Welcome to CNN Business: Your guide to tech, media, finance and the future

To understand business in 2018, you have to recognize that every company is in some way, shape or form a tech company. At CNN Business, we’re living the story we’re covering — and transforming how we will cover the future. This new destination will cover the companies, personalities, and innovations…

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Europe’s New Copyright Law Could Change the Web Worldwide

The European Parliament passed sweeping copyright legislation Wednesday that, much like its privacy regulations, could have impact far beyond Europe. Critics argue that the most controversial part of the proposal will effectively force all but the smallest website operators to adopt "upload filters" similar to those used by YouTube, and…

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‘The world is against them’: new era of cancer lawsuits threaten Monsanto

A landmark verdict found Roundup caused a mans cancer, paving the way for thousands of other families to seek justice Dean Brooks grasped on to the shopping cart, suddenly unable to stand or breathe. Later, at a California emergency room, a nurse with teary eyes delivered the news, telling his…

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Global demand for fossil fuels will peak in 2023, says thinktank

Oil and gas firms assets at risk from massive growth in wind and solar, says Carbon Tracker Global demand for fossil fuels will peak in 2023, an influential thinktank has predicted, posing a significant risk to financial markets because trillions of dollars worth of oil, coal and gas assets could…

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A Straightforward Timeline of the FCC’s Twisty DDoS Debacle

For anyone watching the net neutrality debate unfold, it feels like a never-ending, ever-evolving complicated saga of a complicated topic. So, here’s one more tick to track in the timeline: earlier this month, the Federal Communications Commission’s Office of the Inspector General released a report saying the agency misled Congress…

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Trumps Shadow Banning Claim Isnt Twitters Worst Problem

There’s a not-so-subtle irony to the president of the United States tweeting that Twitter is suppressing prominent conservative voices in America—and almost instantly receiving tens of thousands of likes, retweets, and replies. But such are the times. On Thursday, in the early morning hours typically reserved for tweets bashing China…

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Pound Bulls Look to U.K. Data in Hope to Revive Fortunes

The ailing pound may need a dose of positive U.K. data to help it recover from a losing run against the dollar. Traders will watch data due this week in the hope that evidence of a strong economy will help boost the currency. Sterling dropped below $1.30 for the first…

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Turkish lira rebounds as Indian rupee hits record low

Fears over emerging markets currencies ease slightly amid financial crisis in Turkey The Turkish lira recovered some of its losses on Tuesday morning as Indias national currency became the latest focus of investors concerns over the strength of emerging economies. With investors fretting that Turkeys currency woes will spread, the…

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