Facebook, Google and other technology companies are in discussions with the U.S. government about using location data from smartphones to fight the spread of coronavirus, namely; if people are self-quarantining in ways that could stem the outbreak, The Washington Post reports. If data is compiled in anonymous form by the companies, it could help public health researchers map the spread of the...
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Iger’s Disney Fix-It Plan Has Something for Everyone
Bob Iger really should have run for president, as he once considered doing. His political instinct is unmatched, at least among CEOs. On Wednesday, in his first quarterly earnings call since returning to the top job at Disney, Iger offered something for everyone. A return of the dividend! Layoffs! Creative executives get their power back! Traditional TV is still important, Iger reminded...
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