Outraged in Private, Many CEOs Fear the Wrath of the President – New York Times

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The silence from the larger C.E.O. community about Mr. Trump’s reaction to the situation in Charlottesville has been remarkably conspicuous, even as one of their own has now been attacked online by the president. Advertisement Continue reading the main story By Monday evening, at least two other C.E.O.s had stepped forward. Kevin Plank, the founder […]

Costco Ordered to Pay Tiffany $19.4 Million for Selling ‘Fake’ Engagement Rings – Fortune

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A federal judge on Monday said Tiffany & Co may recover at least $19.4 million in damages from Costco Wholesale Corp over the warehouse club chain’s illegal sale of counterfeit diamond engagement rings bearing the “Tiffany” name. U.S. District Judge Laura Taylor Swain said Tiffany deserves $11.1 million, plus interest, representing triple the lost profit […]

Trump to request possible probe of China trade practices – Myrtle Beach Sun News

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Even as he seeks Beijing’s help on North Korea, President Donald Trump plans to sign an executive order asking his trade office to consider investigating China for the alleged theft of American technology and intellectual property, an administration official said Saturday. That step is expected Monday but won’t come as a surprise to the Beijing […]

Wrath of right falls on Google – The Hill

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The firing of a Google programmer who authored a controversial memo criticizing the company’s diversity initiatives has become a cause célèbre for many on the right. They see the case of James Damore confirming their suspicions that Silicon Valley suppresses conservative viewpoints and are turning their fire on his former employer. Damore’s internal memo became […]

Three things Snap needs to figure out before its next earnings report – Los Angeles Times

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Shares of the Los Angeles company that makes the Snapchat messaging app breached an all-time low Friday, following weaker-than-expected second-quarter financial results. They closed at $11.83, down 14.1%. Snap Inc.’s market capitalization now sits at about $14 billion, or about how much venture capitalists thought the company was worth a couple of years ago when […]

So, Do You Actually Have To Worry About Drinking From Your Copper Moscow Mule Mug? – Elite Daily

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A fancy cup always manages to elevate a drinking experience and make it a billion times more enjoyable. That’s basically been scientifically proven at this point, right? Well, maybe not quite. People are starting to question whether copper mugs are safe to drink from, as some speculate the metal may be too poisonous for humans […]