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David Meyer

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  • ZDNet
  • Alphr
  • GigaOM

Recent articles by David:

The Weirdness of WeWork's IPO Filing: CEO Daily

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The Word of 2019 Isn't 'Plastics': CEO Daily

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Dangers of Tech Firms' Section 230 Safe Harbor: CEO Daily

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As Europe's Cannabis Industry Gets Going, Canadian Companies Pile In

Cash-rich Canadian firms such as Canopy and Tilray are making swift inroads into Europe's nascent cannabis industry. → Read More

The U.S. Threatened France With China-Style Tariffs Over Its Digital Tax Plans. The French Approved the Tax Anyway.

France is hitting the likes of Facebook and Amazon with a 3% tax on their revenues in the country, despite the U.S. opening a Section 301 probe into the plan. → Read More

Your Zip Code May Determine Your Economic Future: CEO Daily

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A Brexit Architect Sees Trade Opportunities in the Resignation of U.K.’s Trump-Bashing Ambassador

Kim Darroch's resignation removes from the U.S.-U.K. relationship a figure seen by Brexiteers as too pro-EU. → Read More

Hello Kitty Is an Antitrust Violator

The European Commission has fined Sanrio, the Japanese company behind the cartoon, $7 million. → Read More

One Transatlantic Data-Sharing Pact Is Already Dead. Today’s Case Against Facebook Could Kill Another

Max Schrems's privacy complaint about the mass surveillance revealed by Edward Snowden will reach the Court of Justice of the European Union again on Tuesday. → Read More

Facebook and Google’s Data-Control Tactics Aren’t Just a Privacy Issue Anymore

The U.K.'s Competition and Markets Authority is folding data-control issues into a probe of Facebook and Google's dominance of the digital advertising market. → Read More

RIP MAD Magazine: Satirical Publication Is Shutting Down Newsstand Sales

MAD, published by Warner-owned DC Entertainment, is no longer the touchstone of American satire that it once was. → Read More

She Was Picked to be the EU’s First Female Figurehead. Her Critics at Home Ask: Why?

Ursula von der Leyen is a controversial figure with low approval ratings back in her native Germany. But she may become the next European Commission president. → Read More

Nike's Kaepernick Embrace Makes Matters Worse: CEO Daily

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Adidas Blames Twitter After Personalized Arsenal Jersey Campaign Goes Predictably Awry

An Adidas jersey-personalization campaign on Twitter went horribly but predictably wrong, with the brand tweeting out racist and otherwise offensive usernames. → Read More

Switzerland’s Stock-Trading Standoff With the EU Provides a Glimpse of Life After Brexit

In a situation with multiple Brexit parallels, Switzerland and the EU have cut each other off from trading their stocks. → Read More

What Trump and Xi's Agreement Means: CEO Daily

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Ford Introduces Puma SUV, Cuts 12,000 Jobs in New Plan for Europe

The automaker is heavily restructuring its European operations. → Read More

Ford's New Plan for Europe: Fewer Jobs, More SUVs

Ford has announced a major European restructuring that will include 12,000 job cuts, though these have been revealed previously. → Read More

Broadcom Is Reeling from the Huawei Ban. Now It Faces Big Antitrust Trouble in Europe

Regulators want to hit Broadcom with a rarely-used weapon. → Read More

G20 Summit May Sideline Climate Goals to Keep Trump Happy During Trade Talks

The draft communiqué to be issued after this week's G20 summit reportedly plays down the climate emergency. Japan wrote the draft. → Read More