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Chris Woodyard USA TODAY Published 3:17 AM EST Nov 22, 2019 HAWTHORNE, Calif. — Tesla unveiled a new electric pickup truck unlike anything else — ever. The Cybertruck, as it is dubbed, drew screams and awe from a large crowd Thursday night when it emerged and drove on stage — a sharply angular pickup, peaking in the middle,
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Brett Molina USA TODAY Published 11:20 AM EST Nov 21, 2019 The Pop-Tart is about to add a dash of salt. Kellogg Company, the makers of the popular breakfast treat, revealed it is releasing Pop-Tarts Pretzel, which resembles the snack but features a salty, pretzel crust. The Pop-Tarts Pretzel will come in two flavors: Cinnamon Sugar
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As most new moms (and dads) can attest, the number of diapers a baby can go through in a day is staggering. My son is no different. As much as I like to think he’s special, his butt is not. The average child will go through 7,000 diapers before they’re potty trained. At an average
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Nathan Bomey USA TODAY Published 5:35 PM EST Nov 19, 2019 New Media Investment Group and Gannett finalized their merger Tuesday, putting top executives in position to move ahead with plans they believe will transform the new company’s local and national news brands, including USA TODAY, into a reinvented digital media powerhouse. The merger creates the largest U.S. media company by print circulation
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Nicole Hayden and Melissa Daniels Palm Springs Desert Sun Published 5:35 PM EST Nov 18, 2019 California Attorney General Xavier Becerra said Monday morning the state is suing Juul Labs Inc., the e-cigarette company based in San Francisco, alleging the company markets its products to teenagers and fails to give warnings about the product’s potential
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As another holiday shopping season rolls around, many Americans are still feeling the effects of last year’s shopping. In fact, according to a recent survey by WalletHub, approximately 35 million Americans are still holding onto consumer debt that was racked up in 2018. The National Retail Federation reports that consumers are planning to spend an
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Women endure a slew of disadvantages when it comes to financial security. Studies show that women on average pay more for mortgages, even though they’ve historically been better at paying them back. And the U.S. is still the only first-world country that doesn’t mandate paid maternity leave. What’s even more overlooked is the small things
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Dalvin Brown USA TODAY Published 7:01 PM EST Nov 17, 2019 The printing corporation HP Inc. unanimously rejected a proposed takeover bid from copy machine giant Xerox on Sunday. In a statement, HP said its board “considered the highly conditional and uncertain nature of the proposal” and determined the combined company would carry too much debt. HP added that
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Dalvin Brown USA TODAY Published 4:00 PM EST Nov 17, 2019 The printing corporation HP Inc. unanimously rejected a proposed takeover bid from copy machine giant Xerox on Sunday. In a statement, HP said its board “considered the highly conditional and uncertain nature of the proposal” and determined the combined company would carry too much debt. HP added that
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Mike Snider USA TODAY Published 10:46 AM EST Nov 16, 2019 The streaming wars gained a big player this week with the arrival of Disney’s new subscription service, Disney+. Its arrival has been long in the making for Disney. The entertainment powerhouse began pulling back its content from competitors such as Netflix two years ago in preparation
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Kelly Tyko USA TODAY Published 8:48 PM EST Nov 15, 2019 Dollar Tree is under fire for stocking “potentially unsafe drugs” and cosmetics. The Food and Drug Administration said in a news release on Thursday it sent a warning letter to Greenbrier International Inc., which does business as Dollar Tree, outlining “multiple violations of current good manufacturing
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