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Lack of Comfort Hurting Victoria’s Secret Sales

Lack of Comfort Hurting Victoria’s Secret Sales

When one thinks about Victoria’s Secret what comes to mind is sexy lingerie, Miracle Bras and push-ups. However, the problem that Victoria’s Secret is facing today is women do not want all those things any longer. Early last year,... 
Far-Right Twitter Accounts Lose Verified Tick

Far-Right Twitter Accounts Lose Verified Tick

The microblogging social media platform Twitter has stripped many far-right accounts of the “verified badge” following a change to its policy. Amongst the accounts stripped of their tick is Jason Kessler, who took part in the organization... 
Reports: Amazon Ending Planned Bundled Video Service

Reports: Amazon Ending Planned Bundled Video Service

Amazon.com has ended its plans of launching a streaming service online that would bundle popular broadcast and cable networks in the U.S. because of its belief that it cannot earn sufficient money on that type of service, said those... 
Celebrity Claims He Almost Died from Eating Chipotle’s Food

Celebrity Claims He Almost Died from Eating Chipotle’s Food

Chipotle, the embattled restaurant chain has been hit again with another claim of foodborne illness. This time the claim is by an actor in Hollywood. Jeremy Jordan of Supergirl fame posted a story on Instagram alleging the food from... 
Mercedes Becomes Biggest Rival for Tesla

Mercedes Becomes Biggest Rival for Tesla

Tesla has seen itself have a meteoric rise to the top of the electric vehicle field, but the upcoming five years could be the biggest challenge it has faced to date. The small, underdog electric vehicle maker will soon face major automakers... 
Uber Ordered by Court to Give Drivers in UK More Rights

Uber Ordered by Court to Give Drivers in UK More Rights

Uber was dealt another setback in Britain when an employment court affirmed on Friday that Uber drivers should be considered workers and not treated as contractors. The ride-hailing company was seeking to overturn a 2016 court decision... 
Marissa Mayer: Yahoo Does Not Know How It was Hacked

Marissa Mayer: Yahoo Does Not Know How It was Hacked

Former CEO at Yahoo Marissa Mayer admitted to a congressional committee on Wednesday that Yahoo still does not know how computer hackers were able to compromise information of billions of users on the Internet pioneer’s site. In... 
EPA Approves Release of Bacteria-Infested Mosquitoes

EPA Approves Release of Bacteria-Infested Mosquitoes

The United States Environmental Protection Agency gave its approval for Kentucky-based MosquitoMate, a biotechnical company, to released male mosquitoes that are bacteria-infected in several states in the U.S. The approval by the EPA... 
Notes Sewn Inside Clothing Being Found by Zara Customers

Notes Sewn Inside Clothing Being Found by Zara Customers

Popular fashion retailer Zara has found controversy again. However, this time it does not involve alt-right skirts, anti-Semitic shirts or the use of thin models in one of its campaigns. Instead, the retailer, based in Spain, is accused... 
Twitter: Employee Leaving Company Deactivated President Trump’s Account

Twitter: Employee Leaving Company Deactivated President Trump’s Account

The official Twitter account of President Donald Trump or @realdonaldtrump was deactivated by an employee at Twitter who was leaving the company Thursday and was off line for 11 minutes prior to being restored, said the social media... 
Blue Apron Beats the Street on Revenue, Shares Move Higher

Blue Apron Beats the Street on Revenue, Shares Move Higher

Blue Apron Holdings beat estimates by analysts on Wall Street for revenue during its third quarter, which reflects on its effort to get customers to buy more money and sent shares higher during early Thursday trading. However, the... 
Uber: Suspect in Truck Attack Passed Background Check

Uber: Suspect in Truck Attack Passed Background Check

Ride hailing service Uber said it was in contact with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) after it came to light that the suspect in Tuesday’s deadly attack who used a rented truck to kill and injury people in New York City... 
Shares of MasterCard Jump As Results Top Expectations

