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Facebook employees were aware the company was overestimating how many people advertisers could reach on the site, according to a complaint in a lawsuit originating with a small-business owner in 2018.
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Federal judges shepherding the largest corporate bankruptcies in the U.S. are changing how they do business and preparing to use videoconferencing apps as they convene court hearings remotely in an effort to slow down the spread of the novel coronavirus.
India hanged four men for the 2012 gang rape and murder of a 23-year-old student, an assault that sparked national demands for action to combat violence against women.
Anthony Levandowski, the engineer charged with 33 counts of trade-secret theft from Google’s self-driving car project, reached a deal with U.S. prosecutors in which he will plead guilty to one count and the remaining charges will be dropped.