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  • 1/26   Press Review #voip #hearingloss
    TECHNOLOGY TOPIC NEWS

    

 - Troubleshoot the SNR and Attenuation of Your DSL Modem to Fix Your Broadband Internet Speed - Tech Featured   More Information - Sound Pharmaceuticals and DoD collaborate on new hearing loss guidance - PR Newswire (press release)   More Information - Preventing Hearing Loss: Noise Infographics [Photo Gallery] - EHS Today   More Information - 'Skype & Type' Attack Shows Feasability Of Acoustic Eavesdropping In VoIP Calls - Tom's Hardware   More Information - Murphy's Law: The security version - Network World   More Information - 911 call misrouted by 2500 miles - Network World   More Information - Beyond 911: Other N-1-1 codes you should know - Network World   More Information - GenVec Provides Update on Hearing Loss Clinical Program - PR Newswire (press release)   More Information - Well, I never! iOS 10's voicemail transcription has a potty mouth - Network World   More Information - VoIP phone with default password can be used for covert surveillance - Network World   More Information


Did you see the #crowdfunding campaign that @whmsoft will start? #tailored #3d #vr #audio.
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    - Troubleshoot the SNR and Attenuation of Your DSL Modem to Fix Your Broadband Internet Speed - Tech Featured
       More Information

    - Sound Pharmaceuticals and DoD collaborate on new hearing loss guidance - PR Newswire (press release)
       More Information

    - Preventing Hearing Loss: Noise Infographics [Photo Gallery] - EHS Today
       More Information

    - 'Skype & Type' Attack Shows Feasability Of Acoustic Eavesdropping In VoIP Calls - Tom's Hardware
       More Information

    - Murphy's Law: The security version - Network World
       More Information

    - 911 call misrouted by 2500 miles - Network World
       More Information

    - Beyond 911: Other N-1-1 codes you should know - Network World
       More Information

    - GenVec Provides Update on Hearing Loss Clinical Program - PR Newswire (press release)
       More Information

    - Well, I never! iOS 10's voicemail transcription has a potty mouth - Network World
       More Information

    - VoIP phone with default password can be used for covert surveillance - Network World
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    Did you see the #crowdfunding campaign that @whmsoft will start? #tailored #3d #vr #audio. Please share and comment. Campaign link:

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  • 2/26   Amazon looks to the sky to store products

    (Reuters) - Amazon.com Inc has filed for a patent to use airships to store products and serve as a base for delivery-drones.

    (Reuters) - Amazon.com Inc has filed for a patent to use airships to store products and serve as a base for delivery-drones.


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  • 3/26   Battered Toshiba out of easy options to plug nuclear hole

    By Makiko Yamazaki and Taro Fuse TOKYO (Reuters) - Faced with the prospect of a multi-billion-dollar writedown that could wipe out its shareholders' equity, Japan's Toshiba is running out of fixes: it is burning cash, cannot issue shares and has few easy assets left to sell. The Tokyo-based conglomerate, which is still recovering from a $1.3 billion accounting scandal in 2015, dismayed investors and lenders again this week by announcing that cost overruns at a U.S. nuclear business bought only last year meant it could now face a crippling charge against profit. Toshiba says it will be weeks before it can give a final number, but a writedown of the scale expected - as much as 500 billion yen ($4.3 billion), according to one source close to Toshiba - would leave the group scrambling to plug the financial hole and keep up hefty investments in the competitive memory chip industry, which generates the bulk of its operating profit.

    By Makiko Yamazaki and Taro Fuse TOKYO (Reuters) - Faced with the prospect of a multi-billion-dollar writedown that could wipe out its shareholders' equity, Japan's Toshiba is running out of fixes: it is burning cash, cannot issue shares and has few easy assets left to sell. The Tokyo-based conglomerate, which is still recovering from a $1.3 billion accounting scandal in 2015, dismayed investors and lenders again this week by announcing that cost overruns at a U.S. nuclear business bought only last year meant it could now face a crippling charge against profit. Toshiba says it will be weeks before it can give a final number, but a writedown of the scale expected - as much as 500 billion yen ($4.3 billion), according to one source close to Toshiba - would leave the group scrambling to plug the financial hole and keep up hefty investments in the competitive memory chip industry, which generates the bulk of its operating profit.


