Angry publishers and resigned advertisers: Facebook’s facing an ‘untimely black eye’ following an ad fraud lawsuit

Facebook is on the back foot. Again. On Tuesday, a group of small advertisers added a complaint to a two-year lawsuit accusing Facebook of not reporting measurement problems for more than a year. The group claims that Facebook misreported an error in counting time spent watching videos. While Facebook apologized in 2016 for measuring a…

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A hyperloop in Missouri? A new study says it’s feasible, but not necessarily affordable

Is a hyperloop in the US feasible? Skeptics doubt whether the futuristic transportation system can ever become a reality, but a new study supported by Virgin Hyperloop One finds many possible benefits of a high-speed route between St. Louis and Kansas City. A coalition of Missouri business leaders and government agencies joined with the Los…

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Can Burger King’s ‘Nightmare King’ Really Give You Bad Dreams?

A new, limited-time-only burger at Burger King has a peculiar selling point: It’s supposed to give you nightmares. Yes, Burger King’s Halloween-themed “Nightmare King” burger is allegedly “clinically proven” to induce nightmares, according to a press release from the company. But in reality, the study the burger chain commissioned to find out if the green-bunned…

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