Facebook Says It Could Afford to Get Rid of News
Technology

Facebook Says It Could Afford to Get Rid of News

This happened after the ACCC, Australia’s competition watchdog, was asked to produce a code of conduct that would be imposed on tech companies in order to balance out the playing field.
Here is How 2020's Candidates Plan to Lower Credit Card Fees
Politics

Here is How 2020's Candidates Plan to Lower Credit Card Fees

Bernie Sanders and rep Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez are planning to set a nationwide 15% percent cap on the interest rates that consumers can be charged in a credit card.
Here is What You Need to Know About Apple's Streaming TV Service
Technology

Here is What You Need to Know About Apple's Streaming TV Service

The company is planning to launch an online streaming service for which it has spent over $1 billion on new content, signing with names such as Oprah, Reese Witherspoon, Steven Spielberg and more.
Amazon Achieves Its First $200 Billion Year in Annual Sales
Business

Amazon Achieves Its First $200 Billion Year in Annual Sales

Amazon just broke it’s own record for annual sales and the plan is to continue expanding.
Apple Lowers Revenue Expectations Because of Poor Sales in China
Technology

Apple Lowers Revenue Expectations Because of Poor Sales in China

The competition of local manufactorers along with the fact people are taking longer to replace their smartphones, Apple reduced their revenue expectations in China despite still being one of the most succesful companies in the country.
155,000 Jobs Were Created in the US in November
Business

155,000 Jobs Were Created in the US in November

The creating of jobs was slightly below expectations as employers complain about talent shortage, but the numbers should improve soon.

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