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  • 4/26   Sprint, OneWeb say 8,000 jobs announced by Trump are part of SoftBank pledge

    By Richard Cowan PALM BEACH, Fla. (Reuters) - U.S. President-elect Donald Trump on Wednesday said telecommunications group Sprint Corp and a U.S. satellite company OneWeb will bring 8,000 jobs to the United States, and the companies said the positions were part of a previously disclosed pledge by Japan's SoftBank Group Corp. SoftBank holds stakes in both companies and its chief, billionaire businessman Masayoshi Son, earlier in December said he would invest $50 billion in the United States and create 50,000 jobs. Sprint in January said it had cut 2,500 jobs as part of its plan to cut $2.5 billion in costs.

    By Richard Cowan PALM BEACH, Fla. (Reuters) - U.S. President-elect Donald Trump on Wednesday said telecommunications group Sprint Corp and a U.S. satellite company OneWeb will bring 8,000 jobs to the United States, and the companies said the positions were part of a previously disclosed pledge by Japan's SoftBank Group Corp. SoftBank holds stakes in both companies and its chief, billionaire businessman Masayoshi Son, earlier in December said he would invest $50 billion in the United States and create 50,000 jobs. Sprint in January said it had cut 2,500 jobs as part of its plan to cut $2.5 billion in costs.


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  • 5/26   U.S. set to announce response to Russian election hacking: sources

    By Dustin Volz and Joel Schectman WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Obama administration plans to announce on Thursday a series of retaliatory measures against Russia for hacking into U.S. political institutions and individuals and leaking information in an effort to help President-elect Donald Trump and other Republican candidates, two U.S. officials said on Wednesday. Both officials declined to specify what actions President Barack Obama has approved, but said targeted economic sanctions, indictments, leaking information to embarrass Russian officials or oligarchs, and restrictions on Russian diplomats in the United States are among steps that have been discussed. The Federal Bureau of Investigation, Central Intelligence Agency and Office of Director of National Intelligence agree that Russia was behind hacks into Democratic Party organizations and operatives ahead of the Nov. 8 presidential election.

    By Dustin Volz and Joel Schectman WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Obama administration plans to announce on Thursday a series of retaliatory measures against Russia for hacking into U.S. political institutions and individuals and leaking information in an effort to help President-elect Donald Trump and other Republican candidates, two U.S. officials said on Wednesday. Both officials declined to specify what actions President Barack Obama has approved, but said targeted economic sanctions, indictments, leaking information to embarrass Russian officials or oligarchs, and restrictions on Russian diplomats in the United States are among steps that have been discussed. The Federal Bureau of Investigation, Central Intelligence Agency and Office of Director of National Intelligence agree that Russia was behind hacks into Democratic Party organizations and operatives ahead of the Nov. 8 presidential election.


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  • 6/26   China's cash-strapped LeEco in talks to gain $1.4 billion from investor

    By David Stanway and Jess Macy Yu SHANGHAI/HONG KONG (Reuters) - China's cash-strapped LeEco said it is in talks to secure 10 billion yuan ($1.4 billion) from an unidentified strategic investor, but the announcement was seen as insufficient to dispel concern over the high-tech conglomerate's financial health. Led by tycoon Jia Yueting, LeEco expanded aggressively into electric and driverless cars and smartphones after making its name in video streaming, but last month warned staff it was facing 'a big company disease' after growing too fast and in too many directions left it short of funds. LeEco is still finalizing details of the investment, according to a filing by its Shenzhen-listed unit Leshi Internet Information and Technology .

    By David Stanway and Jess Macy Yu SHANGHAI/HONG KONG (Reuters) - China's cash-strapped LeEco said it is in talks to secure 10 billion yuan ($1.4 billion) from an unidentified strategic investor, but the announcement was seen as insufficient to dispel concern over the high-tech conglomerate's financial health. Led by tycoon Jia Yueting, LeEco expanded aggressively into electric and driverless cars and smartphones after making its name in video streaming, but last month warned staff it was facing 'a big company disease' after growing too fast and in too many directions left it short of funds. LeEco is still finalizing details of the investment, according to a filing by its Shenzhen-listed unit Leshi Internet Information and Technology .


