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IKEA fined $1.2 mln in French employee spy case
  + stars: | 2021-06-15 | by ( ) www.reuters.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: +1 min
The company's logo is seen outside an IKEA Group store in Pace near Rennes, France, June 15, 2021. REUTERS/Stephane MaheA French court on Tuesday ordered IKEA to pay a 1 million euro ($1.21 million) fine in a spy case involving its employees, as the world's biggest furniture retailer was found guilty of storing employee data it obtained improperly. Prosecutors had been pushing for a 2 million euro fine against the firm, which is owned by the Ingka Group. The allegations centered on the 2009-2012 period, although prosecutors said the spy tactics began in the early 2000s. Several store managers and employees in human resources as well as a private investigator and police officers were among those facing allegations.
Persons: Stephane Mahe, snooping, Prosecutors, Jean, Louis Baillot Organizations: IKEA Group, REUTERS, IKEA, Ingka, Thomson Locations: Pace, Rennes, France, Swedish
Explainer: What happened at China's Taishan nuclear reactor?
  + stars: | 2021-06-15 | by ( David Stanway | ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +5 min
An artist impression of Taishan Nuclear Power Plant, to be operated by China Guangdong Nuclear Power (CGN), is displayed on a viewing platform overlooking the construction site in Taishan, Guangdong province, October 17, 2013. The probe comes after CNN reported that the U.S. government was assessing a report of a leak at the Taishan power station. Radiation levels in the vicinity were still normal on Monday, according to real-time data from the China Nuclear Safety Administration (CNSA). "Coal fired power plants can emit and discharge more radioactivity than nuclear power plants," Li said. Problems at the Taishan project are unlikely to dent China's nuclear ambitions, but they underscore the challenges facing foreign reactor developers in a market increasingly dominated by domestic players.
Persons: Bobby Yip, Framatome, CGN, CNSA, Li Ning, Li, Germany's, Russia's VVER, wasn't Organizations: Taishan Nuclear, China Guangdong Nuclear, REUTERS, EDF, CNN, China General Nuclear Power Group, Taishan Unit, China Nuclear Safety Administration, Reuters, U.S, Germany's Siemens, Areva, CGN, Thomson Locations: Taishan, China, Guangdong province, China's, Guangdong, Hong Kong, TAISHAN, United States, French, Britain's Hinkley
IKEA fined $1.2 mln for spying on French employees
  + stars: | 2021-06-15 | by ( Caroline Pailliez | ) www.reuters.com sentiment -0.99   time to read: +2 min
The company's logo is seen outside an IKEA Group store in Pace near Rennes, France, June 15, 2021. REUTERS/Stephane MaheA French court on Tuesday ordered IKEA to pay a 1 million euro ($1.21 million) fine for spying on its French staff, after the world's biggest furniture retailer was found guilty of improperly gathering and storing data on its employees. Several store managers and employees in human resources as well as a private investigator and police officers were among those facing allegations. IKEA was also accused of spying on some customers in the case. The group was accused of trawling through employees' data to check-up on their finances and personal lives.
Persons: Stephane Mahe, snooping, Prosecutors, Jean, Louis Baillot Organizations: IKEA Group, REUTERS, IKEA, Ingka, France, Thomson Locations: Pace, Rennes, France, Swedish
IKEA fined $1.2 million for spying on French employees
  + stars: | 2021-06-15 | by ( ) www.cnbc.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: +2 min
LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM - 2019/09/22: IKEA sign seen outside its showroom in London. (Photo by Dinendra Haria/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images)A French court on Tuesday ordered IKEA to pay a 1 million euro ($1.2 million) fine for spying on its French staff, after the world's biggest furniture retailer was found guilty of improperly gathering and storing data on its employees. The French branch of Ingka Group, which owns most IKEA stores worldwide, was accused of snooping on its workers and some clients over several years. The flatpack furniture group, which has recognised there were some improper practices, was accused of breaching employees' privacy by reviewing records of their bank accounts and sometimes using fake employees to write up reports on staff. "IKEA Retail France has strongly condemned the practices, apologised and implemented a major action plan to prevent this from happening again," the Ingka group said.
