Elon Musk once again denied knowing Ghislaine Maxwell, saying she 'photobombed me once' in a widely-shared 2014 photo

Tesla CEO Elon Musk said he doesn't know Ghislaine Maxwell, the alleged madam for disgraced sex offender Jeffrey Epstein, who was arrested Thursday. The pair were photographed at an Oscars afterparty hosted by then-Vanity Fair editor Graydon Carter on March 2, 2014. "Don't know Ghislaine at all. She photobombed me once at a Vanity Fair party several years ago," Musk […]

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What Is Great for Corning Looks Even Better for Apple and Best Buy

If there has been one story within the explosive growth of technology in the past two decades that could stand some improvement, glass probably takes the cake. Still, all these devices come with screens, and many investors have had high hopes for Corning Inc. (NYSE: GLW). While Corning has been diversified across many industries for decades, Citigroup sees the company […]

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Apple AirPods Pro down to just £205 at Laptops Direct – saving £44

EARBUDS are here to stay, and Apple’s AirPods are the most easily recognisable. The Airpods Pro are a more expensive option, but they’re currently cheaper at Laptops Direct. The retailer had the earbuds down to £219 last month, but the new price is even cheaper. Of course it’s not unusual for tech to lower in price the longer it’s available, […]

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McDonald's announces plans to introduce 'rapid charging' for electric vehicles at new UK drive-thrus

A number of quite significant changes are taking place in the automotive sector which could change the types of vehicle people use.  Major players such as Volkswagen are now making big moves in the electric vehicle market.  McDonald's U.K. said Monday that it was planning to install rapid charging points for electric vehicles at new drive-thru restaurants in the country. […]

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American Airlines' decision to sell middle seats shows that the pandemic won't lead to more comfortable flights

At the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, people thought the new world of social distancing meant that the cramped middle airplane seat would become a thing of the past. However, as shown by American Airlines' decision to stop blocking middle seats, it's starting to look like those predictions were wrong. American, United, and other airlines argue that stringent cleaning protocols and mandatory masks on […]

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SEC Charges NAC Foundation, CEO And Lobbyist For Fraudulent ICO

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has charged Nevada-based NAC Foundation, its Chief Executive Officer Marcus Andrade, and political lobbyist Jack Abramoff with conducting a fraudulent, unregistered offering of AML BitCoin. They allegedly repeatedly misled investors into funding non-existent technology. AML BitCoin is a digital asset security the defendants claimed was a new and improved version of bitcoin. It was […]

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South Dakota AG Jason Ravnsborg on significance of Independence Day at Mt Rushmore: 'Looking like a great day'

South Dakota Attorney General on significance of Trump kicking off Independence Day at Mount Rushmore Jason Ravnsborg, South Dakota attorney general, explains on ‘Fox & Friends.’ President Trump's Independence Day event at Mount Rushmore is "looking like a great day," South Dakota Attorney General Jason Ravnsborg said Friday. In an interview on the "Fox & Friends" with host Brian Kilmeade, the Army veteran […]

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The US government's campaign watchdog just went out of commission. Here's what that means for democracy four months before the presidential election.

The Federal Election Commission needs at least four commissioners to enforce and regulate campaign finance laws. It now only has three. It could be weeks, even months before the FEC regains a quorum, leaving Election 2020 without a functioning campaign money watchdog. Basically, don't count on any new rules to crack down on foreign money, secret money, or political ads […]

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