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Facebook will pay you to let it track what you do on your phone

Facebook will again start paying people to monitor how they use their phone through a new app called Study. The app monitors which apps are installed on a person's phone, the time you spend with these apps, the country you are in, and additional app data that can show specific features you use, among other things. Facebook says it will …

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FedEx leaves Amazon emerging pressure for a day's delivery

FedEx delivered 3% of Amazon packages last year, according to Wolfe Research. There are about 200,000 Amazon boxes a day among FedEx's daily volume of around 2.9 million packages, estimated Moody's Investors Service. But on Friday, Memphis, Tennessee, announced a freight giant that it would not renew the contract to fly packages for the indomitable e-commerce site. "FedEx made the …

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Warren wants DOJ Antitrust Head Recused in Apple, Google Probes “/> Photo: Getty Images The US Department of Justice recently signaled investigating potential antitrust investigations in Google and Apple.

Leading those surveys, assuming they actually happen, would be nothing more than Assistant Attorney General Makan Delrahim, a former Lobbyist, as Presidential Hope and Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren says, should be due to its history with both companies. In a letter to Delrahim, Warren notes Google paid Delrahim about $ 100,000 in 2007 to lobby federal antitrust officials for the …

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'Peak car' is a potential 'red flag' (GM, F)

Flickr, CC / Hugo90 A shift to used-vehicle sales in the US, the latest data point suggesting 'peak car' may have already happened in the United States. Shareholder returns for GM and Ford have been weak as a slew of companies continue to build around the legacy automakers. Watch GM and Ford trade live. Debt-strapped millennials. Ride-sharing apps. Self-driving technology. …

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How Trump could push Canada into a recession within 12 months

If Oxford Economics is right, a 45 percent chance Canada will fall into a recession within the next 12 months, and it's mostly President Donald Trump's fault. "Factoring in recent economic data, financial market developments and fiscal policy, monetary and trade policy risks, we believe the possibility of a recession in Canada is real and rising," the report said. <p …

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