• Krispy Kreme is giving out FREE coffee tomorrow across Canada
Krispy Kreme is giving out FREE coffee tomorrow across Canada

Barnes & Noble: All Barnes & Noble Cafes will offer a free cup of tall hot or iced coffee all day Saturday. All locations will offer a free any size hand-roasted coffee or cold brew (where available) with any purchase on Friday and Saturday.

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  • SurveyMonkey Makes Impressive Debut On Wall Street (NASDAQ:SVMK)
SurveyMonkey Makes Impressive Debut On Wall Street (NASDAQ:SVMK)

Online-polling company SurveyMonkey surged as much as 67 percent in its trading debut after raising $180 million in its bigger-than-targeted US initial public offering. SurveyMonkey's IPO filing stated it had 16 million active users in the past year, 3.8 percent of which were paying users, Bloomberg reported . For 2016 and 2017, our core reve...

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  • China accuses US of putting 'knife to its neck' in trade row
China accuses US of putting 'knife to its neck' in trade row

President Donald Trump talked about the economic impact of the his tariffs on steel, aluminum, and Chinese products during a rare press conference on Wednesday. China imported over $632 billion worth of machinery and electrical equipment in the first eight months of the year, up 19.6 percent year-on-year, official data showed.

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  • McDonald's removes artificial preservatives from its burgers
McDonald's removes artificial preservatives from its burgers

President Chris Kempczinski said on a call with media. In most fast food restaurants, the customers stand near the counter waiting for their order to be prepared. Of course, McDonald's has made other changes to stay competitive in a world with so many fast food options. "Chains including Yum Brands Inc.'s Taco Bell and Pizza Hut and Doctor'...

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  • US Fed raises benchmark interest rate
US Fed raises benchmark interest rate

The Fed forecasts the US economy will grow three.one percent this year, faster than the two.eight percent projection back in June, adding it will continue to expand moderately for at least three more years. But concern is growing that China won't change its practices, the higher tariffs on USA and Chinese goods will become permanent and both econ...

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  • WSJ Reports: Blue Origin to Produce First-Stage Engine for ULA Vulcan
WSJ Reports: Blue Origin to Produce First-Stage Engine for ULA Vulcan

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin has been vying for the contract for the past four years to ensure its next-generation, liquified natural gas-powered BE-4 engines would go on the Vulcan. Smith added they look forward to building the engine in Huntsville, AL. In its statement, ULA did not say how many engines it planned to procure or how mu...

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  • 'Catastrophic' fuel price rises in the pipeline - AA
'Catastrophic' fuel price rises in the pipeline - AA

In Kolkata, petrol and diesel prices were at Rs 84.82 per litre and Rs 76.09 per litre respectively. "Excluding months where fuel taxes were hiked, this will be the largest single fuel price increase South Africa has ever experienced", the AA says.

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  • Google partially u-turns on cryptocurrency ad ban
Google partially u-turns on cryptocurrency ad ban

The post went on to offer some additional details, but it remains to be seen how the roll-out will take effect. CNBC reported that Google , from October, will end its outright ban on all crypto-related advertising , and allow regulated crypto exchanges to buy ads on its platform in the us and Japan.

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  • Hacker to live-stream attack on Zuckerberg's Facebook page
Hacker to live-stream attack on Zuckerberg's Facebook page

A Bloomberg report says, Chang Chi-yuan is a minor celebrity in Taiwan who has successfully hacked into Apple and Tesla. "Broadcasting the deletion of FB founder Zuck's account", he posted on Facebook , where he has more than 26,000 followers.

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  • Air Force Awards Boeing $9 Billion Contract
Air Force Awards Boeing $9 Billion Contract

Since Monday, the United States' Air Force has awarded Boeing more than $11 billion in contracts. The winning streak, after a long series of disappointments for Boeing, provides a boost to its Defense and Space division, which is poised to rebound after shrinking for most of the past decade.

