Epic's CEO is urging hospital customers to oppose rules that would make it easier to share medical info

Epic CEO Judy Faulkner wrote an email to CEOs and presidents of hospital systems urging them to oppose rules the Department of Health and Human Services proposed in 2019. These rules aim to make it easy for patients to access their health information at no cost, and make it more challenging for companies to block access to that information.
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Why flexible working is a nasty lie

The future of work has been a long time coming. Over 20 years ago, we were promised that a future, flexible digital work environment would set us free from the shackles of the office and let us work wherever we wanted. By 2020, this vision has completely failed to materialise.
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Tesla's market cap closes above $100 billion for the first time, setting Elon Musk up for a huge payday

Elon Musk would earn the first tranche of at least $346 million in Tesla options if its market capitalization stays at $100 billion.
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Here's how the Saudis allegedly hacked Jeff Bezos' phone, and how to protect yourself

The report shows how outsiders can monitor seemingly private phone messages. However, while tools like those described in the report exist, they are costly and rarely used against normal citizens.
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Security consultants hired by Jeff Bezos think his phone might have been hacked by Saudi crown prince, report says

An account belonging to Mohammed bin Salman, the crown prince of Saudi Arabia, reportedly could be tied to a hack of Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos’ phone.
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