Monthly Archives: December 2016

Evernote Toes the Privacy Line

Caught off guard by a huge backlash, Evernote recently abandoned its plan to let staffers read customer notes under certain circumstances. The plan would have allowed staffers to review private customer notes as a means of assessing the accuracy of its new machine learning technology. The company made a mistake in judgment, Evernote CEO Chris O'Neil acknowledged.

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Chinese firms ordered to pay Disney, Pixar $194,000 for copying ‘Cars’: Xinhua

SHANGHAI (Reuters) - A Shanghai court ordered two Chinese firms to pay Walt Disney Co and Pixar more than 1.35 million yuan ($194,440) compensation for copying parts of their hit movies "Cars" and "Cars 2", the official Xinhua news agency reported on S...

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Investors brace for 2017 shocks after surprise 2016 run

NEW YORK (Reuters) - After a late-year rally fueled by the U.S. election pushed stocks to surprising new peaks, investors are wary that the market could be primed for a spill to start 2017.

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E.ON to cut administrative jobs in savings drive: CEO in paper

FRANKFURT (Reuters) - German utility E.ON plans to cut administrative jobs as part of efforts to reduce costs by 400 million euros (340.78 million pounds), Chief Executive Johannes Teyssen told newspaper Rheinische Post.

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