Athenahealth to Sell Itself for $5.47 Billion – Wall Street Journal

Jeff Immelt, the former CEO of General Electric, was named executive chairman of Athenahealth in June. Photo: Pat Sullivan/Associated Press 0 Comments By Allison Prang Allison Prang The Wall Street Journal Biography @allisonprang allison.prang@wsj.com Nov. 12, 2018 10:11 a.m. ET Health-care software firm Athenahealth Inc. ATHN 9.72% is selling itself to two private-equity firms for $5.47 billion in cash months ...

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Avengers: Infinity War Wins Big at the People's Choice Awards – Screen Rant

advertising Marvel Studios wins big at this year’s People’s Choice Awards (officially 2018 E! People’s Choice Awards) by nabbing several accolades including “The Action Movie of 2018” for Avengers: Infinity War. Going through a major rebranding this year, the 44th edition of the annual awards show moved from CBS to E! following the latter’s acquisition of the People’s Choice Awards ...

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Miley Cyrus, Neil Young, Gerard Butler and more lose homes in California wildfires – USA TODAY

Cydney Henderson USA TODAY Published 11:14 AM EST Nov 12, 2018 An intense wildfire raging through Southern California forced tens of thousands of people to flee their homes, including several celebrities, who are awaiting the fate of their residences. Sunday evening, Miley Cyrus shared with her more than 40 million Twitter followers that her home was incinerated. Still, she felt ...

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Galaxy F Concept Envisions Samsung's Foldable Smartphone: Video – Android Headlines

Samsung had shown off its foldable smartphone demo prototype last week, and while we’re waiting for the actual device to launch and become available, a YouTube channel called ‘Concept Creator’ has published a concept design of the Galaxy F, aka the company’s foldable smartphone. This concept design is shown in form of a video, of course, and that video is ...

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Voice tech like Alexa and Siri hasn't found its true calling yet: Inside the voice assistant 'revolution' – Recode

You can soon, if you insist, talk to your microwave — and it will listen. Amazon recently announced a $60 voice-activated microwave, along with 10 other new products using its Alexa voice assistant. Roll your eyes if you’d like, but it’s the latest example of Amazon’s obsession with making Alexa — which first launched four years ago — ubiquitous, from ...

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SAP snatches sentiment tracker Qualtrics from verge of IPO for $8 billion – Reuters

FRANKFURT (Reuters) – German business software company SAP (SAPG.DE) has agreed to buy Qualtrics International for $8 billion in cash, pre-empting a planned stock market listing by the U.S.-based company which specializes in tracking online sentiment. The deal will help Europe’s most valuable tech firm strengthen its customer relationship management (CRM) software offering, a focus of Chief Executive Bill McDermott ...

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Rocket Lab steps into spotlight with its first commercial rocket launch – Digital Trends

[embedded content] Private commercial space launches are being developed by a slew of companies, but California-based Rocket Lab is endeavoring to move ahead of the competition. The company on Sunday, November 11 achieved a flawless launch from New Zealand’s North Island in a debut commercial mission that successfully deployed a number of small satellites into orbit. The mission, called “It’s ...

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Midterm fury fuels Trump's assault on constitutional norms – CNN

Trump has reacted to the coming Lawyers for Democratic and Republican candidates are now launching dueling campaigns. Each side has every right to make their case after the state’s Republican secretary of state ordered recounts to begin given thin margins.”Every vote should be counted, but, by gosh, not let fraudulent or anti-Constitutional behavior prevail,” Colorado Sen. Cory Gardner, who ran ...

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