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Netflix CEO says they’re...

Netflix will not be increasing its prices unless it has earned it. The shares, revenues, net income and even subscribers have all increased drastically.  Netflix is doing really well in every aspect recently. To begin with, the shares of the company has vastly increased by over 22% in the past three months. The company’s net […]

Netflix CEO says they’re not on a ‘price-first b...

Netflix will not be increasing its prices unless it has earned it. The shares, revenues, net income and even subscribers have all increased drastically.  Netflix is doing really well in every aspect recently. To begin with, the shares of the company has vastly increased by over 22% in the past three months. The company’s net […]

Netflix CEO says they’re not on a ...

Netflix will not be increasing its prices unless it has earned it. The shares, revenues, net income and even subscribers have all increased drastically.  Netflix is doing really well in every aspect recently. To begin with, the shares of the company has vastly increased by over 22% in the past three months. The company’s net […]

How does tax liability affect ...

The changes in the value of Bitcoin has been explained by tax burdens. The $20 billion downdrafts in the past two weeks may be because of the selling of $1 billion of Bitcoin. Once again, investors are startled by the sudden fluctuations of the largest cryptocurrency, Bitcoin. Unlike the usual, however, the changes in the […]

How does tax liability affect the value of Bitcoin...

The changes in the value of Bitcoin has been explained by tax burdens. The $20 billion downdrafts in the past two weeks may be because of the selling of $1 billion of Bitcoin. Once again, investors are startled by the sudden fluctuations of the largest cryptocurrency, Bitcoin. Unlike the usual, however, the changes in the […]

Netflix CEO says they’re not on a ‘pri...

Netflix will not be increasing its prices unless it has earned it. The shares, revenues, net income and even subscribers have all increased drastically.  Netflix is doing really well in every aspect recently. To begin with, the shares of the company has vastly increased by over 22% in the past three months. The company’s net […]

IRS gives the taxpayers an extension

IRS is extending its tax filing deadline because its server crashed on Tax Day. October 15 is the extended deadline for the filing of tax returns. The actual deadline to file tax forms was April 17, Tuesday. However, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has announced an extension for taxpayers. This leniency is because of the complications […]

Has Elon Musk finally come to terms with the real ...

Tesla Model 3 sedan’s production is on another “planned production pause”. There are problems in its highly computerized assembly line. Tesla Inc. has recently faced an abundance of problems in its production. Just two months ago, the company had opted to bring to halt the Tesla Model 3 production line. It lasted for about four […]

Are Android Apps Tracking Your Children?

Studies reveal a number of Android applications are violating the U.S. COPPA law. Children under the age of 13 require more supervision in the use of applications. Not long ago, there was some uproar about data sharing between Facebook and Cambridge Analytica. The internet has become so complicated in recent years such that nothing online […]

Can Apple’s commitment to Renewal make an im...

Apple continues to show its dedication towards sustaining the environment. Apple and Google have both purchased RECs such that they are 100 percent running on clean energy. With all the commotion about climate change and the role we have assumed in the contribution of it, it is no wonder that large multinational corporations are taking […]

Looking on the Bright Side of Marijuana Legalization

  • Crystal Ng
  • 2 Months ago
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The legalization of marijuana has come a long way in the United States, so much so that it has become a promising source of investment. While 29 states have legalized medicinal marijuana, 9 states have attained legal recreational use with minimal regulations. Unfortunately, it continues to be illegal based on the federal law, which is […]

Which will come first: 2020 or the end of the world?

  • Crystal Ng
  • 2 Months ago
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In recent years, pollution has become an increasingly alarming problem, which can be traced back to the outrageously high levels of toxic nitrogen oxide in the air from our vehicles. For that reason, Germany has started to implement rules and regulations in hopes of reducing these pollutions. Attributable to Germany’s status as a renowned leading […]

Eliminating Plastic Straws for a Greater Good

  • Crystal Ng
  • 2 Months ago
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In the last century, a synthetic material was produced on the basis of low costs of production in addition to the convenience of single-use followed by disposal. This, however, has evolved into one of the major concerns in the world in recent years. The environmental effects from the use of plastic items are detrimental due […]

Unilever acquires Tazo tea brand from Starbucks for $384 million

  • Kirsten Loose
  • 6 Months ago
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Along with releasing their always-anticipated annual holiday cup, Starbucks made another announcement this week as well. The coffee mega-giant is selling their Tazo tea brand to Unilever for $384 million as they say they will be focusing on Teavana as their sole tea brand. The sale includes all recipes, intellectual property and inventory. Tazo, founded […]

Longer commutes are making workers feel lonelier than ever

  • Kirsten Loose
  • 6 Months ago
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Commuting sucks and new research proves it. A study conducted by the University of the West of England, “Commuting and Wellbeing,” suggests that long commutes are having a negative impact on workers’ mental health and job satisfaction. The study, which was sponsored by the UK’s Economic and Social Research Council, was conducted between February 2016 […]

Bidding war for Amazon’s second headquarters is underway, here’s who’s on top

  • Kirsten Loose
  • 6 Months ago
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The bidding war for Amazon’s second headquarters began on Monday, and several cities have already submitted their proposals. New Jersey has submitted a bid for their city of Newark, offering up what could potentially be the greatest financial incentive for Amazon—$7 billion in tax breaks. Just last month, Amazon announced a competition to source a […]

