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Recent articles by Adam:

Data Sheet—Tech Industry Condemns Migrant Child Separation Policy. But What Will They Actually Do About It?

Microsoft condemned the Trump administration's separating of children at the border, but said it would not cancel a contract with ICE. → Read More

Google May Be Looking To Do More Than Crack China Market With JD Deal

The deal with JD.com may be just the start. → Read More

Data Sheet—Google Might Be Looking to Regain Entry to Chinese Ad Market

Google's deal with Chinese ecommerce company JD.com may signal a desire by the U.S. company to get back into China. → Read More

Data Sheet—Why the Pride of Green Tech Startups Is Going Public

Stored energy startup Bloom Energy is planning an initial public offering, despite years of losses. → Read More

Adobe Posts Strong First Quarter Earnings On Cloud Software Sales

Adobe posted strong first quarter results, with earnings up 77%, as its shift to selling cloud subscriptions is winning more customers. → Read More

Data Sheet—Why AT&T's Time Warner Deal Brings the Future of Television Closer

AT&T can buy Time Warner, a federal judge ruled, allowing the carrier to continue its efforts to transform TV for the mobile era. → Read More

Facebook, Twitter Deal With the backlash Against Big Tech Companies

Facebook and Twitter are changing their ways to deal with the backlash against big tech companies. → Read More

Data Sheet–Why Big League Sports Are Reaching for a Tech Connection

Facebook and other tech companies are outbidding traditional broadcasters for sports rights like MLB and soccer. → Read More

5G Wireless Networks Face Complaints Over Small Cell Deployments

5G wireless networks require the installation of thousands small cell transmitters, drawing complaints from residents around the country. → Read More

Apple's WWDC and Microsoft's GitHub Purchase Target Developers

Apple's 2018 WWDC meeting and Microsoft's $7.5 billion purchase of GitHub are both moves aimed at attracting more app developers. → Read More

Data Sheet—Why Developers Are Feeling the Love From Apple and Microsoft

Apple's annual WWDC show and Microsoft's $7.5 billion purchase of GitHub both demonstrate the importance of software developers. → Read More

Data Sheet—Apple's To-Do List at Its Annual WWDC Gathering

Apple's annual WWDC show starts this week, with developers expecting to see software improvements to Siri and the HomePod smart speaker. → Read More

Nordstrom Using More Tech In Retail Battle With Amazon

Nordstrom is adding more technology in its department stores to better combat Amazon. → Read More

The Failure of GE's Digital Transformation

Some things went right for former CEO Jeffrey Immelt, but most went wrong. → Read More

General Electric's Digital Strategy Didn't Work: Here's Why

General Electric is in crisis after its digital transformation strategy failed and its stock price dropped. → Read More

Why Facebook Should Be Held Legally Liable For Everything It Publishes

Facebook should be treated like an ordinary media company and held legally liable for the content it publishes. → Read More

Data Sheet—Why Facebook Should Be Liable for What It Publishes

Facebook should be treated like traditional publishers and be held liable for all the content posted on its site. → Read More

Amazon Takes On Walmart in Grocery Business With Whole Foods

Amazon's Whole Foods acquisition will help the e-commerce giant better compete with Walmart in the grocery business. → Read More

Data Sheet—Whole Foods Gives Amazon a Shot at Grocery Relevancy

Amazon is rising in the Fortune 500 list, as the e-commerce giant tries to crack the grocery business with its Whole Foods acquisition. → Read More

Why PayPal is Paying $2.2 Billion for a Swedish Payments Startup

PayPal is expanding in Europe with its $2.2 billion purchase of Swedish payments startup iZettle. → Read More