Shares of MasterCard Jump As Results Top Expectations

On Tuesday, MasterCard posted revenue and earnings for the quarter that beat Wall Street expectations. The payments processing company posted earnings per share of $1.34 compared to expectations of $1.23. Revenue at the company reached... 
Consumer Spending in U.S. Posts Biggest Gain in Eight Years

Consumer Spending in U.S. Posts Biggest Gain in Eight Years

Consumer spending in the United States recorded its largest increase in over eight years during September, likely as Florida and Texas household began replacing motor vehicles damaged from hurricane flooding, but an underlying inflation... 
Federal Lawsuit Accuses LuLaRoe of Being Pyramid Scheme

Federal Lawsuit Accuses LuLaRoe of Being Pyramid Scheme

Multilevel marketer LuLaRoe has come under much fire for the business practices it uses and the quality of its women’s leggings. It is now facing a California federal lawsuit. The company has been accused of being nothing more than... 
New Security Screenings Begin for All Airline Passengers Bound for U.S.

New Security Screenings Begin for All Airline Passengers Bound for U.S.

New security screenings began on Thursday for all passengers on flights bound for the U.S., with airlines across the globe questioning flyers about the trip they are taking and their luggage in the latest decision by the Trump administration... 
Output of Wine Worldwide Will Fall to Lowest Point in 56 Years

Output of Wine Worldwide Will Fall to Lowest Point in 56 Years

The global production of wine in 2017 will fall to its lowest point in 56 years following inclement weather across western Europe that damaged vineyards in the largest wine production region in the world, announced OIV the international... 
Head of the FBI Calls Encryption a Big Problem

Head of the FBI Calls Encryption a Big Problem

On Sunday while speaking to Philadelphia police officials, Federal Bureau of Investigation Director Christopher Wray said encryption had been hindering investigations at the FBI. He said his agency is unable to gain any access to data... 
Men Who Have Oral Sex with Several Partners and Smoke Increase Cancer Risk

Men Who Have Oral Sex with Several Partners and Smoke Increase Cancer Risk

Men who smoke cigarettes and have five oral sex partners or more, increase their risk of developing a type of head and neck cancer that is the most common. A just published study found the two patterns of behavior are linked with throat... 
FDA Approves Cancer Gene Therapy from Gilead Science

FDA Approves Cancer Gene Therapy from Gilead Science

The United States Food and Drug Administration gave its approval on Wednesday to a new gene therapy for a specific form of lymphoma, which Kite Pharma a subsidiary of Gilead Science developed, marking the regulator’s second approval... 
Goldman Sachs Results for Third Quarter Beat the Street

Goldman Sachs Results for Third Quarter Beat the Street

Goldman Sachs Group posted profit Tuesday for its third quarter that was down 3% compared to the same period one year ago, but its quarterly revenues were up 2%. Both its revenues and earnings per share beat Wall Street expectations.... 
Report: iPhone 8 Being Out Sold by iPhone 7

Report: iPhone 8 Being Out Sold by iPhone 7

The older Apple iPhone 7 models continue to outsell the just released iPhone 8 prior to the early November debut of iPhone X, the latest generations premium Apple smartphone, said one report by an analyst on Wall Street, citing surveys... 
CEO at Airbus Warns Of Fines Due to Probe Over Corruption

CEO at Airbus Warns Of Fines Due to Probe Over Corruption

Airbus CEO Tom Enders said again Friday that the group might face substantial fines resulting from the corruption investigations by the UK and France into using middlemen in sales of planes. Enders during an interview with Le Monde... 
Media: Russians Used Kaspersky Software in Hacks

Media: Russians Used Kaspersky Software in Hacks

Israeli intelligence spying on government hackers from Russia found the hackers used Kaspersky Lab software that is used as well by more than 400 million people worldwide, including governmental agencies in the U.S., said a media report... 
Netflix Wants to Set the Record Straight on Canadian Content

Netflix Wants to Set the Record Straight on Canadian Content

After receiving widespread criticism from important players in cultural industries in Canada, video streaming service Netflix started its own public relations campaign where its goal is to set the record straight over the pledge it... 
Project Loon by Google Will Deliver Cell Coverage in Puerto Rico

