A majority of Americans sympathize with nationwide protests over the death of George Floyd and police violence and disapprove of Trump's response to the unrest, according to a new Reuters/Ipsos poll.
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Asian stocks set to gain as stimulus hopes support risk appetite
Asian stocks were poised to follow the global rally on Wednesday as hopes of more government stimulus bolstered riskier assets and overshadowed a host of other worries from the coronavirus to Hong Kong and growing U.S. civil unrest.
Google faces $5 billion lawsuit in U.S. for tracking 'private' internet use
Google was sued on Tuesday in a proposed class action accusing the internet search company of illegally invading the privacy of millions of users by pervasively tracking their internet use through browsers set in "private" mode.
Zoom nearly doubles revenue forecast on remote-work boost, but costs rising
Zoom Video Communications Inc nearly doubled its expectations for annual sales on Tuesday, driven by a surge in users as more people work from home and connect with friends online during coronavirus lockdowns.
With rallies halted and tweets fact-checked, Trump campaign turns to smartphone app
Should President Donald Trump and Twitter ultimately part ways, his campaign has a backup plan at the ready to get his voice out.
Twitter names ex Google CFO Pichette as chair, Kordestani to stay on
Twitter Inc on Tuesday appointed Patrick Pichette, a former chief financial officer at Google, as the social network's board chairman, marking the first time in Twitter's history that an outsider will preside over the group.
Tech advocacy group's lawsuit says Trump's order on social media is unconstitutional
An advocacy group backed by the tech industry sued President Donald Trump on Tuesday over his executive order that would weaken a law protecting online platforms including social media companies that label or fact-check his posts.
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