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Facebook Will Use Postcards To Fight Foreign Meddling In US Politics
A Facebook executive says the social network will begin using paper postcards to try and stop foreign meddlers—for instance, Russian agents—from buying ads designed to influence U.S.
Did Russian Meddlers Use A Bidder?; How GDPR Treats Email Addresses  AdExchanger
'SNL' alum Quinn recovering from heart attack with humor  WPXI Pittsburgh  
Slip in Walmart sales sends stock and Dow plunging
Walmart's online sales during the all-important holiday season slipped significantly from the previous quarter, rattling investors and putting its shares on track to have their worst trading day in more than two years.
Walmart has big year of e-commerce investments planned to bring growth back ...  CNBC
Walmart's Online Sales Growth Lags as It Confronts Challenges  New York Times
Jewel-Osco owner Albertsons to buy drugstore chain Rite Aid — but Chicago ...
Grocer Albertson's, which owns Jewel-Osco and other chains, will buy what remains of Rite Aid, which sold a chunk of its stores to Walgreens last year.
Albertsons, Rite Aid deal creates US supermarket and healthcare giant  USA TODAY
Rite Aid Was Albertsons's Last Best Hope  Bloomberg
Amazon Just Announced a New Whole Foods Perk for Some Users
In its latest discount roll-out since acquiring Whole Foods in 2017, Amazon announced on Tuesday it will offer 5% back to some Amazon credit card holders.
Amazon cooks up new Prime perk: 5% back on Whole Foods purchases  USA TODAY
Amazon uses cash back benefits to entice Prime members to Whole Foods  Ars Technica
S&P 500 and Nasdaq rise as tech stocks jump nearly 1%
The broad S&P 500 traded just above the flatline, erasing earlier losses, with the tech sector advancing nearly 1 percent. The tech-heavy Nasdaq, meanwhile, gained 0.7 percent.
Technology stocks rally, offsetting Walmart's plunge  Los Angeles Times
Dow Tries to Scramble Back After Weak Morning  Barron's
Qualcomm deals blow to Broadcom's bid with sweetened NXP deal
(Reuters) - U.S. semiconductor company Qualcomm Inc (QCOM.O) on Tuesday unveiled a sweetened $44 billion agreement to acquire NXP Semiconductors NV (NXPI.
Qualcomm Director Defends NXP Bid, Broadcom Price 'Not Even Close'  Barron's
Qualcomm Gains the Upper Hand in Megadeal Machinations  Bloomberg
Union workers want Disney to pay their $1000 tax cut bonuses
Unions representing about 35,000 Disney World workers say Disney is refusing to pay their members $1,000 tax cut bonuses. Disney (DIS) announced the $1,000 bonuses last month for 125,000 U.S.
Unions accuse Disney World of holding $1K bonuses hostage  New York Post
Disney Unions File Federal Complaint Over Promised Bonuses  U.S. News & World Report
Woman Filmed Berating Flight Attendant on Plane Gets Suspended From Job
A woman who caused a scene on a Delta Air Lines flight after being seated near a baby has been placed on leave from her job. Susan Peirez was caught on cell phone video berating a flight attendant.
Woman Placed On Leave After Video Of Her Screaming At A Flight Attendant ...  Tech Times
She didn't expect her video of a screaming Delta passenger would go ...
Elon Musk gets the OK to dig in abandoned DC lot
People tour the site after a test of a Hyperloop One propulsion system in North Las Vegas, Nev., in 2016. (AP Photo/John Locher). Elon Musk's dream of building a hyperloop that can move people between Washington, DC, and New York City in 29 minutes may ...
Elon Musk's Boring Company gets green light to start digging in ...  The Verge
Elon Musk Is Back to Digging Tunnels, This Time Under DC  Gizmodo
KFC Has a Problem in Britain: Not Enough Chicken
LONDON - In Britain, KFC has added a twist to the perennial riddle, “Why did the chicken cross the road?” “The chicken crossed the road,” the fast-food chain said on its website.
KFC shortages to continue all week  BBC News
KFC Closes More Than Half Of Its UK Restaurants After Chicken Shortage  HuffPost