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    Fund managers ditch 2015 winners and move toward safety

    Reuters – 9:53 AM ET 02/09/2016

    Fund managers who relied on the so-called FANG stocks - Facebook (FB), Amazon.com (AMZN), Netflix (NFLX), and Google - to boost their performance numbers in 2015 are cutting ties as the global economy looks weaker than many expected, leaving last year's outperformers in the midst of a deep selloff. The group of stocks that could do no wrong last year now seems like it can do little right.

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    UK lawmakers criticise surveillance bill over privacy concerns

    Reuters – 8:03 AM ET 02/09/2016

    A planned British law to give spies and the police wide-ranging new surveillance powers is rushed, does not do enough to protect people's privacy and requires major change, a powerful committee of lawmakers said on Tuesday.

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    UK lawmakers criticise government's planned new surveillance law

    Reuters – 5:30 AM ET 02/09/2016

    The British government's planned law to give spies and the police wide-ranging new surveillance powers is rushed, does not do enough to protect people's privacy and requires major change, a powerful committee of lawmakers said on Tuesday.

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    Google CEO Pichai receives stock grant worth about $199 million

    Reuters – 12:33 AM ET 02/09/2016

    - Google Chief Executive Sundar Pichai received restricted stock worth about $199 million, according to a regulatory filing by Google parent company Alphabet Inc (GOOG) . Pichai, who took over in August, received a grant for 273,328 Class C Google stock units on Feb. 3. The valuation is based on the stock's closing price on that date.

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    Google CEO Pichai receives stock grant worth about $199 mln

    Reuters – 12:31 AM ET 02/09/2016

    Google Chief Executive Sundar Pichai received restricted stock worth about $199 million, according to a regulatory filing by Google parent company Alphabet Inc (GOOG) . Pichai, who took over in August, received a grant for 273,328 Class C Google stock units on Feb. 3. The valuation is based on the stock's closing price on that date.

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    Google CEO Pichai receives stock grant

    Reuters – 9:05 PM ET 02/08/2016

    Google Chief Executive Sundar Pichai received a grant for 273,328 Class C Google stock units, according to a regulatory filing by Google parent company Alphabet Inc (GOOG) . In addition to the Feb. 3 grant for the class C Google stock units, Pichai on the same day sold 375 Class A common shares at a price of $786.28 each, and sold 3,625 Class C capital stock at a price of $768.84 each, the filing said..

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    Tech Firms Push Toward a Future Without Passwords

    DJ Business News – 7:42 PM ET 02/08/2016

    Rohit Paul has seen the future of digital security, and it is free of pesky passwords. Recently, he needed to use a laptop to edit a vacation photo stored in Google Photos. He grabbed his wife's computer.

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    Google CEO Sundar Pichai gets $199 million equity award

    MarketWatch – 5:14 PM ET 02/08/2016

    Grant makes Pichai one of world's highest-paid CEOs. Alphabet Inc. (GOOG) granted Sundar Pichai, chief executive of the company's main Google (GOOG) business, an equity award valued at $199 million, making him one of the world's highest-paid executives. In a securities filing Friday, Alphabet said it awarded Pichai 273,328 Class C Google Stock Units on Feb. 3. At that time, the grant was valued at $199 million, though declines in Alphabet shares since put that value at about $182 million now.

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    Google CEO Gets Equity Award of $199 Million

    DJ Business News – 3:55 PM ET 02/08/2016

    Alphabet Inc. (GOOG) granted Sundar Pichai, chief executive of the company's main Google (GOOG) business, an equity award valued at nearly $200 million, making him one of the world's highest-paid executives. In a securities filing Friday, Alphabet said it awarded Mr. Pichai 273,328 Class C Google (GOOG) stock units on Feb. 3. At that time, the grant was valued at $199 million, though subsequent declines in Alphabet shares put the current value at about $182 million.

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    Google CEO Gets Equity Award of $199 Million

    DJ Business News – 3:51 PM ET 02/08/2016

    Alphabet Inc. (GOOG) granted Sundar Pichai, chief executive of the company's main Google (GOOG) business, an equity award valued at $199 million, making him one of the world's highest-paid executives. In a securities filing Friday, Alphabet said it awarded Mr. Pichai 273,328 Class C Google Stock Units on Feb. 3. At that time, the grant was valued at $199 million, though declines in Alphabet shares since put that value at about $182 million now.

