The acquisition would be Saleforce’s largest to date if it goes through.
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A number of companies that rely on AWS reported issues with their services.
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The self-driving car company says it needs to clamp down on violations in order to prevent another potential service shutdown.
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The larger recall covers 9,136 Model X cars produced between Sept. 17, 2015 and July 31, 2016.
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The company beat estimates and notebook PC sales grew even as total revenue declined.
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YouTube barred One America News Network from posting new videos for a week, after the right-leaning media organization uploaded a fake cure for the coronavirus.
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The company has been on a tear this year, with its stock price increasing more than fivefold.
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The settlement comes less than two weeks after DoorDash filed its prospectus to go public.
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Senate Democrats wrote a letter to YouTube’s CEO, citing concern about rampant election misinformation on the platform.
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Shares of Chinese tech giants dropped earlier in November after draft rules that defined for the first time what constitutes anti-competitive behavior were released.
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