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Daily Archives: July 4, 2018

Senior management’s security hypocrisy on show

<img class="alignright size-img-medium wp-image-775290" src="×225.jpe" alt="Meter Hypocrisy " width="370" height="225" srcset="×225.jpe 370w,×230.jpeg 380w,×149.jpeg 245w,×169.jpeg 277w,… diginomica

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Fiat Sales Continue To Implode

The Fiat division of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV, continues to post a sharp drop in sales, begging the question of why the brand is sold in the U.S. at all. In June sales dropped 36% to 1,426. For the first half, sales declined 44% to 8,285. Across the four cars Fiat markets, sales of each dropped in June. The base ...

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OpenStreetMap now lets you edit maps with Microsoft’s Bing Streetside imagery

OpenStreetMap (OSM), the crowdsourced mapping project that lets anyone update and edit online maps, has announced that it now supports Bing Streetside imagery in its online iD editor. This represents a notable development for OSM, which is one of the internet’s major online mapping platforms, alongside Google Maps, TomTom, and Here. For context, OSM doesn’t garner the same kind of ...

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Who Will Get MoviePass Assets If It Goes Out Of Business?

Things at movie ticket sales agent MoviePass has been sick, financially, and based on a new SEC filing will probably get worse, if that is possible. Despite some success it has had getting subscribers, it may run out of money soon. That leaves open who the possible buyers of its assets might be. Parent Helios and Matheson Analytics (NASDAQ: HMNY) ...

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CEO of LaCroix maker sued for unwanted touching

The CEO of the company behind LaCroix sparkling water has been sued by two former pilots who say the company’s top executive subjected them to unwanted sexual touching on multiple occasions. The two male pilots filed separate lawsuits in Florida against Nicholas Caporella, the 82-year-old CEO of Corporate Management Advisors Inc. Caporella’s company operates National Beverage Corp., w… Latest stock ...

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Why July Is a Risky Month for Drug Price Backlash

Less than two months after its unveiling, President Donald Trump’s plan to lower prescription drug prices is up for a big test. Investors aren’t particularly worried since it stopped short of calling for Medicare to directly negotiate prices with individual drug companies. What is more, the Trump administration has been rolling the plan out at a deliberate pace. But… … ...

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Here's what every president's signature looks like

Getty; Wikipedia; Jenny Cheng/Business Insider Each US president’s signature appears on thousands of documents from their terms in office, including letters, <a href="… Business Insider

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That Promise Didn’t Last Long: AT&T Raises DirecTV Streaming Price

When AT&T Inc. (NYSE: T) was battling the U.S. Department of Justice over the proposed acquisition of Time Warner, the company told the court that the $ 85 billion merger was likely to lower prices for AT&T’s DirecTV customers. Less than a month ago the judge in the case approved the merger, the deal was completed June 14, and last ...

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