Target pays out $7.4 million in California waste suit – Fox News

The district attorney’s office alleged that throughout 2012 and 2014, Target “unlawfully disposed” of 2,038 hazardous waste items, 175 items containing confidential medical information and 94 items deemed medical waste. Target has reached a $7.4 million lawsuit with the state of California over allegations that the company improperly dumped hazardous materials between 2012 and 2016.…

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Quip raises another $40 million for dental care products and services – TechCrunch

Quip, the dental care startup that got its start selling electric toothbrushes directly to consumers, has raised $40 million. The money comes in the form of equity and debt financing, with about half of the funding coming in an equity deal lead by Sherpa Capital and the other half in debt financing from Triplepoint Capital. “I…

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Man who bought $1 million Mega Millions winner in Iowa already had a ticket. ‘Something’ told him to buy another.

CLOSE ‘I have been extremely blessed’ Iowa woman wins $343.9 Million Powerball Zachary Boyden-Holmes, DesMoines Bob Hollenback, of Milan, Illinois, won $1 million in a Mega Millions drawing. (Photo: Special to the Register) When Bob Hollenback walked into a Hy-Vee gas station in Davenport last month, he already had a lottery ticket for the $1.537 billion Mega Million drawing. However, “something just…

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Durham wins $1 million in Bloomberg’s US mayors challenge

By Yesenia Jones, WRAL.com intern Durham, N.C. — The city of Durham will receive $1 million after it won a national competition for coming up with ways to confront the toughest problems facing U.S. municipalities. Former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg on Monday announced the news as part of the Bloomberg Philanthropies U.S. Mayors Challenge.…

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Facebook Says 14 Million Accounts Had Broad Array Of Personal Data Stolen

Saturday, October 13, 2018 Camila Domonoske / NPR Facebook has confirmed that millions of users did in fact have personal data accessed during a serious security breach disclosed late last month. Initially, the social media giant estimated that 50 million accounts were affected by the hack but said it was not clear whether any information…

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More than $750 million sitting in Powerball, Mega Millions jackpots. Here are key decisions if you win

You also get to decide whether to take an immediate lump sum or spread your winnings across several decades. Either way, Uncle Sam will take 24 percent before it reaches you. For the $470 million Mega Millions jackpot, the cash option is $265 million. For the $282 million Powerball jackpot, it’s $161.1 million. The 24…

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There’s nearly $550 million in Powerball, Mega Millions jackpots — here are mistakes for winners to avoid

For both Powerball and Mega Millions, winners get anywhere from three or six months to one year to claim their prize, depending on where the winning ticket was purchased. In other words, there’s no need to rush over to lottery headquarters the day you win. “The time between the day you win the lottery and…

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GM recalls 1 million pickup trucks, SUVs that could suffer steering malfunction

The 2015 Chevrolet Silverado 1500. (Photo: Jim Haefner) General Motors is recalling more than 1 million full-size pickups and large SUVs that could suffer a steering malfunction leading to crashes. GM said it had identified 30 crashes, two injuries and no deaths connected to the defect. The recall covers certain 2015 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 and GMC 1500…

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