After pushback from states and cities, Amazon Go might accept cash – Ars Technica

According to CNBC, Amazon executive Steve Kessel told employees at a recent all-hands meeting that the company’s brick-and-mortar, cashier-less Amazon Go stores would start accepting “additional payment mechanisms” to combat charges of discrimination. An Amazon spokesperson later told CNBC that those additional mechanisms included accepting cash. “You’ll check out, pay with cash, and then get…

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FBI Alerted After Drunk Airline Passenger Urinated On Woman’s Luggage – The Daily Caller

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Avon, After Breakup, Explores Deal That Would Put It Back Together – The Wall Street Journal

Three years after splitting itself apart, Avon Products Inc. has been considering a deal that would put the company back together, according to a person familiar with the matter. Amid continuing sales struggles, directors of the cosmetics company have discussed a sale to Brazilian rival Natura & Co., the person said. The talks include a…

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After Earnings It’s Time to Get a Little Cautious on General Electric – Motley Fool

General Electric’s (NYSE:GE) stock is up around 35% in 2019 at the time of writing, and its valuation has risen to a level where a certain amount of optimism is built into its prospects. That’s not a problem in itself — but unfortunately, the company’s recent fourth-quarter earnings release and the accompanying management commentary arguably…

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IBM Jumps After Q4 Earnings, Cloud-Focused Outlook Following $34 Bn Red Hat Deal – TheStreet.com

IBM Corp. (IBM) shares were indicated sharply higher in pre-market trading Wednesday after the iconic software firm posted stronger-than-expected fourth quarter earnings and said it recent acquisition of Red Hat Inc. (RHT) would help boost cloud computing sales in 2019. IBM said adjusted earnings for the three months ending in December came in at $4.87…

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After its worst year ever, Facebook hands out free hot chocolate and security tips – CNN

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After brawl with activist investor Elliott, Athenahealth is selling for a lower price

What makes a deal a good deal? For Athenahealth Inc., it’s all about perspective. The health-care technology company is being acquired for $135 per outstanding share, or a total value of about $5.7 billion, Athenahealth ATHN, +9.66% confirmed on Monday. That’s a major reduction from the $160-per-share bid that one of the acquiring parties, hedge-fund…

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After less than four years, Amazon’s business supplies site is on pace to pass $10 billion a year

Amazon Business, the company’s marketplace that sells business supplies to corporate buyers, is on pace to generate more than $10 billion in sales volume this year, a significant milestone for a service that officially launched just three years ago. Amazon revealed the new sales projection in a blog post Tuesday, highlighting the fact that “millions…

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