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Recent articles by David:

American Private Equity Veteran Michael Calvey May Face Russian Fraud Charges

Michael Calvey, the founder of Baring Vostok, may face fraud charges along with other executives from the fund. → Read More

Former Coca-Cola Scientist Is the Latest to Be Indicted in U.S. Crackdown on China-Related IP Theft

The Justice Department wants to "ensure that China understands that this criminal conduct is not an acceptable business practice." → Read More

Can Amazon, Facebook, Google be tamed by being forced to share their data?

A major German party thinks mandatory data-sharing with rivals and the public can rein in Big Tech. → Read More

Meet the Brexit Monster: Dutch Minister Uses Blue Beast to Warn Businesses

Dutch Foreign Minister Stef Blok hopes the strange beast will remind Dutch firms to check their Brexit exposure. → Read More

Tech Industry and Activists Still Hope to Sink New EU Copyright Rules

The EU's big institutions have agreed a final version of the new Copyright Directive, leaving many appalled at its implications. → Read More

Gucci Boosts Cultural Sensitivity Training After Blackface Debacle

François-Henri Pinault, CEO of Gucci owner Kering, says the firm overlooked African-American sensitivities when it issued the sweater. → Read More

Carlos Ghosn Replaces His Lawyers with 'Hotshot' Attorney as His Trial Approaches

His former legal team gave no reason for leaving the case. → Read More

U.S. Urges Allies to Shun Huawei but Faces a Rural Carrier Revolt Back Home

As Mike Pompeo talks of "partnership" in Europe, rural operators say the cost of replacing Huawei's U.S equipment could top $1 billion → Read More

Trump Supporter Attacks BBC Cameraman at Texas Rally

The president checked cameraman Ron Skeans was OK, according to a BBC statement condemning the attack. → Read More

Paul Krugman Believes a Recession Is Coming This Year or Next

The Nobel Prize-winning economist points to the Eurozone as already being "really close to recession." → Read More

Insects Are Dying Off at a Scary Rate, Putting Humanity at Risk

At current rates of insect loss, we may not have any insects left at all a century from now. → Read More

U.K. Power Plant Tests 'Negative Emission' Carbon-Capture Technology

The Drax power plant in North Yorkshire is capturing a ton of CO2 each day from the burning of its biomass fuel. → Read More

Trump Tipped to Ban Chinese Equipment from U.S. Mobile Networks

The president is reportedly preparing an executive order that would see the U.S. shut Huawei and ZTE out of upcoming 5G networks. → Read More

Finland's Basic Income Experiment Kind of Works, but Not in Employment Terms

The results are in for half of Finland's much-watched basic income experiment, and they're mixed. → Read More

Internet Providers Are Investing Less Despite Net Neutrality's Death

Recent earnings reports show the big U.S. ISPs are not investing more, as they said they would if net neutrality rules were scrapped. → Read More

Airbus's A380 Airliner Receives Yet Another Blow, This Time from Qantas

The future of the giant jet is in doubt, as carriers cancel orders or contemplate switching orders to smaller craft. → Read More

Facebook Ruling, Disney Bet, Gucci Top: CEO Daily for February 7, 2019

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

Gucci Apologizes for a Balaclava Sweater That Looked an Awful Lot Like Blackface

Gucci has described the backlash over its racist-looking sweater as "a powerful learning moment." → Read More

Huawei Offers to Create Polish Security Lab to Ward Off 5G Bans

The Chinese giant already runs labs that let telecoms operators and intelligence agencies poke around its equipment. → Read More

Tesla Cuts Model 3 Pricing Yet Again in Quest for Magic $35,000 Figure

The cheapest Tesla Model 3 is now $42,900 before taking into account incentives and potential gas savings. → Read More