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    Fund managers ditch 2015 winners and move toward safety

    Reuters – 3:48 PM ET 02/08/2016

    Fund managers who relied on the so-called FANG stocks - Facebook (FB), Amazon.com (AMZN), Netflix (NFLX), and Google - to boost their performance numbers in 2015 are cutting ties as the global economy looks weaker than many expected, leaving last year's outperformers in the midst of a deep selloff. The group of stocks that could do no wrong last year now seems like it can do little right.

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    Yelp Posts Results Early; CFO to Step Down

    DJ Business News – 2:05 PM ET 02/08/2016

    Yelp Inc. (YELP) on Monday said its chief financial officer was leaving as it reported another quarterly loss, driven by higher spending. Revenue, however, jumped 40%, bolstered by a 35% increase in revenue from local advertising. The San Francisco company projects the top-line growth to continue, estimating revenue will reach $154 million to $157 million for the current quarter and $685 million to $700 million for the year.

  13. Alphabet shares down 2.3% premarket

    MarketWatch – 7:15 AM ET 02/08/2016
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    PRESS DIGEST- British Business - Feb 8

    Reuters – 7:18 PM ET 02/07/2016

    Feb 8 - The following are the top stories on the business pages of British newspapers. The Times. - The SFO accused Pinsent Masons yesterday of "deliberately" misinterpreting data showing that while the number of whistleblowing reports to the agency had risen last year by 324 to 2,832, only 16 new investigations had been opened.

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    German competition watchdog wants "big data" hoards considered in merger probes - paper

    Reuters – 10:05 AM ET 02/06/2016

    The vast troves of consumer data held by big Internet companies should be scrutinised in merger probes because they have a big impact on competition, the president of the German antitrust watchdog told a newspaper. "Until now, markets in which no money flows and in which no revenues are posted do not count as markets from a competition point of view.

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    Tech Stocks Swoon as Growth Disappoints

    DJ Business News – 7:52 PM ET 02/05/2016

    By Maureen Farrell, Aaron Kuriloff and Don Clark. A sharp dive in technology shares underscored investor worries about uneven U.S. economic growth, as the latest lackluster corporate outlook, this time from LinkedIn Corp. (LNKD), fueled a rush out of stocks. In the most jarring example of investor unease, LinkedIn's (LNKD) shares tumbled 44% on Friday following a disappointing earnings forecast.

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    US STOCKS-Technology rout pushes Nasdaq to lowest close since 2014

    Reuters – 5:54 PM ET 02/05/2016

    * January nonfarm payrolls up 151,000 vs 190,000 estimated. * CBOE Volatility Index jumps 7.1 percent. * LinkedIn (LNKD), Tableau Software (DATA) slide on weak forecasts. * Indexes down: Dow 1.3 pct, S&P 1.9 pct, Nasdaq 3.3 pct. By Caroline Valetkevitch.

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    U.S., Britain eye letting spy agencies, police seek email, chat data from companies

    Reuters – 5:18 PM ET 02/05/2016

    U.S. and UK spy agencies and police may soon be allowed to directly ask media companies in each others' countries for email and online chat data for people being investigated, under a tentative bilateral deal, officials said on Friday.

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    U.S., Britain eye letting UK spy agencies seek email, chat data from U.S. companies

    Reuters – 2:05 PM ET 02/05/2016

    U.S. and British officials are discussing possible avenues for UK spy agencies and police to be able to directly ask U.S.-based media companies to turn over email and online chat records from people under UK investigation, U.S. officials said on Friday.

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    Showdown in Europe over privacy has U.S. firms ducking for cover

    Reuters – 7:12 AM ET 02/05/2016

    * U.S. firms face uncertainty over Europe privacy rules. * Europe's data protection authorities poised to fine violators. * Legal options for data-sharing risk court, regulator actions. * Technologies for data localisation set to pick up. By Eric Auchard.

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