Critics ‘dead wrong’ on some big tech names, says RBC’s Mark Mahaney – CNBC


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Critics 'dead wrong' on some big tech names, says RBC's Mark Mahaney
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Whether the end is nigh on the spectacular run-up in large cap U.S. techs, or they're back in market-darling territory, calls for caution persist. In fact, with tech easily the best performing sector so far this year, there's no shortage of warnings on
US tech analyst bigwig Mark Mahaney on Uber, Google, Facebook and SnapchatThe Australian Financial Review


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Asia stocks steady after US tech rout, yen slips as BOJ stands pat – Reuters


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Asia stocks steady after US tech rout, yen slips as BOJ stands pat
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SINGAPORE Asian stocks steadied on Friday, taking in stride the resumption of the U.S. technology rout overnight, and European shares look set for a positive start following Thursday's losses. The Japanese yen remained near a two-week low against the …
Asian Shares Mixed as Wall St Tech Dive Weighs on SentimentU.S. News & World Report

Most Asian markets make cautious gains after Bank of Japan holds policy steadyCNBC
GLOBAL MARKETS-Asia stocks steady after US tech rout, yen slips as BOJ stands patNasdaq

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Tech CEOs reportedly plan to attend Kushner-led summit – CNET


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Tech CEOs reportedly plan to attend Kushner-led summit
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The leaders of some of tech's biggest companies will attend an inaugural meeting of a Trump administration group formed to modernize government services, Bloomberg reported Thursday. The American Technology Council will focus on a variety of topics, …
Tech CEOs Cook, Bezos, Catz Said to Attend Kushner-Led Summit …Bloomberg

Tim Cook among CEOs attending Kushner-led tech summit later this month in DC9to5Mac
Apple Helped UK Investigate Terrorist Attacks, CEO SaysBloomberg

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Tech CEOs bemoan Trump’s Paris climate withdrawal – Politico


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Tech CEOs bemoan Trump's Paris climate withdrawal
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The leaders of some of the country's biggest and most influential technology companies — including Tesla, Amazon, Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Salesforce and IBM — today expressed what one CEO called "deep disappointment" with President Donald …
Tech world blasts withdrawal from Paris agreementThe Hill

'Shortsighted, wrong': Apple, Facebook among tech giants to reject Paris pulloutThe Guardian
Lab Report: Tech Leaders Fight for Paris AccordCityLab
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