Archive for July 26th, 2019

A San Francisco judge found Facebook and Twitter in contempt Friday for refusing to turn over postings that might help the defense in a criminal trial.

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The California city on Tuesday voted to ban natural gas hook-ups in new buildings, in a historic move

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Demand for single-family rental homes is surging, and homebuilders are now stepping in, redesigning and reimagining the sector, and becoming landlords themselves.

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Saudi Arabia’s crown prince turned to U.S. consultants for help imagining a massive new city-state in the northwest of his kingdom. What emerged was a Jetsons-style world of automation.

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Some acknowledge it’d be nice for everyone to have, but think it’s unrealistic.

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Costco shoppers in the US and Canada don't need to worry about carrying their membership card anymore.

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China has too many factories making too many goods.

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U.S. economic growth slowed in the second quarter by less than forecast as consumer spending topped estimates, though weaker business investment and exports underscored the risks spurring the Federal Reserve toward an interest-rate cut next week.

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Amazon.com Inc.’s results were marred by a surge in costs tied to its one-day delivery push, worrying investors who had grown accustomed to almost two straight years of fattening profits.

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Amazon.com Inc.’s results were marred by a surge in costs tied to its one-day delivery push, worrying investors who had grown accustomed to almost two straight years of fattening profits.

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