Will Best Buy Survive the Retail Apocalypse?

Acquiring Best Buy would be a smart and logical move for Amazon.

Best Buy’s 1,026 stores would give Amazon a brick and mortar footprint for pickup and delivery. Those stores would serve as ideal locations for people to see and test Amazon merchandise and get familiar with new Amazon products such as Echo, Amazon TV, Kindle, and Fire. Best Buy could serve as Amazon’s answer to the Apple Store.

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Loftium’s Airbnb Mortgage Scheme raises serious Ethical and Legal Questions

It sounds as if Loftium has crossed the often thin line between entrepreneurship and exploitation.

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Do Railroads Make Money at CSX Corporation?

CSX is the largest rail operator in the Eastern United States; it is also the successor to some historic rail operators including; the Pennsylvania Railroad, the Seaboard Airline, the Baltimore and Ohio, and the New York Central. This puts CSX in a great position because it serves many of America’s largest cities including’ New York, Atlanta, Chicago, Tampa, Detroit, Cleveland, Philadelphia, Richmond, Pittsburgh, Buffalo, Columbus, Boston, and Miami, and 70 ports.

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TenX Visa Scheduled to shut down on October 16

“Cardholders outside the European territory who; for whatever reason, haven’t yet activated their cards, will not be able to do so. Their WaveCrest-issued TenX cards are now just cool souvenirs.”

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What Bernie’s Medicare for all would do, and Why Bernie Care Now?

U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders (I-Vermont) “Medicare for All” proposal has gone from a fringe issue to a Democratic mainstay. Support

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You can now Use Food Stamps to Pay for Online Grocery Orders

Walmart is actually testing the use of Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits to pay for online grocery orders at a few stores, CNBC reported. SNAP is popularly known as food stamps but recipients usually pay with a card through electronic benefits transfer (EBT).

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How you can invest in Hyperloop One’s Global Challenge

If you want to invest in Hyperloop, AECOM is the best choice; because it is already working with the technology, and making money right now. That way you can invest to take advantage of Hyperloop without taking a serious risk.

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New Payment Solution Taps Real-Time Machine Learning

The Simplex system is designed to maximize conversion and minimize losses by using real-time machine-learning to approve every transaction. The hope is that Simplex’s AI algorithms learn what fraud transactions look like and shut them down before they occur.

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Is Equifax Making Money?

Equifax has all the characteristics of a neat-little value investment, save one; it is grossly overpriced. My take is that EFX is still overpriced at $94.47 a share and it will drop a lot further.

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UPS Deploys First Daimler Electric Trucks

The eCanter trucks can move 62 miles (100 kilometers) on a charge of juice, which makes them an ideal urban delivery solution. The price of that power is still pretty high – it will cost around $180 to $200 a kilowatt hour to keep the eCanters on the road. 

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