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Credit card signatures will soon be extinct

Plans to eliminate them this month. Walmart considers signatures "worthless" and has stopped recording them for most transactions, according to company spokesperson Randy Hargrove. It will get rid of them soon. Mastercard said she wanted to make the change for years, but held back until cards with computer chips became commonplace. Card companies that cover the cost of fraudulent credit …

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Facebook Suspends Data Firm Cubeyou in Wake of Privacy Scandal

By April 8, 2018, 3:29 PM EDT Facebook Inc. suspended another data after allegations surfaced that it may have improperly handled users' information. The social media giant said it is suspended Cubeyou pending an investigation. CNBC reported the data-analytics company was misled by quizzes for academic research, even though it was in fact shared with marketers. "Cubeyou from Facebook while …

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Delta Passenger suffered "painful" cartilage damage after the child repeatedly kicked her on the flight, she claims

A woman claims a child kicked her from LA to Minneapolis during a flight and left her with damage to her sternum and rib cage. (IStock) A Delta passenger has claimed that she suffered rib injuries after a child repeatedly kicked her on a Minneapolis flight. Sally Canario was reported on the night flight from Los Angeles to Minneapolis Sun …

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Distribution Problems Slow Down Cruise Growth in China: Travel Weekly

As the world grows more anxious Possibility of a trade war between the US and China, the bigger problem for Cruise lines that sail from the world's most populous country are not tolls or Technology transfer. Your bogeyman is sales restrictions. International cruise lines are becoming increasingly frustrated the boundaries in which their products can be sold in China. While …

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Salesforce is working on a blockchain product – TechCrunch

Salesforce has always been a company looking at the next big technology, whether mobile, social, Internet of Things or artificial intelligence. In an interview with Julie Bort of Business Insider in late March, Salesforce co-founders Marc Benioff and Parker Harris talked about a range of topics, including how the company worked on one of the next hot technologies, a blockchain …

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President Trump continues the attack on the Washington Post

President Trump on Sunday blew up the Washington Post and compared it to a "poorly written novel." "The Washington Post is far more fiction than fact, story by story is rubbish – more of a poorly written novel than good reporting, always citing sources (not names), many of which do not exist – the story of John Kelly not true, …

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Airplane slips off the runway at Sioux Falls airport

Share this story! Let friends in your social network know what you are reading Aircraft slides off the runway at Sioux Falls Airport Allegiant Air said that all passengers evacuated from the rear of the aircraft were closed at 2pm [19659005] Loading … “/> Post to Facebook Sent! A link has been sent to your friend's email address Posted! A …

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Sinclair allows critical messages to land between their defenses

Sinclair Broadcast Group has agreed to send a commercial from a liberal consumer guardian who criticizes the sender's actions. But there is a catch. The company has its own message directly before and after the ad. So viewers see a 15-second defense of Sinclair, then 30 seconds of criticism, then a 15-second defense. The unusual move comes a week after …

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Local breweries team up for the State Line Brewers Guild

EDINBURG, Pa. – The craft beer industry has made a big leap forward in recent years. Now, many of the familiar faces behind this movement are trying to help her grow even more, forming a group called the State Line Brewers Guild. Once a month, a large group meets for a beer. They happen to be the ones who make …

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