Looking to sell bitcoin? It's complicated
You can learn a lot about yourself by how you trade bitcoin. In my case, I was reminded that my appetite for risk rounds down to zero. On Monday, a little more than a week after buying $100 worth of bitcoin to distract myself at an airport, I decided I ...
Cryptocurrency exchanges Coinbase, Bitfinex downReuters
Large Bitcoin Exchange Says Hackers Are Attacking AgainBloomberg
Bitfinex Down? Cryptocurrency Exchange Hit By DDoS AttackInternational Business Times
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Lyft goes international with Toronto launch
Lyft has officially opened for business in Toronto, its first market outside the U.S. The Canadian expansion was announced last month, and December 12 is the first day of official operations with ride-hailing services available in the city. Lyft ...
Lyft starts Canada service in first international forayReuters
Uber wraps six months of trying to make drivers happy. Are they?USA TODAY
Lyft, Uber's ridesharing rival, launches Toronto serviceToronto Star
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Man charged more than $14k for 20-minute Uber ride: 'I'm no longer laughing'
On the evening of December 8, Hisham Salama took a 20-minute Uber ride to visit a friend at St. Joseph's Hospital in Toronto. The trip, he thought, which was a metered taxi fare rather than the Uber X option, would cost him around $20. However, when he ...
Uber Charged a Guy Nearly $20K for a 20-Minute Ride to the HospitalVICE
Uber Is Sorry For Charging A Rider Over $14000 For A 21-Minute RideJalopnik
Uber Surge Pricing: Passenger Charged Over $14000 For 5-Mile RideInternational Business Times
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Portland Business Journal
Bullseye Glass sues Brown, agencies for $30M in toxic emissions fallout
Portland Business Journal
Bullseye Glass, the company at the center of Portland's toxic air scare last year, said Tuesday it has sued Gov. Kate Brown and other state and local officials and agencies for $30 million, accusing them of unfair and damaging treatment in their ...
Bullseye Glass Sues Oregon Governor, Regulatory AgenciesOPB News
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The Globe and Mail
Trudeau Plans to Buy Used Australian Jets Amid Boeing Spat
The Canadian government says it will pursue buying 18 used Australian F-18 fighter jets to supplement its aging fleet, abandoning plans to buy new Boeing Co. planes because of a trade dispute while preparing a bidding process to find a permanent ...
Aging fighter jets to be replaced in mid-2020s, Liberals will buy used Aussie planes as stopgapCBC.ca
Canada Scraps Plan to Buy 18 Boeing Jets, Warns Firm on Future OrdersNewsmax
Canada puts Boeing on notice over fighter jet auctionFinancial Times
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Dow Jumps Triple Digits as Wall Street Eyes Fed Meeting
U.S. stocks traded mostly higher on Tuesday, Dec. 12, and the Dow Jones Industrial Average jumped triple digits as the Federal Reserve kicked off its two-day policy meeting in Washington amid a backdrop of robust global growth and tepid inflation, a ...
Dow Leads Upside; Fast Traders In IBD 50 Are FallingNasdaq
Dow Leads; Chinese, Chip Leaders Battered; Is Apple Forming A New Base?Investor's Business Daily
Wall Street Ends Higher With Help From Tech, EnergyNew York Times
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A US grocery chain is challenging Amazon in advertising
When Amazon entered the grocery business with the acquisition of Whole Foods this year, it was thought to be a supermarket killer. The grocery business was already facing competition from general retailers like Walmart that operate on larger scales and ...
The Amazon-Whole Foods Deal Is Turning Out to be Good for Delivery StartupsBloomberg
Why Instacart May Be Wal-Mart and Amazon's Biggest RivalMotley Fool
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Facebook responds to former VP who said social media is destroying society
Facebook has taken the unusual step of directly responding to a former employee who recently excoriated the biggest social networks for “ripping apart the social fabric of how society works.” And the company's retort might surprise some people ...
Ex-Facebook exec: Social media is destroying societyThe Mercury News
Facebook bats back after a second former exec accuses it of negatively impacting societyTechCrunch
Facebook says, ignore that guy, we're all grown up nowCNET
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Condé Nast Traveler
JetBlue's New $20 Board Game Comes with a Free Round-Trip Flight
Condé Nast Traveler
While holiday season comes with a lot of perks—food, gifts galore, and wonderfully awful TV movies—sometimes, spending too much time with your family can be less than magical. For that very reason, JetBlue is launching Get Packing!, a travel board ...
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