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Starting an online business gaining in popularity

Starting an online business gaining in popularity

Today’s consumer is shopping online more than ever before. The internet has made it easier to shop without leaving home. With this trend has also come the ability to easily create an online business. Many of the tools needed have... 
Sandberg and Dorsey Leaving Disney Board

Sandberg and Dorsey Leaving Disney Board

Facebook Inc.’s COO Sheryl Sandberg and Twitter Inc.’s CEO Jack Dorsey have decided to not seek their reelection to the board of directors at Walt Disney Co. due to an increasing number of conflicts of interest that exist between... 
Two 2019 Ford Models to have Auto Emergency Brakes

Two 2019 Ford Models to have Auto Emergency Brakes

Ford Motor Co. announced on Thursday that it would make the automatic emergency brakes a standard feature on two of its key models for 2019. This is an effort by the U.S. automaker to narrow the gap with its rivals in offering this... 
VR Online Casino Technology Gaining Ground On Competition 

VR Online Casino Technology Gaining Ground On Competition 

You can play casino games using virtual reality goggles and you can be sure that this experience will be extremely satisfying. The number of VR online casinos is increasing day by day, and this technology offers more than just a three-dimensional... 
Google Sued By Engineers for Discrimination Against Caucasian Males

Google Sued By Engineers for Discrimination Against Caucasian Males

Senior software engineer at Google James Damore, who was fired over a controversial essay he wrote on diversity, filed a lawsuit on Monday against his former employer. Damore and David Gudeman, a former Google software engineer are... 
Source: Former CEO at Uber Kalanick Selling a Third of His Shares

Source: Former CEO at Uber Kalanick Selling a Third of His Shares

Uber Technologies Inc. former CEO and co-founder Travis Kalanick will sell 29% of his stake of 10% in the company at a price of approximately $1.4 billion, said a person who is close to the situation on Thursday. Kalanick was forced... 
Sources Say Spotify Files for IPO Using Confidential Process

Sources Say Spotify Files for IPO Using Confidential Process

Spotify the music streaming service filed confidentially with regulators in the U.S. for its initial public offering is eyeing a direct listing during the first six months of 2018 that would give the opportunity to some of its investors... 
American and Southwest Airlines Paying Bonuses

American and Southwest Airlines Paying Bonuses

Airlines have decided to share some of their windfall from the new tax law with their employees. On Tuesday, American and Southwest said they would pay bonuses to employees of $1,000 apiece, which American said would cost them $130... 
General Motors Patents Outside Airbags for Pedestrians

General Motors Patents Outside Airbags for Pedestrians

Airbags are made to protect the passengers inside vehicles. However, General Motors believes they can work equally as well on the exterior of vehicles to save pedestrians during crashes. GM received a patent of its airbag on the outside... 
Forever 21 Hit with Credit Card Data Breach

Forever 21 Hit with Credit Card Data Breach

Forever 21 the clothing franchise disclosed that it had suffered a data security breach that involved credit credits in November, and now the company has returned to give an update on what it discovered during its investigation. According... 
China Offering Tax Breaks As Incentive to Tax Overhaul in U.S.

China Offering Tax Breaks As Incentive to Tax Overhaul in U.S.

China has responded to the tax overhaul in Washington by offering a break to foreign companies on taxes in China in an attempt to keep investment. Late Thursday, the measure was announced and is the Beijing’s first major reaction... 
Investigators: Tainted Food Not Recalled Quick Enough by FDA

Investigators: Tainted Food Not Recalled Quick Enough by FDA

According to a new report the Department of Health and Human Services’ inspector general issued, contaminated food is not being removed from stores shelves quick enough. The reports indicated that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration... 
Holiday Gift Returns May Become Part of Your Local Dump

Holiday Gift Returns May Become Part of Your Local Dump

Five billion pounds of holiday gifts will end up being thrown in the trash, according to tech company Optoro that helps big retailers manage returns. The returns are not only unfriendly for the environment but they are very costly... 
Makers of Cider and Craft Beer Receive to Tax Cuts in 2018

Makers of Cider and Craft Beer Receive to Tax Cuts in 2018

Makers of craft beer, hard cider, artisanal spirits, and mead are likely lifting their drinks higher in 2018 due to a mostly overlooked provision in the tax overhaul passed earlier in the week by Congress. The provision has much lower... 
Tempers Rise in FCC Over Sinclair Record Fine

Tempers Rise in FCC Over Sinclair Record Fine

FCC commissioners from the Republican and Democratic Parties traded barbs during the week following the record fine the federal agency levied on Sinclair Broadcast Group, a conservative leaning company. During the first six months...