Uber's latest setback: Loss of licence to operate in London
Los Angeles Times, 23 September at 01:35
Uber once wore its reputation for being a rule-breaker as a badge of pride. In London, that reputation became a liability when the British capital's transport authority said Friday it will not renew the ride-hailing company's license to operate
What HPE's layoffs mean for the company's cloud battle
SFGate, 23 September at 00:35
As Hewlett Packard Enterprise struggles to compete in a business-technology industry rapidly shifting to the cloud, the Palo Alto company plans to lay off about 10 percent of its workforce. The cuts — which will reportedly affect at least 5,000
Dow, S&P 500 eke out small gains, post second weekly advance
MarketWatch, 23 September at 00:25
U.S. stocks bounced late in the session, paring early losses and ending little changed on Friday as investors shook off the latest bellicosities between North Korean and U.S. leaders. The S&P 500 SPX, +0.06% closed 1.62 points higher at 2,502.22
Customers are disturbed by the idea of letting Walmart enter their homes to deliver groceries to the fridge
Business Insider, 23 September at 00:11
There's one major problem with Walmart's plan to deliver groceries straight to your fridge when you're not home: Many shoppers straight up hate the idea. A large number of customers' immediate response to news that Walmart is testing "in-fridge
Hewlett Packard Enterprise may be in line for 5000 job cuts
The Mercury News, 22 September at 23:19
Hewlett Packard Enterprise is reportedly lining up 5,000 job cuts by the end of 2017. This file image shows Hewlett Packard Enterprise CEO Meg Whitman in 2010. (Dai Sugano/Bay Area News Group). By Rex Crum | firstname.lastname@example.org | Bay ...
Congress criticizes Equifax data breach, but tighter regulations aren't likely
Christian Science Monitor, 22 September at 23:17
Though hackers have been able to get at personal consumer data, tougher regulations on how to store that data don't seem likely. An Equifax sign is seen outside the corporate headquarters in Atlanta. Despite concern about security breaches on companies ...
S&P 500, Nasdaq Shake Off North Korea Threat to Bounce Higher at Week's End
TheStreet.com, 22 September at 23:07
Stocks rallied from earlier losses to end mostly higher on Friday, Sept. 22, as investors shook off worries over escalating insults between the leaders of the U.S. and a nuclear-armed North Korea. The S&P 500 added 0.08%, and the Nasdaq gained 0.06%.
Amazon may soon deliver Shake Shack to your house
The Verge, 22 September at 23:04
Amazon may soon be able to deliver Shake Shack to your house. The e-commerce giant has partnered with Olo, an online restaurant ordering platform with corporate customers including Shake Shack, Chipotle, Five Guys, and Wingstop, to offer easy ...
Mercedes-Benz spends $1 billion to make EVs at Alabama plant
Engadget, 22 September at 23:03
Like most auto makers these days, Mercedes-Benz is investing in electric vehicles in a big way. The Daimler-owned company is fast-tracking all of its models to an electric future by 2022. It has also been showing off a slate of EV models, like the
Why the Equifax Breach Stings So Bad
New York Times, 22 September at 22:55
A Volkwagen dealership in Kentucky. Data provided by Equifax and the other two big credit reporting agencies determines how much people pay when borrowing to buy cars or to make other major purchases. Credit Luke Sharrett/Bloomberg. Among the ...
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