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Facebook fallout; Alwaleed speaks; FedEx earnings

  1. Facebook drama: The social network is caught in a data privacy firestorm that shows no signs of cooling

Uber, Ola drivers strike in India for higher pay

 Drivers for app-based cab aggregators Uber and Ola started an indefinite strike across India on Monday, demanding extra pay as

Facebook reviewing whether misused data still in hands of political consultant

Facebook said on Sunday it was conducting a “comprehensive internal and external review” to determine if the personal data of

iHeartRadio owner files for bankruptcy

The two biggest owners of radio stations in America have both filed for bankruptcy. iHeartMedia, the operator of 850 stations

Goldman Sachs has a big gender pay gap in the UK

  Women working for Goldman Sachs in the United Kingdom make 56% less on average than men. The gender pay

Google says it will ban cryptocurrency ads

Advertisements for bitcoin and other virtual currencies will soon disappear from Google. The search company said Wednesday that it will

5 Things to Know About Dow’s New Openly-Gay CEO Jim Fitterling

After the mega merger, chemicals giant DowDuPont, with nearly 340 years of history between them, is ready to open a

Goldman Sachs Names David Solomon as Next President as Lloyd Blankfein Prepares to Exit

Goldman Sachs Group Inc. said David Solomon will become sole president of the company, elevating him over Harvey Schwartz as

Data Sheet—How Ripple Wants to Enhance, Not Kill, the Global Payments System

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State-run banks facing over $3 billion of losses on bonds in Jan-March: Credit Suisse

 India’s state-run banks – already bruised by the sprawling Punjab National Bank fraud case and soaring provisions for bad loans