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An error by Dow Jones & Co. in configuring a cloud-computing service left addresses and other information about subscribers to some of its products, including The Wall Street Journal, exposed to possible unauthorized access. (read more)


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Rupert Murdoch, the media billionaire who controls the Wall Street Journal, called on Facebook Inc. to begin paying publishers fees to carry the news that its users post and share online. (read more)

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Washington Wizards guard John Wall got a bit personal with Dallas Mavericks counterpart JJ Barea after their game on Monday night.Following the Wizards’ embarrassing 98-75 loss to the Mavs, Wall called the six-foot Barea “a little midget,” prompting the latter to fire back at him. (read more)

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After more than a year of testing with an employee-only focus group, Amazon Go opened to the public Monday in downtown Seattle, putting to the test the online retailer's technology that lets shoppers grab what they want and leave without paying a cashier (read more)

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After an impressive victory over the defending champion Warriors, the Rockets are hoping to avoid a letdown against a scrappy Heat team. Here's what you need to know ahead of Monday's matchup. (read more)

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Add the Dallas Mavericks to the list of teams the Wizards just plain do not like. The Wizards have had beef with a host of their. (read more)

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The heartless couple met a strange man online and arranged a kinky hotel rendezvous with him in 2009, according to the wife's sister (read more)

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