Project Loon by Google Will Deliver Cell Coverage in Puerto Rico

An experimental license has been granted by the U.S. Federal Communications Commission or FCC to Project Loon by Google to provide emergency cellular services across all of Puerto Rico, which recently was devastated by a hurricane. The... 
Hurricanes Hurt Payrolls in U.S. During September

Hurricanes Hurt Payrolls in U.S. During September

Employment fell in the U.S. during September, marking the first time in the past seven years as two hurricanes displaced many workers on a temporary basis and delayed the hiring of others, which is just added evidence that the two... 
Adidas Speed Factories Bring Faster Shoe Making to Forefront

Adidas Speed Factories Bring Faster Shoe Making to Forefront

In a small production room that appears to be hospital-like clean, small white plastic beads the size of a pea pour into an Adidas shoe box the size of a minivan that has three stripes on its side. Over a period of just seconds, the... 
Tesla Production Output Not Up to Par for Model 3 Forecast

Tesla Production Output Not Up to Par for Model 3 Forecast

Tesla Inc. has struggled in producing its least expensive model just after its debut, setting back the mission of CEO Elon Musk to reach the mainstream consumer. Only 260 of its Model 3s were built by the automaker during the three-month... 
Fifty Dead and 200 More Injured in Las Vegas Concert Shooting

Fifty Dead and 200 More Injured in Las Vegas Concert Shooting

Authorities said a sole gunman turned a concert in Las Vegas into a shooting range on Sunday night killing 50 people while injuring over 200 others in what is now the deadliest mass shooting in the modern history of the U.S. The suspect... 
North Korea Says Trump’s Threat Has Increased Army Volunteers

North Korea Says Trump’s Threat Has Increased Army Volunteers

North Korea has said that close to 5 million of its citizens offered to re-enlist or join the army following threats made by U.S. President Donald Trump that he would totally destroy the nation. Close to 4.7 million workers and students... 
China Giving Carmakers Additional Time in Plan for Electric Vehicles

China Giving Carmakers Additional Time in Plan for Electric Vehicles

China unveiled its comprehensive new set of rules for emissions and delayed a program for credit-score tied to electric car production, giving automakers additional time to prepare for their phasing out of vehicles that are powered... 
India’s Reliance Offering Deeply Discounted Phone

India’s Reliance Offering Deeply Discounted Phone

Jio, the telecom upstart of India’s Reliance Industries is covering a minimum of 40% of the cost for its basic 4G smartphone, said two sources who are close to the situation, as it is betting on recovering that investment through... 
Facebook and Microsoft Complete 4,100-Mile Trans-Atlantic Cable

Facebook and Microsoft Complete 4,100-Mile Trans-Atlantic Cable

Facebook, Microsoft and Telxius the telecoms infrastructure business announced that they had completed the highest ever capacity subsea cable to cross the Atlantic Ocean. This new cable has the capacity to transmit 160 terabits of... 
Study: Twenty-five Percent of Cancer Patients Using Marijuana

Study: Twenty-five Percent of Cancer Patients Using Marijuana

The use of medical marijuana in alleviating symptoms related to the treatment of cancer is one of its most well-known uses, and a recent study has found that the use of the drug amongst patients with cancer has become more and more... 
Reservations for Restaurants Can Now Be Made on Airbnb

Reservations for Restaurants Can Now Be Made on Airbnb

Short-term rental company Airbnb announced Wednesday that users are now able to book reservations for restaurants on the Airbnb app. The new reservation service has been made possible due to a partnership with restaurant reservations... 
Rickshaw Ride-Sharing Service Created for Refugees

Rickshaw Ride-Sharing Service Created for Refugees

For millions of refugees that live in camps, the ability to rebuild their lives is dependent upon transportation. Without transportation, families in the refugee camps are not able to reach hospitals, send their children to schools,... 
Self-Powered Wearable Sensor Acts as Body Glucose Monitor

