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Square shares jump to a record after company gets regulatory green light for cryptocurrency trading in New York

“Payment company Square got the green light from regulators Monday allowing New Yorkers to trade cryptocurrency on the rapidly growing Cash app” writes Kate Rooney for cnbc.com. Since early 2016, downloads on Square Cash app downloads averaged 128 percent year-over-year growth each month versus Venmo’s 74 percent growth, according to Nomura.While Square launched crypto trading through its payments app in late January, that feature had been unavailable in New York.The department approval could boost already rapidly-growing downloads, and expand what users can do with the Cash app, Dolev said.Many of…

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AT&T mobile customers will get free TV now that Time Warner merger is complete

“AT&T will be giving unlimited mobile customers free TV now that its mega-merger with Time Warner is done” writes Doreen Christensen for sun-sentinel.com. Randall Stephensen, AT&T’s CEO, said customers will soon get a “very, very skinny bundle” of free TV, after a federal judge approved the $85 billion megamerger of AT&T and Time Warner on June 15. Source: sun-sentinel.com Share This:

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Why your third-party partners need to be on the AI train

“On the build-it side, interest in TensorFlow and Scikit-Learn, open-source software packages for deep learning and machine learning, has skyrocketed” writes Vb Staff for venturebeat.com. You need to continually feed good data into a well-built AI system, but in return, you’ll see growing returns every year as the system adapts and improves. Source: venturebeat.com Share This:

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Medical marijuana customers will have a drive-thru option

“Medical marijuana patients will have a new option to get their pot” writes Johnny Diaz for sun-sentinel.com. The company will also have an educational session “Medical Cannabis 101,” so that consumers can learn more about medical marijuana, its uses and benefits.Curaleaf, which has pot retail outlets in Miami-Dade and Lake Worth, will be adding a new store with a drive-thru option in Brevard County, south of Melbourne.The marijuana dispensary will have a ribbon cutting June 21 at the store, 1420 Palm Bay Road NE, Palm Bay. Source: sun-sentinel.com Share This:

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Liberty customers have not suffered financial losses due to cyber attack: CEO

“JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) – The Chief Executive of South African insurer Liberty Holdings said its customers did not appear to have suffered any financial losses after the company reported earlier on Sunday that it had become the victim of a cyber attack” writes Midwest Communications Inc for 95kqds.com. The company had said an external party claimed to have seized data from it and demanded payment.”To be clear, at this stage there is no evidence that any of our customers have suffered any financial loss.We will proactively inform our customers individually if…

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Stores use plenty of tricks to get you to spend more money. Here are some of the most common.

“Supermarkets, restaurants, department stores and boutiques all use similar techniques to get customers to spend more” writes Jessica Tyler for businessinsider.com. Every aspect, from the music playing to where items are placed, is specifically chosen to prompt customers to spend more money. To become a more savvy shopper and save some money next time you head to the mall, pay attention to these tricks that stores use to get you to spend more money:.  Source: businessinsider.com Share This:

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This futuristic cafe relies on robots to take your order and make your coffee — no human interaction required

“The baristas at Cafe X can make two drinks in under a minute and will get your order right every time” writes Katie Canales for businessinsider.com. And though the baristas are robots, a living and breathing Cafe X specialist is always on-site at each store.The robotic coffee bar employs assembly line-style robots to build your coffee orders for you, making Cafe X a player in San Francisco’s automated eatery scene that’s also gaining traction across the country. Source: businessinsider.com Share This:

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This CEO sold his last company for $8.3 billion — now he has a master plan to lead $1.2 billion Docker to victory

“And in March of this year, Solomon Hykes, the original developer of the Docker software, left his operational role at the company, though he remains on the board” writes Matt Weinberger for businessinsider.com. And so, some of the hype around Docker, the company, started to fade, as concerns about the health of the business mounted.In so doing, Singh says that Docker can save a company lots of money: First, in infrastructure, as Docker can squeeze more efficiency out of existing hardware. Source: businessinsider.com Share This:

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