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Parag Agrawal, Twitter's new CEO, is the latest of several Indian-Americans leading global tech firms.

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Uber to pay $9m in sex-assault report settlement

The ride-hailing firm has resolved a long-standing row with California officials over its records.

US challenges Nvidia takeover of chip designer Arm

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China app giant Didi plans US stock market exit in move to Hong Kong

The move comes after the company came under intense scrutiny from regulators in the US and China.

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Software used to spy on someone via their phone is a growing threat and common in domestic abuse cases.

Virgin Media outage hits UK TV viewers

The company said it was aware of an issue affecting TV services.

Jack Dorsey’s Square changes its name to Block

Days after Jack Dorsey resigned as chief executive of Twitter, his other company is changing its name.

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