Daily Archives: September 5, 2018

Kanye West Apologizes to Drake on Twitter Amid Rap Feud

Kanye West appears to be trying to make amends with Drake after months of back-along with-forth feuding.  Early Wednesday morning, West took to Twitter to post a lengthy apology along with explanation behind what led to the rappers’ beef.  “Sending Great energy along with love to Drake along with family along with crew,” he captioned a screenshot of Drake’s stage. “I haven’t ...

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44 percent of American users ages 18-29 have deleted app

Andrew Harrer | Bloomberg | Getty Images Sheryl Sandberg, chief operating officer of Facebook Inc., listens during a Senate Intelligence Committee hearing in Washington, D.C., U.S., on Wednesday, Sept. 5, 2018.  Facebook’s year of scandals is actually driving young users away via the platform, according to a Pew survey. Pew surveyed more than 3,400 U.S. Facebook users in May along ...

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Emirates jet quarantined at brand-new York’s JFK after passengers fall ill

Federal health authorities as well as local police quarantined an Emirates Airline jumbo jet Wednesday morning in brand-new York after several passengers said they were ill. Upon landing at John F. Kennedy International Airport, the double-decker Airbus A380, the entire world’s largest passenger jet, was met by ambulances as well as parked away coming from terminals, so medical personnel coming ...

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China e-retailer JD.com plunges for a second day after CEO arrest 

Billy H.C. Kwok | Bloomberg | Getty Images Richard Liu, founder in addition to chief executive officer of JD.com. Shares of Chinese e-retailer JD.com plunged 11 percent on Wednesday, dropping for a second straight day, after CEO Richard Liu was arrested last week in Minneapolis after rape allegations. The Minneapolis police department said on Tuesday that will Liu was taken ...

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CBS reportedly in talks to settle legal drama with National Amusements

The legal saga between CBS in addition to Redstone family-controlled National Amusements may soon be over. Entertainment news site Deadline first reported Wednesday, citing sources, that will the two parties are engaged in settlement talks, which are limited to their legal disputes. Sources told Deadline that will CBS CEO Les Moonves, who is usually being investigated amid sexual assault allegations, ...

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Sessions sets tech competition meeting with state attorneys general

which’s unclear whether the Justice Department might continue reviewing competition as well as bias among tech companies should Sessions leave the Trump administration. The president as well as his attorney general have been at odds in recent months, yet Trump has reportedly said Sessions will remain in his post until at least November. Reuters reported later on Wednesday which the ...

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Short seller Andrew Left ‘way off base’

Cronos Group CEO Mike Gorenstein says the Toronto-based marijuana producer will be not disclosing the size of distribution agreements with Canadian provinces because the company doesn’t want to overpromise. He was responding to an allegation through short seller Andrew Left of which nondisclosure will be a deception. However, Gorenstein said Tuesday on CNBC’s “Fast Money” of which “When we have ...

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