You probably haven’t noticed, but in the past couple of years, Sony, Microsoft and Netflix have all change the rules to keep you from joining a class-action lawsuit.
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More than 1.8 million people live in the state with the highest obesity rate. One out of every three adults there is seriously overweight.
The tech company’s eye-catching eyewear isn’t even for sale yet, but that isn’t stopping at least one business from rejecting it.
The ripoffs are the same old deal, but now MoneyPak is an acceptable method to part you from your money.
Apple and Amazon appear to be building systems for selling used e-books, as well as digital music, movies and software. Publishers and media companies aren’t thrilled.
In the past two years, the tech companies have more than doubled the amount of cash they’ve tucked away out of Uncle Sam’s reach. Between the three it’s now $134.5 billion.
Despite having lots more vacancies, companies are taking 50 percent longer to fill them than in mid-2009.
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