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Shopping app Klarna now Europe's most valuable startup
A $31 billion valuation has made Sweden's Klarna, a buy-now-pay-later shopping app, more valuable than Deutsche Bank and the most valuable startup in Europe. #FirstMove #CNN #News
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United Airlines to buy electric flying taxis in $1 billion partnership
United Airlines has entered into a $1 billion partnership with Archer to buy 200 electric flying aircraft. Archer CEO Brett Adcock says the aircraft will have the capability to fly 150 mph point-to-point. #FirstMove #CNNBusiness #News
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Lawmaker: Digital tax ensures Big Tech pays their fair share
Just days after Maryland became the first state in the country to impose a tax on digital advertising targeting Big Tech, lobbying groups representing companies including Amazon, Facebook, Google are trying to stop it. Maryland State Senate President Ben Ferguson says that technology companies who make over $100 million a year in ad sales have benefited from public investment and should pay their fair share. #FirstMove #CNNBusiness #News
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Mars Perseverance sends first footage of its landing
NASA's Perseverance rover captured video of its landing on Mars. Watch it here. #CNN #News #MarsRover
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Georgia Tech student celebrates her work on Mars rover
Georgia Tech senior Breanna Ivey helped test out the mathematics and coding on NASA's Mars Perseverance rover while she was on the team as an intern. Ivey tells CNN's Fredricka Whitfield about the experience and shares advice for students of color interested in pursuing S.T.E.M. sciences. #CNN #CNNBusiness #News
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Anderson Cooper asks Bill Gates if he'd eat inside a restaurant 1 year from now
As more and more Americans receive the Covid-19 vaccine, CNN’s Anderson Cooper asks Bill Gates if, one year from now, he would be willing to sit inside at a restaurant or resume shaking hands with people. #AC360 #AndersonCooper #BillGates
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NASA team cheers after successful Mars rover landing
NASA's Perseverance rover has safely landed on Mars after its 292.5 million-mile journey from Earth, the agency confirmed. CNN's Brooke Baldwin discusses the mission's significance with retired NASA astronaut Col. Ron Garan. #Mars #CNNBusiness #News
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Facebook bans news in Australia as fight with government escalates
What is Facebook without news? People and publishers in Australia are now finding out. Facebook (FB) has barred Australians from finding or sharing news on its service, a dramatic escalation of a fight with the government that may have wide-ranging consequences both in the country and around the world. The social networking company on Wednesday said that people and publishers in Australia will no longer be able to share or see any news from local or international outlets. The decision appears to be the most restrictive move Facebook has ever taken against content publishers. The company's action comes after months of tension with the Australian government, which has proposed legislation that would force tech platforms to pay news publishers for content. CNN's Brian Stelter reports. #BrianStelter #FirstMove #CNNBusiness
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Elon Musk invites Vladimir Putin for a conversation on Clubhouse
Elon Musk wants to have a conversation with Vladimir Putin on his new favorite social media app: Clubhouse. The Tesla CEO tagged the Kremlin's official account to ask if the Russian president would like to join him in a conversation on the audio-only app. "Would you like join me for a conversation on Clubhouse?," Musk said in a tweet on Saturday. He then followed up with a tweet in Russian, which translates to: "It would be a great honor to talk to you." The Kremlin called Musk's invitation "interesting" but added that it would need to know more details. #CNNBusiness #QuestMeansBusiness
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When parents become strangers: How QAnon is tearing families apart
These two women share a gut-wrenching story: their parents have bought into QAnon's lies, and it's tearing their families apart. Hear their stories. Produced by Richa Naik & Zach Wasser Supervising Producer: Logan Whiteside Reporter: Donie O'Sullivan #CNN #DonieOSullivan #QAnon
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Invisible threat sparks dispute between Texas and Biden
CNN's Bill Weir speaks with an organization tracking high levels of methane gas in Texas as the battle over natural gas continues between President Joe Biden and Texas Gov. Greg Abbott. #CNN #News
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He's going to be Amazon's new CEO. Hear what he said in 2019 about the job
Andy Jassy will lead Amazon as CEO after founder Jeff Bezos steps down later this year. Hear what Jassy said about the idea two years earlier. #CNNBusiness #Amazon #News
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'Stunning': Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos stepping down
Amazon founder Jeff Bezos will step down from his role as chief executive later this year and transition to the role of executive chair, the company said Tuesday. He will be replaced by Andy Jassy. Bezos has been Amazon's CEO since its founding in 1995. He oversaw its growth from an online bookseller into a $1.7 trillion global retail and logistics behemoth, which has also made Bezos into one of the world's richest people. Jassy has worked for Amazon since 1997 and currently serves as CEO of the company's cloud business, Amazon Web Services, its biggest profit driver. "This journey began some 27 years ago. Amazon was only an idea, and it had no name," Bezos wrote letter to employees Tuesday. "The question I was asked most frequently at that time was, 'What's the internet?' ... Today, we employ 1.3 million talented, dedicated people, serve hundreds of millions of customers and businesses, and are widely recognized as one of the most successful companies in the world." The news came as part of Amazon's fourth-quarter earnings report. The company handily beat Wall Street analysts' projections for both sales and profit, capping a banner year as the pandemic boosted its retail and cloud businesses. #Bezos #FirstMove #CNNBusiness
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CNNi: Covid-19 variant mutation could impact vaccine efficacy
Amid growing concern that different variants of the coronavirus could impact vaccine efficacy, CNN’s Scott McLean goes inside the Sanger Institute near Cambridge, England, whose scientists were part of a group that stumbled across the “UK variant” of Covid-19. The teams there are tracking and tracing the coronavirus mutations -- and what they mean for our ability to fight the virus. #CNN #News
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Dr. Fauci: Getting vaccine doesn't mean you have free pass to travel
