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A melting Arctic could be key to faster global internet

by Molly Wood Sep 26, 2018
With the rise of big data, the internet of things and automated factories, existing internet infrastructure's getting clogged.
Jussi Pekka Joensuu, an adviser for Cinia, holds up a piece of internet sea cable at Cinia's offices in Helsinki. Most global internet communications travel on the 745,000 miles of sea cables buried beneath the ocean floor.
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Why high prices mean good news for U.S. oil

by , and Sep 25, 2018
Tight supply and healthy demand help, too.

Trump wants OPEC to keep oil prices down

by Andy Uhler Sep 21, 2018
Getting prices down could be complicated. Supply from Iran is already at two-year lows, and new U.S. sanctions on the country are set to go into effect in November.
The logo of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) is seen at the headquarters building in Vienna on April 4, 2013.
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How strong is the U.S. dollar's position as a reserve currency?

by Kimberly Adams Aug 15, 2018
Russian officials were in Turkey on Tuesday, talking with the government there about possible solutions for Turkey’s currency crisis. Both countries are also facing U.S. sanctions, so one idea they floated: Stick to their own national currencies for trade and avoid…
The dollar is an international currency — a common denomination for global business. 
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U.S. to impose sanctions on Russia over nerve agent attack

by Associated Press Aug 8, 2018
Following a 15-day congressional notification period, the sanctions will take effect on or around Aug. 22.
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How the American brand is faring on the global stage

by , and Jul 19, 2018
Trump's anti-immigration talk is doing some long-term damage to the nation's brand strength, one analyst says.
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Marketplace Tech Blogs

Twitter is in a big game of "bot or not"

by Molly Wood, Stephanie Hughes, and Shaheen Ainpour Jul 13, 2018
The proportion of fake users, or bots, on Twitter may be higher than previously thought.
This photo illustration taken on March 23, 2018 shows Twitter logos on a computer screen in Beijing.
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Senators head to Moscow for pre-summit talks and look-see

by Kimberly Adams Jul 2, 2018
Congress is out this week for its Fourth of July break. But rather than go back home to their districts, a handful of senators are in Russia. They are getting their own sense of what’s happening there ahead of President…

FIFA gets countries to bend laws all the time. Why nothing on LGBT laws in Russia?

by Eliza Mills Jun 1, 2018
FIFA and Russia lay down the law, but corporate sponsors have influence too.
Fans fly the rainbow flag before the game between New York City and Los Angeles FC at Banc of California Stadium on May 13, 2018 in Los Angeles, California.
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Facebook Fallout

Mark Zuckerberg to Congress: My team will get back to you on that

by Marketplace Staff Apr 12, 2018
All the questions that Zuckerberg and his teams have yet to answer.
One hundred cardboard cutouts of Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg stand outside the US Capitol in Washington, DC, April 10, 2018. Advocacy group Avaaz is calling attention to what the groups says are hundreds of millions of fake accounts still spreading disinformation on Facebook. 
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