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Google critics pushed out by think tank launch independent group...
A group of antitrust experts has launched their own independent organization after they were pushed out of the New America think tank two weeks following criticisms of Google.
By earlybird on 2017-09-13 19:37 UTC
Silicon Valley Elites Now Trying To Put Bodegas Out Of Business - Twitter Erupts...
Two former Google employees are trying to make Bodegas a thing of the past with their startup, according to Fast Company. The startup -- called Bodega -- sets up unmanned five-foot wide pantry boxes in apartments, offices, dorms or gyms. The boxes contain products that are non-perishable. The
By earlybird on 2017-09-13 19:32 UTC
There's Blood In The Water In Silicon Valley...
The new corporate leviathans that used to be seen as bright new avatars of American innovation are increasingly portrayed as sinister new centers of unaccountable power, a transformation likely to have major consequences for the industry and for American politics.

That turn has accelerated in recent
By earlybird on 2017-09-13 19:27 UTC, Edited: 2017-09-13 19:33 UTC
BLUE APRON CEO: We don't want to compete with Amazon or Whole Foods...
The meal-delivery CEO is still optimistic in the face of steep competition from the world's largest monopoly - Amazon
By earlybird on 2017-09-13 19:20 UTC
Bendezu delivered LIEBHERR LHM 150 from Poland to Portugal - port.today...
Bendezu Port Equipment GmbH has recently delivered a mobile harbour crane LIEBHERR LHM 150 from Poland to its customer in Portugal.
By PortToday on 2017-09-13 12:12 UTC
Google Appeals Record EU Antitrust Fine...
Alphabet Inc.'s Google on Monday filed an appeal of the European Union's record EUR2.42 billion ($2.91 billion) antitrust fine against the company for allegedly abusing the power of its dominant search engine, setting up a legal battle that could
By viper1 on 2017-09-11 16:19 UTC
COSCO ship passed Northern Sea Route and called at Bronka Port - port.today...
Bronka Port (Russia) welcomed OSCOs dry cargo carrier LIAN HUA SONG that passed from China to Russia along the Northern Sea Route (NSR) for the first time
By PortToday on 2017-09-11 09:12 UTC
Average call size at global ports grows 12.6% - port.today...
The analysis of IHS Markit demonstrates a 12.6% rise in average call size in the first quarter of 2017 as compared to Q1 2016, up to 1,076 containers.
By PortToday on 2017-09-08 15:38 UTC
Brazil’s large container terminal is acquired by China Merchants Port - port.today...
China Merchants Port signed the purchase agreement with TCP Participaes to acquire a 90% stake in TCP, JV that operates the Paranagu port in Brazil.
By PortToday on 2017-09-06 11:08 UTC
Technology is already eliminating driver jobs — here's how to trade it...
Given time, the economy will sort it out, but meanwhile people will experience real painand political leaders will have to find appropriate responses.
By rjx32 on 2017-09-06 00:28 UTC
Paceco to deliver RTGs for rail operations in Klaipeda - port.today...
PACECO, a Spanish supplier of cranes and services for container handling, agreed with Klaipedos Konteineriu Terminalas, Lithuania, to deliver 2 RTGs.
By PortToday on 2017-09-05 12:01 UTC
Cryptocurrencies Have Rebounded Slightly After 20% Drop...
Cryptocurrencies have rebounded, following a decline linked to a Chinese government crackdown on ICOs. Will digital assets ultimately benefit from greater scrutiny?
By rjx32 on 2017-09-05 00:18 UTC
FESCO unique heavy cargo logistic project - port.today...
FESCO delivers 2 giant hydraulic turbine wheels of the Power Machines Corporation to the Krasnoyarsk hydroelectric power plant via the Northern Sea Route.
By PortToday on 2017-09-04 16:15 UTC
China’s biggest automated container port to start in December 2017 - port.today...
In December, the Yangshan automated container port in Shanghai will start operating 7 new berths, boosting Shanghais annual capacity up to 40 mln TEU.
By PortToday on 2017-09-04 16:14 UTC
Best Buy Apologizes For Selling $42 Packs of Water While CNBC Asks If Disaster Capitalism Is So Bad...
Did you see those packs of water being sold at a Best Buy store in Houston for as much as $42 per pack? The photos went viral as an example of predatory price-gouging in the wake of Hurricane Harvey. But the company is now apologizing and saying it was al
By ceres on 2017-08-30 14:01 UTC
Dunkin’ Donuts wants to leave a doughnut-sized hole in its name...
Dunkin' Donuts, locked in a popularity contest with Starbucks and independent coffeehouses, may change its name to Dunkin. They already stopped making Donuts on site and now their Donuts taste like chemicals, taste stale or old. Good luck even getting any donuts depending on the time of day. What a
By Anonymous Submission on 2017-08-29 20:46 UTC
Cheaper avocados at Whole Foods? Millennials can have their toast and own a home, too!...
As Amazon took over Whole Foods on Monday, and lowered prices on items across the grocery chain’s stores, it may have singe-handedly made it easier for millennials to purchase a home. That’s the popular refrain on Twitter anyway, as smart alec
By viper1 on 2017-08-28 18:38 UTC
Why Your 401K Is A Scam!...
When I recently wrote that 401k plans were a scam, manypeople wrote very nice emails to me saying I verified their own private concerns.
By Anonymous Submission on 2017-08-23 14:00 UTC
Netflix Co-Founders Crazy Plan: Pay $10 a Month, Go to the Movies All You Want...
MoviePass wants to subsidize your film habit, letting you go to the theater once a day for about the price of a single ticket.
By viper1 on 2017-08-15 20:04 UTC
Bitcoin breaks cryptocurrency records as valuation passes $4,000...
If you bought a single Bitcoin in 2009, it would have cost you pennies. Today, that same cryptocurrency is worth upwards of $4,000 per coin, breaking all sorts of records and continuing to cement it as the king of crypto. The post Bitcoin breaks cryptocur
By viper1 on 2017-08-14 18:39 UTC
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