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Amazon isn't alone in punishing shoppers for too many returns — these are all the companies that track your returns
At least a dozen major retailers are discreetly tracking shoppers' returns and punishing people who are suspected of abusing their return policies. Amazon, Best Buy, Home Depot, and Victoria's Secret among
• Their focus shifts from why they’re writing music to what their music has brought them. Consequently, they are either satisfied with their results and no longer have the drive to write more. Or, they
India is currently dealing with what likely is its biggest bank fraud so far. Companies owned by diamond merchants Nirav Modi and Mehul Choksi are alleged to have swindled Punjab National Bank (PNB) of
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If you’re watching the Super Bowl next to an Amazon Echo this evening, worry not: Alexa won’t accidentally wake up when a 90-second commercial all about her plays during the game. That’s because Amazon
Apple employees are moving into their new $5 billion headquarters, Apple Park. The building in Apple's Cupertino, California hometown will eventually hold 12,000 employees in a giant ring-shaped building
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Michael Bloomberg, business magnate and former mayor of New York, is bringing together two of his greatest obsessions: cities and data. Bloomberg Philanthropies, his charitable foundation, named the inaugural
No-commission stock trading app Robinhood will let you buy and sell Bitcoin and Ethereum without any added transaction fees starting in February, compared to Coinbase’s 1.5 to 4 percent fees in the US.
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Elon Musk is at it again, making bold announcements that can't help but draw attention. This time around, it has to do with his tenure as Tesla's CEO and the unveiling of his astonishing CEO pay package.
For young Indians, traditional ways of saving money such as low-yield bank bonds and gold are no longer attractive. Instead, the allure of higher returns in a short time period is prompting them to explore
• The United Kingdom smashed almost every record there is for renewable energy in 2017. Wind power alone now generates twice as much electricity as coal. • The annual murder rate in the United States by
• Bank of America Merrill Lynch has identified a series of thresholds that need to be breached in order for the market to see a correction.• The indicators in question include GDP, wage inflation, 10-year