• 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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  • Oil prices rise as focus returns to supply concerns
Oil prices rise as focus returns to supply concerns

Iran's OPEC governor, Hossein Kazempour Ardebili, told Reuters on Friday that a "supply shortage" showed that Washington would not be able to meet its zero exports target. India, Iran's No.2 oil client behind top buyer China , does not recognize the reimposed USA sanctions, but winning a waiver from the restrictions is a must for New Del...

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  • Salesforce co-founder and wife buy Time magazine
Salesforce co-founder and wife buy Time magazine

The venerable newsmagazine Time , a almost 100-year-old media institution, is about to have new owners - Marc Benioff , Salesforce chairman and co-CEO, and Lynne Benioff, his wife. Meredith expects to announce agreements for the remaining asset sales in the near future. Mr Benioff has criticised Mr Trump in public appearances and through his ...

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  • Karnataka government cuts Petrol, Diesel prices by Rs 2/litre
Karnataka government cuts Petrol, Diesel prices by Rs 2/litre

Karnataka Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy on Monday announced slashing of fuel prices, reduced Rs 2 cess cut on both petrol and diesel. Sources said the CM instructed the finance department last week to consider reducing fuel prices. The petrol price is marching towards the Rs 90 per litre-mark in Mumbai on the day with an increase of 15 paise...

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  • Bank of England sees more Brexit uncertainty
Bank of England sees more Brexit uncertainty

Britain's property market would crash and mortgage rates spiral up in the event of a chaotic no-deal Brexit, with house prices falling 35 per cent over three years, Bank of England Governor Mark Carney told ministers, The Times newspaper reported.

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  • 'Significant leads' after metal object discovered in Queensland banana
'Significant leads' after metal object discovered in Queensland banana

Coles and removed strawberries from shelves in all stores nationwide, except for Western Australia. It is also being treated as an isolated incident without any links to other food contamination investigations. He told officers he did not recall the needle being in the sink prior to washing the berries, which were locally produced and packaged. ...

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  • Mop up in Hong Kong after Super Typhoon Mangkhut
Mop up in Hong Kong after Super Typhoon Mangkhut

Typhoon Mangkhut is the strongest tropical storm of the season so far with winds as fast as 200 kilometres per hour, Mangkhut has reportedly killed at least 25 people in the Philippines as it continues it's path towards southern China. on Sunday. For the first time , 42 casinos on the gambling hotspot of Macau were closed "for the safety of ca...

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  • Duke starts to shut N.C. Brunswick nuclear plant ahead of Florence
Duke starts to shut N.C. Brunswick nuclear plant ahead of Florence

Duke Energy did not provide information about specific changes made at Brunswick , other than to say emergency generators and pumps will remove stormwater if the plant floods. Federal officials expressed confidence the six nuclear power plants in Hurricane Florence's path are safe, but some experts aren't so sure, warning that flooding and torrent...

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  • Canada cannabis entrepreneurs 'could face USA lifetime ban'
Canada cannabis entrepreneurs 'could face USA lifetime ban'

Marijuana becomes legal in Canada on October 17. our neighbours to the south? As long as the substance remains illegal at the federal level in the country, the grounds for inadmissibility are outlined in Section 212 of the US Immigration and Nationality Act, which states that anyone who "is or has been an illicit trafficker in any controlled s...

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  • National Wireless Emergency Alert System Set to Test Sept. 20
National Wireless Emergency Alert System Set to Test Sept. 20

The system message distributed during the test will read, "THIS IS A TEST of the National Wireless Emergency Alert System ". Compatible cell phones that are powered on, within range of an active cellular tower and connected to any of more than 100 wireless providers will receive a "Presidential Alert" during Thursday's test, FEMA said .

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  • Strawberry crisis deepens: Six brands recalled after more needles found
Strawberry crisis deepens: Six brands recalled after more needles found

Queensland's chief health officer Dr Jeannette Young said strawberries would be back on shelves on Thursday and urged people to throw out any frozen fruit or fruit purchased in the past week. In the post, Ms Faugeras says her 10-year-old discovered a pin embedded in a strawberry while eating a punnet they had bought from the Coles at Wingham.

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  • Volkswagen to end production of iconic Beetle
Volkswagen to end production of iconic Beetle

The original VW Beetle , developed in the 1930s, made a journey from a product identified with Adolf Hitler to a symbol of Germany's rebirth as a democratic, industrial powerhouse after World War II. That plant located in the state of Puebla, Mexico, is expected to make its last Beetle in July 2019. The iconic vehicle in its Final Edition ...

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