Persons: Dinendra Haria, snooping, Solene Debarre Organizations: UNITED, IKEA, Getty, Ingka, Prosecutors, France's CGT, CGT, France Locations: UNITED KINGDOM, London, France, Germany, United States, Paris
French Muslims pay heavy price in COVID pandemic
  + stars: | 2021-06-15 | by ( Caroline Pailliez | ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +7 min
But evidence collated by Reuters - including statistical data that indirectly captures the impact and testimony from community leaders - indicates the COVID death rate among French Muslims is much higher than in the overall population. But in France, the pandemic throws into sharp relief the inequalities that help fuel tensions between French Muslims and their neighbours - and which look set to become a battleground in next year's presidential election. There is no official data, but undertakers said around three quarters of French Muslims were buried abroad pre-COVID. Statisticians also use data on foreign-born residents to build a picture of the impact of COVID on ethnic minorities. This shows excess deaths among French residents born outside France were up 17% in 2020, versus 8% for French-born residents.
Persons: Mamadou Diagouraga, Diagouraga, it's, M'Hammed Henniche, Denis, Emmanuel Macron's, Boubou, undertakers, Undertakers, Samad Akrach, Akrach, Michel Guillot Organizations: Reuters, Statisticians, Institute for Demographic Studies, Thomson Locations: Paris, COVID, France, North Africa, Seine, United States, MECCA, Mecca, Islam, Valenton, de, Marne, Val, Somali, Africa, French
French fintech Lydia's savings account partnership will boosts its super app ambitions. Lydia, which started out as a peer-to-peer payments platform, teamed up with French fintech Cashbee to offer savings accounts, per TechCrunch. Users can open savings accounts through a mobile app and transfer money back and forth between bank accounts and their Cashbee accounts. Insider IntelligenceThe savings accounts on Lydia's platform are at a competitive disadvantage to Cashbee, but Lydia's extensive financial services could offer a streamlined user experience. Lydia's savings account comes with an interest rate of 0.6% and a 2% introductory rate for the first two months.
Persons: Lydia, Cashbee, it's Organizations: Intelligence
Melinda French Gates is meeting with Biden officials and lawmakers on Capitol Hill, advisors told Axios. She would meet lawmakers this week to discuss issues such as paid leave, the advisors said. French Gates visited the White House on Monday to meet Chief of Staff Ron Klain, Axios reported. Melinda French Gates is set to meet with Biden administration officials and lawmakers this week to discuss issues such as paid leave, Axios reported Tuesday. French Gates has an investment firm called Pivotal Ventures, which aims to advance social progress in the US.
Persons: Melinda French Gates, Axios, Gates, Ron Klain, Sen, Patty Murray, Bill Gates, Susan Rice, Joe Biden's, didn't Organizations: Biden, Capitol, White Locations: Washington
But foreign companies now operating in Ethiopia are struggling to repatriate profits amid a crippling foreign exchange crunch and inflation that consistently exceeds 20%. Mamo Mihretu, Abiy's senior policy adviser, told Reuters the government would not be deterred and investors were still interested in Ethiopia. "Despite the ongoing pandemic, locust invasion and other challenges, the government is pushing through the home-grown economic reforms," he said. He said attempts to form an Ethiopian company to serve as a collateral agent went nowhere. While the government opened up the sector to foreign investment, it kept a tight grip on banking and insurance.
Persons: Abiy Ahmed, Mamo, Abiy's, Gail Strickler, Frans Van Schaik, Van Schaik, Lelise Neme, Brook Taye, Kenya's, Japan's, Abiy Organizations: Reuters, Apparelz, Ethiopian, Eritrean, Brookfield Associates, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Africa Asset Finance Company, Ethiopian Investment Commission, AAFC, Groupe Bollore, Logistics, DHL Global, Deutsche Post DHL Group, Ethiopian Airlines, Sector, Japan's Sumitomo, Britain's Vodafone, South Africa's MTN, Monday, Thomson Locations: Ethiopia, Tigray, New York, French, Logistics Ethiopia
The New York Stock Exchange is pictured in the Manhattan borough of New York City, New York, U.S., April 16, 2021. Data showed an acceleration in producer prices last month as supply chains struggled to meet demand unleashed by the reopening of the economy. "The Fed is still going to wait to make any decision regarding tapering. However, there might be some changes in its commentary in tomorrow's decision to show they are not asleep at the wheel." However, the S&P 500 has been broadly stuck within a range, despite recording its 29th record-high finish of 2021 on Monday, versus 33 for all of last year.
