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Buyer’s Remorse: Investor Wants China’s Steve Jobs to Step Aside


Jia Yueting has led LeEco Holdings on an aggressive campaign of expansion, but now one of his biggest backers wants him to go.

Videogame ‘Add Ons': Billion-Dollar Business and Two-Edged Sword


Digital enhancements and add-ons for hit videogames like “Battlefield 1,” “Call of Duty” and “Assassin’s Creed” boost sales but may kill fans’ appetite for the next blockbuster.

BlackBerry Arbitration Ruling Cuts Into Qualcomm’s Profit


An arbitration decision in a dispute with BlackBerry Ltd. weighed on Qualcomm Inc.’s earnings in the latest quarter, a further blow to its results after the chip maker paid a hefty South Korean government fine the previous quarter, and a reminder of ongoing challenges to its patent licensing business.

Fujifilm Delays Earnings Release


The Tokyo-based medical device and camera maker postponed its earnings announcement and said it expected a loss of some $200 million over possible accounting irregularities at a subsidiary in New Zealand.

A $3.5 Billion Startup Exposed Hospital’s Data Without Permission


Cybersecurity firm Tanium spent years pitching its software by showing it working in a client’s network—something the client, a California hospital, says Tanium never had permission to do.

Housing Crunch Threatens Reno’s Tech Boom


During the recession, Reno was a poster child for the risks of overbuilding. Now, the city is facing a looming housing crisis after enticing tech companies to open manufacturing facilities.

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