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February 18, 2018

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It's the national deals, with organizations like the USOC, that change more often. Related: Why you won't see Olympics-themed McDonald's ads this year. McDonald's and Budweiser both said they were reevaluating priorities. In Budweiser's case, the company is facing increased pressure as craft beers …

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The gunman who killed 17 people in a Florida school was 19. Comedian Michael Ian Black tells NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro about his tweets saying that deeper than the gun problem is "boys are broken." Facebook; Twitter; Flipboard; Email …

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In a previous interview I talked to Jacob de Geer, CEO of commerce platform provider iZettle, about their meteoric rise. A classic fintech disruptor? Absolutely not. He didn't disrupt anything or anyone, and here he gives his view on the prospects for disruption in his part of the fintech world. iZettle.

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Which is exactly why I'm not going to play it — yet. You feel like you could have written the history of this game's release years before it ever came out. A new, intriguing idea garners interest from a wide swath of the Internet, raising both tantalizing criticisms of mainline genre games and genuinely new …

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Snapchat is one of Facebook's greatest threats, and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg may be partly to blame. That's one interesting theory presented in a new book about Snapchat that came out this week from former TechCrunch writer Billy Gallagher, who was also a few years behind Snap CEO Evan …

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Why? because you say: "This money belongs to Amazon, let me just spend it." But of course life is not just about getting things cheap it's also about enjoying things. And the interesting thing about the pain of paying is it changes how much we enjoy something. So when we think about life in general, you …

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The recently-announced acquisition of the oncology data company Flatiron Health by Roche for $2.1B represents a robust validation of the much-discussed but infrequently-realized hypothesis that technology entrepreneurs who can turn health data into actionable insights can capture significant value …

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Clinton's extramarital affair led to his impeachment, yet Trump seems immune to similar allegations. A panel of experts gets to the bottom of the double standard. Tom McCarthy in New York. @TeeMcSee · Email. Sun 18 Feb 2018 07.59 EST Last modified on Sun 18 Feb 2018 08.39 EST. Share on …

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Starbucks (NASDAQ:SBUX) shares fell a bit after the company reported its first-quarter earnings. That drop was likely because same-store growth in the United States only came in at 2%, and that was due to higher prices, not an increase in customers. The numbers fueled concerns that the company has …

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Leaving Madison Square Garden, Thomas Jefferson's star seniors had brought a city title back to the Brooklyn high school for the first time in 62 years, sharing MVP honors. It never had been so good, and it never would be the same again. “We hugged and we just broke down crying, seeing as were …

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Why do you like and/or own a gun?

The day after the election, when I asked you why you voted for Trump it was out of utter curiosity because I was desperate to learn more about why one would check his box. And I learned SO much. Your responses and the dialogue that ensued really changed my view on America – it didn't change my …

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Millennials are killing marriage

Generation Y is marrying older, and many are avoiding the altar altogether.

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Why so many missed warning signs in the Florida shooting?

Questions emerge over whether officials missed warning signs about Nikolas Cruz; reaction on 'Journal Editorial Report.'

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America's biggest boomtowns and why they're blossoming

Booming in the USA. After crunching data for 581 cities covering unemployment rates, unemployment rate change, housing unit change, population change and GDP growth, SmartAsset has pinpointed America's top 10 boomtowns. Click ahead to find out where they are and why they're doing so well.

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8K TVs Are Coming and Why It Will Be a Game Changer

8K TVs Are Coming and Why It Will Be a Game Changer. Pricekart.com. It feels like just recently we saw 4K televisions hit the global market. And when the concept of 4K televisions finally started sinking in, BAM, we were introduced to the concept of 8K televisions. Nothing in the world of technology is …

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Why deep learning may be best for breast

Why deep learning may be best for breast. 1986 was a great year. In the heyday of the worst-dressed decade in history, the Russians launched the Mir Space Station, Pixar was founded, Microsoft went public, the first 3D printer was sold, and Matt Groening created The Simpsons. Meanwhile, two equally …

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This Week in Enterprise Tech 278

Mass migration to the cloud has proven to be challenging, costly and complex for many companies. This is why on-prem footprints continue to maintain a stronghold on essential apps …

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Essay on why are assumptions necessary

Essay on why are assumptions necessary. By February 18, 2018 No Comments. The catcher in the rye essay. passion for hockey essays essay describing a place quizlet inclusion and research paper? essay on my idol virat kohli how to find research papers online uk rhul history dissertation proposal …

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4 reasons why the Caps lost to the Blackhawks

The Caps were outplayed in just about every facet of the game on Saturday in a 7-1 loss to the Chicago Blackhawks. It is hard to narrow it down to just a few reasons they ultimately lost this game, but here are the most glaring. The first period. The opening 20 minutes of this game was, to be blunt, awful.

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Eric Shawn reports

Fmr. CIA official Daniel Hoffman on Russia's U.S. election plot.

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