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FedEx profits slip after starting big Amazon customers

On Tuesday, the delivery company showed a slight decline in revenue and a 12% decrease in operating profit for the three months ending August 31 compared to the same period last year. To contribute to that decline, the company said, global trade disputes, increased costs related to the expansion of its delivery service and "loss of business from a major …

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Black Tap in the Downtown Disney District is offering free cheeseburgers on National Cheeseburger Day on Wednesday

This entry may contain affiliate links; read the information for more information. Black Tap Craft Burgers & Shakes in Downtown Disney District at Disneyland Resort celebrates National Cheeseburger Day on Wednesday, September 18 by giving away free hamburgers. That's right, the first 100 guests in the line will receive a coupon for a free American burger. Even if you miss …

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Senate Dems urge CFPB to extend QM patch

WASHINGTON – Senate Democrats are warning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau to be cautious as they consider changes to their mortgage rules. Under existing rules, lenders must ensure that borrowers have the ability to repay before extending a mortgage. However, the CFPB also created an exception for so-called qualified mortgages that meet certain criteria under which lenders have less legal …

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How Gold, Oil, Stocks and USD Perform After FOMC Interest Rate Reductions

FEDERAL RESERVE Interest rate CUT CYCLES & PERFORMANCE MARKET – SUMMARY ITEMS: The Federal Reserve is expected to announce its second interest rate cut this year and stands to confirm the central bank's shift towards increasingly dumb monetary policy cuts on Assets like Gold, Crude Oil, S&P 500 and US Dollar Check out our free training guide discussing strategies behind …

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The court claims AT&T created fake accounts to juice DirecTV Now subscription number

According to the lawsuit, "Employees – who faced aggressive sales quotas -" and were actively encouraged "to convert $ 35 activation fees paid by customers to upgrade their phones to the price of multiple DirecTV Now subscriptions, this was allegedly" waived charge, but still charge the customer and apply the payment to up to three DirecTV Now accounts with fake …

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Millions of Americans' medical images and data provided "unprotected" online, the study shows

Medical images and health data belonging to millions of Americans – including X-rays and CT scans – are unprotected online and can be viewed by anyone with basic computer knowledge, a new Scandinavian report published on Tuesday. According to ProPublica, which worked in collaboration with the German broadcaster Bayerischer Rundfunk for the investigation, the data included over 5 million patients …

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