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David Meyer

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Recent:
  • Fortune
  • ZDNet
Past:
  • Alphr
  • GigaOM

Recent articles by David:

Boeing Was Going to Build Satellites for a China-Funded Firm. Why It Just Backed Out of the Deal

The Global IP satellite was for African Internet access, but some suspected the technology might have ended up with the Chinese military. → Read More

Bitcoin Is Tumbling Yet Again. Most Other Cryptocurrencies are Following — But Not All

Bitcoin dipped below the $3,400 mark on Friday — a drop of 12% in a day. But the new Bitcoin SV coin had a much better time. → Read More

Australia Just Passed a Draconian Anti-Encryption Bill That Will Create a Headache for Big Tech

Australia is the first member of the Five Eyes intelligence-sharing pact to pass an anti-encryption bill that could affect WhatsApp. → Read More

An iPhone Camera Lens-Maker Is the Latest Apple Supplier to Scare Stock Markets

The end of Apple's hardware growth hurts a lot of companies. → Read More

Why the Arrest of Huawei's CFO Has Helped Send Stock Markets Into a Tailspin

News of Huawei CFO Sabrina Meng Wanzhou in Canada has scared markets days after they calmed on news of a U.S.-China trade war truce. → Read More

The Chances of Brexit Being Canceled Just Increased Dramatically, According to J.P. Morgan Economists

The bank's economists have drastically revised the likelihoods of what will happen next in the Brexit saga. → Read More

Takeda's Shareholders Agree to $58 Billion Shire Deal Despite Debt Fears

The Japanese pharma company will issue new shares worth $35 billion, in order to be able to afford Ireland's Shire. → Read More

How Email Scammers Are Using Marketeer Methods to Target CFOs

FBI estimates that targeted email fraud relieved companies of $12.5 billion in 2018. → Read More

The U.K. May Have Just Found a Way Out of Brexit. Here’s Why

Until the U.K. actually leaves the European Union, the country still has the option of unilaterally canceling Brexit → Read More

U.S. and China Talk Up Qualcomm-NXP Merger. There’s Just One Problem: The Deal Is Dead

Qualcomm is grateful the U.S. got China to reconsider the $44 billion merger, but say the moment has passed. → Read More

A ‘Greener’ Shell Means Richer Executives? That’s the Oil Giant’s Radical New Plan

Royal Dutch Shell has agreed to hard targets for emissions reductions, with a possible link to pay. → Read More

'An Incredible Deal:' Making Sense of Trump's Overblown Take on the China Trade War Truce

For its lack of specifics, is it really such 'an incredible deal'? → Read More

'I'm the Nicest Person I Know!' Air New Zealand Christmas Ad Mocks President Trump

"I'm the nicest person I know," a boy in a 'Make Christmas Great Again' hat tells a gathering of all the children on Santa's naughty list. → Read More

Boeing 737 MAX Is Safe to Fly, Company Reassures Pilots and Customers

The Lion Air crash that claimed 189 lives a month ago has raised concerns about the anti-stall system on the 737 MAX → Read More

Facebook Researched George Soros on Sheryl Sandberg's Orders, Says Report

Facebook has admitted that its chief operating officer ordered research into whether the philanthropist was trying to short Facebook stock. → Read More

'It Is Being Studied Now!' Trump Says Tariffs on Foreign Cars Would Have Saved GM's Closed Plants

Citing a half-century-old tariff on light-truck imports as an example of successful policy, Trump says the same should apply to cars. → Read More

In the Wake of GDPR, Will the U.S. Embrace Data Privacy?

American lawmakers and techies alike have called for a federal data privacy law like Europe's GDPR. An impossible dream? Astonishingly, not anymore. → Read More

GM Is Closing North American Plants. Another Major Automaker Is Planning to Open a New One

Both companies are heading toward an electric future. → Read More

Elon Musk's Boring Company Caves in on West L.A. Tunnel After Activists Sue

Neighborhood activists said local authorities should not have given the Sepulveda project an exemption from environmental review. → Read More

In the Wake of GDPR, Will the U.S. Embrace Data Privacy?

American lawmakers and techies alike have called for a federal data privacy law like Europe's GDPR. An impossible dream? Astonishingly, not anymore. → Read More