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Target has a new $550 million weapon to defeat Walmart and Amazon

Target has a new $550 million weapon to defeat Walmart and Amazon

Once a customer orders, they send a "shopper" into the store to grab the groceries, and then deliver the items. Wal-Mart, which sells far more groceries, has expanded curbside grocery pickup this year and programs to make home grocery deliveries.


Uber Customer Accidentally Charged $18000 For A 21-Minute Ride

Uber Customer Accidentally Charged $18000 For A 21-Minute Ride

According to Slate , the ride should have cost between $12-$16, and at first, Uber wouldn't even refund him the money. Winnipeg plans to charge vehicle-for-hire services such as Uber and Lyft a three-cent-a-ride surcharge in lieu of requiring drivers for these companies to install shields in their cars.


T Mobile's Layer3 Acquisition Is Scaring The Telecom Space

T Mobile's Layer3 Acquisition Is Scaring The Telecom Space

Layer3 offers cable TV, premium channels, streaming online video and other offerings in Los Angeles, Chicago, Dallas/Fort Worth, Washington, D.C., and Denver, where the company is headquartered. T-Mobile is getting into the paid TV business, with the acquisition of Layer3 TV , a TV tech company, and plans announced to launch its own offering sometime next year.


Ram Setu: Subramaniam Swamy and others comment on the discovery

Ram Setu: Subramaniam Swamy and others comment on the discovery

The promo claims that the structure is not natural but man-made, citing images from a NASA satellite, . The BJP has risen as one to hail the promo, saying it would conclusively settle the questions raised on Hindu religious beliefs by Left-leaning historians under the patronage of the Congress.


Gov't convenes emergency meeting on cryptocurrency speculation

Gov't convenes emergency meeting on cryptocurrency speculation

A copy of bitcoin standing on PC motherboard is seen in this illustration picture, October 26, 2017. The moves are a precaution against rampant speculation in cryptocurrency, particularly Bitcoin, which hit an all-time high last week of 24-thousand dollars per coin before plunging to lower levels.