SE: Big Tech CEOs Head Back to Capitol Hill
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SE: Big Tech CEOs Head Back to Capitol Hill

Bloomberg Technology via Youtube Jul.08 — The chief executive officers of Amazon.com Inc., Facebook Inc., Alphabet Inc. and Apple will testify on July 27 before a U.S. congressional panel investigating competition in the technology industry. Rep. Ken Buck, a Republican from Colorado, discusses the House Judiciary Antitrust Subcommittee’s investigation. He speaks on “Bloomberg Technology.”

SE: Barry Diller Discusses Life After Covid-19, the Future of Travel, Trump
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SE: Barry Diller Discusses Life After Covid-19, the Future of Travel, Trump

Bloomberg Technology via Youtube Jul.08 — Barry Diller, chairman and senior executive of Expedia Group Inc. and IAC/InterActive Corp., explains why he thinks life and travel will return to normal after the coronavirus pandemic. The billionaire also shares his views on big tech, wealth and the Trump administration. Diller speaks exclusively with Bloomberg’s Erik Schatzker...

SE: U.S. Wants Allies to Keep Huawei Out of 5G Networks
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SE: U.S. Wants Allies to Keep Huawei Out of 5G Networks

Bloomberg Technology via Youtube Jul.08 — China’s biggest tech firm, Huawei Technologies Co., has risen to global prominence as a leader in 5G, the much ballyhooed, next-generation wireless technology. It’s also become a major target for the U.S. as China’s technological prowess has grown along with its ambitions.

SE: TikTok to Stop Operating In Hong Kong
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SE: TikTok to Stop Operating In Hong Kong

Bloomberg Technology via Youtube Jul.07 — ByteDance Ltd.’s TikTok says it will stop operating in Hong Kong, becoming the first internet service to withdraw after Beijing enacted sweeping new security powers. TikTok still operates a version of its app in China. The U.S. is also considering a ban on the short video app. Bloomberg’s Shelly...

SE: Tesla Adds $14 Billion a Day to Valuation
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SE: Tesla Adds $14 Billion a Day to Valuation

Bloomberg Technology via Youtube Jul.07 — Tesla’s market value surged over the past week, eclipsing its traditional rivals in that week. The electric car maker added the combined value of General Motors, Ford and Fiat Chrysler, growing by an average of $14 billion a day. Bloomberg’s Joe Easton reports on “Bloomberg Markets: European Open.”