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Jeff Bezos’ Bad Week Worsen With New Big Tech Antitrust Laws Launched

Jeff Bezos’ bad, horrible, bad, bad week got even worse on Friday. This is because antitrust laws aimed at Big Tech’s domination have been introduced in Congress to partisan fanfare. It’s the latest blow for the Amazon CEO, one of the richest men in the world. That made headlines earlier this week when ProPublica released details from his tax filings. …

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Taco Bell is offering free tacos for the COVID-19 vaccine — but only in this state.

Taco Bell Wants Californians to Get the COVID-19 Vaccine on friday The fast-food chain has announced it will join California Governor Gavin Newsom’s Vax for the Win incentive program. The company said it will give away the Nacho Cheese Doritos Locos taco to customers who present their COVID-19 vaccination card at participating California Taco Bells on June 15. Krispy Kreme …

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Basel Board Proposes Different Regulations Of Crypto Assets Based On Risk To Banks – Bitcoin News Regulations

Basel’s Banking Regulatory Commission has proposed splitting crypto assets into two groups and regulating them based on market, liquidity, credit and operational risks to the bank. Cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin must be “Practice cautiously with a new conservative” Crypto Regulations Proposed by Basel Committee on Banking Supervision The Basel Board has proposed regulating crypto assets based on risks to banks. …

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7-Eleven’s Free Slurpee Day Will Last Through July Again in 2021

For the second year in a row, 7-Eleven’s free Slurpee days will run throughout July. Before the coronavirus outbreak, 7-Eleven would be handing out Slurpees on July 11th, or “7-Eleven Day”. last year The convenience store chain has decided to extend the distribution period for the whole month. to avoid crowds and maintain social distance The company has decided to …

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Blue Origin Tickets To Space Soar To $28 Million In Crazy Auction

Blue Origin chooses future very wealthy astronauts to fly into space alongside. Amazon (AMZN) founder Jeff Bezos, while helping to create an important benchmark for the space industry. X The space company began bidding on its highly coveted tickets on Saturday at 1 p.m. ET, the pre-auction closing at $4.8 million on Thursday. Prices surged after Bezos announced Monday he …

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Delta passengers and crew subdue rowdy passengers on flights to Atlanta.

The crew and passengers of Delta Flight 1730 subdued the man after he attacked two flight attendants. And, according to Oklahoma City police, he was “going to take the plane down”. It was Delta’s second flight to reroute due to disruptive passengers for days. Friday night’s packed flight was about two hours from the destination, when an announcement on the …

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Why doesn’t the Airbus A380 work as a private jet – Simple Flying?

Why doesn’t the Airbus A380 work like a Simple Flying Private Jet? Boeing unclaimed MAX planes unload as air travel revives The Wall Street Journal Why Low-Cost Carriers Love the Boeing 737 Simple Flying Boeing, GE Face Massive Space Hiring Bloomberg Boeing leads the order again. But Airbus delivers the Motley Fool cargo. See full coverage on Google News. Source …

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Watch LIVE – New Shepard’s First Seat Auction – Blue Origin

Watch Live – Shepard First Seat Auction Blue Origin . NEW Richard Branson plans to beat Jeff Bezos into space TMZ Watch Blue Origin Auction Seats on First Crewed Space Flight Today Space.com In space, no one can hear Jeff Bezos Richard Branson will go too? The Guardian Jeff Bezos will be in space for 11 minutes. This is a …

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Amazon, Apple, Google, Facebook targeted by new antitrust bills

US Capitol Building. Getty Images US legislature The broader antitrust agenda was revealed on Friday. It aims to harness the competitive power of giants like Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google with five bipartisan bills that will represent the most meaningful antitrust reforms in decades. The result of more than a year of monitoring competition in the digital marketplace. The bill …

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