Attackers controlling a vast collection of internet devices unleashed several massive attacks on Friday that left dozens of popular websites, including Twitter and Netflix, unreachable for parts of the day.
The companies are negotiating a deal that would value Time Warner at more than $80 billion and would create a new hallmark in the rapidly converging realms of media, communications and the internet. An agreement could come as early as this weekend.
Some of Donald Trump’s Facebook posts set off an intense debate inside the company, with some employees arguing certain posts should be removed for violating the site’s rules on hate speech. CEO Mark Zuckerberg ruled they could stay.
A defiant Belgian region representing less than 1% of the European Union’s population has managed so far to halt a trade deal with Canada supported by the rest of the bloc, raising questions about Europe’s ability to successfully negotiate complex economic agreements.
Bombardier said it would cut another 7,500 jobs, or just over 10% of its global workforce, as it focuses on turnaround efforts amid a soft business-jet market and ongoing hiccups with its CSeries jet program.