Persons: Carlo Allegri, Sam Stovall, Dow Jones, Shashank Nayar, Medha Singh, David French, Maju Samuel, Dan Grebler Organizations: New York Stock, REUTERS, Fed, Dow, Nasdaq, Federal Reserve, Treasury, CFRA, Dow Jones, Energy, Boeing Co, European Union, Airbus, Lordstown Motors Corp, Thomson Locations: Manhattan, New York City , New York, U.S, United States, Bengaluru, New York
A Chinese nuclear power plant is investigating an unusually high concentration of gases in one of its reactors, one of its owners said Monday. But the company is still calling for an extraordinary meeting of Taishan Nuclear Power Joint Venture's shareholders to decide on the next steps for the plant. Nuclear safety experts raised fears back in 2009, shortly after Taishan became operational, that China's headlong leap into nuclear energy could create safety shortcuts. China has 50 nuclear reactors in use with another 18 in construction, according to figures from the World Nuclear Association. By contrast the United States, has 93 nuclear reactors in use, but just two in production, and it has shut down 40.
Persons: Framatome Organizations: EDF, Joint, NBC, China Guangdong Nuclear Power Group, Reuters, International Atomic Energy Agency, Chinese Foreign Ministry, U.S . National Security Council, World Nuclear Association Locations: Taishan, Guandong province, Hong Kong, French, France, Britain, China Guangdong, London, Rome, China, United States
S&P 500 and Dow slip as upcoming Fed meeting looms
  + stars: | 2021-06-14 | by ( Medha Singh | David French | ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +3 min
(Reuters) - The S&P 500 and the Dow dipped on Monday, with the former coming off a record closing high in the previous session as a lack of catalysts ahead of this week’s Federal Reserve meeting kept investors from making new significant bets. The S&P benchmark has climbed 13% this year, while the Dow and the Nasdaq have risen 12% and 9.6%, respectively. Materials and financials were the biggest drags on the S&P 500 on Monday, while technology and consumer discretionary were the only sectors in positive territory. By 2:00PM ET, the Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 256.18 points, or 0.74%, to 34,223.42, the S&P 500 lost 10.99 points, or 0.26%, to 4,236.45 and the Nasdaq Composite added 64.61 points, or 0.46%, to 14,134.03. The S&P 500 posted 29 new 52-week highs and 2 new lows; the Nasdaq Composite recorded 120 new highs and 20 new lows.
Persons: Dow, Carlo Allegri, , Max Gokhman, Steve Burns, Julio Rodriguez, Tesla, Elon Musk Organizations: Reuters, Reserve, New York Stock Exchange, REUTERS, Tesla Inc, Apple Inc, Amazon.com Inc, Investors, Fed, Dow, Nasdaq, Life Fund, Dow Jones, Lordstown Motors Corp Locations: Manhattan, New York City , New York, U.S, , Wyoming, Newport Beach , California
(Reuters) - The S&P 500 and Nasdaq unofficially finished at record highs on Monday as most traders focused on this week’s Federal Reserve meeting and not on adding to existing positions. While the Fed has reassured that any spike in inflation would be transitory, policymakers could begin discussing the tapering of bond buying at the Tuesday-Wednesday meeting. Materials and financials dragged on the S&P 500 on Monday, while technology and consumer discretionary were in positive territory. Unofficially, the Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 85.52 points, or 0.25%, to 34,394.08, the S&P 500 gained 7.76 points, or 0.18%, to 4,255.2 and the Nasdaq Composite added 104.72 points, or 0.74%, to 14,174.14. The news weighed on special purpose acquisition companies that are trying to merge with electric-vehicle manufacturers, as Lordstown Motors did.
