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Scrolls through emojis and jokes of the payment platform.

Image Illustration of Slate. Photos of Venmo, Thinkstock. In less than a decade, Venmo has fundamentally changed not only the ways in which money changes happen, but also the language we use to describe this exchange. "Venmo" as a verb is common parlance at this time and with the cashless movement that gets steam in city center it is unlikely …

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Papa John's attempt to prevent the founder from gaining control

Papa Johns tries to ward off his controversial founder from collecting a controlling stake in the company by adopting a "poison pills" plan. The company is struggling to refrain from joining John Schnatter, who resigned as chairman's month after using a racial slaughter during a media education period. Schnatter has since said that his departure was a "mistake" and criticized …

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Detroit car show move to June in & # 39; 20

Ian Thibodeau, The Detroit News Published at 12:49 a.m. ET July 23, 2018 | Updated 9:21 AM ET July 23, 2018 "Our show is undergoing its most significant transformation over the last three decades," said Rod Alberts, CEO of the show. "Detroit will continue to be a global stage for some of the world's Most significant and iconic vehicles reveal, …

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Papa John's attempted to ward off founder with poison pill

Papa John's is trying to ward off his disgraced founder by adopting a poison pill plan. The company is struggling to distance itself from John Schnatter, who resigned as chairman this month after his use of a racial slur during a media training session was revealed. He stepped down late last year as CEO after becoming enmeshed in the national …

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Bird electric scooters have landed in Baltimore. Now the city tries to find out how to regulate them.

A new flock of birds has fallen down on Baltimore. They are spread over pavements, built against buildings and sliding through the streets of the city center. Since their arrival a few weeks ago, more than 60 dockless, battery-powered scooters have become a mounting tool in the city. California's based Bird, founded last year by a former executive of the …

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Uber, The Lifeguard livestreamed video of hundreds of passengers, but was it illegal?

Hundreds of Uber and Lift passengers in Missouri were apparently life-flowing without their knowledge in the last four months, and a media secretary says it was probably legal. Dr. Daxton "Chip" Stewart, a journalist professor at Texas Christian University and author of "Social Media and the Law" told ABC News "Start Here" the podcast that Missouri is a "one-party consent" …

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Japanese yen tower of political incentives, unwind efforts

LONDON (Reuters) – The Japanese yen rallied for almost two weeks high against the euro on Monday after reports that the central bank debated movements to scale back its huge monetary stimulus. PHILPHOTO: Euro, Hong Kong dollar, US dollar, Japanese yen, British pound and Chinese 100-yuan banknotes are seen in a picture illustration shot January 21, 2016. REUTERS / Jason …

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