Nike losing teens in footrace with Adidas, analysts say

  • Kirsten Loose
  • 6 Months ago
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The investment bank and asset management firm Piper Jaffray released the findings of their latest biannual “Taking Stock with Teens” Survey, MarketWatch reports, and apparently, Nike is losing touch with teenagers. Instead, the demographic seems to be spending more with Adidas and Amazon. Before you throw out your swoosh-covered sweats and socks, Nike (NKE) still […]

Google to counter Amazon’s Echo Show with smart screen device, sources say

  • Kirsten Loose
  • 7 Months ago
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Google is rumored to have a new smart device in the works, TechCrunch reports. The tabletop smart screen for the home will serve as the competitor for Amazon’s Echo Show, which has been on the market since June 2017. If true, such a device would keep Google in the smart home market race with Amazon […]

Equifax CEO Richard Smith steps down in aftermath of massive breach

  • William Van-Lear Black
  • 7 Months ago
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Equifax Chairman and CEO Richard Smith stepped down Tuesday in the wake of a massive cybersecurity breach that exposed the birth dates, social security numbers, and other personal information of 143 million Equifax customers, The New York Times reports. Paulino do Rego Barros Jr. will vacate his post as the company’s president of the Asia-Pacific […]

Cryptocurrency mining program Coinhive sparks controversy

  • William Van-Lear Black
  • 7 Months ago
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Coinhive, a Javascript application that uses website visitors’ computing power to mine cryptocurrency, launched on September 14. Since, the program has generated controversy, as website owners and hackers alike insert it into a number of high-profile websites. Coinhive markets itself as a legitimate way for websites to make money, but does not endorse the use […]

China bans Facebook messaging service WhatsApp

  • William Van-Lear Black
  • 7 Months ago
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The Chinese government has disabled Facebook-owned messaging service WhatsApp, the New York Times reports. Nadim Kobeissi, an applied cryptographer at Paris-based research firm Symbolic Software, told the Times his company began noticing slowdowns in the service Wednesday. By Monday, the block had become comprehensive. Authorities blocked video-chat and file-sharing functions within WhatsApp in mid-July, but […]

Uber’s success in food delivery sector is a “wonderful surprise,” CEO says

  • William Van-Lear Black
  • 7 Months ago
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As Uber’s new CEO, Dara Khosrowshahi looks to guide the company back to stability after a flurry of corporate upheaval and operational stumbling blocks. Khosrowshahi says the success of the company’s food delivery arm, UberEats, has been a “wonderful surprise,” The New York Times reports. According to the Times, Uber’s aid UberEats generates more revenue […]

Sprint and T-Mobile nearing merger agreement

  • William Van-Lear Black
  • 7 Months ago
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T-Mobile and Sprint, respectively the third and fourth largest wireless carriers in the U.S., are nearing a merger agreement, undisclosed sources told Reuters Friday. A due diligence period would follow the finalization of the agreement’s terms, but the companies expect a deal by October, according to Reuters’ source. In August, Reuters says, Sprint CEO Marcelo Claure […]

Walmart to test in-home delivery program

  • William Van-Lear Black
  • 7 Months ago
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Remember when you had to go down to the mailbox or onto your doorstep to pick up items you ordered online? If a program Walmart is testing takes off, people may be asking that question within the next several years. The program will allow delivery drivers to leave packages inside a customer’s home, and groceries […]

Silicon Valley startup Aeva aims to give driverless cars better vision

  • William Van-Lear Black
  • 7 Months ago
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In January, with funding from Lux Capital and other venture capital firms, two former members of Apple’s Special Projects Group, Soroush Salehian and Mina Rezk, started Aeva. The company aims to improve the ability of self-driving cars to see their surroundings, according to New York Times report. Salehian and Rezk are reimagining Lidar—that is, Light […]

Toshiba board agrees to sell memory business to Bain-led group

  • William Van-Lear Black
  • 7 Months ago
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Wednesday, the board of reeling technology giant Toshiba announced that it has approved the $18 billion sale of the company’s flash memory operation, Toshiba Memory Corporation (TMC), to a group of buyers that includes American venture capital firm Bain Capital, and a pair of government-owned Japanese organizations, the Innovation Network Corporation of Japan, the New […]

Crocs, Inc. is making a resurgence

  • William Van-Lear Black
  • 7 Months ago
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After a series of struggles, most recently an abysmal fourth quarter of 2016, Crocs, Inc. and its iconic foam clog are making a comeback, the Washington Post reports. The company posted a 28.4 percent year-over-year increase in net profit over the first six months of 2017, and according to the Post. Foot traffic in Crocs […]

Amazon glitch gives customers big news

  • William Van-Lear Black
  • 7 Months ago
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Amazon sent several customers e-mail alerts Tuesday notifying them that items on their baby registries had been purchased and were on the way, MarketWatch reports. But, many who received the e-mails did not have registries and were not expecting babies. Some such customers assumed the messages were spam and did not click the link provided. […]

More and more Amish businesses are using technology

  • William Van-Lear Black
  • 7 Months ago
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There are 2,000 thriving Amish businesses in the Lancaster, PA area, Donald B. Kraybill, a retired professor at Elizabethtown’s Young Center for Anabaptist and Pietist Studies, told the New York Times. Many are worth several million dollars. More and more of those businesses are not strictly agrarian. Many now function with the aid of technology, […]

Proterra bus sets range record for electric vehicles

  • William Van-Lear Black
  • 7 Months ago
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Proterra, the California-based manufacturer of electric buses, said Tuesday that its new, 100 percent electric Catalyst E2 model set a range record at a test track in New Carlisle, Indiana, traveling 1,102.76 miles on a single charge, the LA Times reports. Navistar International, a bus and truck manufacturer that owns the track, verified the test. […]
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