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Horsham misses out on launch of Greggs new vegan sausage roll

Horsham misses out on launch of Greggs new vegan sausage roll

Of course, there's a few people who have taken issue with the vegan sausage roll (*ahem* Piers Morgan ), sparking a debate fiercer than Brexit over on Twitter . "Like our pals at the sausage roll ...

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Volvo's spin-off Polestar brand teases fully electric Tesla Model 3 rival

Volvo's spin-off Polestar brand teases fully electric Tesla Model 3 rival

To support the interest and development of the teaser campaign was published the first image, showing part of the future of the auto. Toyota reveals its first fully-self driving vehicle. The approach,...

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9300 jobs added in December, StatsCan says

9300 jobs added in December, StatsCan says

While 18,300 part-time jobs evaporated last month, data released Friday, Jan, 4 from Statistics Canada reveals the province added 22,700 full-time positions to make up for losses. Employment rose by...

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Marriott Hackers Stole More Than 5M Unencrypted Passport Numbers

Marriott Hackers Stole More Than 5M Unencrypted Passport Numbers

The breach involved an intrusion into the Starwood reservations database dating back to 2014, but was only discovered in 2018. Of those, 354k of the cards were still unexpired by September 2018. Ano...

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Grade anti-drone equipment for UK airports

Grade anti-drone equipment for UK airports

But according to the Associated Press , an Israeli technology company has said its anti-drone system has drawn major interest in the weeks since the incident at Gatwick. The system, which is said to h...

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Settlement Brings Debt Relief To Students Of For-Profit Chain

Settlement Brings Debt Relief To Students Of For-Profit Chain

Under the agreement, CEC agreed to forgo all efforts to collect amounts owed by former students living in CT and other participating states. State attorneys general across the USA began investigatin...

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Trump to Apple: Make the iPhone in the United States, not China

Trump to Apple: Make the iPhone in the United States, not China

While this is still quite a large sum, the company expected to bring in revenue between $89 billion and $93 billion. Apple has for the first time missed since the invention of the iPhone, its ...

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Nissan's executive Munoz takes leave of absence in wake of Ghosn arrest

Nissan's executive Munoz takes leave of absence in wake of Ghosn arrest

The move follows the November arrest of former chairman Carlos Ghosn . During a January 8 hearing set by Judge Yuichi Tada of the district court, Ghosn, 64, is expected to make his first public app...

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Services sector stuck in 'meagre' growth as political deadlock bites

Services sector stuck in 'meagre' growth as political deadlock bites

The Global Manufacturing Index from JPMorgan Chase & Co and IHS Markit Ltd fell in December to the lowest level since September 2016 as measures of orders and hiring weakened, data showed on Wednesday...

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McDonald's brawl between employee and customer caught on video

McDonald's brawl between employee and customer caught on video

Witness Kinie Biandudi filmed the altercation and shared the shocking footage on social media. Biandudi's mother Brenda Biandudi told BuzzFeed News she recorded the video and that the incide...

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Ban on the sale of iPhone models in Germany

Ban on the sale of iPhone models in Germany

In a statement , Qualcomm said Apple was ordered to cease the sale, offer for sale and importation for sale of all infringing iPhones in Germany. The iPhone XS , iPhone XS Max and iPhone XR mod...

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Lawsuit: Popular Weather App Deceived Users

Lawsuit: Popular Weather App Deceived Users

Feuer says The Weather Channel app operators sold data to at least a dozen websites for targeted ads. And it says that TWC intentionally hides the fact that it shares location data in its lengthy p...

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'Flash-crash' hits Asia currency markets on Thursday morning

'Flash-crash' hits Asia currency markets on Thursday morning

At 1600 AEDT the Aussie had recovered most of its losses against the greenback, trading at 69.46 American cents. China's central bank said late on Wednesday it was adjusting policy to benefit more s...

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'No words' cops grieve Krispy Kreme doughnuts lost in NYE truck fire

'No words' cops grieve Krispy Kreme doughnuts lost in NYE truck fire

Krispy Kreme delivered dozens of doughnuts to a Kentucky police station Wednesday afternoon after a viral tweet showed officers mourning the loss of pastries from a vehicle fire earlier this week....

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Oil prices slip on economic downturn fears, but OPEC cuts offer support

Oil prices slip on economic downturn fears, but OPEC cuts offer support

Brent crude , the global benchmark, was up $1.25 to $57.20 a barrel at 1113 GMT. Aside from the stock market and global macro risks, analysts believe that shale, the main component of US oil product...

