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What Happens When a Small Apple Supplier Loses Its Contract

Until Monday morning, Imagination Technologies was a successful processor technology company going through a bit of a rough patch. The company designed some of the underlying architecture of chips that Apple uses in its iPhone range, and as a result, it earns royalty money from every iPhone sold.

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Uber exec accused of stealing IP from Google made $120M, but worked on the side

New legal filings in the Waymo v. Uber litigation lay out more of Google's allegations against ex-Googler Anthony Levandowski, who now heads up Uber's self-driving car unit.

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U.S. To Lose $1.6B As Mexican Vacationers Choose Canada

Canada's relaxed visa policy and positive messaging has Mexicans saying "eh." The American tourism industry could be facing a new phenomenon: waning interest in the traveling to the United States.

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Asia Stocks Slip, Investors On Edge For Trump-Xi Meeting

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SYDNEY: Stocks fell and bonds rose in Asia on Thursday, with risk appetite soured by signs the Federal Reserve might start paring its king-sized balance sheet later this year just as the chances of an early U.S. fiscal stimulus faded further.

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Bezos Is Selling $1 Billion Of Amazon Stock A Year To Fund Rocket Venture

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Amazon.com Chief Executive Jeff Bezos said on Wednesday he is selling about $1 billion worth of Amazon stock per year to fund his Blue Origin rocket company, and expects to spend about $2.5 billion developing a rocket capable of lifting satellites and eventually people into orbit.

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Deal In Dunkin' Donuts Case Could Mean Free Buttered Treats

BOSTON — An attorney is defending a proposed settlement between a Massachusetts man and Dunkin' Donuts shops that could mean $500 for the lead plaintiff, free buttered baked goods for hundreds of other customers and a big payout for law firms that handled the class action case.

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Michael Bloomberg The Biggest Charity Donor In New York

Michael Bloomberg tops Avenue magazine’s new “NYC’s Magnificent Eleven” list of New York’s biggest charity donors last year.

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Signs Point Away From Trump Labelling China Currency Manipulator

Pic: ReutersWASHINGTON: U.S. President Donald Trump looks unlikely to formally declare China a currency manipulator next week just days after meeting Chinese President Xi Jinping, foreign exchange policy experts say, leaving a vocal Trump campaign pledge unmet, at least for now.

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French Bank BNP Sells Its Share In $2.5 Billion Dakota Pipeline Loan

Pic: ReutersBNP Paribas SA said Wednesday it has sold its $120 million share of the loan for the Dakota Access Pipeline, becoming the second bank to divest from the project that faced opposition from Native Americans and environmentalists.

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Malaysia-Britain Bilateral Trade Not Disrupted, Post Berexit, Says Mustapa

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KUALA LUMPUR -- Bilateral trade between Malaysia-Britain has not been interrupted, post-Brexit, says Minister of International Trade and Industry Datuk Seri Mustapa Mohamed.

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