Best Buy cuts store jobs to help boost profits

video Fox Business Flash top headlines for August 12 Check out what’s clicking on FoxBusiness.com. Best Buy Co. is cutting store jobs across the country, as the electronics and appliance retailer works to lower costs as its customers change their spending habits. The retailer cut hundreds of jobs in stores over the past week, including some workers who do jobs […]

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The billion-dollar implosion behind Milklab, your barista’s favourite almond milk

By Jessica Yun They’re the slick orange-and-white cartons that have become a mainstay in Australian coffee culture. Championed by baristas, chosen by McDonald’s, Starbucks and Muffin Break, and beloved by lactose-avoiding consumers, Milklab’s plant-based products are a common sight in cafes across the nation. But few coffee drinkers would know that Milklab’s manufacturer is at the centre of one of […]

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Today’s mortgage rates: Look to shorter terms to save | August 12, 2022

Check out the mortgage rates for August 12, 2022, which are up from yesterday. (Credible) Based on data compiled by Credible, mortgage refinance rates have risen across all terms since yesterday. 30-year fixed-rate refinance: 5.375%, up from 4.990%, +0.385 20-year fixed-rate refinance: 5.250%, up from 4.875%, +0.375 15-year fixed-rate refinance: 5.000%, up from 4.750%, +0.250 10-year fixed-rate refinance: 5.000%, up […]

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How to get Ash's Dracovish in Pokémon Sword and Shield | The Sun

AS part of a collaboration between the Pokémon games and the Pokémon anime, Ash’s Dracovish will be able to be downloaded in Pokémon Sword and Shield. Here’s everything you need to know about this event Pokémon. What is Ash’s Dracovish? Ash’s Dracovish is a version of the Water/Dragon type Pokémon Dracovish that Ash uses in the anime. It will have […]

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NBN to scrap controversial usage charges, but telcos urge caution

NBN Co is proposing to slash prices on high-speed internet plans in an effort to win over the telecommunications sector and the federal government, which wants broadband to be affordable for all customers. Communications Minister Michelle Rowland urged the company in charge of the national broadband network last month to go back to the drawing board, deeming an initial regulatory […]

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How facial recognition went from bad TV to Big Brother

(CNN Business)Over the past few years, a number of cities and some states enacted rules banning or restricting local police use of facial-recognition software. Now, in a handful of locations around the country, the controversial technology is making a comeback. The city of New Orleans, which in 2020 passed an ordinance banning its police department from using facial-recognition software, decided […]

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