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Facebook lost some hard drives in a car break-in, but employees probably shouldn’t worry — here’s why

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Theft of unencrypted hard drives from a Facebook employee’s car led the company to announce another privacy and security incident to its employees. For a number of reasons, however, the employees probably shouldn’t worry, and the public probably shouldn’t be surprised. Source link: Click here for more
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The future of the US wireless industry in limbo as T-Mobile and Sprint begin battle to win merger approval

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T-Mobile and Sprint begin their trial against state attorneys general Monday to determine if they will be allowed to merge. Source link: Click here for more
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5G broadband is an existential threat to cable companies, but execs and investors aren’t worried

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5G has the potential to wreak havoc on cable companies, but industry executives say cable infrastructure will shield them from competition. Source link: Click here for more
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Disney+ adds a big feature that was missing at launch: A ‘continue watching’ queue

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Disney+ has a new feature called Continue Watching, which was missing at launch, that lets you continue watching TV shows and movies where you left off. Source link: Click here for more
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Texas is the latest state to defect from the lawsuit against Sprint/T-Mobile deal

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The $26 million Sprint-T-Mobile deal would shrink the number of mobile carriers from four to three. Source link: Click here for more
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Release ‘The Snyder Cut’? Why Warner Bros. won’t give ‘Justice League’ superfans what they want

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In 2017, Warner Bros. released ‘Justice League’ to bad reviews. But fans are still clamoring to see a cut of the movie by Zack Snyder, which was never released. Why is the studio resisting giving superfans what they want? Source link: Click here for more
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Wall Street’s stock forecasters see just a 5% gain in 2020

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Equity strategists see stocks posting far more modest gains next year compared to 2019, with the average S&P 500 target of 3,272. Source link: Click here for more
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China’s virtual currency could be launched ‘quite soon,’ says fund manager

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Edith Yeung, a partner at blockchain-focused venture capital fund Proof of Capital, expects China to launch its own virtual currency “quite soon,” in what she says could become a challenge to the U.S. dollar. Source link: Click here for more
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Disney+ isn’t really the beginning of the streaming wars — the next year is just a warm-up

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Disney+ and Apple+ are here, but the average consumer isn’t going to look at a menu of a dozen options and select only three or four, thus determining winners and losers. There are too many complicating factors for such a simple calculation. Source link: Click here for more
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Investing returns are likely to be much lower in the years ahead, so here’s what to do

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Major averages continue to scale new heights in a year that posed any number of threats, but the good times may not last. Source link: Click here for more
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Disney is betting big on nostalgia for Disney+ launch

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While new shows like “The Mandalorian” will drive subscribers to Disney’s service, much of its strategy is predicated on stirring up sentimentality around movies and shows in Disney’s lexicon. Source link: Click here for more
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The death of the DVD: Why sales dropped more than 86% in 13 years

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DVD sales have been on the decline for over a decade, but a slew of new streaming services and a shift in how consumers are watching movies and TV shows could be the final death knell for the technology. Source link: Click here for more
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Netflix CEO Reed Hastings says subscriber numbers aren’t the right metric to track competition

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While Netflix gained a lofty valuation by consistently adding subscribers, CEO Reed Hastings said Wednesday that usage time is a better metric of competitive success than customers added. Source link: Click here for more
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Stocks making the biggest moves premarket: Ford, McDonald’s, Under Armour, Verizon & more

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Names on the move ahead of the open. Source link: Click here for more
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Apple, Disney and NBC all want to give you free streaming TV, but don’t expect the party to last

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With several new streaming services launching this year and next year, the companies involved are offering enticing deals to sign up for free. Source link: Click here for more
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Ryan Millsap never meant to build Georgia’s third largest film studio. Now Blackhall is going global

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In the last decade, Georgia has become a Hollywood hub. The state offers enticing tax incentives and is home to skilled laborers and film crews. Source link: Click here for more
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NBC is leaning toward making its Peacock streaming service free to everyone

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Peacock would be the biggest advertising video-on-demand service on the market and would serve as an experiment to determine whether subscription products or advertising-based services make more sense. Source link: Click here for more
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Goldman Sachs says antitrust to heat up in 2020, pressure Facebook, Google shares for ‘years’

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Republican and Democrat distrust of big tech poses a threat to companies like Google and Facebook, according to Goldman Sachs. Source link: Click here for more

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