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Six people were charged in the Amazon Marketplace bribery program to help third-party sellers

Six people were charged by a grand jury in Washington state for bribing Amazon employees to manipulate third-party offers on the e-commerce website, including listings for faulty or dangerous products. As of 2017, employees, including two former Amazon employees, paid more than $ 100,000 for listing products and accounts that Amazon blocked or banned from its marketplace. This allows third-party …

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3 reasons why you regret retiring early

It is estimated that 48% of Americans will retire earlier than they’d like, whether due to health problems, layoffs, or other factors. On the flip side, some people specifically plan to retire early, whether it be because they hate their job, want to travel, or because they have adult children nearby who need their help with childcare. Early retirement certainly …

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Thousands are supposed to repay unemployment overpayment

The top headlines from Fox Business Flash are here. Check out what’s clicking on FoxBusiness.com. A programming bug resulted in more than 4,000 unemployed Louisiana residents being notified that they had overpaid thousands of dollars in unemployment benefits and had to return the money, officials say. “I apologize,” Ava Dejoie of the Louisiana Workforce Commission told The Advocate. She said …

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The 4 Fastest Growing Stocks Robinhood Investors Buy

It was a turbulent year for the stock market, with a broad base S&P 500 lose more than a third of its value in less than five weeks and regain it all in less than five months. Both the steepness of the bear market decline and the speed of the recovery are record levels. When such volatility becomes the norm, …

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Riverside County Supervisor Wants to Defy Sacramento and Reopen Business Faster – Press Enterprise

A Riverside County family supervisor wants to turn down the framework for reopening the state’s coronavirus in favor of a county-controlled plan that would allow businesses to reopen faster, with no restrictions like capacity constraints. Jeff Hewitt’s proposal is on the Board of Directors’ agenda on Tuesday, September 22nd. If passed, there would be a showdown between one of California’s …

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In the lawsuit, Facebook and Instagram are accused of spying on users through smartphone cameras

Facebook is being sued for allegedly spying on Instagram users by unauthorized use of a mobile camera on a handset. In July, there was talk of Instagram accessing cameras from iPhone models even when the camera is not in use. Facebook denied using iPhone cameras to spy on Instagram users, instead blaming a bug it allegedly fixed. According to Facebook, …

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The judge narrowed the Tesla lawsuit against the former employee and dismissed the counterclaim for defamation

From Jonathan stamp Du said Tripp claimed he was a “whistleblower” who discovered “inefficiencies and delays in production in Tesla’s race to produce 5,000 Model 3 cars a week.” Tesla, on the other hand, believed Tripp had drawn incorrect conclusions about the effectiveness of the Gigafactory’s assembly lines, the judge wrote. The case is Tesla Inc v. Tripp, U.S. District …

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The Fed accuses 6 people of bribing Amazon employees

Six people allegedly conspired to bribe Amazon employees and contractors to gain a competitive advantage in the retail market, federal prosecutors said on Friday. © Jim Watson / AFP / Getty Images Amazon logistics center in Lauwin-Planque According to the US Department of Justice, the defendants, posing as advisors and working with third-party vendors whose products were previously removed from …

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Supply and Demand: Cramer’s “Mad Money” Review (Friday, 9/18/20)

The avalanche of IPOs is really hurting the stock market, Jim Cramer told Mad Money viewers Friday after another day of downtime on Wall Street. Cramer reminded viewers that the market is based on supply and demand, and right now the new offering from IPOs like Unity Software is an overwhelming demand and the entire market is suffering from it. …

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