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Lyft Taps Amazon, Disney Veteran Elaine Paul as CFO

Paul has worked at Amazon Studios and Disney in the past and led teams across finance, strategy, analytics and technology.

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Facebook Tests Bill-Splitting Feature In Messenger

Known as Split Payments, the feature is set to launch for U.S. users next week.

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Facebook in Bear Market, but Morningstar Says It's Undervalued

'We have continue to rate [Meta Platforms] a wide-moat firm with a solid network effect and intangible assets,' Morningstar said.

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Cannabis Tax Revenue to Leap, Exceeding Take From Alcohol: Barclays

U.S. states collected about $2 billion in tax revenue last year, and that number could jump to $12 billion by 2030, according to a report.

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WHO Says Don't Panic Over Omicron, Delta Still Dominant

The World Health Organization said it knows of no deaths resulting from omicron, with delta accounting for 99% of Covid infections.

Robin Williams' Suicide Seizes Google's Top Searches of 2014

Spotify Removes Tracks From John Mulaney, Robin Williams And Other Popular Comedians

The move seems comes as part of a rights dispute with a new comedy copyright organization

China's Tech Stock Comeback Faces Earnings Test From Alibaba, Meituan Amid Slower Growth And Tougher Regulations

What Is Going On With Alibaba Stock?

Ever since a disappointing earnings report, shares of the Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba (BABA) have been on a downward spiral.

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Tik-Tok Unveils Feature to Enable Followers to Tip Creators

As part of Creator Next program, you can now support your favorite content creators

Packages awaiting delivery at a sorting centre in the Jiangsu provincial city of Lianyungang, during the Singles' Day online shopping festival on November 11, 2016. Photo: AFP

Forget Black Friday: Holiday Sales On Track to Blow Past Record

The National Retail Sales Federation sees holiday sales rising as much as 11.5% from 2020, up from its prior estimate of 8.5%-10.5%.