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  • Apple Slashes App Store Affiliate Commissions
  • Uber Boss Practices Brinksmanship With Apple
  • Microsoft Inches Toward a World Without Passwords
  • Executive Order Triggers H-1B Jitters in Silicon Valley

     

  • Cleveland Murder Intensifies Scrutiny of Facebook Live
  • Federal Agencies Turn to Software-Defined Data Storage
  • Will Amazon Go Reinvent Retail?
  • Burger King Ad Creates Whopper of a Mess for Google Home
  • Qualcomm Answers Apple's $1B Lawsuit, Files Counterclaims
  • Labor Official Skewers Google Over Gender Pay Discrimination
  • Next Downturn Could Have Silver Lining for IoT
  • Twitch Aims to Get Ahead of Steam
  • Imagination's Picture Bleak After Apple Cuts It Loose
  • Now World's Second-Wealthiest, Bezos Travels to Different Drumbeat
     
  • A Solution for the Uber CEO's Anger Problem
  • House Votes to Kill Privacy Rules Binding ISPs
  • Why Are Health Records So Valuable to Cybercriminals?
  • Amazon Confirms Deal to Buy Middle East E-Commerce Leader Souq.com
  • Competition and Regulation Threaten Sharing Economy Markets
  • Consumer Advocates Bemoan Senate Vote to Lift ISP Privacy Restrictions
  • Medium Is Looking for a Few Good Founding Members
  • Advertisers Flee YouTube Over Offensive Ad Placements
  • Trending Storylines Hone LinkedIn's Relevance
  • Walmart Launches 'Store No. 8' E-Commerce Venture
  • Intelligence-Driven Supply Chain Resilience
     
  • Dun & Bradstreet Marketing Database Exposed
  • Verizon Wakes Up to Join Mobile TV Race
  • US Charges 2 Russian Intel Agents, 2 Hackers in Yahoo Case
  • Federal Agencies Mirror Commercial Websites for Encryption
  • Intel Bets $15.3B on Mobileye's Self-Driving Car Tech
  • WhatsApp Field-Trials Business Chat
  • Google Nabs Kaggle to Stay Ahead of Data Science Curve
  • Despite Intense Scrutiny, Uber Lays Another Egg
  • What Do the Academy Awards, AWS and AI Have in Common?
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    What's most likely to cost a company your customer loyalty?
    a major product fail
    major unethical corporate behavior
    public advocacy of social or political views I oppose
    a really bad customer service experience
    stagnation -- I'm attracted to innovation
    none of the above -- I'll stick through thick and thin