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Others pay a flat amount, regardless of clicks or impressions. Of course, you've been able to install ad blocking extensions in Chrome for ages, but now Google is rolling the feature out to everyone. Are you exhausted of those pop-up ads or video ads that seem to come out of nowhere? Sites that have already altered the ads they show after being warned by Google include the LA Times and the Chicago Tribune .
  • Bitcoin extends slide with a more than 10% fall

    Bitcoin extends slide with a more than 10% fall

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    The Bitcoin market still remains unpredictable since there is no a central governing body. Bitcoin has fallen heavily in recent sessions as worries about a regulatory clampdown on the nascent market and panicked investors push prices lower.
  • Janet Yellen disappointed not to get a second term as Fed chair

    Janet Yellen disappointed not to get a second term as Fed chair

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    The asset cap is unprecedented, according to Federal Reserve officials. "I would have liked to serve an additional term and I did make that clear" when she interviewed with Trump, Yellen said in an interview broadcast by PBS. Powell, who has served on the Fed board with Yellen since 2012, ended his remarks by popping the collar of his suit jacket. Elizabeth Warren, the Massachusetts Democrat, had requested the Fed oust Wells Fargo board members.
  • Legal Sector Drops More Than 1000 Jobs To Kick Off 2018

    Legal Sector Drops More Than 1000 Jobs To Kick Off 2018

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    Employment in manufacturing remained on an upward track in January, with 15,000 jobs added; manufacturing has added 186,000 jobs over the past 12 months. Over the course of the year, wages increased by 2.9%, or 75 cents. Wall Street economists had expected an increase of about 180,000, according to Bloomberg.
  • Dow plunges over 600 points, TSX down over 200

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    The yields on 30-year bonds rose to 3% for the first time since May. The Bloomberg Dollar Spot Index gained 0.8 percent, the largest rise in more than 10 weeks. "A clear sign that confidence was restored by the jobs report was the fact United States 10-year Treasuries hit a four-year high immediately after it was released".
  • Verizon quits selling Huawei smartphones in the US

    Verizon quits selling Huawei smartphones in the US

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    Verizon won't sell any Huawei phones, including the new flagship Mate 10 Pro , because of pressure from the USA government, anonymous sources told Bloomberg yesterday . sued its China-based rival, accusing it of stealing software code for its network routers. Thus far, ZTE hasn't met the same level of pushback from the US government as Huawei has.