Zinedine Zidane Leaves Florentino Pérez's Real Madrid on His Own Terms

  1. Zinedine Zidane Leaves Florentino Pérez’s Real Madrid on His Own Terms  New York Times
  2. Zinedine Zidane abruptly resigns as Real Madrid manager  Yahoo Sports
  3. Real Madrid Manager Zinedine Zidane Abruptly Resigns Days After Winning The Champions League  Deadspin
  4. Zinedine Zidane Announces His Resignation From Real Madrid  Esquire.com
  5. TOMMY MARTIN: The spoiled children of Europe, Real Madrid’s glory hunters show Sterling how it’s done  Irish Examiner
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FTC Warns Nintendo, Microsoft, And Sony To Review Warranty Terms

  1. FTC Warns Nintendo, Microsoft, And Sony To Review Warranty Terms  Kotaku
  2. FTC warned Sony, Nintendo and Microsoft about illegal warranties  Engadget
  3. Sony, Microsoft, and Nintendo have 30 days to kill warranty stickers or the government will sue  BGR
  4. FTC Gives Sony, Microsoft, and Nintendo 30 Days to Get Rid of Illegal Warranty-Void-if-Removed Stickers  Motherboard
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Here we go again: Apple's iPhone battery service terms igniting complaints from users

  1. Here we go again: Apple’s iPhone battery service terms igniting complaints from users  AppleInsider
  2. When it comes to Apple’s iPhone X sales, Wall Street got it wrong  CNET
  3. Report: Apple Is Refusing to Replace iPhone Batteries  PCMag
  4. 11 Apple numbers you need to learn today  Computerworld
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Robert Mueller's questions reflect trail of investigation, but US mid terms will be deciding factor

Robert Mueller's questions reflect trail of investigation, but US mid terms will be deciding factorThe questions Robert Mueller would like to ask Donald Trump in his investigation into whether the US President was the Muscovite Candidate for the White House reflects the trail the Special Counsel’s team have been following – examining links with Russia and whether there have been attempts at obstruction of justice to cover it up. Mr Mueller has drawn on Mr Trump’s tweets, which is produced on an industrial scale, to formulate some of these enquiries, a gift that keeps on giving for the investigators as the president fires off boasts and threats on social media which may turn out to be damaging and self-incriminating. In his first response, inevitably in a tweet, Mr Trump said the leaking of the Mueller questions was “so disgraceful” and claimed that none of them concerned collusion with Russia.


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Facebook didn't read the terms and conditions for the app behind Cambridge Analytica

  1. Facebook didn’t read the terms and conditions for the app behind Cambridge Analytica  Washington Post
  2. Results soothe nerves over scandal-hit Facebook  Business Insider
  3. Here’s what Wall Street analysts are saying after Facebook’s big earnings win  CNBC
  4. Facebook Stays in the Friend Zone  Wall Street Journal
  5. Advertisers stick by Facebook despite privacy scandal  Financial Times
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Facebook admits it did not read terms of the app that harvested data of 87 million

  1. Facebook admits it did not read terms of the app that harvested data of 87 million  CNBC
  2. Facebook branded a ‘morality-free zone’ in government inquiry  CNET
  3. Facebook will label all political ads in the UK as it tries to clean up the Cambridge Analytica mess  Business Insider
  4. Facebook Stays in the Friend Zone  Wall Street Journal
  5. Facebook Surges After Sending Upbeat Message to Wall Street  Bloomberg
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Qualcomm easing licensing terms in bid to strike deals

Qualcomm easing licensing terms in bid to strike dealsQualcomm Inc’s earnings call on Wednesday showed just how far the company is willing to go to preserve one of its core business practices of taking a cut of the selling price of phones. Qualcomm gave two indications on Wednesday it was prepared to accept lower revenue in exchange for maintaining the business structure and avoiding future customer disputes. On Wednesday, Qualcomm said it would cap the phone price that is the basis of the revenue calculation at $400.


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America Must Come to Terms with Reality in Syria

America Must Come to Terms with Reality in SyriaThe joint attack carried out by the United States, United Kingdom and France on April 14 in Syria—targeting three sites related to Assad’s chemical weapons program—was a firm reaction and punishment for Assad’s continued use of chemical weapons against Syrian civilians. What singled out this chemical weapons attack from others Assad carried out over the past year was that it was not limited to the use of chlorine. The large number of civilian casualties and the fact that sarin nerve agent was mixed with the chlorine sparked the second military response by the Trump administration—this time together with the United Kingdom and France—with the aim of upholding the well-established international norm against the use of chemical weapons.


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