Persons: Carlo Allegri, , Mark Stoeckle, Funds ., financials, Steve Burns, Julio Rodriguez, Tesla, Elon Musk Organizations: Reuters, Nasdaq, Reserve, New York Stock Exchange, REUTERS, Carlo Allegri Investors, Fed, Funds, Dow Jones, Lordstown Motors Corp, Lordstown, Churchill Capital Corp IV, Lucid Motors, Transition Corp Locations: Manhattan, New York City , New York, U.S, , Wyoming
China Nuclear Plant Identifies Performance Issue, French Operator Says
  + stars: | 2021-06-14 | by ( Chong Koh Ping | Nick Kostov | ) www.wsj.com sentiment -0.98   time to read: +1 min
A French nuclear power firm said it was working to resolve a performance issue at a nuclear plant in the Chinese province of Guangdong, while the firm’s parent called for a board meeting with its Chinese partners to discuss the matter. Framatome, a subsidiary of Électricité de France SA, the French power giant, said it was “supporting resolution of a performance issue” with the Taishan nuclear power plant. It said the plant was operating within safety parameters according to available data. “Our team is working with relevant experts to assess the situation and propose solutions to address any potential issue,” the company said. It said it had asked for an extraordinary board meeting with its partners in the plant to discuss the issue and share data.
Organizations: Électricité de France SA, EDF, CNN Locations: Chinese, Guangdong, Électricité, Taishan
French delivery company Colis Privé gets IPO document cleared
  + stars: | 2021-06-14 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) www.reuters.com sentiment -0.99   time to read: +1 min
PARIS, June 14 (Reuters) - French parcel delivery company Colis Privé said the country’s markets watchdog had approved its initial public offering (IPO) registration document, marking the first step for a listing on Euronext’s Paris stock exchange. U.S. E-commerce giant Amazon is Colis Privé’s main customer and holds 9.65% of its shares, the French company said. Colis Privé’s full-year revenue grew by 46% in 2020 from a year earlier to 233.8 million euros ($283 million). Earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation (EBITDA) were up by 94% over the same period to 21.5 million euros. Colis Privé said its first-quarter sales jumped by 58% from a year ago to 64.2 million euros, and it expected underlying sales in France to surge by 25% this year from 2020.
Persons: Colis Privé, Colis Locations: Belgium, Luxemburg, Morocco . U.S, France
French power giant Électricité de France SA said it had requested an extraordinary board meeting with Chinese managers of a nuclear plant it co-owns in Southeast China to get more information on the buildup of gases inside one of the plant’s reactors. The buildup of such gases, which have low chemical reactivity, isn’t considered dangerous in small quantities, EDF engineers told reporters. One of the engineers said EDF believes the coating on some of the fuel rods has degenerated. It said the plant was operating within safety parameters according to available data. “Our team is working with relevant experts to assess the situation and propose solutions to address any potential issue,” the company said.
Persons: ” Framatome Organizations: de France SA, EDF, CNN, Locations: Southeast China, Taishan, Guangdong, Hong Kong, Framatome, China, French
A French company sent the US a letter on an "imminent radiological threat," in China, CNN reported. A French company sent the US Department of Energy a letter that warned of "imminent radiological threat" at the Taishan Nuclear Power Plant in Guangdong province after the Chinese state-owned partner did not acknowledge a problem exists, CNN reported. Framatome, the French company that part-owns and helps operate the plant, said the Chinese safety authority was raising acceptable radiation detection limits outside the plant to avoid shutting it down. A source told CNN President Joe Biden's administration said the facility is not at "crisis level" yet but last week, the National Security Council held multiple meetings and monitored the situation. A source told CNN the Biden administration has been in contact with both French and Chinese officials over the issue.
Persons: Framatome, Joe Biden's, Cheryl Rofer, Biden, Al Jazeera Organizations: CNN, US Department of Energy, Taishan Nuclear Power, National Security Council, Los Alamos National Laboratory Locations: China, Taishan, Guangdong province
Djokovic said: "The atmosphere was amazing a few days ago against Rafa and today against Stefanos. Novak Djokovic staged another trademark comeback as he claimed his second French Open title and 19th Grand Slam overall with a five-set victory over Stefanos Tsitsipas. Tsitsipas took a medical timeout for a hip injury before the start of the fourth and he was immediately broken as 34-year-old Djokovic took over proceedings on Court Philippe Chatrier. Tsitsipas felt Djokovic came back a very different player after he took a bathroom break when falling two sets down. I very much believe I can get to that point very soon (winning a Grand Slam).
