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How I accidentally gatecrashed a startup's morning meeting

  • Reporters use a ton of tools to collect information, monitor changes in websites, check if someone opened their email for comment, and to navigate vast pools of public data.
  • One tool I use frequently on the security beat lists all the subdomains on a company’s website.
  • The company had hardcoded their Zoom meeting rooms to a number of subdomains on their company’s website.
  • Anyone who knew the easy-to-guess subdomain — trust me, you could guess it — would immediately launch into one of the company’s standing Zoom meetings.
  • Zoom has seen its share of security issues and forced to change default settings to prevent abuse, largely driven by greater scrutiny of the platform as its usage rocketed since the start of the coronavirus pandemic.

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After more than 12 hours of talks, stimulus negotiators have agreed on a deadline for a deal

  • After seven meetings, totaling more than a dozen hours, the top Democratic and White House negotiators are not just walking through their disagreements, but putting offers on the table, trading proposals and to a small degree, starting to make concessions.
  • The Tuesday meeting between Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Senate Democratic Leader Chuck Schumer and the top White House negotiators, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and Mark Meadows, the White House chief of staff, was by far the most productive of all the meetings up to this point, according to both sides.
  • Pelosi, when asked by CNN's Manu Raju, what she was seeking for a topline in any final agreement, said $3.4 trillion -- roughly the cost of the House-passed bill from May. This is going to become a problem in the days ahead.

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Why ANZ's Michelle Jablko misses business travel

  • I’ve been essentially working from home since mid-March, when ANZ first began moving as much of our Australian operations out of offices as we could.
  • Normally I’m very strict on half hour meetings but I’ve built extra time into the day...
  • I’m actually quite a disciplined person and normally I’m very strict on half hour meetings but what I’ve found now is I’ve built extra time into the day.
  • That extra time is to just chat, have small talk, ask about non-business things – the sort of things you would normally do walking to a meeting together or in the first couple of minutes in the room.
  • I have a pretty regular routine, I’m up about the same time, I do calls between 7am and 8am, I check in with my mum who’s on her own, and talk to people like our treasurer and chief risk officer pretty much every day.

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