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  • 7/26   New York eases proposed cyber regulations after industry complaints

    New York state's financial regulator on Wednesday issued a revised proposal for the nation's first cyber security rules for banks and insurers, loosening some security requirements and delaying implementation by two months to March 1. The rules from the New York State Department of Financial Services are being closely because they lay out unprecedented requirements on steps that financial firms must take to protect their networks and customer data from hackers and disclose cyber events to state regulators. "Many organizations are going to have a lot of work to do to come into compliance with these revised regulations," said Jed Davis, a partner with law firm Day Pitney and former U.S. federal cyber crimes prosecutor.

    New York state's financial regulator on Wednesday issued a revised proposal for the nation's first cyber security rules for banks and insurers, loosening some security requirements and delaying implementation by two months to March 1. The rules from the New York State Department of Financial Services are being closely because they lay out unprecedented requirements on steps that financial firms must take to protect their networks and customer data from hackers and disclose cyber events to state regulators. "Many organizations are going to have a lot of work to do to come into compliance with these revised regulations," said Jed Davis, a partner with law firm Day Pitney and former U.S. federal cyber crimes prosecutor.


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  • 8/26   Obama imposes sanctions on Russia over election hacking

    The Obama administration today announced new sanctions against Russia in response to the country’s widely reported role in hacks meant to influence the US presidential election. Included on that list are multiple officials from Russia’s Main Intelligence Directorate, the country’s military intelligence unit tied to this year’s hack of the Democratic National Committee. Russia’s Federal Security Service, another intelligence agency, has also been sanctioned.

    The Obama administration today announced new sanctions against Russia in response to the country’s widely reported role in hacks meant to influence the US presidential election. Included on that list are multiple officials from Russia’s Main Intelligence Directorate, the country’s military intelligence unit tied to this year’s hack of the Democratic National Committee. Russia’s Federal Security Service, another intelligence agency, has also been sanctioned.


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  • 9/26   Obama imposes sanctions on Russia over election hacking

    The Obama administration today announced new sanctions against Russia in response to the country’s widely reported role in hacks meant to influence the US presidential election. Included on that list are multiple officials from Russia’s Main Intelligence Directorate, the country’s military intelligence unit tied to this year’s hack of the Democratic National Committee. Russia’s Federal Security Service, another intelligence agency, has also been sanctioned.

    The Obama administration today announced new sanctions against Russia in response to the country’s widely reported role in hacks meant to influence the US presidential election. Included on that list are multiple officials from Russia’s Main Intelligence Directorate, the country’s military intelligence unit tied to this year’s hack of the Democratic National Committee. Russia’s Federal Security Service, another intelligence agency, has also been sanctioned.


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  • 10/26   The Adam Ruins Everything takedown of electric cars is wrong because it's built on lazy research

    Adam Ruins Everything, a TruTV show created by comedian Adam Conover, points out obvious problems in an effort to get some laughs. In a new sketch, though, Conover turns his sights on electric cars. Why bother attacking electric cars and the people who want to buy them?

    Adam Ruins Everything, a TruTV show created by comedian Adam Conover, points out obvious problems in an effort to get some laughs. In a new sketch, though, Conover turns his sights on electric cars. Why bother attacking electric cars and the people who want to buy them?


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  • 11/26   The Adam Ruins Everything takedown of electric cars is wrong because it's built on lazy research

    Adam Ruins Everything, a TruTV show created by comedian Adam Conover, points out obvious problems in an effort to get some laughs. In a new sketch, though, Conover turns his sights on electric cars. Why bother attacking electric cars and the people who want to buy them?

    Adam Ruins Everything, a TruTV show created by comedian Adam Conover, points out obvious problems in an effort to get some laughs. In a new sketch, though, Conover turns his sights on electric cars. Why bother attacking electric cars and the people who want to buy them?


