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Recent articles by David:

Dimon Succession, Lyft Suits, Pinterest IPO: CEO Daily for April 18, 2019

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As the U.S. and EU Trade Tariff Threats Over Boeing and Airbus Subsidies, a Chinese Upstart Looms

The escalation of the trans-Atlantic argument could play into the hands of an up-and-comer. → Read More

A Late Professor Digitally Scanned Notre Dame. Now His Work May Give the Cathedral New Life

Notre Dame may have been gutted by Monday night's fire, but the cathedral was scanned in great detail several years ago. → Read More

Leaving With Strings Attached: A Tale of Brexit and My Guitar

Brexit's implications range from the monolithic to the mundane, but constant uncertainty is the common thread. → Read More

Tesla Brakes, Falcon Soars, Disney Streams: CEO Daily for April 12, 2019

Must-read business news, delivered every morning. → Read More

What Happens Now that Wikileaks' Julian Assange Has Been Arrested—Twice

Assange was arrested twice in London on Thursday, and could spend up to five years in a U.S. jail. → Read More

Halloween Brexit, Trump Taxes, Fed Pressure: CEO Daily for April 11, 2019

Must-read business news, delivered every morning. → Read More

Europe Thinks Ethics Is the Key to Winning the A.I. Race. Not Everyone Is Convinced

Tech industry lobbyists claim the approach is too pessimistic. → Read More

Big Tech Could Be Liable for Content That Isn't Actually Illegal, If the U.K. Gets Its Way

The British government has set out long-awaited proposals for forcing a wide range of online services to protect their users. → Read More

'Burning Money' or Seizing the Future? Inside Germany's Bid to Beat China at Building Batteries

Amid the electric car revolution, it's throwing €1 billion at an effort to become a home-grown battery powerhouse. → Read More

One Approach to the U.K.'s Stabbing Epidemic: Stop Selling Knives

Supermarket chains are under pressure to pull knives from shelves as U.K. knife homicides reach highest level since the 1940s. → Read More

Finland's Universal Basic Income Experiment Just Gave Lawmakers a Really Good Reason to Back the Idea

More results are in for the Finnish basic income experiment, showing that recipients were more likely to trust politicians and society. → Read More

The Good Brexit News: Theresa May Tries Bipartisanship. The Bad: Some Think It's a Trap

In short, everything now comes down to trust. → Read More

A No-Deal Brexit—With Its Catastrophic Consequences—Is Coming Into Clearer View

As the British Parliament continues to fail to achieve any consensus, warnings of a no-deal Brexit are growing. → Read More

Mark Zuckerberg Has Made the Case Against a Fragmented Internet. Here's the Case for It.

Having separate Internets, so to speak, has its upsides. → Read More

As Bayer's Roundup Cancer Costs Accumulate, Questions Linger About the Wisdom of Its Monsanto Merger

Bayer is facing two multi-million dollar verdicts and 11,300 pending cases over the cancer risk of Monsanto's Roundup weedkiller. → Read More

VPN providers pull Russian servers as Putin's ban threatens to bite

VPN services told to connect their systems to a Russian blacklist of banned websites or face the consequences. → Read More

Huawei's Perception Problem Deepens as U.K. Spies Identify Security Risks

A new report's timing could not be worse for Huawei. → Read More

India Joins Space 'Super League' As It Shoots Down a Satellite for the First Time

India claims it is still against the weaponization of space, but neighboring Pakistan is not amused at the success of Mission Shakti. → Read More

Speed Limiters and Built-In Breathalyzers May Soon Be Mandatory in All EU Cars

The EU General Safety Regulation, which has almost made it through the legislative process, would force new features on automakers. → Read More