Below please find a roundup of business and technology news from the past week.
- President Trump asserted today that Google’s algorithm discriminates against conservative news media, and says the issue “will be addressed.” Larry Kudlow, an economic adviser to the President, has said that the White House will follow up.
- The Washington Post reports that Disney parks employees, after a year of tense talks, have struck a deal with their employer for a $15 per hour wage.
- The Guardian discusses today’s stock uptick after President Trump’s assertion that he has struck a new preliminary trade deal with Mexico that the President hopes will replace NAFTA, the current free trade agreement the United States has with Canada and Mexico. Talks with Canada are ongoing.
- Polygon reports that streaming site Twitch is removing all video containing footage of this week’s mass shooting at a Madden e-sports tournament in Jacksonville, Florida. At least some similar videos on YouTube and Twitter will likely remain.
- Reuters reports that U.S. cable TV provider Altice has filed an opposition to the proposed merger between T-Mobile and Sprint.
- The Washington Post discusses Elon Musk’s decision to keep Tesla public.
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