• National Pi Day: Meals and deals
National Pi Day: Meals and deals

A few other pizza places in Canada are offering $3.14 pizzas for Pi Day! Here are some of the Pi Day deals Wichita can take advantage of on Thursday. The deal is valid for dine-in and takeout. One per order and in-restaurant only. 7-Eleven: With the 7Rewards app , get one slice of pizza for 50 cents.

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  • Canada joins ban on Boeing crash aircraft
Canada joins ban on Boeing crash aircraft

The Boeing statement said: " Safety is a core value at Boeing for as long as we have been building aeroplanes, and it will always will be". In addition to those that have already been grounded, there are more than 4,600 Boeing 737 Max 8 planes on backlog that have not yet been delivered to airlines.

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  • Faulty air bag parts prompt Honda to re-recall 1 million cars
Faulty air bag parts prompt Honda to re-recall 1 million cars

Automakers in the United States repaired more than 7.2 million defective Takata air bag inflators in 2018, as companies have ramped up efforts to track down parts in need of replacement. The airbag recalls continue as the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has revealed Acura and Honda will recall 1,108,939 vehicles to replace an air b...

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  • Brexit breakthrough as May secures win
Brexit breakthrough as May secures win

The policy is part of temporary tariff regime unveiled Wednesday to inform lawmakers who will vote later on whether to eliminate the possibility of a no-deal exit from the EU. A second defeat could see Britain end 46 years of ties with its closest trading partner on March 29 with no new arrangements in place, causing huge disruption on both sides o...

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  • Oil nears $67 on Saudi's export cuts
Oil nears $67 on Saudi's export cuts

Drilling rigs are parked up in the Cromarty Firth near Invergordon, Scotland, Britain January 27, 2015. April West Texas Intermediate crude, +0.82 per cent rose 86 cents, or 1.5 per cent, to $56.93 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange, after prices rose 0.5 per cent last week, according to Dow Jones Market Data.

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  • Infiniti kicks Western Europe to the curb amid restructuring
Infiniti kicks Western Europe to the curb amid restructuring

It's part of a bigger plan that involves pulling the Infiniti brand out of Western Europe. Nissan's luxury brand will still have a presence in Eastern Europe, Asia, and the Middle East. Infiniti said an exit from western Europe will allow it to focus on its initiative to "electrify" a good portion of its product portfolio from 2021 and dis...

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  • Facebook temporarily removes Elizabeth Warren's ads calling for breakup of Facebook
Facebook temporarily removes Elizabeth Warren's ads calling for breakup of Facebook

Facebook reinstated the ads on Monday, following reports on the removal, saying it wanted to allow for "robust debate". Facebook's policies limit the extent to which advertisers can reference Facebook or Instagram in the text or imagery.

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  • Tesla pumps brakes on plan to shutter all stores
Tesla pumps brakes on plan to shutter all stores

In a turnabout from the decision that caught staff and investors off guard, the company has since chose to keep "significantly" more stores open, it said on its blog . To settle fraud charges stemming from the tweet, Musk had to resign as Tesla chairman, both he and the company had to pay $20 million fines, and the SEC demanded oversight of his ...

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  • Nvidia set to acquire Mellanox Technologies for $6.9 billion
Nvidia set to acquire Mellanox Technologies for $6.9 billion

Securities and Exchange Commission. A report on the technology website for the Israeli daily newspaper Calcalist claims that Nvidia has shown a firm interest in acquiring Mellanox Technologies . The purchase essentially means that NVIDIA gets to add Mellanox's accelerated networking platform to its already expansive portfolio of AI, data cen...

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  • Forgetful $273M Mega Millions Winner Says Good Samaritan Helped Him Win Big
Forgetful $273M Mega Millions Winner Says Good Samaritan Helped Him Win Big

Weirsky had spent hours searching for the tickets when he got to his home in Alpha, New Jersey , near the Pennsylvania border. She also told the New York Post that she paid spousal support and continues to make payments. Weirsky says his luck has changed in another way too. "In addition to Mr. Weirsky's big win, retailers across New Jersey won...

