Amazon's Ring mandates two-factor authentication after camera intrusions

Amazon engineer calls to shut down Ring doorbells, cameras ‘immediately’ An Amazon engineer is calling to shut down Ring due to privacy concerns with surveillance videos. Amazon home security system Ring made two-factor authentification a requirement rather than an option for all customers starting Tuesday, the company said in a blog post. Continue Reading Below The announcement came after Google-owned home security system Nest said Jan. […]

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Why gold prices topped $1,600 and may soon hit a more than 7-year high

Gold futures surpassed $1,600 an ounce on Tuesday and analysts believe the precious metal has the fuel it needs to climb to its highest level in more than seven years. Gold’s big move on Tuesday “isn’t due to worries over a greater economic fallout from the coronavirus, but rather in anticipation of the flood of central bank stimulus that is […]

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A doctor’s prescription to save patients money, grief and sticker shock

A few weeks ago, Perla Ni went to the Stanford Health Care hospital system for a breast biopsy. Days later she was given the procedure’s price: $143,396.66. I know everything costs more in California, but this was ridiculous. I’ve performed hundreds of those operations. They take about 45 minutes. Like many Americans, Perla is on a high-deductible health plan, so […]

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Bloomberg says ‘enormous cohort’ of black and Latino men ‘don’t know how to behave in the workplace’ in resurfaced 2011 video

Bloomberg overgeneralizing black community: Herman Cain The New Voice CEO and former presidential candidate Herman Cain discusses former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s comments about minorities in the workplace and the black community’s support for President Trump as well as economic growth during his presidency. While promoting a multimillion-dollar initiative to aid minority youth in New York City in […]

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Is Conagra in Trouble After Updated 2020 Guidance?

Conagra Brands Inc. (NYSE: CAG) shares slumped on Tuesday after the firm announced that it would be revising its outlook for fiscal 2020. Ultimately, this was the result of softer than expected category performance during Conagra’s fiscal third quarter, which ends on February 23. The third-quarter consumption declines have affected a wide range of categories across the food industry, including […]

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Coronavirus may ravage technology supply chains

Apple sales target miss due to coronavirus, company says FOX Business’ Susan Li reports Apple took 60 percent off the Dow Jones index due to factory closings during the coronavirus outbreak. Decline is ‘temporary,’ she says. The debt-ratings agency Fitch warned Tuesday that U.S. technology firms could suffer lasting harm from the coronavirus outbreak. Continue Reading Below The firms are among […]

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Trump Says Roger Stone’s Conviction ‘Should Be Thrown Out’

WASHINGTON (AP) — Hours before a court session regarding his longtime ally Roger Stone, President Donald Trump is tweeting that Stone’s recent conviction for witness tampering and lying to Congress “should be thrown out.” The barrage of Tuesday morning tweets comes days after Trump earned a public rebuke from his own attorney general, William Barr, who had said the president’s […]

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Stephen Miller’s Uncle Donates To Pro-Refugee Group As ‘Wedding Gift’ To Nephew

Stephen Miller, the senior White House adviser behind some of the Trump administration’s most hard-line immigration policies, tied the knot over the weekend, and his uncle chose the perfect “wedding gift” to honor the newlyweds: a donation to a refugee advocacy organization. David Glosser, a retired neuropsychologist and Miller’s maternal uncle, on Monday posted a link on Facebook to a […]

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‘Silent melt-up’ in stocks to continue, but switch into value delayed until virus fears recede, strategist says

Apple dropped a big bomb on markets when it announced on Presidents Day that it won’t meet sales targets due to the coronavirus that has ravaged the Chinese economy. Strategists at Credit Suisse said the coronavirus came up at every recent marketing meeting. “In the short term, we suspect that the hit to Chinese GDP could be significantly larger than […]

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