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  • 12/26   Humanoid robot Pepper is amusing, but is it practical?

    SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — While merrily chirping, dancing and posing for selfies, a robot named Pepper looks like another expensive toy at a San Francisco mall. But don't dismiss it as mere child's play.

    SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — While merrily chirping, dancing and posing for selfies, a robot named Pepper looks like another expensive toy at a San Francisco mall. But don't dismiss it as mere child's play.


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  • 13/26   Ryan Gosling will star in La La Land director’s Neil Armstrong biopic

    After over a year of speculation, Ryan Gosling has signed on to star in the upcoming Neil Armstrong biopic First Man, Variety reports. The film will be directed by La La Land’s Damien Chazelle, from a script by Spotlight’s Josh Singer. The story is based on Armstrong’s official biography, First Man: A Life of Neil A. Armstrong, published by NASA historian James Hansen in 2005. Warner Bros. and Clint Eastwood purchased the film rights to the book two years before its publish, with Eastwood set to direct and produce, but the project then languished for a decade.

    After over a year of speculation, Ryan Gosling has signed on to star in the upcoming Neil Armstrong biopic First Man, Variety reports. The film will be directed by La La Land’s Damien Chazelle, from a script by Spotlight’s Josh Singer. The story is based on Armstrong’s official biography, First Man: A Life of Neil A. Armstrong, published by NASA historian James Hansen in 2005. Warner Bros. and Clint Eastwood purchased the film rights to the book two years before its publish, with Eastwood set to direct and produce, but the project then languished for a decade.


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  • 14/26   Ryan Gosling will star in La La Land director’s Neil Armstrong biopic

    After over a year of speculation, Ryan Gosling has signed on to star in the upcoming Neil Armstrong biopic First Man, Variety reports. The film will be directed by La La Land’s Damien Chazelle, from a script by Spotlight’s Josh Singer. The story is based on Armstrong’s official biography, First Man: A Life of Neil A. Armstrong, published by NASA historian James Hansen in 2005. Warner Bros. and Clint Eastwood purchased the film rights to the book two years before its publish, with Eastwood set to direct and produce, but the project then languished for a decade.

    After over a year of speculation, Ryan Gosling has signed on to star in the upcoming Neil Armstrong biopic First Man, Variety reports. The film will be directed by La La Land’s Damien Chazelle, from a script by Spotlight’s Josh Singer. The story is based on Armstrong’s official biography, First Man: A Life of Neil A. Armstrong, published by NASA historian James Hansen in 2005. Warner Bros. and Clint Eastwood purchased the film rights to the book two years before its publish, with Eastwood set to direct and produce, but the project then languished for a decade.


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  • 15/26   8 steps to breaking bad news to difficult project stakeholders

    There is no easy way to deliver bad news to anyone, especially difficult project stakeholders. These pointers will help cushion the blow.

    There is no easy way to deliver bad news to anyone, especially difficult project stakeholders. These pointers will help cushion the blow.


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  • 16/26   Hatchimals: everything you’re too embarrassed to ask

    The toy craze of 2016 has, for many Americans, been released from its temporary, concealed home beneath Christmas trees, and unleashed upon living rooms. It squawks, it waddles, and of course, it hatches.

    The toy craze of 2016 has, for many Americans, been released from its temporary, concealed home beneath Christmas trees, and unleashed upon living rooms. It squawks, it waddles, and of course, it hatches.


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  • 17/26   Hatchimals: everything you’re too embarrassed to ask

    If the word “Hatchimal” sounds like utter nonsense to you, you’ve come to the right place. The toy craze of 2016 has, for many Americans, been released from its temporary, concealed home beneath Christmas trees, and unleashed upon living rooms. It squawks, it waddles, and of course, it hatches. But what is it.We’ve created a helpful FAQ, so that you better understand these creatures that combine the eerie artificial behavior of a Furby with the biological horror of birth.What is a Hatchimal?Created by toymaker Spin Masters, Hatchimals were this year’s holiday it-toy. ...