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  • Tesla Raises Car Prices By 3% To Keep Stores Open
Tesla Raises Car Prices By 3% To Keep Stores Open

It will now close "about half as many" stores - making half the cost savings. Tesla has revised its plan to wind down many of its retail stores in favor of keeping more stores open, but at the expense of increasing the price of Model S , Model X , and some Model 3 variants after March 18.

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  • 30 injured on turbulent flight approaching JFK Airport
30 injured on turbulent flight approaching JFK Airport

After the flight, which originated in Istanbul, landed at John F. Kennedy International Airport at 5:35 p.m., 28 people were hospitalized at Jamaica Hospital Medical Center, spokesman Steve Coleman of the Port Authority of NY and New Jersey said.

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  • Ottawa-Gatineau's unemployment rate drops to 5.1% in February
Ottawa-Gatineau's unemployment rate drops to 5.1% in February

Scotiabank's Derek Holt, Head of Capital Markets Economics, thinks job creation and wage growth will get the Bank of Canada's attention. "It was a great report card for the Canadian jobs market and it flies in the face of some of the other statistics that we've been seeing lately out of Canada", said Scott Smith, managing partner at Viewpoint Inv...

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  • NIO abandons plans to manufacture its own cars amid widening losses
NIO abandons plans to manufacture its own cars amid widening losses

Tesla's China borrowing follows its biggest ever debt payment recently. Tesla's lenders of the unsecured loan include China Construction Bank Corp, Agricultural Bank of China, Industrial and Commercial Bank of China and Shanghai Pudong Development Bank Co.

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  • China's trade surplus shrinks in Jan.-Feb
China's trade surplus shrinks in Jan.-Feb

However, they note that the export and import figures must be viewed with due caution, because of the long holiday period due to the Chinese New Year. On a month-on-month basis, Taiwan's exports fell 25.3 percent and imports were down 41.4 percent in February, the MOF data shows. White House economic advisor Larry Kudlow acknowledged that Trump's...

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  • February job growth weakest in nearly one and a half years
February job growth weakest in nearly one and a half years

While the methodology of the payroll survey largely insulated the establishment data (employment and earnings, for example) from the shutdown's negative effects, furloughed workers were counted as unemployment in the reference period for the January household survey.

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  • Norway's $1T fund to dump oil and gas shares
Norway's $1T fund to dump oil and gas shares

But the divestment will focus on companies which trade exclusively in exploration and production like Marathon and Chesapeake Energy rather than the integrated oil giants. Norwegian lawmakers will vote on the proposal to divest from oil and gas companies later this year. The world's largest fund holds 37 billion USA dollars (£28.3 billion) in oil...

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  • Growth fears, China equity plunge haunts world stocks
Growth fears, China equity plunge haunts world stocks

Chinese stocks plunged more than 4% in their worst day in five months while Japan's Nikkei closed 2% lower. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 22.99 points, or 0.09 percent, to 25,450.24, the S&P 500 lost 5.86 points, or 0.21 percent, to 2,743.07 and the Nasdaq Composite dropped 13.32 points, or 0.18 percent, to 7,408.14.

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  • Carlos Ghosn released on bail
Carlos Ghosn released on bail

Ghosn says in a statement he is innocent and will "strongly" defend himself against "unfounded" charges. Ghosn, among the world's most prominent auto executives whose dramatic rescue of Nissan two decades ago made him a celebrity in the industry and in Japan , was barely recognizable as he left Tokyo Detention House where he had been detai...

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  • Mark Zuckerberg Outlines New Plan to Build 'Privacy-Focused' Facebook
Mark Zuckerberg Outlines New Plan to Build 'Privacy-Focused' Facebook

And on the seventh day of March the clouds above Menlo Park parted, and lo, Mark Zuckerberg spoke of privacy . Over the next year and beyond, there are a lot more details and tradeoffs to work through related to each of these principles.

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