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Amazon's hopes its Prime Day doesn't go to the…

Amazon is hoping customers don't see any more dogs, after early problems on Prime Day meant people trying to shop got only images of the cute canines delivering an apologetic message

San Francisco to consider tax on companies to…

San Francisco voters will decide in November whether to tax large businesses to pay for homeless and housing services in a city struggling with income inequality

Roll-Royce Is Coming Out With A Flying Car

Rolls-Royce just unveiled its plans for a flying personal vehicle, pitting the car and plane engineer against companies like Uber who are developing their own flying cars.

Source: Uber facing probe into alleged gender…

Source says government regulators are investigating whether Uber's pay structure discriminated against the ride-hailing service's women workers

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Netflix drops dud on Wall St. as subscriber…

Netflix's second-quarter subscriber growth disappoints investors, causing stock to fall 14 percent.

Elon Musk's social media conduct may be bad for…

Elon Musk's social media conduct may be bad for business, could land him in court facing defamation lawsuit

Here Are Some Helpful Tips To Make Your Selfie…

If you want your selfie to look even better, here are a few tips to help you out. Keri Lumm reports.

FCC head has 'serious concerns' with…

The chairman of the Federal Communications Commission is raising "serious concerns" about Sinclair's $3.9 billion deal for Tribune's television stations.

Amazon Goes Down at Start of Prime Day

According to Business Insider , CNET , TechCrunch , and a bunch of irritated would-be customers posting about it on Twitter , Amazon was having serious technical difficulties as its much-anticipated Prime Day started Monday. Outage reports spiked around 3pm Eastern, just as the 36-hour sale was starting, but the site appeared to go...

Why a 2009 Romance Novel Costs $2,812.48 on Amazon

With most Amazon articles focused on Prime-Day deals , the New York Times is out with a story focusing on the opposite end of the spectrum: the astronomical prices some third-party sellers are attaching to books sold on the site. It zeroes in on romance author Deborah Macgillivray, who in June...

AP Analysis: Billionaires fuel powerful state…

Billionaires are influencing state education policy by giving money to state-level charter support organizations to sustain, defend and expand the charter schools movement across the country

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