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A Week on E-Commerce Times, Plus Recent Archives

  • The Wonderful, Worrisome World of Self-Driving Cars
  • Public-Private Team Leads Assault on Ransomware
  • Apple Earnings Sag on Lower iPhone Price Points
  • Nintendo's Q1 Reflects Struggles Unrelated to Pokemon Go Success
  • KickassTorrents Owner Faces 20-Plus Years in Stir
  • Amazon Sidles Into Student Loans
  • Yahoo Deal Could Put Verizon in Google and Facebook's League


  • Verizon on Verge of $5B Deal for Yahoo Core Assets
  • Musk Plots Out Tesla's Next 10 Years
  • Facebook Messenger Counter Rolls Over to 1 Billion
  • Netflix Shares Fall as Subscriber Growth Hits a Wall
  • Google Transparency Report Shows Government Data Demands Rising
  • Uber by the Billions
  • Yahoo Posts Weak Earnings as Assets Sale Waiting Game Drags On
  • Softbank Strong-ARMs Its Way Into Internet of Things
  • Valve to Close the Spigot on Gambling Operations
  • Congressional Committee Report Finds Something Rotten at FDIC
  • EU Ratchets Up Charges in Google Antitrust Probe
  • Microsoft Wins Legal Victory in Fight Over Email Stored Abroad
  • Verizon Customers Get No Respect
  • Consumer Reports Urges Tesla to Pull Plug on Autopilot
  • Changes in Federal IT Spending Require Nimble Contracting
  • Music Industry Boos Google's Antipiracy Performance
  • Microsoft Unveils Enterprise Windows 10, Surface Pay-as-You-Go Plans
  • Amazon's Big Day: All for Prime, Prime for All
  • Nintendo Shares Surge on Pokemon Go Juggernaut
  • Twitter to Carry Live Convention Coverage on the Web
  • Airbnb Fights City Hall Over San Francisco Registration Rule
  • Leveraging IoT to Redefine Your Business
  • Musk Defends Autopilot Safety Record Following Fatal Crash
  • Feds Probe Philanderers' Site Ashley Madison: Report
  • FBI Director Raps Clinton but Recommends No Criminal Action
  • BlackBerry Lets Go of Its Classic Phone
  • FCC's Internet Privacy Proposal Sparks Congressional Action
  • Amazon, Walmart Gear Up for Summer E-Commerce Throwdown
  • Clinton Issues Clarion Call to Boost Tech in the US
  • Amazon Pushes Dash Buttons as Customers Give Them the Gong
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    About Russia's possible involvement in Democratic Party hack attacks:
    It's highly unlikely that Russia orchestrated the attacks.
    Russia is behind them, and they're a threat to U.S. democracy.
    Blaming Russia is just a distraction from damaging leaks.
    Russia's meddling won't have much effect.
    If they can expose Clinton, more power to the Russians.
    Trump's encouragement of Russian cyberspying was irresponsible.