Brendan Greeley

Bloomberg BusinessWeek

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Staff writer at Bloomberg BusinessWeek; former policy and technology correspondent for the Economist

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As commercial ridesharing becomes more popular, it's eating into the business of traditional cab companies.

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WikiLeaks's primary web address was deactivated and it lost its Internet server. PayPal and credit card companies won't do business.

Cyber Protestors Step Up Attacks in Support of WikiLeaks

WikiLeaks's primary web address was deactivated and it lost its Internet server. PayPal and credit card companies won't do business.

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