• The Best Pi Day Food Deals Of 2019
The Best Pi Day Food Deals Of 2019

Deals will be available across Jacksonville in all participating locations, including the St Johns Town Center. Villa Italian Kitchen: Snag a coupon for a $3.14 whole cheese Neapolitan pie. The 3.14 inspired pie is available in store and online until May 14 and comes in two sizes - a five-inch personal pie and 10-inch. Download the Blaze Piz...

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  • 2 top Facebook executives depart the company
2 top Facebook executives depart the company

The change reflects Facebook's changing audience and continued problems with serving as a conduit for misinformation and vitriol. In his blog post , Zuckerberg said that Cox had told him several years ago that he planned to move on, but that Cox chose to hold off on leaving until the company made more progress combating misinformation and Russ...

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  • China lifts Tesla Model 3 import suspension
China lifts Tesla Model 3 import suspension

With that big of trivia out of the way, the Model Y is expected to be largely based on the Model 3 . Musk also said the Model Y will be powered by the same battery as the Model 3 . "There was a time when electric cars seemed very stupid and it wasn't that long ago", Musk told the audience. Musk has promised an easier production ramp of ...

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  • Grounded Boeing 737 MAX planes showing up in Windsor
Grounded Boeing 737 MAX planes showing up in Windsor

Former NTSB investigator Jeff Guzzetti claimed the investigation of the black boxes should have happened much sooner, and the fact that it didn't is 'negligent in my view'. Its stock is down about 11 per cent since the crash, wiping more than $US26 billion off its market value. Investigators looking into the Indonesian crash are examining whether...

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  • S&P, Nasdaq futures extend gains after inflation data
S&P, Nasdaq futures extend gains after inflation data

Another big loss in Boeing pulled the Dow Jones Industrial Average lower for the second day running. Authorities in Ethiopia, China and Indonesia have grounded all Boeing 737 Max 8 aircraft. The April gold contract ended up US$7 at US$1,298.10 an ounce and the May copper contract was up three cents at US$2.93 a pound. The S&P 500 and Nasd...

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  • Opec stresses need for 2019 oil supply cuts
Opec stresses need for 2019 oil supply cuts

American benchmark West Texas Intermediate was at $58.44 a barrel at the same time, posting almost a 0.2 percent increase, after ending the previous session at $58.34 per barrel. USA crude oil exports have also increased as domestic production has risen. Forecasts slowed United States production to a record of 13 million barrels per day (bps) unt...

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  • Facebook, Instagram down Wednesday: Facebook blames server configuration for longest-ever outage
Facebook, Instagram down Wednesday: Facebook blames server configuration for longest-ever outage

On Thursday, one of Facebook's underrecognised competitors, Telegram , said that it added three million new users in the last 24 hours. In November, a Facebook outage was attributed to a server problem, and a September disruption was said to be the result of "networking issues".

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  • Score pie deals on National Pi Day
Score pie deals on National Pi Day

It appears all over mathematics and is approximately equal to 3.14. Pi is typically expressed in shorthand as 3.14, which explains why it's celebrated on March 14. Just bring a coupon with you and enjoy. Lucky for Canadians, one of those spots is Pizza Pizza. Want a pizza pie? The 2019 Pi Day deal is available for in-store orders only, wh...

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  • Ethiopian Airlines crash: Pilots of doomed Boeing 737 Max reported control problems
Ethiopian Airlines crash: Pilots of doomed Boeing 737 Max reported control problems

By banning Max 8 and 9 models of the aircraft from flying in the USA, the FAA has thrown a major logistical challenge at American and Southwest Airlines , which are the two biggest users of the plane. About two-thirds of the Boeing 737-Max 8, the company's newest plane, were pulled from service within two days of Sunday's crash . The causes...

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  • Over 80,000 Honda vehicles recalled across Canada
Over 80,000 Honda vehicles recalled across Canada

More than two dozen deaths globally have been linked to Takata inflators. The airbag recalls continue as the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has revealed Acura and Honda will recall 1,108,939 vehicles to replace an air bag inflator which was created to fix a previous Takata recall .

