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Japan joining forces with US and Europe to regulate Big Tech

Japan is joining the fight against Big Tech’s market dominance. The head of the country’s antitrust watchdog said Monday that it would be teaming up...

Roosevelt Hotel site attracting developers

Last week’s news that the historic Roosevelt Hotel was closing had New Yorkers teary-eyed and developers drooling. The historic, nearly 100-year-old Roosevelt announced on Oct. 12...

B&H accused of discrimination by furloughed workers

Some furloughed employees at B&H Photo Video fear that they recently lost their jobs for good — and claim it’s because they reported unsafe...

Hackers broke into nearly 2,000 Robinhood trading accounts

Nearly 2,000 Robinhood accounts were infiltrated by hackers who stole money from the popular stock-trading app’s users, a new report says. The estimate — which...

Atari launching cryptocurrency along with its new gaming console

Atari isn’t just getting back in the console game after two decades on the sidelines — it’s jumping headfirst into cryptocurrency, too. The retro gaming...

McDonald’s axed worker who protested lax COVID-19 measures: suit

A former McDonald’s worker has reportedly sued the fast-food giant for firing her after she protested a lack of coronavirus protections at her restaurant. Maria...

Volkswagen nearing a deal with Carl Icahn to buy Navistar

Volkswagen has been locked in a staring contest with Carl Icahn — and Icahn is blinking. Navistar — a US truck manufacturer whose big shareholders...

Amazon Prime Day sales surge 45 percent to over $10 billion

Amazon reportedly raked in more than $10 billion during this week’s two-day Prime Day sale. The record-breaking number represents a 45.2 percent increase over last...

Warner Bros. execs not interested in buying struggling theaters

It looks like Hollywood has no plans to save the struggling movie theater business, despite being given the greenlight earlier this year to start...

US retail sales smash expectations with 1.9 percent jump

US retail sales accelerated their recovery from the coronavirus crisis in September as consumers splurged on clothes, hobbies and restaurants, the feds said Friday. Retailers...

Boeing shares surge after regulator says 737 MAX is OK to fly

Boeing’s stock price soared early Friday as Europe’s top aviation regulator said the company’s beleaguered 737 MAX plane was safe enough to start flying...

Coca-Cola is getting rid of Tab after nearly 60 years

Coca-Cola is finally getting rid of Tab, the pioneering diet soda that kept a small but diehard fanbase for more than 50 years. The move...

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Tucson Mayor Calls Out Trump Over $80,000 Rally Debt Before New Superspreader Event

The mayor of Tucson, Arizona, fired off a letter to President Donald Trump pointing out that his campaign still owes her city $80,000 for...

Jets stuck in endless rebuild after trade from 2020 white flag

During the second half of Sunday’s 24-0 Jets loss to the Dolphins, television cameras caught general manager Joe Douglas, sitting alone in the press...

John Oliver Now Has A Sewage Plant Named After Him

DANBURY, Conn. (AP) — Comedian John Oliver made a secret trip to Connecticut last week to help cut the ribbon on a sign naming...