President Donald Trump is scheduled to meet with Charter Communications Chief Executive Thomas Rutledge today to discuss “the importance of infrastructure and creating jobs in the U.S.,” according to deputy White House press secretary Lindsay Walters.
The Senate moved forward with debate on a resolution that would use the Congressional Review Act to reverse the Federal Communications Commission’s broadband privacy rules. The Senate is expected to vote on the measure today.
Four of Uber’s most prominent female officials attempted to calm a storm of controversy by pledging changes to the firm’s corporate culture, adding that the search is underway for a new chief operating officer and that a diversity report will soon be released.
The European Commission warned Facebook Inc., Google and Twitter that they risk enforcement actions and fines if they do not crack down on fraudulent posts or align their terms of service with European Union law.
President Donald Trump’s budget request proposed $1.5 billion for the Department of Homeland Security to defend critical infrastructure and federal computer networks from cyberattacks.
The European Commission gave its approval of AT&T Inc.’s proposed $85 billion takeover of Time Warner Inc. The commission said the merger would not raise antitrust concerns because the companies’ activities do not overlap within the European Union.
President Donald Trump’s budget request proposes $1.5 billion for the Department of Homeland Security to defend critical infrastructure and federal computer networks from cyberattacks. The White House also called for greater collaboration between public and private partners on cybersecurity.
Justice Department and Federal Bureau of Investigation officials plan to announce charges against hackers who they say stole the personal data of hundreds of millions of Yahoo Inc. users, disrupting that company’s sale to Verizon Communications Inc. At least some of the alleged hackers are said to have ties to the Russian government.
Airbnb Inc. Chief Executive Brian Chesky hinted that the company will likely go public in 2018. Chesky said he always considered the preparation of an initial public offering to be a “two-year process,” and said Airbnb is currently halfway through that process.
Intel Corp. will acquire Mobileye, a self-driving car company based in Israel, for $15.3 billion. The two companies began partnering on autonomous vehicles last year.