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Newsonomics: The new post-Tronc storylines to follow this year – Nieman Journalism Lab at Harvard

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Nieman Journalism Lab at Harvard

Newsonomics: The new post-Tronc storylines to follow this year
Nieman Journalism Lab at Harvard
Tronc doesn’t do anything by the book. Even as much of the company’s turbulence looks to be clearing, new questions are emerging about who will next lead the big metro chain. Softbank and Apollo Global Management have reportedly expressed real interest
Newsroom to Chicago Tribune: With 85 percent backing, we have votes for union89.3 KPCC

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The remains of Yahoo just got hit with a $35 million fine because it didn’t tell investors about Russian hacking – Business Insider

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Business Insider

The remains of Yahoo just got hit with a $35 million fine because it didn’t tell investors about Russian hacking
Business Insider
In 2014, Yahoo was hacked by a state-sponsored actor identified as Russia. Investors didn’t learn about the incident until 2016. The US Securities and Exchange Commission fined Altaba, the holding company that owns the remains of Yahoo, to settle
Yahoo-related data breach leads to $35M settlementWYFF Greenville

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At Southwest Airlines, the Minutes After Disaster Struck – Wall Street Journal

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Wall Street Journal

At Southwest Airlines, the Minutes After Disaster Struck
Wall Street Journal
Southwest Airlines Flight 1380 plane sits on the runway at Philadelphia International Airport after it made an emergency landing on April 17. Photo: Associated Press. By. Scott McCartney. Scott McCartney. The Wall Street Journal. BiographyScott
Southwest Airlines’s Near Crash Is A Warning Shot Across Our BowForbes
Davis man on fatal Southwest flight turned and saw horror behind himSacramento Bee
Why Wall Street shrugged off Southwest’s first fatal accidentDallas News (blog)
CNBC –Palm Beach Post –Tampa Bay Business Journal –Reader’s Digest
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Harley-Davidson CEO: Bold Actions to Boost Performance Coming This Summer – TheStreet.com

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TheStreet.com

Harley-Davidson CEO: Bold Actions to Boost Performance Coming This Summer
TheStreet.com
Harley-Davidson (HOG – Get Report) investors are riding right into an interesting summer. The iconic motorcycle maker posted first-quarter earnings of $1.24 a share, running over estimates for $1.11 a share. Earnings beat despite another challenging
As profit falls, Harley-Davidson revives its Sportster and Street trade-in programMilwaukee Journal Sentinel
Harley-Davidson’s (HOG) CEO Matthew Levatich on Q1 2018 Results – Earnings Call TranscriptSeeking Alpha
Harley-Davidson backs forecast, investors see signs of recoveryReuters
Wall Street Journal –Bloomberg –Jalopnik –MarketWatch
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Coca-Cola’s Focus on Healthier Drinks Pays Off – Bloomberg

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Coca-Cola’s Focus on Healthier Drinks Pays Off
Bloomberg
Coca-Cola Co. is getting results from its moves to slim down operations and revamp products for healthy-minded consumers. The company posted sales that beat analysts’ estimates in the first quarter, helped by refreshed versions of its core diet brands
Coca-Cola sales surge after Diet Coke rebootReuters
Coca-Cola beats expectations on top and bottom line, as Diet Coke returns to growthCNBC
Diet coke returns to growth on new flavorsMarketWatch
Business Insider –Nasdaq –Yahoo Finance –Business Wire (press release)
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In ZTE Battle, US Suppliers Are Collateral Damage – Wall Street Journal

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Wall Street Journal

In ZTE Battle, US Suppliers Are Collateral Damage
Wall Street Journal
American companies that supply chips, antennas and other gear to ZTE Corp. ZTCOY 2.04% are bracing for a sizable revenue loss after the U.S. last week said they no longer would be able to sell components to the Chinese telecommunications giant. Several
US Export Ban Leaves ZTE Fighting for Survival in Mobile MarketeWeek
ZTE officially responds to US export ban, says it will ‘take judicial measures’ if needed9to5Google
ZTE: US Denial Order Is Unfair, Will ‘Severely Impact’ Company’s SurvivalMultichannel News
ConsumerAffairs –EE Times –Hot Hardware –Forbes
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Now you can read Facebook’s secret rule book for what you can post – Digital Trends

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Digital Trends

Now you can read Facebook’s secret rule book for what you can post
Digital Trends
Breaking with long-held company policy, Facebook just opened its Community Standards content rulebook to the public. Now you can see the guidelines Facebook says it uses to allow or disallow posts on the social network. In the interest of clearing
Facebook publishes its internal Community Standards guidelines and introduces appeals processBetaNews
Facebook makes its community guidelines public and introduces an appeals processThe Verge
For the first time, Facebook spells out what it forbidsTampabay.com
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