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Companies can track your phone’s movements to target ads

Enlarge Qilai Shen | Bloomberg | Getty Images Google and Apple have taken steps this year they say will help users shield themselves from hundreds of

Business

5 Strange Things Happening Right Now In The Atlantic Hurricane Season

The Atlantic hurricane season was expected to be a busy one, and it has held true to form. However, the things that I am observing right now are even

Economy

Saga plc eyes a £150 million boost to capital amidst COVID-19

Saga plc eyes a £150 million boost to capital amidst COVID-19. Former CEO, Roger De Haan to become Saga's non-executive chairman. The British insurer is

Technology

A fond farewell to the weird and wonderful Nintendo DS

Enlarge Aurich Lawson In December 2004, my boyfriend showed up at my apartment door carrying a box. "I brought you a present!" he said, clearly excited.

Business

Right To Repair Or An Automotive Safety Threat?

Data is critical to diagnosing vehicle repair. Should independent and aftermarket repair shops have ... [+] access to telematics data if it opens a

General News

Ethiopia files terrorism charges against leading opposition activist

FILE PHOTO: Jawar Mohammed, an Oromo activist and leader of the Oromo protest speaks during a Reuters interview at his house in Addis AbabaMore ADDIS ABABA

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Iran’s Rouhani says US faces defeat in bid to reimpose UN sanctions

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Trump has approved a deal between Walmart, Oracle and TikTok so the app won't be banned

President Donald Trump said he has approved a bid by Oracle and Walmart to take over TikTok's U.S. operations in a move that would mean the app beloved by

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Patio heaters won’t cut it. What will it take for restaurants to survive winter?

The warm season is almost over, and Larry McCabe, owner of Pazzo Taverna & Pizzeria in Stratford, Ont., says his restaurant’s bottom line is already

Economy

Ashmore Group says its full-year revenue saw a 5% annualised growth

Ashmore Group says its full-year revenue saw a 5% annualised growth. The British firm reports £221.5 million of pre-tax profit in fiscal 2020. The