Facebook says Instagram is not ‘toxic for teens,’ despite damning WSJ report
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Facebook says Instagram is not ‘toxic for teens,’ despite damning WSJ report

Facebook responded almost two weeks after The Wall Street Journal reported Instagram was making body image problems worse for one third of teenage
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China asks local officials to prepare for 'possible storm' if Evergrande fails, WSJ says

According to the Wall Street Journal, Chinese authorities have instructed local officials that Evergrande, a heavily indebted property developer,
McDonalds' Always-Broken McFlurry Machines Get FTC's Attention
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McDonalds' Always-Broken McFlurry Machines Get FTC's Attention

We've all been there. Pulling up at McDonald's late at night to get a McFlurry only to find that the machine has failed again. The Federal Trade
Researchers Are About to Infect Humans With Home-Grown COVID Strain
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Researchers Are About to Infect Humans With Home-Grown COVID Strain

Image by Getty/Futurism Studies Officials and researchers from the UK are planning to infect humans with the coronavirus delta variant on purpose.
Hacker claims responsibility for T-Mobile attack, bashes the carrier’s security
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Hacker claims responsibility for T-Mobile attack, bashes the carrier’s security

According to a Wall Street Journal report, a person claiming to have been behind the T-Mobile data breach has spoken out to expose his identity and
After Killing Department Stores, Amazon Now Plans to Make Department Stores
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After Killing Department Stores, Amazon Now Plans to Make Department Stores

They might do this for one simple reason: Data collection. Brick-and-Mortar Amazon Stores Amazon plans to open large physical stores similar to
Go read this story of tech workers who secretly work multiple remote jobs
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Go read this story of tech workers who secretly work multiple remote jobs

Journalists and other technical professionals are able to have a side business or freelance work. One may have a job as an editor and write articles
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Unemployment declining faster in states that are cutting off $300 enhanced federal benefits, according to WSJ

According to the WSJ, unemployment is falling faster in states that have ended federal weekly $300 benefits. Missouri has ended federal enhanced
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Unemployment declining faster in states that are cutting off $300 enhanced federal benefits, according to WSJ

Kansas City, Missouri. Shutterstock.com According to the WSJ, unemployment is falling faster in states that have ended federal weekly $300 benefits.