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Uber’s headline-grabbing week and sextech at SXSW – TechCrunch

I spent the week at SXSW, Austin’s really, really huge technology, music, comedy and film festival. It’s my first year…

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The “splinternet” is already here – TechCrunch

Keith Wright is a Villanova School of Business instructor of Accounting and Information Systems, founder of Simplicity On-Demand LLC and…

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After FAA doubles down on 737 decision, Canada grounds the planes amid reports of complaints from U.S. pilots – TechCrunch

After the Federal Aviation Administration issued a statement late yesterday doubling down on its decision to keep the Boeing 737…

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U.S. rule changes could mean more startups would need government approval to hire immigrants – TechCrunch

Big changes in DC could mean that more startups will need the government’s permission before foreign nationals do work at…