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Tuna sells for record $3M in auction at Tokyo's new fish market

Tuna sells for record $3M in auction at Tokyo's new fish market

The popular chain Sushi Zanmai's CEO Kiyoshi Kimura has won the annual auction with a record $3.1 million bid (333,600,000 yen) for a 278kg bluefin tuna at Tokyo's new fish market that replaced the wo...

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Metro Vancouver home sales plummet to 18-year low

Metro Vancouver home sales plummet to 18-year low

Property values in Greater Vancouver are showing signs of cooling as the real estate market softens in some areas. The total number of homes sold in Metro Vancouver in 2018 fell to its lowest level ...

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Powell says he would not resign if Trump asked him to

Powell says he would not resign if Trump asked him to

He also added that the Fed was prepared to adjust its approach to interest rate hikes should that policy appear to cause problems with the economy. Asked if he had had any face-to-face meetings with T...

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Shutdown could delay IRS tax refunds

Shutdown could delay IRS tax refunds

The Internal Revenue Service may not be anyone's favorite government agency, but many taxpayers may be pulling for it to regain full staffing over the next few weeks. If the shutdown continues throu...

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Impeachment? Donald Trump says he's too successful for that

Impeachment? Donald Trump says he's too successful for that

Trump is seeking $5.6 billion to build it. On Wednesday, during a meeting between the president and Democrats, Trump reportedly said he would "look foolish" if he backed down from his demand. Nei...

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USA jobs report boosts stock market

USA jobs report boosts stock market

The Fed is "prepared to adjust policy quickly and flexibly" to support the economy, he added. In mid-December, the Federal Open Market Committee voted to raise interest rates for the fourth and fina...

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Cooked: Apple shares spiral as investors launch 'securities fraud' lawsuit

Cooked: Apple shares spiral as investors launch 'securities fraud' lawsuit

Apple shares were down 9.8 percent at $142.40. Apple's stock dropped by almost 10 percent once trading resumed. On Wednesday, Apple lowered its revenue forecast to $84 billion for its first quar...

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Stock Market Crash Continues as Apple Stock Plunges

Stock Market Crash Continues as Apple Stock Plunges

But the decline didn't start in the second half of the year, when Apple reported a problem in iPhone sales . The investigation comes after Apple lowered its earnings guidance for its first fi...

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Apple cuts revenue estimates, blames weak iPhone sales, cheap battery replacements

Apple cuts revenue estimates, blames weak iPhone sales, cheap battery replacements

Furthermore, Cook conceded that the revenue from iPhone sales was lower than anticipated. The news sent Apple shares tumbling in after-hours trade and triggered a broader selloff in the stoc...

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RBI scales down printing of ₹2,000 note to minimum: Finance Ministry official

RBI scales down printing of ₹2,000 note to minimum: Finance Ministry official

The share of Rs 2,000 notes in the total currency circulation has experienced a steep decline, from 50.2 percent in March 2017 to 37.3 percent in March 2018. The remaining is in lower denominations. ...

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Passengers fall ill on Florida flight

Passengers fall ill on Florida flight

The travelers all came down with the illness onboard Frontier flight 1397 on Tuesday afternoon. The sick passengers were removed by the time the plane landed at Tampa International Airport. All ot...

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Kansas ranks 5th in nation for people moving from state

Kansas ranks 5th in nation for people moving from state

The company annually tracks migration patterns on a state-by-state basis using data on the household moves it's handled, and it conducts a survey to learn more about the reasons behind the moves. The ...

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World stocks rise on last day of turbulent year

World stocks rise on last day of turbulent year

The Dow Jones Industrial Average declined 5.6 percent. The broad-based S&P 500 advanced 0.9 per cent in the session to 2,506.85, a loss of 6.2 per cent for the year. Market's were closed on Tuesda...

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Christmas tree, O Christmas tree, time to recycle thee

Christmas tree, O Christmas tree, time to recycle thee

These may be collected at different times. The list was compiled last winter as part of the Waste Recycling Ambassadors Campaign , which aims to eliminate confusion over what can and cannot be put ...

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McDonald’s employee attacked by man over a straw. She fought back

McDonald’s employee attacked by man over a straw. She fought back

Brenda Biandudi, who was in the restaurant at the time and captured the incident on video with her cellphone, told WFTS Tampa Bay that the man began screaming as soon as he realized there were no st...

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