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FTC likely to file lawsuit to block Microsoft's $69 billion bid for Activision - Politico

Shares of Activision fell about 2% in extended trading after closing 1% higher. Microsoft said in January it would buy Activision, the maker of "Call of Duty" and "Candy Crush" games, in the biggest gaming industry deal in history as global technology giants staked their claims to a virtual future. "We are committed to continuing to work cooperatively with regulators around the globe to allow the transaction to proceed, but won't hesitate to fight to defend the transaction if required," an Activision Blizzard spokesperson said, adding any suggestion that the transaction could lead to anticompetitive effects is "completely absurd".

Yahoo | November 23, 2022

Tech giants are axing their experimental projects. That could cost them in the end.

Tech companies are cutting costs and programs, but that could hurt them in the long run.

Yahoo | November 23, 2022

15 Biggest Data Mining Companies in the World

In this piece, we will take a look at the fifteen biggest data mining companies in the world. For more companies, head on over to 5 Biggest Data Mining Companies in the World. Data mining is one of the most important industries today, particularly when it comes to corporate functioning. Modern day businesses generate unfathomable […]

Yahoo | November 23, 2022

Microsoft Initiates Measures To Reduce Irish Data Hub Carbon Footprint

Microsoft Corp (NASDAQ: MSFT) agreed to buy a massive amount of clean energy to power a data center in Ireland, Bloomberg reports. Statkraft AS, Europe’s largest generator of renewables, will provide Microsoft with 366 megawatts of wind and solar energy, marking the supplier’s first power-purchase agreement in Ireland. The financial terms of the deal remain undisclosed. The renewable power for Microsoft in Ireland will come from six projects, including three wind and three solar located across t

Yahoo | November 23, 2022

Dow Jones Climbs Ahead Of Fed Minutes; Jobless Claims Jump; Tesla Races Higher On Upgrade

The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose Wednesday ahead of the Federal Reserve's minutes. Tesla stock raced higher on an upgrade.

Yahoo | November 23, 2022

Nvidia's Most Important Segment Is Slowing. Should You Sell the Stock?

Nvidia (NASDAQ: NVDA) has been one of the most important companies over the past decade. Although it's easy to fall into the trap that Nvidia's products are only for gamers, it also has a robust data center business that is powering the future of computing. Nvidia's headline numbers for its third quarter of fiscal year 2023 (ended Oct. 30) weren't pretty.

Yahoo | November 23, 2022

Best Stocks To Buy And Watch Now: 5 Top Tech Stocks For November

The technology sector is home to many of the best stocks to buy or watch, although it's slim picking these days.

Yahoo | November 23, 2022

Down 33% Year to Date, Is Alphabet Stock a Buy Now?

The digital advertising market is projected to grow from $537 billion in 2021 to more than $1 trillion by 2027, according to Statista. Alphabet's Google is particularly well-placed to profit from the growth of this massive global market.

Yahoo | November 23, 2022

CORRECTED-UPDATE 1-Sony to expand Chinese game incubator in Microsoft head-to-head

Sony Group Corp said it plans to expand a programme to identify and incubate Chinese-made games, in a race with Microsoft Corp to tap China's gaming market. The Japanese tech giant's plans were made public during an event live-streamed on Tuesday from the southwestern Chinese city of Chengdu to restart the China Hero Project programme, which ground to a halt due to COVID-19. "The scale of the third phase will far exceed the previous two," Bao said, adding that Sony will publish some games and its PlayStation Studios will support enrolled projects.

Yahoo | November 23, 2022

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