Here's How Much Apple Was Paying Qualcomm in Royalties – Motley Fool

  1. Here’s How Much Apple Was Paying Qualcomm in Royalties  Motley Fool
  2. Apple says Qualcomm refused to sell it chips for iPhone XS and XR  The Verge
  3. Apple tried to use Qualcomm modems in the iPhone XS and iPhone XR, but was refused  AppleInsider
  4. Qualcomm Uses ‘IP Rights’ Card for Defense in FTC Trial  Yahoo Finance
  5. FTC Suit Blames Qualcomm In Part For High Cost Of Smartphones  Hot Hardware
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Bill Gates warns that nobody is paying attention to this state-of-the-art scientific technology, which could make inequality even worse – INSIDER

Bill Gates warns that nobody is paying attention to this state-of-the-art scientific technology, which could make inequality even worse  INSIDER

Billionaire philanthropist Bill Gates recently warned that gene editing is “the most important public debate we haven’t been having widely enough.”


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History proves Trump can fire Mueller without paying a price – New York Post

  1. History proves Trump can fire Mueller without paying a price  New York Post
  2. Grand Jury Hearing Evidence In Mueller Inquiry Is Extended For Up To 6 Months  HuffPost
  3. Mueller grand jury extended for up to 6 months  CNN
  4. What if Mueller is fired? | TheHill  The Hill
  5. Trump Keeps Giving Mueller Reasons to Pursue the ‘Collusion’ Probe  National Review
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Trump falsely claims Mexico is paying for wall, demands taxpayer money for wall ahead of meeting with Democrats – The Washington Post

  1. Trump falsely claims Mexico is paying for wall, demands taxpayer money for wall ahead of meeting with Democrats  The Washington Post
  2. Trump to Meet Congressional Leaders as Shutdown Stretches On  The New York Times
  3. Democrats head to the White House for border briefing as government shutdown enters its 12th day  CNBC
  4. Doug Schoen: Democrats have Trump backed into a corner as 2019 kicks off  Fox News
  5. Trump’s Shutdown Is Not About Border Security  The New York Times
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Juul is paying investors and employees $4 billion in Altria deal – Recode

  1. Juul is paying investors and employees $4 billion in Altria deal  Recode
  2. Marlboro Maker Altria Makes Big Bet On E-Cigarettes With $12.8 Billion Stake In Juul Labs | TIME  TIME
  3. Juul employees get a special $2 billion bonus from tobacco giant Altria — to be split among its 1,500 employees  CNBC
  4. Altria’s Juul Stake Is the Least It Could Do  Bloomberg
  5. Marlboro Maker Reportedly Poised to Flood Juul With Nearly $13 Billion in Big Tobacco Cash  Gizmodo
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AMI: National Enquirer owner admits to paying off Playboy model to protect Trump – CBS News

  1. AMI: National Enquirer owner admits to paying off Playboy model to protect Trump  CBS News
  2. National Enquirer publisher agrees to cooperate with prosecutors | TheHill  The Hill
  3. National Enquirer publisher AMI strikes deal with prosecutors in Michael Cohen probe  CNN
  4. Prosecutors reveal deal with tabloid in former Trump lawyer hush money payment  ABC News
  5. Prosecutors cut deal with Enquirer parent company over hush $$ to model claiming Trump affair  Fox News
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Google estimated to be paying $9 billion to be Safari's default search engine

  1. Google estimated to be paying $9 billion to be Safari’s default search engine  Android Police
  2. Google could pay Apple $9 billion to be default search engine on iPhones  Digit
  3. Google is shelling out billions to remain the default search engine for Apple’s Safari browser  Notebookcheck.net (press release)
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Dating apps like Tinder and Bumble are free. But people say paying for them is worth the money.

  1. Dating apps like Tinder and Bumble are free. But people say paying for them is worth the money.  Vox
  2. Best free dating apps for hooking up and relationships  Download.com (blog)
  3. Swiping on Tinder is addictive. That’s partly because it was inspired by an experiment that ‘turned pigeons into gamblers.’  Recode
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Is Nike's gamble on Kaepernick paying off?

Is Nike's gamble on Kaepernick paying off?Nike is a business, and their decision to make Colin Kaepernick the star of their new ad campaign wasn’t just a political move, it was a business move. But is it paying off? Sales surged in the days immediately after the campaign’s announcement, but Nike stock is still down from where it was at the beginning of the week. #Tucker


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Manafort associate admits paying Trump inauguration $50,000 in Ukrainian cash

Manafort associate admits paying Trump inauguration $50,000 in Ukrainian cashA Republican consultant linked to President Donald Trump’s former campaign chairman Paul Manafort admitted on Friday he illegally funnelled money from a Ukraine tycoon to Mr Trump’s inauguration. Sam Patten, who worked with Manafort to advise and lobby for Ukraine’s pro-Russia Opposition Bloc, was the newest person to be charged out of special counsel Robert Mueller’s sprawling Russia collusion investigation. In a deal with prosecutors Patten, 47, agreed to plead guilty to one charge of failing to register as a foreign agent, a relatively light charge that was conditioned on his cooperation with Mr Mueller and other investigations. A court filing said he earned more than $1 million between 2015 and 2017 representing the interests of the Opposition Bloc, which Manafort also previously consulted for. The work was performed by Patten’s joint company with a Russian national who is unnamed in the court filing but appears to be Konstantin Kilimnik, a former linguist of Moscow’s powerful GRU spy agency. US officials say Mr Kilimnik continues to maintain close ties to Russian intelligence. The charges said Patten worked with his Russian partner to set up meetings between an unnamed “prominent Ukraine oligarch” and member of the US Congress and their staff “to influence United States policy.” Patten also, in January 2017, arranged for the Ukrainian oligarch to attend Mr Trump’s inauguration. To obtain four tickets, the Ukrainian funneled $50,000 through Patten and another American. Profile | Paul Manafort “Patten was aware at the time that the Presidential Inauguration Committee could not accept money from foreign nationals,” the charges said. The Patten case came 10 days after Manafort, a longtime Republican consultant who was chairman of Trump’s election campaign in 2016, was convicted of tax and bank fraud as a part of Mr Mueller’s investigation. The Patten court filings indicate that he has been cooperating with Mr Mueller’s investigation, and require him to continue to do so before he is sentenced. Manafort still faces more charges, including obstruction allegations against him and Mr Kilimnik for alleged witness tampering.


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