Self-Powered Wearable Sensor Acts as Body Glucose Monitor

Scientists in New York have developed a new paper-based, self-powered wearable sensor that allows people with diabetes to measure their levels of glucose from sweat during their exercising. The most widespread current methods for self-testing... 
Northrop Acquiring Orbital ATK in $7.8 Billion Deal

Northrop Acquiring Orbital ATK in $7.8 Billion Deal

Defense specialist Northrop Grumman Corp has agreed to acquire Orbital ATK Inc. in a deal for $7.8 billion, which bolsters the space and missile businesses of one of the country’s biggest defense contractors. Shareholders of Orbital... 
Nestle Paying $425 Million to Acquire Coffee Company

Nestle Paying $425 Million to Acquire Coffee Company

Nestle SA will purchase Blue Bottle Coffee as the Switzerland based company looks to bolster its presence in the U.S. amidst growing demand for upscale coffee blends. Nestle is paying $425 million for a stake of 68% in the company,... 
Mophie and Belkin Already Offering Wireless Charging for new iPhones

Mophie and Belkin Already Offering Wireless Charging for new iPhones

The wireless charging pads for the new Apple iPhones will not be available until 2018, but Mophie and Belkin two big third-party providers said their products that are compatible are on sale already. As was highly anticipated and expected,... 
Nordstrom Opening Store With No Clothes but Serves Beer

Nordstrom Opening Store With No Clothes but Serves Beer

Nordstrom will try out a smaller store. The upscale department store announced on Monday that it would be opening a small store of 3,000 square feet, just a fraction of the size of one of its typical stores of over 140,000 square feet. The... 
iPhone Price Tag Could Hurt Excitement in China

iPhone Price Tag Could Hurt Excitement in China

Apple Inc. is expected to launched the much anticipated “iPhone 8” Tuesday, and hopes that the number’s auspicious connotations across China help to turn its fortunes around in the largest smartphone market in the world, following... 
Kroger Stock Drops On Fall in Profit

Kroger Stock Drops On Fall in Profit

Kroger Co. posted profit that was sharply lower as the largest supermarket chain in the country slashed prices while investing in technology to help it maintain pace with increased competition amongst grocers. The grocer, based in... 
Billionaire in China Sues Social Media for Malicious Rumors

Billionaire in China Sues Social Media for Malicious Rumors

One of the richest men in China has taken legal action against what he called rumor mongers that he accused of spreading fake news about his company and him. The huge Chinese conglomerate Dalian Wanda Group, has filed several lawsuits... 
Los Angeles Times-Chicago Tribune Group Buys New York Daily News

Los Angeles Times-Chicago Tribune Group Buys New York Daily News

The chain of newspapers led by Michael Ferro the software entrepreneur bought the tabloid New York Daily News, adding the largest media market in the nation to its mix of dailies that include the Chicago Tribune, Baltimore Sun and... 
European Union Approves Air Berlin Lifeline

European Union Approves Air Berlin Lifeline

The European Union’s European Commission has approved a bridge loan for Germany based Air Berlin that will maintain the insolvent airline flying while it attempts to find buyers for the company’s assets. Air Berlin, the second... 
Campbell Stock Dives As Poor Outlook Follows Buffett Blow

Campbell Stock Dives As Poor Outlook Follows Buffett Blow

Campbell Soup Co. saw its shares plunge after it posted earnings that disappointed. The packaged food conglomerate also delivered a forecast that was weaker than was expected, bringing additional evidence that a slump industry wide... 
Google Denies it Urged Firing by Think Tank of Critic

Google Denies it Urged Firing by Think Tank of Critic

Google has rejected the claims on Wednesday of a critic who said the search engine giant played a role in firing him from a prominent think tank following his open praise of the decision by the European Commission to fine the tech... 
Kik Raising $135 Million with Sale of Digital Currency

Kik Raising $135 Million with Sale of Digital Currency

Kik Interactive the messaging startup based in Canada will be receiving its largest to date cash infusion, but much of the injection of new cash will be from just regular people rather that from venture capitalists. The Ontario-based...