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  • No-deal Brexit would see United Kingdom drop tariffs on most imports
No-deal Brexit would see United Kingdom drop tariffs on most imports

The Bank of England has estimated that inflation could rise from around 2 percent now to nearly 7 percent within months of a disorderly "no-deal" Brexit. First, a new vote on whether to leave with no deal - which is hugely unpopular with MPs. German EU affairs minister Michael Roth, called it "a far-reaching compromise".

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  • Infiniti to withdraw from Europe next year
Infiniti to withdraw from Europe next year

Two Infinitis are built in the United Kingdom - the Q30 and QX30 hatchbacks - alongside assembly lines for the Nissan Juke and Qashqai SUVs and Leaf electric auto. It will still have a presence in terms of service, maintenance and warranty repairs, although it's unclear if they'll be Infiniti-branded centers or something else.

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  • Facebook Drops Elizabeth Warren’s Anti-Big Tech Campaign Ad
Facebook Drops Elizabeth Warren’s Anti-Big Tech Campaign Ad

They've bulldozed competition, used our private information for profit, and tilted the playing field against everyone else. Stone said the ads appeared to have been removed automatically, and pointed to dozens of Warren campaign ads about her proposal that didn't use the Facebook logo and were unaffected.

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  • Elon Musk's late-night announcement to raise prices and reopen some stores
Elon Musk's late-night announcement to raise prices and reopen some stores

Now, however, the company has backtracked, saying in a blog post that it has taken a close look at each of its stores and realized it makes more sense to keep majority open. Musk on February 19 tweeted to his more than 24 million Twitter followers that Tesla would make around 500,000 cars in 2019. The tweets initiated an investigation into whet...

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  • Nvidia closes in on Mellanox deal in data center push
Nvidia closes in on Mellanox deal in data center push

The purported $7 billion acquisition of Mellanox would be NVIDIA's largest acquisition ever, and would see the GPU giant bolster its business of making various chips for the datacenter. Mellanox will play a role in Nvidia's supercomputing, data centre and cloud service initiatives. The agreement, which the companies described as "definitive", fol...

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  • Mega Millions Winner's Ex Doesn't Want Him Back, But Wants Money
Mega Millions Winner's Ex Doesn't Want Him Back, But Wants Money

Fortunately, the person standing in line behind him was honest - and called after him. "You tell me what's the moral thing to do". The cashier "made me explain what I bet and what the tickets were, and she handed them to me, and I walked out".

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  • Tesla to Raise Prices, Backtracks on Closing Most Stores
Tesla to Raise Prices, Backtracks on Closing Most Stores

The electric carmaker reversed course on Sunday, saying it will now raise the price on its high-end vehicles, after saying last month that it was closing retail stores and switching to an online sales model. "Over the past two weeks we have been closely evaluating every single Tesla retail location, and we have made a decision to keep significant...

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  • Dozens injured on flight due to severe turbulence
Dozens injured on flight due to severe turbulence

Kennedy International Airport at 5:35 p.m., 28 people were hospitalized at Jamaica Hospital Medical Center, spokesman Steve Coleman of the Port Authority of NY and New Jersey said. Thirty people on board a flight from Turkey to NY were injured during severe turbulence over ME, with one person suffering a broken leg, officials said.

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  • More people working in Windsor, not enough to boost jobless rate
More people working in Windsor, not enough to boost jobless rate

This is the best month for jobs since 2012, and this strong February comes after an even stronger January. "The sudden surge in jobs in Canada comes as a bit of a head scratcher for economists because other recent economic data, including gross domestic product and inflation, have been suggesting the economy is softening".

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  • Norway sovereign wealth fund to dump oil and gas
Norway sovereign wealth fund to dump oil and gas

So reinvesting those proceeds in other sectors is considered a way to keep the money safe should oil and gas prices fall. In fact, the $1 trillion fund has been built up over the past two decades from oil and gas revenue and Norway also uses large chunks of income from its offshore fields each year to pay for its lavish welfare state.

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