer Richard Stables discusses the European Union's decision to fine Google Inc. for thwarting advertising rivals.
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Bloomberg Technology - Rakuten CEO Sees Japan as 'Different Market' for Amazon

Rakuten CEO Sees Japan as 'Different Market' for Amazon

Rakuten Chief Executive Officer Hiroshi Mikitani discusses competition in Japan from Amazon.com Inc. and Softbank Corp.
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Bloomberg Technology - Meet the Harvard Dropout With a Plan to Fix College Admissions

Meet the Harvard Dropout With a Plan to Fix College Admissions

Rebecca Kantar, Imbellus Inc. founder, discusses her plan to fix the college admissions process.
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Bloomberg Technology - Zynga Is a Mobile-First and 'Platform Agnostic' Company, CEO Says

Zynga Is a Mobile-First and 'Platform Agnostic' Company, CEO Says

Zynga Inc. Chief Executive Officer Frank Gibeau discusses the mobile gaming landscape and the company's licensing deals.
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Bloomberg Technology - Why PayPal Is Partnering With Instagram

Why PayPal Is Partnering With Instagram

Instagram is testing a shopping feature, called Checkout, as a new source of income for parent Facebook Inc.
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Bloomberg Technology - Apple Rolls Out First Update to IMac Since 2017

Apple Rolls Out First Update to IMac Since 2017

Apple Inc. introduced the first update to its iMac all-in-one desktop computer since mid-2017.
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Bloomberg Technology - Facebook's Role in Politics Keeps Growing, Cross Screen Media CEO Says

Facebook's Role in Politics Keeps Growing, Cross Screen Media CEO Says

Cross Screen Media Chief Executive Officer Michael Beach and Bloomberg's Tom Giles discuss President Donald Trump's claims that social media companies are silencing conservative voices and the amount presidential candidates are spending on Faceboo...
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Bloomberg Technology - Facebook to Block Discriminatory Ads in Legal Accord

Facebook to Block Discriminatory Ads in Legal Accord

Facebook Inc. said it will make major changes to its rules for advertisers in order to settle a string of discrimination lawsuits.
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Bloomberg Technology - Former EA CEO Riccitiello on the Latest Trends in Gaming

Former EA CEO Riccitiello on the Latest Trends in Gaming

John Riccitiello, Unity Technology chief executive officer and former Electronic Arts chief executive officer, discusses the latest trends in the global gaming market with Bloomberg's Emily Chang on "Bloomberg Technology."
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Bloomberg Technology - Dropbox Is Helping to Create a 'More Enlightened' Way to Work, VP Nash Says

Dropbox Is Helping to Create a 'More Enlightened' Way to Work, VP Nash Says

Adam Nash, Dropbox Inc. vice president of product, discusses the digital workspace landscape with Bloomberg's Emily Chang on "Bloomberg Technology."
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Bloomberg Technology - Texas AG Paxton Says He's Looking Into 'Broad Range of Companies' That Control Tech

Texas AG Paxton Says He's Looking Into 'Broad Range of Companies' That Control Tech

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton discusses the antitrust concerns surrounding Google's business practices.
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Bloomberg Technology - Building a Successful Sports League Means a Lot of Partners, Activision Esports CEO Says

Building a Successful Sports League Means a Lot of Partners, Activision Esports CEO Says

Pete Vlastelica, Activision Blizzard Esports chief executive officer, discusses the company's city-based esports model with Bloomberg's Scarlet Fu at the Bloomberg Business of Sports Luncheon in New York on "Bloomberg Technology."
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Bloomberg Technology - Apple Debuts Mid-Tier IPad With Larger Screen and New iPad Mini

Apple Debuts Mid-Tier IPad With Larger Screen and New iPad Mini

Apple Inc. debuted a new mid-tier iPad with a larger screen and introduced the first iPad mini update since 2015. The company debuted a new iPad Air with a 10.5-inch screen, bringing back a model that was phased out when Apple launched the iPad Pr...
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Bloomberg Technology - Live Video Proving to Be Problematic for Social Media, Author Hosanagar Says

Live Video Proving to Be Problematic for Social Media, Author Hosanagar Says

Kartik Hosanagar, author of "A Human's Guide to Machine Intelligence," discusses the struggles of social media platforms to control content and prevent violence from being livestreamed.
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Bloomberg Technology - TPG Fires McGlashan After Being Charged in College-Admissions Scandal

TPG Fires McGlashan After Being Charged in College-Admissions Scandal

TPG said it fired Bill McGlashan, founder of the firm's social-impact funds, after he was charged this week in a wide-ranging college-admissions scandal.
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Bloomberg Technology - Loup's Munster Weighs In on Tesla Model Y, Apple Versus Spotify and Qualcomm

Loup's Munster Weighs In on Tesla Model Y, Apple Versus Spotify and Qualcomm

Loup Ventures co-founder Gene Munster discusses the unveiling of Tesla Inc.'s Model Y crossover, Apple Inc. firing back at Spotify's antitrust complaint and Qualcomm winning the first U.S. jury trial in its global dispute with Apple.
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Bloomberg Technology - Social Media Isn't Doing Enough to Prevent Weaponization of Platforms, CEP CEO Says

Social Media Isn't Doing Enough to Prevent Weaponization of Platforms, CEP CEO Says

Former Assistant Attorney General for National Security David Kris, Counter Extremism Project Chief Executive Officer Mark Wallace and Bloomberg's Tom Giles discuss the struggles of social media platforms to control content and prevent violence fr...
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Bloomberg Technology - Legislation Isn't Right Answer to Controlling Social Media Content, IronNet's Jaffer Says

Legislation Isn't Right Answer to Controlling Social Media Content, IronNet's Jaffer Says

Jamil Jaffer, IronNet Cybersecurity vice president, and Bloomberg's Gerrit De Vynck discuss the struggles of social media platforms to control content and prevent violence from being livestreamed.
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Bloomberg Technology - Apple Fires Back at Spotify's Antitrust Complaint

Apple Fires Back at Spotify's Antitrust Complaint

Apple Inc. said its App Store contributed to Spotify becoming the business it is today, according to a statement on Friday.
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Bloomberg Technology - Twitter's New Snapchat-Like Camera Feature

Twitter's New Snapchat-Like Camera Feature

Twitter Inc. is rolling out a Snapchat-like camera feature that lets users post videos or photos in a swipe.
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Bloomberg Technology - How DocuSign Plans to Keep Adobe and Dropbox at Bay

How DocuSign Plans to Keep Adobe and Dropbox at Bay

DocuSign Inc. Chief Executive Officer Dan Springer discusses the e-signature software developer's fourth-quarter earnings and competitive environment on "Bloomberg Technology."
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