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Dyson's more expensive battery pack is so good it kills cords altogether

Dyson Cyclone V10 Photo: Andrew Liszewski (Gizmodo) The Dyson upical ball vacuum, an iconic piece of technology and design that has made Vacs a gadget worthy of your pleasure, is eliminated. In its place is Dyson's newest wireless Vac, the Cyclone V10. The company claims that the V10's upgraded electric motor can suck better and last longer with a single …

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Are slate borers unaware without fuel? – The Motley fool

Oil CEOs tend to be bullish about a mistake. As a result, they make bold announcements about the potential of a resource that has often not been achieved. However, some CEOs are beginning to question growth forecasts for shale production in the US, which they consider too bullish. This leads them to believe that the country will not increase its …

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Florida is home to 51 billionaires in the world, says Forbes

Fifty-one billionaires call Florida home, according to Forbes's 2018 list released Tuesday. That was the same number as last year. But due to an emerging stock market – at least in 2017 – many have become even richer. Of the top 10 billionaires in the world, more than half live in south Florida including Carnival Corp. Chairman Micky Arison and …

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Stocks jump on signs of talks in North Korea, resistance to tariffs

US equities rose Tuesday on signs of easing tensions in the Korean Peninsula and increasing pressure against potentially damaging metal tariffs by President Donald Trump. North Korea is ready to hold talks with the United States over denuclearization and will suspend nuclear testing while these talks are in progress, the South said Tuesday after a delegation from the north returned …

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US production, business expenditures for equipment slowdown

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – New orders for US-made goods posted their biggest drop in six months in January, and equipment spending slowed after strong growth in 2017. FILE PHOTO: People walk on a shelf passing SUV doors on a cart at General Motors Assembly Plant in Arlington, Texas June 9, 2015. REUTERS / Mike Stone Factory orders fell 1.4 percent with …

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Wall Street advances on signs of North Korea talks | news

Tuesday, March 06, 2018 6:13 pm CST By Ankur Banerjee and Sruthi Shankar (Reuters) – US equities hit Tuesday on signs of easing tensions on the Korean peninsula and growing pressure Potentially higher rates open the damaging metal tariffs of President Donald Trump North Korea is ready to hold talks with the United States on denuclearization and suspend nuclear testing …

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Harley-Davidson (NYSE: HOG) runs on steam without EU tariffs

Drive away from this pig. Motorcycle giant Harley-Davidson (HOG) has been on the news in recent days, with a lot of talk about electric motorcycles that may or may not sound like gas-powered. And now we have the almost ridiculous threat that Europe will take revenge on US blue jeans, liquor and motorcycles in the wake of President Trump's proposed …

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Chicago Rock Station WLUP & # 39; The Loop & # 39; s; sold to Christian Broadcaster

Legacy Rock Station WLUP-97.9 FM, Chicago, has been sold to California-based Educational Media Foundation for $ 21.5 million The purchase agreement, filed last month and filed with the Federal Communications Commission on Monday , Moves the Radio Station (19659002) WLUP is owned by Merlin Media, which has been buying the bank since bankruptcy. Cumulus Media has withdrawn from a deal …

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App keeps track of you before and after you watch a movie, Ceo Boasts

U.S. Subscription service MoviePass was criticized after its CEO admitted that the company's app tracks users both before and after the show. Mitch Lowe, Netflix's former VP of Business Development, said during a presentation at Entertainment Finance Forum on March 2 that his company stores "a tremendous amount of information" about users, including where they live and GPS data, tracking …

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20-year-old Oregon man sues Dick's sporting goods, Walmart over gun sale

An Oregon man filed lawsuits on Monday claiming Dicks Sporting Goods and Walmart discriminated against the 20-year-old when they refused to sell him a rifle. Dicks and Walmart restricted arms sales to adults aged 21 and over to the Florida High School Massacre . The 19-year-old defendant at school killing bought the AR-15 used in the attack legally. Oregon law …

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