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Forget millennials: Here's a good reason why Apple should hire your grandmother

CNBC / U.S.

Tech companies can better understand the needs of the elderly by hiring an older workforce, say aging experts.

How Amazon's roaring success selling batteries is making it wonder which market it can disrupt next

CNBC / Technology

Amazon has introduced dozens of private label goods in the past year, and is using the power of its global marketplace to steer shoppers to its own products. The New York Times reports.

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A company is showing how blockchain is more than just cryptocurrency — it can also cut food waste

CNBC / U.S.

Goodr collects businesses' leftovers and delivers them to local charities.

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AT&T and Verizon have drones that could provide cell service and save lives this hurricane season

CNBC / Technology

AT&T and Verizon are experimenting with drones to bring back phone service following natural disasters. AT&T used one of its drones in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria wiped out over 90 percent of the region's cell sites. Verizon is still…

Saturday, Jun 23

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How the Supreme Court may have made Web shopping pricier for just about everyone but Amazon

CNBC / Technology

States can now force online retailers to collect sales tax. It may benefit state budgets, and brick-and-mortar stores, but who could be hurt? CNBC’s “On the Money” asks retail expert Jan Kniffen

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How to choose between an Amazon Echo, a Google Home and an Apple HomePod

CNBC / U.S.

Smart home assistants can be helpful for controlling everything from your music to your lights. Picking one can be hard.

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This floating robotic factory will build satellites and spaceships in orbit

CNBC / U.S.

The Archinaut, a system made of 3-D printers and robotic arms, could be the flying factory humans need to colonize space.

Meet the man whose job it is to reassure people that Google search isn’t evil

CNBC / U.S.

Here's how Danny Sullivan became the public face of Google search and why the company needs an ombudsman now more than ever.

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China's ZTE expected to take last step to lift ban

CNBC / U.S.

ZTE Corp is expected to deposit $400 million in an escrow account in a U.S. bank in the "next couple of days."

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Cramer Remix: The best way to play the stress test results

CNBC / U.S.

Jim Cramer breaks down why he’s buying Citigroup shares ahead of the Federal Reserve's stress test results.

Friday, Jun 22

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Apple launches free repair program for MacBook and MacBook Pro keyboards

CNBC / U.S.

Apple launched a repair program for faulty keys on some MacBook and MacBook Pro computers.

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Tesla is suing an ex-employee for hacking into its 'MOS' software — here's what that system does

CNBC / Technology

Tesla is suing a former employee for allegedly hacking into its "TMOS" software -- here's what that software does.

Red Hat CEO on earnings-led stock drop: 'I would encourage investors to look long term'

CNBC / Technology

Jim Cramer hears from Red Hat President and CEO Jim Whitehurst after the software company's stock saw its worst trading day since 2006.

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Morgan Stanley sees 'a pattern forming' of the space industry developing like self-driving cars

CNBC / U.S.

Morgan Stanley is telling its clients to pay attention to a market that could grow very quickly, as the firm said it expects "significant development" from space ventures.

Buy Intel shares, because its CEO change will not hurt the chipmaker: Credit Suisse

CNBC / Technology

Credit Suisse reiterates its outperform rating for Intel shares.

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Xiaomi reportedly awards founder $1.5 billion in stock ahead of IPO

CNBC / U.S.

A person familiar with the situation told the Journal that the award wasn't tied to future performance metrics and that it had been unanimously approved by shareholders.

Tesla reports another fire at Fremont factory

CNBC / U.S.

It is the latest in a series of fires at the facility.

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Tesla shares drop after analyst raises concern over a rise in its services costs

CNBC / Technology

Bernstein reiterates its market perform rating for Tesla shares.

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Cops need a warrant to look at cellphone location information, says Supreme Court

CNBC / U.S.

The ruling sets a higher legal hurdle for law enforcement than previously existed under federal law

Buy EA shares because it is ‘building a Netflix for video games’: Needham

CNBC / Investing

Needham reiterates its buy rating for EA shares.

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SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy rocket wins Air Force certification and a $130 million contract

CNBC / U.S.

SpaceX won U.S. Air Force's certification and a contract with the Department of Defense.

Tesla is closing a dozen solar facilities in 9 states, according to documents

CNBC / Technology

Tesla's move last week to cut 9 percent of its workforce will sharply downsize the residential solar business it bought two years ago in a controversial $2.6 billion deal.

Facebook’s ‘lack of accountability’ in its data scandal spurs European sustainability fund to dump shares

CNBC / Investing

Nordea's head of group sustainable finance said the company's sustainability funds will not invest in Facebook anymore.

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Pro tips on taking great video of your vacation — right from your phone

CNBC / Technology

Your smartphone is a very capable video camera. Learn how to take advantage of all its features and shoot the best video possible.

Elon Musk uses seventh-grader language on earnings calls, according to algorithm

CNBC / U.S.

The computer analysis also studied words from the CEO's of GM, Ford, and Daimler.

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Husband cheating? Ashley Madison says member signups spiked in these cities last year

CNBC / U.S.

Cheating husbands and wives might be most common in Seattle, according to a report from infidelity website Ashley Madison.

Bitcoin tumbles 8% after Japan orders exchanges to beef up practices against money laundering

CNBC / Investing

Bitcoin prices fall after Japan orders several cryptocurrency exchanges to review their business practices.

James Comey: Public anger about migrant children is ‘why Trump ran’ from the policy

CNBC / U.S.

Comey says Trump's move to separate migrant children from parents could be the biggest misstep of his presidency.

BlackBerry quarterly results beat on software strength

CNBC / U.S.

BlackBerry reported a quarterly loss, compared with a year-ago profit when the Canadian software maker received a one-time arbitration payment of $940 million from chipmaker Qualcomm.

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US companies like Micron are accusing China of intimidation and outright theft to dominate tech

CNBC / U.S.

Micron, an American chip maker, says its designs were swiped to help a new Chinese plant. Washington sees a larger pattern, fueling tensions with Beijing.