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Starbucks to stop selling newspapers in September – Fox Business

Extra! Extra! Read all about it – or not.Starbucks announced it will stop selling The New York Times, Wall Street Journal and Gannett papers like USA Today in more than 8,600 U.S. stores in September.  The New York Post first reported on Starbucks’ decision to drop newspapers.The coffee giant cited “changing customer behavior” for the…


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Broke Iran Seizes 1,000 Crypto Rigs, Skips Bitcoin Mining Mosques

As sanctions imposed by the United States continue to bite reducing government revenues and widening the budget deficit, Iran has turned its ire to Bitcoin mining operations in the country that are mooching off the country’s heavily subsidized power.Bitcoin mining in Iran nearly as profitable as in ChinaAccording to Reuters, 1,000 bitcoin mining rigs have…


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Ilhan Omar Boasts She’s Trump’s ‘Nemesis’ in Cringeworthy Rant

Ilhan Omar Boasts She’s Trump’s ‘Nemesis’ in Cringeworthy RantIlhan Omar is a “nightmare,” but not for the reason she thinks. | Source: Brendan Smialowski / AFP (i), Shutterstock (ii). Imaged Edited by CCN.By CCN: First-year congresswoman Ilhan Omar boasts that she’s already President Trump’s number-one “nemesis.” Why? Because she’s a black woman who has no…






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Pickle chips coming – The Takeout

Photo: Nedim_B (Getty Images), nantonov (Getty Images), VlasicAs reported by Food Business News (and brought to our attention by Esquire), Conagra Brands, Inc.—a company which includes Orville Redenbacher’s, Duncan Hines, Slim Jim, and other brands—is in the process of expanding its reach in the snack world. It’s a big world, the snack world, but we…



Facebook is asking some new users for their email passwords and appears to be harvesting their contacts without consent

Facebook is asking some new users for their email passwords and appears to be harvesting their contacts without consent

Facebook is asking some new users to provide the password to their email account. The move has alarmed security experts, who warn it could encourage users to engage in “risky” behaviour and increase their chances of being hacked. The social network also appears to be accessing these users’ contacts without asking for permission. The company…