Persons: Tsitsipas, Djokovic, Rafa, Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic, Stefanos, Nadal, Philippe Chatrier, Roland Garros, It's Organizations: Stefanos, des Locations: Paris, London, Athens
The E3 gaming expo kicked off on Saturday and runs until Tuesday, when Nintendo is expected to showcase its new releases. Microsoft, Ubisoft and Square Enix were among the big publishers that presented over the weekend. Still, E3 is often used as a platform for major players to drum up hype for their new blockbusters. Microsoft teases StarfieldThe biggest reveal of the weekend was undoubtedly Starfield, an upcoming sci-fi epic from Microsoft's Bethesda. But a big surprise from the Ubisoft showcase was a game based on James Cameron's 2009 sci-fi film "Avatar."
Persons: Todd Howard, Starfield, Christian Petersen, Geoff Keighley, exclusives, Jack Sparrow, Giancarlo Esposito, James Cameron's, It's, Tom Clancy's, Mario, Ubisoft's, Rabbids Organizations: Getty, Nintendo, Microsoft, Ubisoft, Enix, Sony, Microsoft's Bethesda, ZeniMax Media, Bethesda, Sunday, AAA, PlayStation, Forza Horizon, Netflix, Pirates, Pandora, Rainbow Locations: Microsoft's, Caribbean, French, Hope
Brexit tensions are a test for Europe, says French minister Beaune
  + stars: | 2021-06-14 | by ( ) www.reuters.com sentiment -0.96   time to read: 1 min
France's Secretary of State for European Affairs, Clement Beaune speaks during an EU MED (MED7) Ministerial Conference's news conference in Athens, Greece, June 11, 2021. REUTERS/Louiza VradiFrench European Affairs junior minister Clement Beaune said on Monday that current tensions over Brexit between Britain and the European Union were "a test" for Europe. "I am telling the British people, (Brexit) commitments must be respected...If it is not the case, retaliatory measures could be taken," Beaune told Europe 1 radio. Our Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Clement Beaune Organizations: State, European Affairs, EU, REUTERS, European Union, Thomson Locations: Athens, Greece, Britain, Europe, Beaune
French Open done and dusted, Djokovic on track for calendar Slam
  + stars: | 2021-06-14 | by ( ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +2 min
Tennis - French Open - Roland Garros, Paris, France - June 13, 2021 Serbia's Novak Djokovic celebrates winning the final against Greece's Stefanos Tsitsipas REUTERS/Benoit TessierNovak Djokovic has a real shot at becoming the first man in more than 50 years to win all four Grand Slam titles in a calendar year after the Serb added the French Open to his Australian Open title on Sunday, seven-times major winner Mats Wilander said. The claycourt Grand Slam has been the most difficult major for Djokovic to win, Sunday's victory only his second at Roland Garros, and he heads to Wimbledon next where he is the two-time defending champion. "So yes, it's on and the way he looks – he looks young, he looks so fresh at the end, he looks scary good and motivated." Mischa Zverev, the brother of world number six Alexander, said Djokovic already looked like he had turned his attention to Wimbledon. "I don't know if it's going to happen but his achievement is incredible, especially the way he won today.
Persons: Roland Garros, Serbia's Novak Djokovic, Greece's Stefanos Tsitsipas, Benoit Tessier Novak Djokovic, Mats Wilander, Djokovic, Rod Laver, Novak, Wilander, Rafa Nadal, Mischa Zverev, Alexander, Zverev Organizations: Greece's Stefanos Tsitsipas REUTERS, Djokovic, Wimbledon, U.S, Flushing, Tokyo Games, Eurosport, Thomson Locations: Paris, France, Melbourne, Flushing Meadows
China's CGN says nuclear station meets safety rules amid reports of leak
  + stars: | 2021-06-14 | by ( ) www.reuters.com sentiment -0.50   time to read: +2 min
A nuclear reactor and related factilities as part of the Taishan Nuclear Power Plant, to be operated by China Guangdong Nuclear Power (CGN), is seen under construction in Taishan, Guangdong province, October 17, 2013. REUTERS/Bobby YipState-run China General Nuclear Power Group (CGN) said on Sunday that operations at its nuclear power station in south China meet safety rules and the surrounding environment is safe, shortly before a media report on a possible radiological leak. "Two reactors have since the start of commercial operations been operating according to nuclear safety rules and regulations. CGN said the statement was meant to address recent media enquiries into the operations of Taishan plant. The Taishan nuclear project is 70% owned by CGN, with Electricite de France (EDF.PA) (EDF) controlling the rest.