    If the word “Hatchimal” sounds like utter nonsense to you, you’ve come to the right place. The toy craze of 2016 has, for many Americans, been released from its temporary, concealed home beneath Christmas trees, and unleashed upon living rooms. It squawks, it waddles, and of course, it hatches. But what is it.We’ve created a helpful FAQ, so that you better understand these creatures that combine the eerie artificial behavior of a Furby with the biological horror of birth.What is a Hatchimal?Created by toymaker Spin Masters, Hatchimals were this year’s holiday it-toy. ...


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  • 18/26   Dilbert creator Scott Adams issues bad-faith ‘climate challenge’

    Adams was once known mostly for creating a comic strip about working in a cubicle, but for the last few years has mostly been known for having aged into the hated boss character from his own strip. Regarding climate change, you’d think that global cooperation to pass the Paris accords, “catastrophic” warnings about Arctic sea ice levels and UN reports that even our best efforts are not enough might be enough to convince Adams. In a longer version of the challenge posted to his blog, Adams writes that he wants to find a scientist who believes that climate models do a good job of predicting the future, and not just CO2 measurements or greenhouse gas emissions.

    Adams was once known mostly for creating a comic strip about working in a cubicle, but for the last few years has mostly been known for having aged into the hated boss character from his own strip. Regarding climate change, you’d think that global cooperation to pass the Paris accords, “catastrophic” warnings about Arctic sea ice levels and UN reports that even our best efforts are not enough might be enough to convince Adams. In a longer version of the challenge posted to his blog, Adams writes that he wants to find a scientist who believes that climate models do a good job of predicting the future, and not just CO2 measurements or greenhouse gas emissions.


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  • 19/26   Dilbert creator Scott Adams issues bad-faith ‘climate challenge’

    Adams was once known mostly for creating a comic strip about working in a cubicle, but for the last few years has mostly been known for having aged into the hated boss character from his own strip. Regarding climate change, you’d think that global cooperation to pass the Paris accords, “catastrophic” warnings about Arctic sea ice levels and UN reports that even our best efforts are not enough might be enough to convince Adams. In a longer version of the challenge posted to his blog, Adams writes that he wants to find a scientist who believes that climate models do a good job of predicting the future, and not just CO2 measurements or greenhouse gas emissions.

    Adams was once known mostly for creating a comic strip about working in a cubicle, but for the last few years has mostly been known for having aged into the hated boss character from his own strip. Regarding climate change, you’d think that global cooperation to pass the Paris accords, “catastrophic” warnings about Arctic sea ice levels and UN reports that even our best efforts are not enough might be enough to convince Adams. In a longer version of the challenge posted to his blog, Adams writes that he wants to find a scientist who believes that climate models do a good job of predicting the future, and not just CO2 measurements or greenhouse gas emissions.


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  • 20/26   Milo Yiannopoulos gets $250,000 from Simon & Schuster for a book on ‘free speech’

    Breitbart News tech editor Milo Yiannopoulos will be publishing a book through Simon & Schuster’s Threshold Editions imprint, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Yiannopoulos told THR that he met with Simon & Schuster “top execs” earlier this year and “spent half an hour trying to shock them with lewd jokes and outrageous opinions,” expecting to be asked to leave. When reached by email, a representative for Threshold Editions told The Verge that the book, titled Dangerous, is set for release on March 14, 2017.

    Breitbart News tech editor Milo Yiannopoulos will be publishing a book through Simon & Schuster’s Threshold Editions imprint, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Yiannopoulos told THR that he met with Simon & Schuster “top execs” earlier this year and “spent half an hour trying to shock them with lewd jokes and outrageous opinions,” expecting to be asked to leave. When reached by email, a representative for Threshold Editions told The Verge that the book, titled Dangerous, is set for release on March 14, 2017.


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  • 21/26   Milo Yiannopoulos gets $250,000 from Simon & Schuster for a book on ‘free speech’

    Breitbart News tech editor Milo Yiannopoulos will be publishing a book through Simon & Schuster’s Threshold Editions imprint, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Yiannopoulos told THR that he met with Simon & Schuster “top execs” earlier this year and “spent half an hour trying to shock them with lewd jokes and outrageous opinions,” expecting to be asked to leave. When reached by email, a representative for Threshold Editions told The Verge that the book, titled Dangerous, is set for release on March 14, 2017.

