- Top EU court rules data sharing pact with US invalid
LUXEMBOURG (AP) — The European Union's highest court ruled Tuesday that an agreement that allows companies to freely transfer data to the U.S. is invalid as it does not adequately protect consumers.
- Twitter gives co-founder Jack Dorsey a 2nd chance as CEO
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Twitter is embracing Jack Dorsey as its CEO in hopes that its once-spurned co-founder can hatch a plan to expand the short messaging service's audience and end nearly a decade of financial losses.
- Leaders who follow: What candidates' Twitter lists reveal
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — Jeb Bush follows Donald Trump on Twitter but that's a one-way street: Trump mainly follows people with a connection to himself. Ted Cruz's follow list is a big tea party, though he keeps an eye on President Barack Obama, too.
- Data hack at 7 Trump hotels confirmed
NEW YORK (AP) — Customer credit and debit card numbers may have been stolen at seven Trump hotels after its payment systems were hacked for over a year.
- Norway's Telenor to sell stake in Russia's VimpelCom
HELSINKI (AP) — Norwegian telecoms company Telenor says it plans to sell its entire 33 percent stake in VimpelCom Ltd, valued at some 20 billion kroner ($2.4 billion).
- Why credit bureau Experian has data on T-Mobile customers
NEW YORK (AP) — In the latest high-profile breach of a U.S. organization, hackers broke into Experian's database of information on 15 million T-Mobile customers and potential customers. But what is Experian, and why does the credit bureau keep data on a wireless carrier's customers?
- Google officially becomes Alphabet
Google is officially 'Alphabet.'
- In Tech: Music for kids, Facebook video profiles and more
Parents of small kids are getting more love from music services.
- Review: 'Steve Jobs' plays man versus machine
When is someone going to open a window in Aaron Sorkin's "Steve Jobs"? Alas, wrong operating system.
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