U.K. Regulators Suspend Wirecard’s British Operations

U.K. financial regulators froze the British operations of insolvent German payments group, Wirecard AG, in the latest government effort to

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Facebook Looks to Contain Advertising Boycott Over Hate Speech

Facebook Inc. is working to persuade its top advertisers not to pause spending on the social network, as it tries

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WSJ News Exclusive | Dell Explores Spinoff of $50 Billion Stake in VMware

Dell Technologies Inc. is examining options including a spinoff for its roughly $50 billion stake in VMware Inc. as the

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Digital Group Urges Controls on Flow of Cellphone Data to Government

WASHINGTON—A national trade group representing the digital advertising industry has advised member companies to put stricter controls on consumer mobile-phone

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WSJ News Exclusive | Justice Department, State Attorneys General to Confer on Google Antitrust Challenge

WASHINGTON—The Justice Department and a group of state attorneys general are scheduled to meet Friday to talk about next steps

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How to Plan Before Leaving Town to Work Remotely

Your boss has given you the green light to work indefinitely from wherever you want. Now what? The lure of

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WSJ News Exclusive | Google’s U.S. Ad Revenue Is Expected to Decline in 2020, eMarketer Says

Google’s U.S. advertising revenue will decline this year for the first time since eMarketer began modeling it in 2008, the

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How TikTok Users Targeted Trump Rally

President Trump’s smaller-than-expected crowd at his campaign rally in Tulsa, Okla., Saturday has led TikTok users to say that their

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