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    PRESS DIGEST - Wall Street Journal - Sept 21

    Reuters – 12:41 AM ET 09/21/2017

    The following are the top stories in the Wall Street Journal. - Alphabet Inc's Google said it would buy part of Taiwanese smartphone maker HTC Corp (HTCXF), including its team that helped develop Google's flagship Pixel smartphone, for $1.1 billion in cash. http://on.wsj.com/2xxyzG7.

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    Google Jumps Back Into Hardware With $1.1 Billion HTC Deal -- 2nd Update

    DJ Business News – 11:38 PM ET 09/20/2017

    By Jack Nicas in San Francisco, Dana Mattioli in New York and Dan Strumpf in Hong Kong. Alphabet Inc.' s Google (GOOG) said it would buy part of struggling Taiwanese smartphone maker HTC Corp. (HTCXF) for $1.1 billion in cash, as it accelerates its efforts to crack the handset market. Google (GOOG) said an HTC team that helped develop Google's (GOOG) flagship Pixel smartphone will join the company.

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    Google buys part of HTC's smarpthone division for $1.1 billion

    MarketWatch – 11:03 PM ET 09/20/2017

    Google (GOOG) bolsters hardware offerings; tech giants had teamed up on Pixel. Google (GOOG) and HTC Corp. (HTCXF) announced a $1.1 billion cooperation agreement Wednesday night, as the U.S. tech giant moved to bolster its hardware offerings. The agreement had been expected, and HTC's stock had been halted on the Taiwan exchange pending the announcement.

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    Google and HTC Announce US$1.1 Billion Cooperation Agreement

    PR Newswire – 10:13 PM ET 09/20/2017

    MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. and TAIPEI, Taiwan, Sept. 20, 2017  Google (GOOG) and HTC Corporation (HTCXF) today announced a definitive agreement under which certain HTC employees – many of whom are already working with Google (GOOG) to develop Pixel smartphones – will join Google (GOOG). The agreement is a testament to the decade-long strategic relationship between HTC and Google (GOOG) around the development of premium smartphones.

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    Google to acquire HTC's Pixel smartphone division in $1.1 billion deal

    Reuters – 9:31 PM ET 09/20/2017

    Alphabet Inc's Google said it would pay $1.1 billion in cash to acquire the division at Taiwan's HTC Corp (HTCXF) that develops the U.S. firm's Pixel smartphones, its latest push into hardware manufacturing. Google has sought to beef up its hardware capability with deals and product launches, and last year hired Rick Osterloh, a former Motorola executive, to run its hardware division.

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    Streaming subscriptions continue to power music industry's recovery

    MarketWatch – 5:48 PM ET 09/20/2017

    Revenue jumped 17% in first half of 2017, to $4 billion. Revenue from recorded music accelerated in the first half of 2017 in the U.S. as more consumers shelled out for subscription streaming services. Retail revenue jumped 17% in the first six months of the year to $4 billion, according to the Recording Industry Association of America, thanks to a record 30 million music subscriptions to services like Spotify AB and Apple Inc.' s Apple Music.

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    Google poised to buy HTC assets to bolster its hardware lineup

    MarketWatch – 5:19 PM ET 09/20/2017

    By Dana Mattioli, Jack Nicas and Dan Strumpf. Announcement expected within the next day. Google (GOOG) is set to buy part of struggling Taiwanese smartphone maker HTC Corp. (HTCXF), according to people familiar with the situation, part of the search giant's latest effort to crack the handset market.

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    Why is Ireland the U.S. government's third-largest creditor?

    MarketWatch – 5:08 PM ET 09/20/2017

    Ireland holds more than $300 billion of U.S. It's no surprise that economic juggernauts China and Japan keep swapping places at the top of the list of biggest U.S. creditors. What might strike observers as odd, however, is that tiny Ireland has been lurking at No. 3 for more than a year.

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    Alphabet's Nest announces new internet-connected home security system

    MarketWatch – 4:50 PM ET 09/20/2017

    Alphabet Inc. (GOOG) unit Nest Labs Inc. announced a line of six new internet-connected security products on Wednesday. Nest Secure, which will retail for $499, is the company's security system and uses a range of sensors, speakers and Nest's app to protect homes. Nest Secure includes a smart speaker-like base station, several motion sensors and near-field communication-enabled fob keys.

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    May, Macron, Gentiloni push for quick removal of extremist online content

    Reuters – 4:23 PM ET 09/20/2017

    Leaders of France, Italy and the United Kingdom urged social media companies on Wednesday to more swiftly remove "terrorist content" from the internet, with the aim of stopping it from being uploaded in the first place.