Persons: Bobby Yip, CGN, Electricite Organizations: Taishan Nuclear, China Guangdong Nuclear, REUTERS, China General Nuclear Power Group, CNN, CGN, Electricite de, EDF, Areva, Thomson Locations: Taishan, China, Guangdong province, French, Electricite de France, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Guangdong, Yunnan
General view of Ferrari's restaurant 'Cavallino' run by Michelin-starred chef Massimo Bottura in Maranello, Italy, June 8, 2021. The restaurant, closed in 2019 by previous owners, is now a cornerstone of Ferrari's new brand enhancement strategy, aimed at offering affluent customers and new clients more than just supercars. The Cavallino is not the first restaurant Bottura has launched in collaboration with a luxury brand. "I am thinking about my grandmother, brought from the moon after two years, and then let into the kitchen of the Cavallino," Bottura said. "It's the essence of a restaurant, we have to take care of people, of travellers, people who want to spend some time in a restaurant and enjoy," Bottura said.
Persons: Massimo Bottura, Guglielmo Mangiapane, Enzo Ferrari, Il, Armani, Rocco Iannone, Bottura, India Mahdavi, Gucci Organizations: Michelin, REUTERS, Ferrari, Reuters, Thomson Locations: Maranello, Italy, French, Florence, Beverly Hills, Modena
The part owner of the Taishan Nuclear Power Plant said it is working on a "performance issue" there. Framatome's statement came after CNN reported that it warned the US of an "imminent radiological threat." The part-owner of a Chinese nuclear power plant said it is experiencing a "performance issue" after a report it warned of a leak. Framatome, a French company that part-owns and helps operate the Taishan Nuclear Power Plant, told Agence France-Presse that it was "supporting resolution of a performance issue" at the plant. The plant said on Sunday, before the CNN report was published, that suggestions of radiation leakage were untrue, The Washington Post reported.
Persons: Framatome, Joe Biden's Organizations: Taishan Nuclear Power, CNN, Taishan Nuclear, Agence France, Washington Post Locations: Taishan, French, China
French Companies Cite Issues at Nuclear Power Plant in China
  + stars: | 2021-06-14 | by ( Keith Bradsher | ) www.nytimes.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: +2 min
This is not a new problem in nuclear reactors, sometimes occurring if a fuel rod has a crack. It is typically handled by removing the fuel rods from the reactor and letting the xenon isotope gradually dissipate over a couple of days through radioactive decay. The other option is to keep running the reactor and vent traces of the xenon gas from the reactor into the atmosphere. “The global best practice is to shut down and change out the leaking fuel rods as soon as practical,” he said. “This normally would occur way, way, way before you approach a regulatory limit.”It appeared that the reactor had released gas in the past.
Persons: , Framatome, Michael Friedlander Organizations: CNN, Hong Locations: U.S, West, Hong Kong
5 books Bill Gates recommends for your summer reading
  + stars: | 2021-06-14 | by ( Catherine Clifford | ) www.cnbc.com + 0.00   time to read: +10 min
"Whatever the reason, most of the books on my summer reading list this year touch on what happens when people come into conflict with the world around them," Gates writes. As the standard of living rises, population growth levels off and people start devoting resources to preserving and cleaning up the environment," Gates writes. "Obama makes it clear the positives of the job—especially the opportunity to make lives better— outweigh the negatives," Gates writes. "My first big takeaway is that one of GE's greatest apparent strengths was actually one of its greatest weaknesses," Gates writes. "It turns out that culture of making the numbers at all costs gave rise to 'success theater' and "chasing earnings,'" Gates writes.
Persons: Bill Gates, everyone's, Gates, I've, There's, Elizabeth Kolbert, Kolbert, Elizabeth, Barack Obama Gates, Barack Obama's, Obama isn't, Osama bin Laden, Obama, I'd, Thomas Gryta andTed Mann, Electric's, Thomas Gryta, Ted Mann, Richard Powers, Matt Richtel, Pulitzer, Richtel, Jason Greenstein, Paul Allen, Jason Greenstein's, Linda Segre, Melinda French Gates, Bill Gates's Organizations: General, GE, Microsoft, Wall Street, Wall, Investors, Elegant Defense, New York Times, The New York Times Locations: Richtel
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