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Amazon Illegally Called Police on NY Workers, NLRB Alleges Inc. illegally called the police on employees, restricted discussions about organizing, and terminated an activist in the lead-up to a vote on unionization last year, US labor board prosecutors alleged in a complaint.

SoftBank’s Arm Files for Biggest IPO of Year With Eye on AI

SoftBank Group Corp.’s Arm Holdings Ltd. took a step toward what’s set to become the biggest US initial public offering of the year, a bet that the once-obscure designer of phone chips can flourish in the era of artificial intelligence computing.

Deepfakes Are Driving a Whole New Era of Financial Crime

Computer-generated children’s voices so realistic they fool their own parents. Masks created with photos from social media that can penetrate a system protected by face ID. They sound like the stuff of science fiction, but these techniques are already available to criminals preying on everyday consumers.

Spirit AeroSystems Investors Lose False Statements Suit Appeal

Spirit AeroSystems Holdings Inc. investors didn’t plead the level of intent necessary to show the company’s allegedly misleading statements about orders from the part maker’s client Boeing Co. and about its accounting controls amounted to securities fraud, a divided Tenth Circuit panel ruled.

All About Arm and Why It’s The Biggest IPO of 2023: QuickTake

What’s set to be the biggest initial public offering of 2023 comes from a company unknown to most consumers, though they use its products. Arm Ltd. designs key parts of the chips powering almost every smartphone on the planet. That’s given the Cambridge, UK-based company enormous strategic importance in the technology industry. The IPO, expected to value the company at between $60 billion and $70 billion, is likely to draw in some of its biggest customersas anchor shareholders, and even some competitors, all keen to uphold the neutrality that’s vital to Arm’s success.

Google, YouTube Seek to Sink RFK Jr.’s Anti-Vax Speech Suit

Robert F. Kennedy Jr.’s bid for a court order forcing Google LLC and YouTube LLC to restore his videos questioning the safety of Covid-19 vaccines ran into a doubtful US judge who questioned whether the candidate and scion had met the legal prerequisites for such a ruling.

Fidelity & Guaranty Hit With Class Suit Over MOVEit Data Breach

Fidelity & Guaranty Life Insurance Co. failed to protect more than 873,000 people’s personal information that was exposed in a data breach connected to a cyberattack on Progress Software’s MOVEit file-transfer application, a proposed federal class action said.


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Telehealth Is Booming During Covid. Is it Here to Stay?

Millions of Americans have taken advantage of telehealth during the coronavirus pandemic, so why has it taken so long for widespread adoption?