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  • Trump says he rejected Trudeau, again threatens Canadian-built auto tariffs
Trump says he rejected Trudeau, again threatens Canadian-built auto tariffs

The Trump administration could face barriers in Congress if it tries to advance a deal without Canada. The president added new pressure to trade talks Wednesday when he took aim at Trudeau and the Canadians, saying he won't make the deal they're seeking, that he doesn't like Canada's representative and that he might apply auto tariffs to the nort...

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  • Oil slips but sanctions provide support
Oil slips but sanctions provide support

India isn't planning to buy any Iranian oil in November, raising the prospect that Tehran will lose another major customer as USA sanctions hit and spurring speculation over whether China will follow suit. Several big buyers, such as a number of Indian refiners, have signaled they will wind down purchases of Iranian crude, yet the impact...

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  • Tesla's Musk pulled plug on settlement with SEC at last minute
Tesla's Musk pulled plug on settlement with SEC at last minute

Friday's selling has Tesla's stock on track to open near $270 a share, its lowest level since September 7. He specifically said he would consider doing so at $420, adding that funding had already been secured. Fund representatives expressed interest in taking Tesla private and asked about building a factory in the Middle East, Musk told the SEC. ...

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  • Trump's election-meddling charge against China marks USA pressure campaign
Trump's election-meddling charge against China marks USA pressure campaign

Russian Federation is also facing US accusations of election meddling , and Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov denounced the claims as "baseless". "Regrettably, we found that China has been trying to interfere in 2018 election against my administration", the president said.

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  • Facebook security breach exposed 50 million accounts to attackers
Facebook security breach exposed 50 million accounts to attackers

The social network said it learned this week of the attack that allowed hackers to steal " access tokens ", the equivalent of digital keys that enable them to access their accounts. The company says it has fixed the vulnerability and told law enforcement about the issue. "This attack exploited the complex interaction of multiple issues in our cod...

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  • Takeaways From the SEC's Complaint Against Musk
Takeaways From the SEC's Complaint Against Musk

The network says Musk and Tesla would have had to pay a nominal fine and admit no guilt, but the proposed deal would have required him to step down as chairman for two years and forced Tesla to appoint two new independent directors. "Musk acknowledged that no specific deal terms had been established at the meeting and there was no discussion of w...

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  • Brent prices dip while US crude oil supplies exceed analyst expectations
Brent prices dip while US crude oil supplies exceed analyst expectations

Such a rise in oil prices would make it the first time since the summer of 2014 that oil would return to the $100-a-barrel price level. United States crude futures rose 20 cents to US$72.28 a barrel, close to the highest since mid-July. push to isolate the clerical regime. President Donald Trump told the United Nations General Assembly that Iran'...

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  • Tesla building DIY auto carriers to deliver Model 3
Tesla building DIY auto carriers to deliver Model 3

According to Teslarati, Musk did admit that much of the EV factory's problems are more concerned on logistical issues which it seeks to address by implementing some unconventional strategies such as building its own carriers. Non-performance Model 3 inventory vehicles qualify for one year of free Supercharging. Maybe next Tesla could start making...

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  • Trump says he’s ‘not happy’ about Fed rate hike
Trump says he’s ‘not happy’ about Fed rate hike

It was its eighth hike since late 2015. At that point, it would regard its policy as modestly restraining growth. "It does seem to potentially indicate they believe monetary policy is becoming less accommodative and getting more towards that neutral rate".

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  • Trump Rejected PM Trudeau Meeting over Refusal to Negotiate Canadian Dairy Tariffs
Trump Rejected PM Trudeau Meeting over Refusal to Negotiate Canadian Dairy Tariffs

Speaking to reporters at the United Nations General Assembly, President Trump said: "His tariffs are too high, and he doesn't seem to want to move and I've told him forget about it, and frankly, we're thinking about just taxing cars coming in from Canada ".

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