Shareholders Pressure Amazon to Stop Selling Facial Recognition Technology to the Government
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Shareholders Pressure Amazon to Stop Selling Facial Recognition Technology to the Government

Amazon’s facial recognition software has been drawing a lot of controversies lately and it seems the matter has finally reached the company’s shareholders.
Chairman May Be Able to Keep 400 Sears Stores Open After Bankruptcy Auction
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Chairman May Be Able to Keep 400 Sears Stores Open After Bankruptcy Auction

The company’s chairman and largest shareholder Eddie Lampert was able to win a bankruptcy lawsuit which helped avert the possibility of liquidation
Google Will Spend $1 Billion for Its New Campus in New York
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Google Will Spend $1 Billion for Its New Campus in New York

Google becomes the second major tech company to pick the Big Apple as the next base of operations after Amazon confirmed that it will also be building part of its second headquarter in this city
Google Decides Not to Sell Its Facial Recognition Technology Until a Later Time
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Google Decides Not to Sell Its Facial Recognition Technology Until a Later Time

Google says it won’t sell any facial recognition products until it has policies and additional safeguards to make sure the controversial technology is not abused.
‘The Guardians and the War on Truth’ is Time Magazine’s Person of the Year
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‘The Guardians and the War on Truth’ is Time Magazine’s Person of the Year

This year's Person of The Year are the "guardians and the war on truth", individuals who have risked a lot in pursuit of greater truths.
155,000 Jobs Were Created in the US in November
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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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