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Whistleblower accuses Twitter of cybersecurity negligence

Twitter's former head of security alleged that the company misled regulators about its poor cybersecurity defenses and its negligence in attempting to root out fake accounts that spread disinformation, according to a whistleblower ...

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EU court annuls approval of aid for German airline Condor

A top European Union court on Wednesday annulled the EU's approval of 550 million euros ($670 million) in state aid for German airline Condor, backing a challenge by budget carrier Ryanair but suspending the application of ...

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Spotify CEO 'very serious' about Arsenal takeover bid

Spotify co-founder Daniel Ek says he wants to bring back the "glory" to Arsenal as he plans to test the resolve of the club's American billionaire owner Stan Kroenke with a takeover bid.

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Japan telecom firms challenge $40 billion NTT takeover bid

Japanese telecoms firms appealed Wednesday to the communications ministry over a planned $40-billion takeover of the country's biggest mobile carrier by its government-backed parent, warning it would "prevent fair competition".

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Xerox hikes bid for HP to $36 billion

Xerox said Monday it was raising its offer for computer and printer maker HP to some $36 billion as part of an effort to win over shareholders amid a heightened battle for control of the Silicon Valley firm.

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HP rejects Xerox takeover offer again

Computer and printer maker HP on Sunday reiterated its rejection of Xerox's $33 billion takeover bid, saying the sum "significantly undervalues" the company.

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