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Facebook's logo gets a face lift

In the 15 years since Mark Zuckerberg created Facebook, the platform has undergone more than a few costume changes. It has grown from dormitories to measure the relatively hot Harvard students to US politics online. When Facebook was announced to be published in 2012, Zuckerberg explained that Facebook was never intended to be just an app, or even just a …

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Krispy Kreme is giving 500 boxes of donuts to Jayson Gonzalez

Krispy Kreme is donating 500 dozen donuts to Jayson Gonzalez, 21, after learning he would cross state lines to resell their product. Minnesota does not have any Krispy Kreme stores, so Gonzalez, of Champlin, Minnesota, would drive 270 miles to a Krispy Kreme store in Clive, Iowa, every weekend and buy up to 100 boxes to resell in his hometown. …

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Mann Packaging Listeria vegetable recall in the United States and Canada

The recall responds to a notification from the Food and Drug Administration and the Canadian Food Inspection for a potential contamination of Listeria monocytogenes. The packages have a "Best If Enjoyed By" date October 11, 2019, to November 16, 2019. The packaged vegetables were sold under a variety of brands, including Mann's, HEB, Del Monte, Hungryroot, Marketside, O Organics, Signature …

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Uber third-quarter losses exceed Wall Street targets, revenue beats

Uber on Monday reported mixed third-quarter financials that sent the stock sinking after hours. Here are the important numbers: Earnings : $ -0.68 per share versus an expected -0.63 per share Revenue : $ 3.8 billion versus an expected 3.4 billion Net income : $ -1.1 billion, in line with expectations Total rides : 1.7 billion Active riders : 103 …

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Uber Q3 2019 earnings

Uber announced earnings Monday that beat analyst estimates on the top and bottom lines for its third quarter of 2019. But the stock fell as much as 6% after the company reported over $ 1 billion in net losses. Here are the key numbers: Loss per share: 68 cents vs. 81 cents expected, according to Refinitive Estimates Revenue: $ 3.81 …

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Facebook changes corporate logo in bid for transparency

As of Monday, Facebook has a new logo. Notably, the new logo will not replace the existing logo for the social-media service named Facebook – it's for the corporate parent of Instagram, WhatsApp, and Facebook. "People should know which companies make the products they use," Chief Marketing Officer Antonio Lucio said in the announcement, adding, " We're introducing a new …

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Popeyes' chicken sandwich set off a wave of social media attention

The return of Popeyes' chicken sandwich has got fans running around like the proverbially decapitated poultry. After entering the Chicken Sandwich Wars this August, Popeyes attracted a carnivorous horde of customers eager for more. And starting on Sunday, when Popeyes reintroduced his chicken sandwich to the menu, those diners' deep-fried prayers were answered. Fans took to social media to praise …

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Under Armour's shoes are not cool right now

Under Armor's sports shoes are displayed. Getty Images Under Armour's sales in the third quarter may have exceeded expectations, but an obvious shortcoming in Monday's edition was the company's shoe sales. Under Armor said footwear revenue tumbled 12% to $ 250.6 million from $ 284.9 million a year ago. During a conference call with analysts, the company admitted that the …

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