Daily Archives: June 21, 2018

‘Shadowhunters’ Fans Are Raising Thousands for The Trevor Project Following Freeform Cancellation

The Shadowhunters fans are channeling their heartache into helping others. Earlier This specific month, Freeform announced  in which its well-known supernatural show — based on the Cassandra Clare book series of the same name — will conclude its epic journey with the second half of its third season. Following the news of the series’ cancellation, Shadowhunters fans have been feverishly trying ...

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Amazon’s marketplace VP Peter Faricy lose most responsibilities

Just three months after the head of Amazon’s massive marketplace left the company for WeWork, the highest ranking remaining executive inside the business has been stripped of much of his authority. Peter Faricy, the vice president of the Amazon Marketplace and also also also a 12-year company veteran, currently has no direct reports except for his assistant, according to an ...

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Youngest migrants held in US ‘tender age’ shelters

Trump administration officials have been sending babies as well as also additional young children forcibly separated coming from their parents at the U.S.-Mexico border to at least three “tender age” shelters in South Texas, The Associated Press has learned. Lawyers as well as also medical providers who have visited the Rio Grande Valley shelters described play rooms of crying preschool-age ...

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Here’s How of which Tablet On The Table At Your Favorite Restaurant is actually Hurting Your Waiter

When the Smokey Bones restaurant in Dayton, Ohio, where Nicole Bishop waits tables introduced Ziosk tabletop tablets, she wasn’t too worried about them. Ziosks are designed to improve restaurant efficiency by allowing customers to order drinks, appetizers, along with desserts, along with pay their bill coming from the table without talking to a server. although, as Bishop soon discovered, they ...

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Dylan O’Brien Pokes Fun at His Post-‘Teen Wolf’ Career In First YouTube Video in 8 Years

Dylan O’Brien posted his first YouTube video in eight years on Wednesday to give fans a look inside the life of an unemployed actor in Los Angeles. from the hilarious, self-deprecating mockumentary video, the Teen Wolf alum drives around the streets of Los Angeles, explaining how he’s been spending his time between paying gigs to an unseen camera operator, who ...

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Shares of Amazon slide after Supreme Court sales tax ruling

Shares of online retailers fell Thursday after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled which states contain the right to collect potentially billions of dollars in taxes by internet sales. Overstock fell 5.7 percent, Etsy as well as eBay slipped more than 2 percent as well as Shopify declined 1 percent. Amazon was down nearly 1 percent. Traditional retailers like Target, Walmart ...

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Swiss National Bank leaves expansionary policy unchanged

Gianluca Colla | Bloomberg | Getty Images The Swiss National Bank (SNB), Switzerland’s central bank, in Bern, Switzerland, on Wednesday, April 18, 2012. The Swiss National Bank maintained its ultra loose monetary policy on Thursday, citing the “fragile” exchange rate situation. The SNB kept its target range for the three-month London Interbank Offered Rate (LIBOR) at -1.25 to -0.25 percent, ...

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Tessa Thompson Says the item’s an ‘Instinct’ to Join Socially-Conscious Projects Amid Border Controversy (Exclusive)

Tessa Thompson will be all about using her platform to make an impact.  ET spoke with the actress at the 10th Annual BAMcinemaFest Opening Night Premiere of Sorry to Bother You in completely new York City on Tuesday, where she opened up about her latest role, along with took a moment to comment on the border controversy.  Thompson’s character, Detroit, ...

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Denver won’t host Democratic National Convention in 2020

The Democratic National Committee can officially rule out hosting its convention in Denver. The Denver Post reported Wednesday that will the city withdrew its bid to host the Democratic National Convention in 2020 because the date’s don’t work with the city’s schedule. Amber Miller, a Denver city spokeswoman, told the Post that will the July 13-16 dates for the event ...

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