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How would Salesforce, Google and Disney benefit from buying Twitter?

Each rumored sale would have advantages except ABC News-owner Disney, which poses the risk of causing competitors to refrain from using the platform Twitter is being sold to Microsoft. No, Alphabet. The troubled, often controversial microblogging service is suddenly the prettiest tech company at the dance, with suitors clandestinely announced through media outlets including Bloomberg

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Boko Haram leader mocks Nigerian army, parents of missing girls

(CNN)Boko Haram’s embattled leader, Abubakar Shekau, appears in a new video to deny reports of his death and to taunt the parents of the nearly 300 school girls the group kidnapped from their boarding school in 2014. “To the despot Nigerian government: Die with envy. I’m not dead,” Shekau says in the video. Escaped Chibok

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Rory McIlroy wins Tour Championship and FedEx Cup double

(CNN)Rory McIlroy beat Americans Ryan Moore and Kevin Chappell in a sudden death playoff to win the Tour Championship and wrap up the FedEx Cup on a dramatic final day at East Lake. The stunning victory is worth $11.53 million to former world number one McIlroy, who conjured up a series of magical shots in

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When Romney trounced Obama

(CNN)The sheer panic Democrats felt in 2012 after Mitt Romney demolished Barack Obama at their first presidential debate in Denver can’t be overstated. It wasn’t one of those classic debate gaffes: Richard Nixon mopping his sweaty brow; Michael Dukakis’s robotic response to whether he’d favor the death penalty if someone raped and murdered his wife;

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CNN Student News - September  26, 2016

September 26, 2016 On the day of the first U.S. presidential debate between the Democratic and Republican nominees, we’re taking a look at everything from a hypothetical electoral map to the role of the debate moderator. Afterward, we’re taking you to a country that could bring a number of challenges for the next U.S. president,

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Fifa disbands its anti-racism taskforce declaring that the job is done

Fifa has disbanded its anti-racism taskforce, declaring the work complete despite ongoing concerns about discriminatory behaviour in Russia, the hosts of the 2018 World Cup Fifa has disbanded its anti-racism task force, declaring the work complete despite ongoing concerns about discriminatory behaviour in Russia, the hosts of the 2018 World Cup. Fifa has written to