WSJ.com: WSJD 30 March 2018

Trump Rips Amazon Over Taxes, Impact on Other Businesses

President Donald Trump escalated his long-running feud with the e-commerce giant at a time of intensifying political and public agitation over the power of big technology companies.

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Washington Woes Aside, Huawei Is Determined to Lead on 5G

Far from Washington, where the government has called Huawei a national-security threat, the world’s largest maker of cellular-tower equipment is trying to dominate discussions on the development and design of the next generation of mobile networks, dubbed 5G.

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Tesla Recalls Model S Cars Over Bolt Issue

The Silicon Valley auto maker said the recall applies to sedans built before April 2016 after it discovered that certain corroding bolts in cold weather climates could lead to a power-steering failure.

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Toshiba Chip-Unit Sale Needs Extra Time to Finish

The Japanese company said the closing of the $19 billion sale of its chip unit to a Bain Capital-led group has been delayed until April at the earliest as the company awaits final antitrust approval.

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Breach of Under Armour App Affects 150 Million Users

Emails, usernames and passwords on the MyFitnessPal app were exposed in February, but government-issued identifiers and credit-card information weren’t compromised, Under Armour said.

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Lawyers for Uber Victim's Family Say Issue Is 'Resolved'

A law firm hired by the family of an Arizona woman who died after being struck by a self-driving Uber vehicle said the issue “has been resolved.”

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'Ready Player One': Can a Movie Speed Adoption of VR?

Ernest Cline, the author of “Ready Player One,” says Steven Spielberg’s movie adaptation will “change the speed with which virtual reality is adopted.” This video takes a look at just how realistic that is.

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