• Thousands of Amazon Go Stores by 2021
Thousands of Amazon Go Stores by 2021

In order for Amazon to get to 3,000 stores by the beginning of 2021, it would have to open approximately 107 stores a month. The original Amazon Go in downtown Seattle required more than $1 million (roughly Rs. An Amazon spokesperson said "we don't comment on rumors or speculation", in response to GeekWire's inquiry. The move comes as anoth...

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  • Amazon Launches Storefronts Page For Buying From Small, Medium-Sized Businesses
Amazon Launches Storefronts Page For Buying From Small, Medium-Sized Businesses

Customers will be able to search through 25 product categories, including back-to-school, home, kitchen, pet supplies and books. The online retailer launched a new section of its site Monday called Amazon Storefronts , which only lists products sold by small- and medium-sized businesses in the U.S.

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  • Amazon probing charges that staff sold customer data to third party
Amazon probing charges that staff sold customer data to third party

Currently more than two million merchants now sell an estimated 550 million products on Amazon sites worldwide, representing more than half of all units sold on the site and contributing an estimated $200 billion in gross merchandise volume a year ago, according to FactSet estimates.

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  • Audi packs e-tron crossover with interconnected goodies
Audi packs e-tron crossover with interconnected goodies

All aim to expand the market for premium Evs and garner ashare of that market from Palo Alto, California-based Tesla, which has had the niche largely to itself so far. We already knew that the e-tron will rely on two asynchronous electric motors that make 265 kW (355 hp) and 561 Nm (414 lb-ft) of torque. The e-tron ticks all of the right boxes fo...

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  • Jack Ma: Prepare for 20 years of China-US trade war
Jack Ma: Prepare for 20 years of China-US trade war

Ma originally said he would leave the position last week, and then seemingly contradicted on-the-record statements to the New York Times a few days later . "We should work more in Africa, SEA (South East Asia), Europe", he said. "There are still many things that Chinese companies should and can do". He also acknowledged that the ongoing trade w...

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  • Oops! Airline spells its own name wrong on side of plane
Oops! Airline spells its own name wrong on side of plane

It had just completed a journey to Hong Kong Wednesday from Xiamen, China , where Haeco provides airplane maintenance services for the airline. "She's going back to the shop!" the airline tweeted . However, a number social media users have questioned the mistake, calling it a "very interesting publicity stunt", and someone else agreed it was "a...

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  • Aurora Cannabis CEO Booth says Coca-Cola would be a great partner
Aurora Cannabis CEO Booth says Coca-Cola would be a great partner

The comments come after BNN Bloomberg reported Monday that Edmonton-based Aurora is in talks to produce cannabis-infused drinks with the world's largest beverage maker, The Coca-Cola Co . Heineken's Lagunitas craft-brewing label has launched a brand specializing in non-alcoholic drinks infused with THC, marijuana's active ingredient. The news ...

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  • President Trump to visit Cherry Point as part of Florence tour
President Trump to visit Cherry Point as part of Florence tour

In the town of Fair Bluff, North Carolina , which has struggled to recover from the devastation of Hurricane Matthew in 2016, only about 50 residents remained on Tuesday, Fair Bluff Police Chief Chris Chafin told Reuters. He surveyed flooding and received briefings from local officials. The Trump administration has also faced criticism over ...

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  • Foodstuffs halts all Australian strawberries distribution
Foodstuffs halts all Australian strawberries distribution

Australian police are continuing their manhunt for the country's infamous strawberry saboteur as needle-contamination fears spread across the country, bringing the fruit industry to its knees. A metal detector has been installed at a fruit wholesaler in Western Australia after strawberries contaminated with needles were reported four times over the...

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  • McDonald's workers in 10 cities stage #MeToo strike
McDonald's workers in 10 cities stage #MeToo strike

Plans for the walkout - to start at lunchtime on September 18 - have been approved in recent days by "women's committees" formed by employees at dozens of McDonald's restaurants across the U.S. She alleged that a co-worker verbally and physically harassed her, the AP reported. "I can't tell her to stand up for herself if I'm not willing to stand ...

