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What do you do when your old boss runs for president?

What do you do when your old boss runs for president?

Jan 29, 2019

We've got big tech drama at home and abroad topping today's show: We'll get you caught up on the new charges against Huawei and an alarming iPhone bug. Plus, the latest on Brexit. Then: Former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz might…

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It's time for the Federal Reserve's annual game of musical chairs

by Nancy Marshall-Genzer Jan 29, 2019
The Fed presents a united front when it makes decisions, but not everyone on the Federal Open Market Committee has a say on interest rates.
People wait for a press conference after the Federal Open Market Committee meeting in Washington, D.C., in 2017.
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5 earnings reports you should pay attention to

by Janet Nguyen Jan 29, 2019
They might reveal how the broader economy is performing.
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Will AI help humanity? Americans aren't sure, study finds

by Kai Ryssdal, Bennett Purser, and Sean McHenry Jan 29, 2019
"There is a lot of skepticism" about artificial intelligence, Vox reporter says.
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Rookie farmers in California are turning to nonprofit groups to boost their business savvy

by Julia Mitric Jan 29, 2019
“Beginning” farmers operate a quarter of U.S. farms, according to the USDA.
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Starbucks wants to avoid national political campaigns. Can it?

by Justin Ho Jan 29, 2019
Howard Schultz, the former Starbucks CEO, has been dominating the 2020 presidential chatter for a few days now. And while the spotlight’s focused on whether Schultz will run as an independent candidate, it’s also casting a big shadow on his…

5 things to know about the Huawei indictments

by Scott Tong Jan 30, 2019
It's about national security, fraud and rogue employees.
A woman uses her smartphone while walking past advertising outside a Huawei store in Beijing on Jan. 29, 2019.
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