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Report: Apple to shift assembly of Mac Pro from US to China

Apple will manufacture its new Mac Pro computer in China, shifting away from a US assembly line it had been using for that product in recent years, according to a report published June 28.


After HQ2 decision, Amazon plans suggest expansion, and then a big hiring slowdown

Amazon's announcement that its headquarters expansion would be in New York City and Northern Virginia answered one question that had been hanging over the Seattle company.


China’s Huawei Tech retrenches in US after years of criticism

China's Huawei Technologies Co Ltd, viewed with suspicion in congress as a potential threat to US national security, has laid off five employees at its Washington office and slashed lobbying expenditures, according to sources familiar with the matter and government filings.


Uber and Yandex to combine ride-hailing in Russia and beyond

Uber and Yandex, the "Google of Russia", have agreed to combine their Russian ride-sharing businesses, with Yandex the leading partner in a deal that extends to five nearby markets.


Some tech companies are trying affirmative action hiring

Tracy Chou wrote a post on Medium in October 2013, challenging tech companies to tell the world what percentage of their software engineers were women. Surprisingly, it worked: Google, Apple, Facebook and others published their lopsided race and gender statistics.


Fitbit paces wearables market, Xiaomi second: survey

The market for connected wearable devices jumped in early 2016, led by fitness tracker maker Fitbit, while Chinese group Xiaomi raced past Apple to second place, a survey showed.


Zynga shares spike after new CEO named

Zynga shares shot higher in early trade on March 2 after the struggling social gaming company named industry veteran Frank Gibeau as its chief executive in its latest effort to reboot.


Groupon slashing 1,100 jobs in new retrenchment

Online deals giant Groupon said it was cutting some 1,100 jobs over the coming months in another sign of cooling in the once-hot sector.


Zynga’s new game: cut costs, jobs

Zynga said it was cutting staff by 18% amid ongoing losses, as the social games pioneer seeks to reboot its strategy.


In Twitter hack, Pentagon learns perils of social media exposure

If cyber militants want to launch another social media attack on America's military, they will have plenty of targets: the US Army alone lists more than 2,000 links to feeds on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and other accounts.