As Facebook squirmed under the microscope after the Cambridge Analytica scandal earlier this year, Google’s top brass worried about a security bug of their own being exposed and ultimately kept it secret, according to a report from the Wall Street Journal. In March, the company learned that Google +, the company’s failed attempt at a social network, gave developers the ability to scoop up user...
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Just when you think the stock market excesses couldn’t get any crazier, along comes GameStop. In the space of a few hours today the stock, which was trading at $20 two weeks ago, more than doubled to a high of $159 before collapsing back to $76.79. Like a lot of other stocks bouncing around like a yo-yo lately—video-streaming service FuboTV comes to mind—trading in GameStop is...
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