President Donald Trump's refusal to commit to a peaceful transfer of power following the Nov. 3 U.S. election has raised concerns from Democrats and led Republicans to issue statements supporting an orderly transition.
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Senate panel plans to issue subpoenas to CEOs of Google, Facebook, Twitter
The U.S. Senate Commerce Committee chaired by Republican Senator Roger Wicker will issue subpoenas to the chief executives of Twitter Inc , Alphabet Inc's Google and Facebook Inc if they do not agree to testify at a hearing on Oct. 1.
Tech stocks lift Wall Street as economic rebound slows
Wall Street climbed in choppy trading on Thursday, with investors returning to the perceived safety of technology-related stocks as a surprise rise in weekly jobless claims signaled a slowdown in economic growth.
Amazon adds spherical Echo speakers to its lineup of voice-controlled gadgets
Amazon.com Inc on Thursday announced the latest additions to its lineup of voice-controlled gadgets, including Echo and Echo dot speakers with a new spherical design.
Bad blood from Kavanaugh confirmation may resurface in U.S. Senate hearings
The bitter confirmation battle over President Donald Trump's last Supreme Court nominee, Brett Kavanaugh, looms large for the Senate Judiciary Committee as it prepares for fresh hearings on the Republican's third lifetime appointment to the top court.
Software vendor Tyler Technologies tells U.S. local government clients it was hacked
Tyler Technologies , whose products are used by U.S. states and counties to share election data, said on Wednesday that an unknown party had hacked its internal systems.
U.S. labor market slowing as fiscal stimulus fades
The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits unexpectedly increased last week, supporting views the economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic was running out of steam amid diminishing government funding.
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