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Uber likely not alone in paying off hackers – Press Herald
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Press Herald Uber likely not alone in paying off hackersPress HeraldIt may have been the most arresting detail in a story full of them: Not only did Uber allow hackers to make off with the personal data of 57 million customers and drivers, but the ride-hailing company also paid those same criminals $100,000 to delete […]

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Domino's, Ford to test driverless pizza delivery in Ann Arbor – Detroit Free Press
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Detroit Free Press Domino's, Ford to test driverless pizza delivery in Ann ArborDetroit Free PressANN ARBOR — Soon, the pizza you order from Domino's might show up in a Ford Fusion hybrid without a driver. Domino's and Ford will begin testing the concept today in Ann Arbor, where Domino's is based, to see whether customers […]

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Krispy Kreme rising to occasion of eclipse – Press Herald
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Press Herald Krispy Kreme rising to occasion of eclipsePress HeraldThe rare appearance of a total solar eclipse sweeping across America on Aug. 21 promises to cast millions of people in temporary darkness, practically guaranteeing the event will become a social media phenomena.Krispy Kreme's new 'eclipse' donut, Archibald's ribs top AL.com business newsAL.com Krispy Kreme will […]

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US Farmers Slam Trump's Cuba Clampdown, Press Forward With Trade Visit – U.S. News & World Report
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U.S. News & World Report US Farmers Slam Trump's Cuba Clampdown, Press Forward With Trade VisitU.S. News & World ReportFILE PHOTO – A man lowers the Cuban flag while standing amidst flagposts installed outside the U.S. embassy in Havana, December 18, 2015. REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini Reuters. By Karl Plume. CHICAGO (Reuters) – U.S. farm groups criticized …The […]

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Supreme Court: GM can't avoid defective ignition-switch lawsuits – Detroit Free Press
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Detroit Free Press Supreme Court: GM can't avoid defective ignition-switch lawsuitsDetroit Free PressGeneral Motors can no longer avoid lawsuits from potential victims of ignition-switch defects that came before its bankruptcy because the U.S. Supreme Court has rejected the automaker's appeal of a lower court ruling. The U.S. Supreme Court declined to …High court turns away GM […]

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