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    Alphabet seeking at least $2.6 billion from Uber in self-driving legal battle

    MarketWatch – 3:40 PM ET 09/20/2017

    Waymo and Uber appear headed for a trial currently scheduled for October. Alphabet Inc. (GOOG) self-driving car unit Waymo LLC wants at least $2.6 billion in damages from ride-hailing giant Uber Technologies Inc. in its lawsuit dealing with allegedly stolen technology. The $2.6 billion figure--20% of Whole Foods Market Inc.' s value when Amazon.com Inc. acquired it--arose in a San Francisco federal court hearing Wednesday, as the Alphabet subsidiary's lawsuit accusing former...

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    Google Is Set to Buy Part of Taiwanese Phone Maker HTC

    DJ Business News – 3:29 PM ET 09/20/2017

    By Dana Mattioli in New York, Dan Strumpf in Hong Kong and Jack Nicas in San Francisco. Alphabet Inc.' s Google (GOOG) is set to buy part of struggling Taiwanese smartphone maker HTC Corp. (HTCXF), according to people familiar with the situation, part of the search giant's latest effort to crack the handset market. The acquisition, which could be announced as soon as Wednesday afternoon, is for HTC's mobile-phone original design operations, according to the people.

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    Waymo seeking $2.6 bln from Uber for one trade secret -lawyer

    Reuters – 1:53 PM ET 09/20/2017

    Alphabet Inc's Waymo unit is seeking about $2.6 billion from Uber for the alleged theft of one of several trade secrets in a lawsuit over self-driving cars, a lawyer for Uber said on Wednesday. Uber Technologies Inc attorney Bill Carmody disclosed the figure in a hearing in federal court in San Francisco, where both companies are discussing whether a trial in the case will begin next month.

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    Waymo seeking $2.6 billion from Uber for one trade secret: lawyer

    Reuters – 1:28 PM ET 09/20/2017

    Alphabet Inc's Waymo unit is seeking about $2.6 billion from Uber for the alleged theft of one of several trade secrets in a lawsuit over self-driving cars, a lawyer for Uber said on Wednesday. Uber Technologies Inc attorney Bill Carmody disclosed the figure in a hearing in federal court in San Francisco, where both companies are discussing whether a trial in the case will begin next month.

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    Waymo seeking $2.6 bln for one trade secret against Uber

    Reuters – 1:25 PM ET 09/20/2017

    An Uber lawyer on Wednesday said Alphabet Inc's Waymo unit is seeking about $2.6 billion for the alleged theft of one of several trade secrets in a lawsuit over self-driving cars. Uber Technologies Inc attorney Bill Carmody disclosed the figure in a hearing in federal court in San Francisco, where both companies are discussing whether a trial in the case will begin next month.

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    Google close to buying smartphone maker HTC's assets: Bloomberg

    Reuters – 1:09 PM ET 09/20/2017

    - Alphabet Inc's Google is close to acquiring assets of Taiwanese smartphone maker HTC Corp (HTCXF) , Bloomberg reported, citing a person familiar with the matter. The Taiwan stock exchange said on Wednesday that HTC shares will be halted from Sept. 21 on a pending news announcement.

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    Google close to buying smartphone maker HTC's assets -Bbg

    Reuters – 1:07 PM ET 09/20/2017

    Alphabet Inc's Google is close to acquiring assets of Taiwanese smartphone maker HTC Corp (HTCXF), Bloomberg reported, citing a person familiar with the matter. The Taiwan stock exchange said on Wednesday that HTC shares will be halted from Sept. 21 on a pending news announcement.

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    EU ready to move alone on digital tax if no global deal

    Reuters – 10:54 AM ET 09/20/2017

    * EU Commission says solution needed to address distortions. * Online firms pay much less tax than traditional rivals. * France-backed turnover tax seen as short-term solution ) By Francesco Guarascio. The European Commission said the EU should proceed with an overhaul of taxes on digital firms even if the rest of the rich world did not follow suit, a draft report said.

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    Internet firms say removing extremist content within hours is huge challenge

    Reuters – 10:00 AM ET 09/20/2017

    Removing extremist content from the internet within a few hours of it appearing poses "an enormous technological and scientific challenge", Google's general counsel will say later on Wednesday to European leaders who want it taken down quicker.

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    HTC Corporation to halt shares Thursday in anticipation of 'material information' release

    MarketWatch – 9:42 AM ET 09/20/2017

    HTC Corporation (HTCXF), a maker of Android hardware, will halt the trading of its shares Thursday when it expects the release of' material information,' the Taiwan Stock Exchange said Wednesday. Alphabet Inc.' s Google (GOOG), which has partnered with HTC in the past, has been rumored to be buying the company, but HTC would not comment on the rumors, according to The Verge. After the release of information Thursday, HTC is expected to resume trading.

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