During a CNN Global Town Hall Hosted by Anderson Cooper and Dr. Sanjay Gupta, Dr. Anthony Fauci answers a viewer's question about when immunity begins after receiving a Covid-19 vaccine. #CNN #News
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Teachers fight return to classrooms without proper safety measures
Teachers in Chicago fight for proper coronavirus safety measures as Chicago Public Schools is pushing to have kindergarten through eighth grade students return to classrooms. CNN's Omar Jimenez reports. #CNN #News
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Biden unveils climate change plan, halts new oil and gas leases on federal land
President Joe Biden signed several executive actions related to the climate crisis, including one directing the secretary of the interior to pause on entering into new oil and natural gas leases on public lands or offshore waters. Biden and other administration officials have emphasized that the White House is taking a "whole of government" approach to climate change. They've also underscored that they believe the President's actions will help spur job growth, and categorized people working in industries vulnerable to job loss, such as coal miners, under their umbrella of environmental justice. "Today is climate day at the White House and, which means that today is jobs day at the White House. We're talking about American innovation, American products, American labor," Biden said at the outset of his remarks at a signing ceremony. "We're talking about the health of our families and cleaner water cleaner air and cleaner communities. We're talking about national security." He continued: "It's a future of enormous hope and opportunity. It's about coming to the moment to deal with this maximum threat that we exist with as now facing us, climate change, with a greater sense of urgency. In my view, we've already waited too long to deal with this climate crisis. We can't wait any longer." The executive order on oil and natural gas leases directs the interior secretary to launch a "rigorous review" of the existing leasing and permitting programs related to fossil fuel development, and to identify steps to double renewable energy production from offshore wind by 2030, according to a fact sheet provided by the White House. The halting of new leases fulfills a campaign promise by Biden and will expand an existing 60-day moratorium issued by the President on his first day in office. Biden's climate actions mark a sharp departure from the Trump administration's efforts to maximize fossil fuel production and expand oil and gas drilling on federal lands but climate emissaries for the administration emphasized they hope to build new job opportunities out of the changes. White House climate czar Gina McCarthy described the order as one that "directs everyone who works for the President to use every tool available at our disposal to solve the climate crisis. Because we're going to take a whole of government approach." #CNN #News #ClimateChange
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Virgin Hyperloop unveils passenger experience
CNN's Julia Chatterly speaks with Virgin Hyperloop CEO Jay Walder about the company's vision for sustainable mass transportation. #FirstMove #CNN #News
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This town powered America for decades. What do we owe them?
Gillette, Wyoming, is the coal energy capital of the United States. And residents like Steve Gray fear it will become a ghost town under President Joe Biden. CNN contributor John Sutter asks: In the fight against the climate crisis, what do we owe the workers who have helped power America for decades? #ClimateChange #CNN #News
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Received an Amazon package you didn’t order? It could be a scam
Third-party sellers on Amazon and other e-commerce sites are sending random products to people across the US as part of what’s known as a “brushing scam” – a bizarre scheme that helps boost a vendors’ ratings online. Here’s how it works. Produced by Zachary Wasser Senior Producer: Bronte Lord #CNN #Business CNN Business brings you the latest news about the companies, personalities, and innovations that are driving business forward. CNN Business on social media: Facebook: Twitter: Instagram:
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Pro-Trump conspiracy theorists look for new online platforms
CNN's Donie O'Sullivan reports that online extremism and conspiracy theorists are finding new homes online after being purged from Twitter and Facebook following the insurrection at the US Capitol. #DonieOSullivan #CNN #News
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Watch a young Elon Musk get his first supercar in 1999
Elon Musk showed off his newfound Silicon Valley riches decades before becoming the world's richest person when he received a brand new McLaren F1 supercar. From CNN's archives, watch it all unfold. #CNN #ElonMusk #McLaren CNN Business brings you the latest news about the companies, personalities, and innovations that are driving business forward. CNN Business on social media: Facebook: Twitter: Instagram:
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Google employee on unionizing: Google can't fire us all
A group of over 200 employees at Google announced an unprecedented effort to organize the company's workforce. CNN's Jon Sarlin talks with one of the employees about why "it's scary to go up against people who have the power to fire us." #JonSarlin #CNNBusiness #News
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Trump silent in wake of massive cybersecurity hack
An alarming new alert issued by the Department of Homeland Security's cyber arm revealed that Russian hackers suspected of a massive, ongoing intrusion campaign into government agencies, private companies and critical infrastructure entities used a variety of unidentified tactics and not just a single compromised software program. Specifically, the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency said it has determined that the SolarWinds Orion software vulnerability disclosed earlier this week is not the only way hackers compromised a variety of online networks -- warning that in some cases, victims appeared to have been breached despite never using the problematic software. The news will likely only compound already escalating concerns about the scale and scope of the data breach, which CISA said "poses a grave risk" to networks across both the public and private sector. "CISA has determined that this threat poses a grave risk to the Federal Government and state, local, tribal, and territorial governments as well as critical infrastructure entities and other private sector organizations," the alert issued by the agency said. "CISA expects that removing this threat actor from compromised environments will be highly complex and challenging for organizations." #CNN #News
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Whoops! Man dropped iPhone from plane while it was filming
An iPhone falls from a plane with the video rolling and survives to tell the tale. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports. #JeanneMoos #CNN #News
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