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Mike Moritz and the declining America worker

[ad_1] Storied Sequoia investor Mike Moritz threw fire into the tech Twitter gumbo with his observations of hard-working Chinese workers and slothful Silicon Valley engineers. Moritz, a billionaire, clearly needs page views to fund his retirement. The major money quote about Silicon Valley is this: “In recent months, there have been complaints about the political sensibilities of speakers invited to ...

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Mercedes-Benz Diesels Unlikely to Return to U.S. Market Says Report

[ad_1] Last year, Mercedes-Benz dropped plans to have its cars’ diesel engines certified for sale in the U.S. again. The decision was made partly because diesels accounted for only a tiny percentage of its American sales, but Volkswagen’s diesel emissions scandal played a role, as well. At the time, Mercedes left the door open for diesels to return, but now it looks like that’s unlikely. Speaking to ...

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Net neutrality showdown: Now Mozilla and 21 states sue FCC over internet freedom

[ad_1] Video: Net Neutrality is gone. Welcome to the Biased Net A coalition of 22 attorneys general have filed a lawsuit requesting that an appeals court in Washington DC overturn the Federal Communications Commission’s decision to abolish Obama-era net neutrality rules. Previously, the FCC oversaw net neutrality rules that prevented ISPs from selectively slowing down internet traffic to different sites. ...

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