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Twitter Inc. and Facebook Inc. became the unwitting conduits of video of a shooting on live TV that killed a Virginia news reporter and a cameraman, enflaming debate over when it’s OK to show violence on social media.
Apple Inc. had AntennaGate and BendGate, and now Samsung Electronics Co. is facing PenGate.
If she had chosen the traditional route to opening her accessories business in Jeddah, Rozana al-Daini would have had to enlist a male sponsor to represent her before government agencies and sign official documents on her behalf.
Weibo Corp. and Youku Tudou Inc. fell in New York as disappointing revenue guidance at their larger Chinese peers raised concern the Internet firms may report quarterly results this week that will trail analysts’ estimates.
The company demands that Martin Shkreli surrender more than $65 million in allegedly misused company assets
France "is on a good track" and Prime Minister Manuel Valls has a "strong will" for reforming the country's economy which needs to be translated into concrete actions, according to Pierre Gattaz, chief executive officer of Radiall SA and president of French business lobby MEDEF. He spoke in an interview with Caroline Connan on Bloomberg Television's "On the Move" with Jonathan Ferro. (Source: Bloomberg)
Bloomberg's Alan Bjerga explains how farmers are putting their equipment to use year-round by joining in the sharing economy. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source: Bloomberg)
Gemalto NV Chief Executive Officer Olivier Piou sees e-government along with the payment industry and the internet of things as growth drivers for the software company's business. He spoke in an interview with Francine Lacqua on Bloomberg Television's "The Pulse." (Source: Bloomberg)
Full episode of "Bloomberg West." Guests: InsideSales CEO Dave Elkington, SoftTech VC Managing Partner Jeff Clavier and Cunningham Collective founder Andy Cunningham. (Source: Bloomberg)
Cunningham Collective founder Andy Cunningham reacts to the film "Steve Jobs" and explains what it was like working for Jobs. She speaks with Bloomberg's Emily Chang on "Bloomberg West." (Source: Bloomberg)
Hack the Planet
Future of the Living Room
The streaming service is betting it can prosper in a land where free TV still reigns
Apple Inc. sent invitations to an event on Sept. 9 in San Francisco, where it’s expected to unveil the latest iPhone, a new Apple TV set-top box and other updated products.
U.S. stocks were poised for the biggest two-day surge since 2009 as a relief rally swept across global markets and the economy grew stronger than expected in the second quarter.
Warner Bros. is in talks with an investment house in China to begin producing films locally as the Hollywood studio tries to stake out a spot in the world’s fastest-growing major movie market.
Modern Times Group AB plans to cut about 7 percent of its workforce as the Swedish media company focuses on its digital push to win online viewers and fend off global rivals such as Netflix Inc.