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Tesla Taps Boss to Oversee Musk 8 Nov 9:29pm Tesla Taps Boss to Oversee Musk
Tesla named board member Robyn Denholm as its chairman, tasking her with overseeing one of the business world’s most freewheeling figures at a pivotal moment for the electric-vehicle company.
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Amazon Raises Hopes, Fears for Long Island City 8 Nov 2:29pm Updated Amazon Raises Hopes, Fears for Long Island City
As the retail giant eyes the fast-growing Queens neighborhood for its new headquarters, residents voice concerns about overdevelopment and hopes for necessary upgrades to schools, sewers, and transit.
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Get Ready for 3-D Printed Yachts 8 Nov 10:54am Get Ready for 3-D Printed Yachts
The CFAM, Europe’s largest commercial 3-D printer, is turning out custom furniture and yacht parts. Private jets and cranes could be next.
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Google Plans Large New York City Expansion 8 Nov 10:23am Updated Google Plans Large New York City Expansion
Google is gearing up for an expansion of its New York City real estate that could add space for more than 12,000 new workers, an amount nearly double the search giant’s current staffing in the city.
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Carlyle Group Reinvests in CommScope to Help Fund Acquisition 8 Nov 9:21am Carlyle Group Reinvests in CommScope to Help Fund Acquisition
CommScope, which agreed to buy telecom equipment maker Arris International for about $4.93 billion, plans to finance the deal in part through a $1 billion investment from Carlyle Group.
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Qualcomm Still Bitten by Apple 8 Nov 7:45am Qualcomm Still Bitten by Apple
The chip maker that still generates most of its business through smartphones is having a tough year and faces another tough one.
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Baidu Leads Asian Borrowers in Search for Bond Buyers 8 Nov 6:20am Baidu Leads Asian Borrowers in Search for Bond Buyers
Chinese search engine Baidu led a string of Asian companies rushing to sell bonds, taking advantage of improved market sentiment after the U.S. midterm elections.
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Ford Buys Electric-Scooter Startup, Looking to Diversify Beyond Autos 8 Nov 12:01am Ford Buys Electric-Scooter Startup, Looking to Diversify Beyond Autos
Ford Motor Co. is getting into the fast-growing electric-scooter business by acquiring San Francisco-based startup Spin, as more car makers push into services aimed at urban dwellers who may not want to own a car.
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