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By: on November 20, 2016
© AP Photo/Eric Risberg, File A file picture of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg at the F8 Facebook Developer Conference in San Francisco. Mark Zuckerberg lays out Facebook's plan to tackle fake news CNBC.com staff  MSN Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg Friday laid out the latest steps by his company to weed out fake news, amid growing criticism over the possible impact misinformation on the social network had on swaying the U.S. presidential election outcome.  The company has found itsel...
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By: on November 16, 2016
© REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson A security camera is seen over the door of Snapchat's headquarters in Venice Snapchat files for one of the biggest tech IPOs in years: sources By Lauren Hirsch and Liana B. Baker  MSN   Snapchat has filed for an initial public offering, sources familiar with the situation said on Tuesday, which puts the messaging app a step closer to the biggest U.S. stock market debut since 2014. The Venice, California-based company could go public as soon as March and ...
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By: on May 24, 2016
Boeing and VietJet ink $11.3B U.S. aircraft deal Kevin McCoy, USA TODAY 4:25 p.m. EDT May 23, 2016 USA TODAY | 2016-05-23T09:29:32.6200000 Boeing (BA) and VietJet on Monday finalized an $11.3 billion order for the Vietnamese airline to buy 100 of the U.S. aircraft manufacturing giant's jets, the largest purchase of its kind in Vietnam aviation history. Signed in conjunction with President Obama's visit to Vietnam, the deal provides a financial boost to Boeing, which in January said...
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By: on May 23, 2016
Obama lifts arms ban in his first visit to Vietnam By FOSTER KLUG, Associated Press MSN HANOI, Vietnam — U.S. President Barack Obama on Monday lifted a decades-old arms export embargo for Vietnam during his first visit to the communist country, looking to bolster a government seen as a crucial, though flawed partner even as he pushes for better human rights from the one-party state. Obama announced the full removal of the embargo at a news conference, saying the move was int...
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By: on May 1, 2016
© Tannis Toohey via Getty Images Starbucks Grande Iced Nonfat Latte. For Dish column. May 16, 2011 TANNIS TOOHEY/TORONTO STAR (Photo by Tannis Toohey/Toronto Star via Getty Images) Tannis Toohey via Getty Images Woman Files $5 Million Lawsuit Against Starbucks For Putting Too Much Ice In Her Drinks Nina Golgowski MSN An Illinois woman is reportedly suing Starbucks for $5 million over the amount of ice it puts in customers' drinks. Stacy Pincus accuses the coffee chain o...
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By: on April 28, 2016
County health officials are investigating an outbreak of salmonellosis – an infection caused by Salmonella bacteria — associated with a International District bistro. As of Wednesday, four people from three separate meal parties became ill after eating at 663 Bistro, at 663 S. Weller St. in Seattle, county health officials said. The people ate there between March 11 and April 8. One was hospitalized. Laboratory testing has indicated that three of the cases are infected with the same...
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By: on April 26, 2016
Photo Credit View Stock/View Stock/Getty Images How Is White Rice Healthy for Our Body? Sharon Perkins LIVESTRONG.COM White rice is a staple food for many Asian countries, serving as a main food source for over half the world’s population, according to Utah State University Extension Agent Jana Darrington. White rice, which has been refined, has the husk, bran and germ layers removed, so just the white inner kernel remains. Removing the outer layers removes much of the n...
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