How Amazon Tracks and Fires Workers Based on ‘Productivity’
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How Amazon Tracks and Fires Workers Based on ‘Productivity’

A lot of critics have argued that the working conditions in Amazon’s centers are tough, and it’s not hard to see why.

The US Economy Grows 3.2% in First Quarter, Exceeding Expectations
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The US Economy Grows 3.2% in First Quarter, Exceeding Expectations

It is also the best growth rate posted in the first quarter over the last four years.

How Amazon Made $11.2 Billion in Profit and Paid $0 in Federal Taxes
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How Amazon Made $11.2 Billion in Profit and Paid $0 in Federal Taxes

The company, which is now valued at $800 billion, will not have to pay anything in federal taxes this year and this is not the first time this happens.

Two French Billionaires Donate $340 Million to Help Rebuild Notre-Dame
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Two French Billionaires Donate $340 Million to Help Rebuild Notre-Dame

Bernard Arnault and Francois Pinault, the two richest people in the country, have been leading a fundraiser to rebuild the cathedral and the two have already raised millions of dollars.

Uber's IPO Could Be the Biggest One in Years
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Uber's IPO Could Be the Biggest One in Years

Uber officially files for an initial public offering, and this week interest parties had a sneak preview of the company's strategy moving forward.

25% of Americans Are Skipping Medical Care Because of the Cost
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25% of Americans Are Skipping Medical Care Because of the Cost

One in four Americans chose not to receive treatment for a health issue in 2018 because of the high cost, and 45% worry that it could send them into bankruptcy.

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