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Thefts of Kia and Hyundai models soar by 767% in Chicago, across America due to TikTok challenge

Chicago has become the latest city victimized by the latest TikTok challenge, which shows how you can start Kia and Hyundai cars using only a USB cable.  The Windy City has seen thefts of the two car brands rise by a shocking 767 percent since the beginning of July compared to the same period in 2021, according …

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FedEx cuts ties with ground delivery contractor, files suit

Route Consultant founder and president Spencer Patton explains how FedEx Ground’s delivery network is at risk of collapse due to inflationary pressures. FedEx Corp has severed its relationship with one of its largest delivery contractors effective immediately. The package delivery company filed suit, asking a federal judge to stop the contractor from spreading misinformation about …

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OpenText to Acquire Micro Focus International plc

Creating One of the Largest Software & Cloud Businesses Enabling Digital Transformations Expands Information Management Market Opportunity to $170 Billion WATERLOO, ON, Aug. 25, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — OpenText™ (NASDAQ: OTEX), (TSX: OTEX) today announced that it has reached agreement on the terms of a recommended all-cash offer to be made by Open Text Corporation (the …

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Should I get a COVID booster now or wait for the new vaccine that targets omicron?

Dear Advice Team: I am about to turn 70 and have been twice vaccinated and twice boosted (all Pfizer). But my second booster was administered on April 20. With waning immunity and more transmissible variants, is it advisable to get a third booster and, if so, to get it sooner or wait for a new, …

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Moderna sues rival COVID-19 vaccine makers Pfizer and BioNTech

Moderna has said it is suing rival vaccine maker Pfizer and its German partner BioNTech, citing infringement on its patents in developing the first COVID-19 vaccine approved in the United States, alleging they copied technology that Moderna developed years before the pandemic. The lawsuits set up a high-stakes showdown between the leading manufacturers of COVID-19 …

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‘An existential dilemma’: Florida homeowners scramble as another major insurer exits

MIAMI – One of Florida’s largest home insurers is exiting the market, leaving thousands of homeowners scrambling to find new coverage as options continue to dwindle in the Sunshine State. United Property & Casualty Insurance Company, based in St. Petersburg, announced Thursday that it filed a plan of withdrawal in Florida and also plans to …

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AMD, Nvidia, Intel: Things Aren’t Looking Good for Semiconductors

The golden age of chip production appears to be fading, at least for now. The just-completed second-quarter-earnings season confirms that the semiconductor makers are in for a tough time.  AMD  (AMD) , Nvidia  (NVDA) , and Intel  (INTC) , three of the biggest players in the sector, reported completely different performances. But even when the results …

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Ford World Headquarters in Dearborn, Michigan.

Ford salaried workers who lost jobs now review severance offers

Ford salaried employees, who were shocked when they were let go this week, are reviewing severance packages that could offer up to nine months of pay for longtime workers. David Kudla, CEO of Mainstay Capital Management in Troy, said he has seen severance packages from clients who are salaried workers at Ford that include nine …

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3M combat earplug lawsuits to proceed, judge rules, despite bankruptcy case

The logo of Down Jones Industrial Average stock market index listed company 3M is shown in Irvine, California April 13, 2016. REUTERS/Mike Blake Register now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register Aug 26 (Reuters) – 3M Co must face more than 230,000 lawsuits accusing it of selling defective earplugs to the U.S. military, after …

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