    Breitbart News tech editor Milo Yiannopoulos will be publishing a book through Simon & Schuster’s Threshold Editions imprint, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Yiannopoulos told THR that he met with Simon & Schuster “top execs” earlier this year and “spent half an hour trying to shock them with lewd jokes and outrageous opinions,” expecting to be asked to leave. When reached by email, a representative for Threshold Editions told The Verge that the book, titled Dangerous, is set for release on March 14, 2017.


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  • 22/26   Amazon patented a fantastical floating airship warehouse for its delivery drones

    Amazon has been working on getting a drone delivery program off the ground for a while now, but some new patents show the company isn't out of wild ideas. As TechCrunch reports, Zoe Leavitt, an analyst for CB Insights, has discovered a recent Amazon patent for an "airborne fulfillment center utilizing unmanned aerial vehicles for item delivery" — i.e., a giant flying drone mothership zeppelin warehouse.

    Amazon has been working on getting a drone delivery program off the ground for a while now, but some new patents show the company isn't out of wild ideas. As TechCrunch reports, Zoe Leavitt, an analyst for CB Insights, has discovered a recent Amazon patent for an "airborne fulfillment center utilizing unmanned aerial vehicles for item delivery" — i.e., a giant flying drone mothership zeppelin warehouse.


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  • 23/26   Amazon patented a fantastical floating airship warehouse for its delivery drones

    Amazon has been working on getting a drone delivery program off the ground for a while now, but some new patents show the company isn't out of wild ideas. As TechCrunch reports, Zoe Leavitt, an analyst for CB Insights, has discovered a recent Amazon patent for an "airborne fulfillment center utilizing unmanned aerial vehicles for item delivery" — i.e., a giant flying drone mothership zeppelin warehouse.

    Amazon has been working on getting a drone delivery program off the ground for a while now, but some new patents show the company isn't out of wild ideas. As TechCrunch reports, Zoe Leavitt, an analyst for CB Insights, has discovered a recent Amazon patent for an "airborne fulfillment center utilizing unmanned aerial vehicles for item delivery" — i.e., a giant flying drone mothership zeppelin warehouse.


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  • 24/26   How Adam Driver turned naked vulnerability into unconventional stardom

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  • 25/26   Another shake-up at Faraday Future, as ‘global CEO’ departs

    Ding Lei, left, and Jia Yueting at the unveiling of the LeSee in October. Ding Lei, a top executive at Chinese tech giant LeEco and “global CEO” of Faraday Future, has stepped down from overseeing Faraday Future, sources tell The Verge. Faraday Future never had an official CEO — the company has gone almost two years without naming one — but sources tell The Verge that Ding helped run things from his perch at LeEco, a major investor in FF.

    Ding Lei, left, and Jia Yueting at the unveiling of the LeSee in October. Ding Lei, a top executive at Chinese tech giant LeEco and “global CEO” of Faraday Future, has stepped down from overseeing Faraday Future, sources tell The Verge. Faraday Future never had an official CEO — the company has gone almost two years without naming one — but sources tell The Verge that Ding helped run things from his perch at LeEco, a major investor in FF.


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  • 26/26   Another shake-up at Faraday Future, as ‘global CEO’ departs

    Ding Lei, left, and Jia Yueting at the unveiling of the LeSee in October. Ding Lei, a top executive at Chinese tech giant LeEco and “global CEO” of Faraday Future, has stepped down from overseeing Faraday Future, sources tell The Verge. Faraday Future never had an official CEO — the company has gone almost two years without naming one — but sources tell The Verge that Ding helped run things from his perch at LeEco, a major investor in FF.

    Ding Lei, left, and Jia Yueting at the unveiling of the LeSee in October. Ding Lei, a top executive at Chinese tech giant LeEco and “global CEO” of Faraday Future, has stepped down from overseeing Faraday Future, sources tell The Verge. Faraday Future never had an official CEO — the company has gone almost two years without naming one — but sources tell The Verge that Ding helped run things from his perch at LeEco, a major investor in FF.


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