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  • My Brexit plan or crash out of European Union, says Theresa May
My Brexit plan or crash out of European Union, says Theresa May

Mr Barnier insisted that there would be no hard border in Ireland, claiming that any future deal will see a "set of technical checks and controls". Prime Minister Theresa May has struggled to bridge a deep divide within her Conservative Party about how close a relationship Britain should have with the EU.

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  • National Cheeseburger Day 2018: Where to find free and cheap burgers today
National Cheeseburger Day 2018: Where to find free and cheap burgers today

One is to buy anything and get a free Dave's Single cheeseburger through september 18. Like so many of these made-up food holidays , someone decided September 18 sounded like as good a day as any to honor the almighty cheeseburger. The FB Burger normally sells for $8 to $10. See where you can get the best deal now! There are a few cheeseburger...

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  • Saudi Arabia invests US$1 billion in Tesla competitor Lucid
Saudi Arabia invests US$1 billion in Tesla competitor Lucid

The infusion represents a coup for Lucid Motors, a Newark, California, startup whose leadership includes six former Tesla executives, including an engineer who oversaw the design of the Tesla Model S that proved electric cars could be esthetically pleasing and fast, in addition to reducing air pollution.

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  • Trump imposes tariffs on $200B more of Chinese goods
Trump imposes tariffs on $200B more of Chinese goods

The Trump administration has demanded that China cut its $375 billion trade surplus with the United States , end policies aimed at acquiring US technologies and intellectual property and roll back high-tech industrial subsidies. The U.S. put out about 40 per cent of the world's steel after World War II, but the figures have steadily dropped in t...

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  • China’s reaction to Trump’s tariffs could be ‘serious problem’ for Apple
China’s reaction to Trump’s tariffs could be ‘serious problem’ for Apple

President Trump said this morning that if China retaliates, he will push for tariffs on another $US267 billion of Chinese products, which would imply sanctions on the entirety of Chinese exports to the US. tariffs, with state-run media arguing for an aggressive "counterattack". Trump has been locked into a trade dispute with Beijing over China...

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  • Chinese goods on U.S. radar, India braces for shockwave
Chinese goods on U.S. radar, India braces for shockwave

In Beijing, China's foreign ministry has already vowed to strike back. While Trump wants United States companies to shift their manufacturing from China and elsewhere to the USA, not only would that make the U.S. In a further attempt to cushion the blow, Washington canceled plans to put tariffs on about 300 product categories, including hot c...

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  • India to merge three state-owned banks to tackle bad loans
India to merge three state-owned banks to tackle bad loans

In a surprise move aimed at reviving the stressed banking sector through consolidation, the government on Monday proposed amalgamation of Bank of Baroda, Dena Bank and Vijaya Bank. "No employee will face any adverse service conditions after the amalgamation". In his presentation, Secretary Rajiv Kumar said the amount of NPAs have started declinin...

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  • United States impose new $200bn tariffs on China imports
United States impose new $200bn tariffs on China imports

Trump will "immediately" pursue another $267 billion in tariffs if China retaliates. "Tariffs have put the USA in a very strong bargaining position, with Billions of Dollars, and Jobs, flowing into our Country - and yet cost increases have thus far been nearly unnoticeable", Trump said on Twitter.

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  • Trump says cost increases from tariffs are 'almost unnoticeable'
Trump says cost increases from tariffs are 'almost unnoticeable'

In a pair of early morning tweets, Trump hailed his combative trade policy as a boon to American economic health and said the United States steel industry, which the White House has championed in new protectionist measures, was now "the talk of the world".

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  • Coca-Cola May Foray Into Cannabis-Infused Drinks
Coca-Cola May Foray Into Cannabis-Infused Drinks

It is the non-psychoactive chemical component of marijuana used for medicinal goal which doesn't produce the high that usually comes from tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). It should be noted that Coca-Cola shares have risen since the news was announced . "There is so much happening in this area right now and we think it has incredible potential".

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