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Tesla shares poised to rise after 'fever pitch' of bad news: analyst
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Immaterial negative news stories about Tesla Inc have hit a "fever pitch", and the electric carmaker's stock is set to surge as output of its Model 3 sedan improves, according to an analyst.

Cyber researchers, Ukraine warn of possible Russian attack
TORONTO/KIEV (Reuters) - Hackers have infected at least 500,000 routers and storage devices in dozens of countries, some of the world's biggest cyber security firms warned on Wednesday, in a campaign that Ukraine said was preparation for a future Russian cyber attack.

Tesla Model 3 registrations zip past rivals in California
(Reuters) - Tesla Inc's Model 3 sedan recorded more registrations in California than its class rivals BMW 3-Series and Mercedes C-Class in the first quarter, according to a report by the California New Car Dealers Association (CNCDA). Model 3 registrations totaled 3,723, or 14.3 percent of the near-luxury segment, compared with 3,323 for the Mercedes variant and 3,260 for the BMW model, the CNCDA report said.

'There is no free lunch', Macron tells tech giant CEOs
PARIS (Reuters) - President Emmanuel Macron told executives from the world's biggest technology firms on Wednesday that he wanted innovation to be a driving force for the French economy, but also that they needed to contribute more to society.

Italy to auction 5G frequencies by end-September
MILAN (Reuters) - Italy's communications regulator AGCOM said on Wednesday the government would auction frequencies for fifth-generation mobile services in September, in a move it expects to raise at least 2.5 billion euros ($2.9 billion) for state coffers.

Facebook users unite! 'Data Labour Union' launches in Netherlands
AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - Activists in Amsterdam on Wednesday launched the 'Datavakbond' or "data labor union", which hopes to elect leaders to negotiate directly with Facebook and Google over what they do with users' data.

Mobile payment firms struggle to dethrone cash in Southeast Asia
SINGAPORE/HANOI (Reuters) - Bui Mai Phuong is an avid online shopper, ordering anything from clothing to personal-care products from her smartphone. But she prefers to pay with cash.

Trump floats management changes instead of sanctions for China's ZTE

Uber widens health cover in Europe as new CEO meets France's Macron

Consumer groups ask U.S. agency to probe Tesla 'Autopilot' ads