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Daily Archives: December 26, 2018

‘Hi, my name is ___, and I’m addicted to tech’

BELLEVUE, Wash. (AP) — The young men sit in chairs in a circle in a small meeting room in suburban Seattle and introduce themselves before they speak. It is much like any other 12-step meeting — but with a twist. “Hi, my name is,” each begins. Then something like, “and I’m an internet and tech addict.” The eight who’ve gathered ...

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How to get a summer holiday if you run a small business

“So when we go away, the reality of it is I still have to take my laptop and I’m constantly checking emails and taking phone calls.” The problem with holidays Holidays are notoriously hard for small business owners to take. Making the arrangements necessary to get away for a week or two in summer is simply too difficult, especially for ...

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Bitcoin recovery may continue as it breaks $4,000 again today

CoinDesk analysis Sebastian Sinclair has an analysis of Bitcoin’s (BTC) price movement today posted at 13:32 UTC. Sinclair notes that BTC is over the $ 4,000 level again and appears set to move upwards. However, over the last four days BTC has been trapped within a symmetrical triangle that has limited its range between $ 3,788 and $ 4,153 until ...

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GamesBeat Decides: The Bad Awards

It’s nice to look back and smile at the best games of the year, but let’s be real — we all have more fun being snarky a-holes. With that in mind, the GamesBeat Decides podcast handed out The Bad Awards as part of its GamesBeat Rewind 2018. For this episode, we created a bunch of awa… VentureBeat

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Public sector banks recovery against NPAs doubles this year

NEW DELHI: Public sector banks reported recovery of Rs 60,713 crore against non-performing assets (NPAs) in the first half of the current year, which is double of the amount recovered in the corresponding period last year and more significant returns on high-value accounts are expected, the government has said. In response to a parliamentary question, the finance ministry said following ...

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