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TechCrunch

Uber data breach includes UK users ? but it's still not clear how many
TechCrunch
The UK's digital minister has said the October 2016 data breach that Uber disclosed this week does affect UK users ? though it's still unclear how many are impacted at this stage. Making a statement in parliament yesterday, Matt Hancock said:.
Uber's massive hack: What we knowWQAD.com
Uber told SoftBank about data breach before telling publicCNBC
Uber's Cover-Up of Its Massive Data Breach May Lead to EU InvestigationsFortune
Phys.Org -The Philadelphia Tribune -TheStreet.com -The Australian Financial Review
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Wall Street Journal

Black Friday: Then and Now
Wall Street Journal
Alicia Carothers of Panama City, Fla., set her alarm for 12:01 a.m. Thursday to buy her first online door-buster deal: a stainless-steel garage cabinet from Sam's Club. ?We've found some things out of Black Friday ads that we've already circled and we ...
On Black Friday and evening before, online and in-store sales briskMinneapolis Star Tribune
Black Friday and Cyber Monday: top tipsBBC News
After Weeks of Deals, Stores Aim to Draw Black Friday CrowdsU.S. News & World Report
USA TODAY -TheStreet.com -Omaha World-Herald -Money Magazine
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Reuters

Mitsubishi Materials says over 200 customers could be affected by data falsification
Reuters
TOKYO (Reuters) - Mitsubishi Materials Corp (5711.T) on Friday said it was racing to determine the impact of falsified data of products shipped to over 200 customers at home and abroad, in the latest quality assurance and compliance scandal involving a ...
Mitsubishi Materials Adds to Japan Inc.'s Quality ProblemsNew York Times
Mitsubishi Materials data manipulation scandal worsensFinancial Times
Trouble at Japan Inc. as shine is further tarnished by more admissions of malpracticeThe Japan Times
Nikkei Asian Review -Telegraph.co.uk -Xinhua -IHS Jane's 360
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U.S. News & World Report

Amazon Workers in Germany, Italy Stage Black Friday Strike
U.S. News & World Report
A labor union says workers at a half dozen Amazon.com distribution centers in Germany have walked off the job, while in Italy some employees struck at an Amazon facility there. Nov. 24, 2017, at 7:14 a.m.. Amazon Workers in Germany, Italy Stage Black ...
Amazon Workers in Europe Look to Disrupt Black Friday By Going on StrikeFortune
Amazon workers to strike in Italy, Germany this Black FridayCNET
UK consumer confidence hits lowest level since Brexit vote, but German business confidence soars - business liveThe Guardian
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Fortune

Net Neutrality Explained: What It Means (and Why It Matters)
Fortune
After signaling that it would for months, the U.S. Federal Communications Commission on Tuesday revealed its plan to dismantle regulations that ensure equal access to the Internet, a concept known as ?net neutrality.? The regulations classify broadband ...
Rescinding network neutrality could harm startups, small business, consumersThe Mercury News
Megan McArdle: The internet had already lost its neutralityAllentown Morning Call
FCC chairman out to scrap internet access rulesThe Philadelphia Tribune
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CBS Local

Coffee Shop Vandalized After Posting Gentrification 'Joke'
CBS Local
DENVER, Colo. (CBS4) ? A coffee shop in Denver's River North neighborhood was vandalized after posting a controversial sign. ink coffe vandalism Coffee Shop Vandalized After Posting Gentrification Joke. (credit: CBS). The sign that was displayed ...
Ink! Coffee in Five Points tagged ?white coffee? by vandal following gentrification controversyThe Denver Post
ink! Coffee shop vandalized after their controversial gentrification signWTSP 10 News
'Happily gentrifying since 2014': Denver coffee shop sign sparks furyThe Guardian
9NEWS.com -WMUR Manchester -FOX31 Denver -Metro
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ZDNet

?Tesla's all-electric Semi truck: Prices start at $150000 and you can reserve one today
ZDNet
Tesla says its all-electric Semi has a total cost per mile of $1.26 compared with a diesel truck's $1.51. Image: Tesla. Tesla has revealed pricing for its new all-electric Semi, touting a two-year payback on fuel savings. Tesla says the expected base ...
Tesla's electric Semi trucks are priced to compete at $150000The Verge
Tesla electric Semi's price is surprisingly competitiveEngadget
Tesla's Semi already making waves at LA, Long Beach port complex ? 2 years before its releaseThe Daily Breeze
TechCrunch -Electrek -CNET -Top Speed
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CNBC

Wal-Mart readies for Cyber Monday, even as some inventory is already out of stock online
CNBC
Customers took to social media saying they couldn't find everything they were looking for. Items including a Sharp 55" Class 4K Smart LED TV and boys pajamas were no longer available on Walmart.com as of Friday morning. Lauren Thomas | @ ...
Amazon reveals Cyber Monday dealsCNET
This year's can't-miss Black Friday dealsABC News
The Best Black Friday Travel Deals of 2017Condé Nast Traveler
CBS News -The Republic -Business Insider -Money Magazine
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Bloomberg

Oil Rises as Russia and OPEC Said to Reach Outline Deal on Cuts
Bloomberg
Oil advanced to a fresh two-year high as OPEC and Russia were said to have crafted the outline of a deal to extend their oil production cuts to the end of next year. Futures gained as much as 1.5 percent in New York. After days of talks, Moscow and ...
Russia sends mixed signals about oil output deal before OPEC meetsNasdaq
Is OPEC Dead? Cartel Faces Epic Battle Against Shale: QuickTakeWashington Post
OPEC said to get few answers on shale before decision on production cutsWorldOil
StreetInsider.com -Economic Times -The Globe and Mail -OilPrice.com
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Mirror.co.uk

Cyber-hackers take down Black Friday supermarket sale websites
Mirror.co.uk
Cyber-hackers have taken down websites belonging to danish supermarket chains Bilka and Fotex at the launch of their Black Friday sales campaigns. The websites were hit by ?malicious cyber-connection? attacks, an advanced form of a Distributed Denial ...
Danish supermarkets Bilka, Fotex hit by Black Friday cyber attacks: mediaNewsline
Christmas will have to wake up earlier than this to catch out the Grinch!The Copenhagen Post - Danish news in english

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