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Global debt is not yet at financial crisis levels — but could be set for an explosion with China leading the way

Global debt is at significant levels but isn't high enough to draw comparisons with 2008 just yet though emerging markets are in a dangerous position.

Instagram is already running out of room for ads, and that’s a threat to Facebook as it looks for new avenues to keep revenue...

For every 10 ads served in Facebook's feed, only two to three are served in Instagram's feed.

The era of the all-powerful tech CEO has only just begun, even though Facebook and Snap show why that’s a bad thing

Lyft's founders will reportedly get outsized control over the company when it goes public, making them part of a disturbing trend.

Ex-Idaho transportation worker files lawsuit over firing – LocalNews8.com

A former Idaho Transportation Department employee alleges in a lawsuit that he was fired after notifying a federal agency about possible nuclear violations.

Rivian Brings in $700M in Amazon-Led Investment Round – Interesting Engineering

Hoping to become the Tesla of the adventure vehicle market, EV start-up Rivian brings in 700M dollars in its latest investment round, led by Amazon.

Mark Zuckerberg humiliated by group of lawmakers, who accuse Facebook’s CEO of spectacular leadership failure

The report accuses Facebook boss Mark Zuckerberg of contempt after he failed to show up to give evidence to Damian Collins' committee.

Here are the latest predictions for Apple’s 2019 products, according to one of the most reliable Apple analysts

Top Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has a few predictions about Apple's 2019 product lineup.

BMW’s North American CEO reveals how the carmaker will continue to create passion and emotion for the luxury brand

Bernhard Kuhnt has been leading BMW's North American business since 2017. He's presiding over a big launch of new and refreshed vehicles in 2019.

Russia’s RT attacks Facebook for suspending 4 viral news channels that broadcasted Kremlin talking points to millennials

Facebook on Friday suspended channels that broadcasted videos critical of US policy, which are indirectly funded by the Russia government.
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