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Real estate is the next Uber for technology companies, venture capitalists

Opendoor, a home-based startup, drew attention in June when it announced it had raised $ 325 million from a long list of venture capitalists. The financing valued the four-year-old company at more than $ 2 billion. It was just an entrance. Three months later, Opendoor has more than doubled its cash flow. On Thursday, the company announced that it had

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Facebook claims hackers hurt 50 million users

Facebook Inc. has detected an attack on its network by hackers who have accessed accounts of tens of millions of users. The revelation will bring more publicity to social media giants who must convince regulators and investors to protect their platform from abuse. Facebook uncovered a security hole on Tuesday after an unusual increase in user activity earlier this month.

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Intel says it has enough chips to reach its sales targets in the middle of a refueling terminal

The chip manufacturer Intel Corp. Www.cosmetic-business.com//showarti…p?art_id=570 The group announced on Friday that it had enough to meet its annual sales targets and boost PC chip production, which dispelled the fear that that its competitor Advanced Micro Devices Inc. is freezing its market share. because of delivery restrictions. Shares of the world’s second-largest chipset maker rose 3 percent to $ 47.26

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CBS is facing an investigation by ex-chief Les Moonves

New York City CBS Corp and state officials investigated allegations of sexual assault and harassment against former executive director Leslie Moonves, the company announced in a Friday night bill. The unveiling of the probes takes place only a few hours after the first meeting of the new CBS board in New York. The news and media agency has received subpoenas

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British American Tobacco turns to SAP to serve its worldwide employees

British American Tobacco employs 53,000 people worldwide to sell more cigarettes than any other company. To manage this substantial global workforce and anticipate its personnel costs, the company has implemented the SAP Business Planning and Management application in all its units. “Previously, all of this was done using Excel spreadsheets,” says Damian De Conno, Head of Personnel Analysis at Computerworld

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The worst IT disasters in the UK public sector

Time and again, when the government hears a great new IT plan, the government is responding to the well-deserved skepticism of the elders who have seen it all before. It sounds like this: ambitious project, outsourcing, bloating, disasters, accidents, expenses. To celebrate this well-known model, we have been thinking about some of the biggest IT disasters in the UK public