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Author: Luke Hartwig

Luke is a software developer. Subsequent to finishing his Masters in science, Luke took to technology and modern news coverage to give an account of tech and industry news from around the globe. Luke is an unmistakable identity and holds prosperous bent of his space. Investigating the most recent devices that are joined with the cutting edge innovation is the interest that sets aside a few minutes he is spending on.
Oil Prices Pull back on Concerns about Higher Global Production
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Oil Prices Pull back on Concerns about Higher Global Production

According to these oil losses in future trading, global oil producers, are concerned with the bump up in the production of more oil to its expectancy by the investors. Investors reported that crude contracts are paring up with this big stemming loss earlier this weekend. According to president Trump, he tweeted that, Saudi Arabia is among the countries with bigger and high production potential of oil. According to West Texas August crude New York exchange mercantile, the production of crude oil was pulling back at around 0.41 cents which were nearly 0.6% at a price of $73.75 per barrel. However, the past week on Friday there was a 1% raise. This led to a drop of $1.10 which is nearly 1.4% making it $78.15 per barrel in September. According to reports, in November 2014, west Texas record...
AT&T Confirms Acquisition of AppNexus, for Reportedly Between $1.6B and $2B
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AT&T Confirms Acquisition of AppNexus, for Reportedly Between $1.6B and $2B

Even though AT&T could have initiated this project from the ground, this would mean spearing down some bolts mainly on the IP addresses and nearly 400 to 500 engineers. Also, this would thereby exclude the existence of a new business to the already existing company. According to AT&T, it stated that “as an investment company, we will and shall continue to build on and invest in AppNexus’ technology foundation as the company is side by side integrated with AT&T first and third party data, content and premium video distribution.” AT&T continued saying that, “innovation is the strongest core to the heritage of both companies i.e. AT&T and AppNexus, and also we are excited to have an opportunity to future chart advertising course together,” said Brian O’Kelly the CEO ...