Shopify says ‘rogue’ employees may have stolen customer data

Two “rogue” employees at Shopify may have stolen customer data from roughly 200 online merchants, the e-commerce platform revealed. The staffers were running a scheme to steal sellers’ transactional records that may have given them access to customers’ names, email addresses and order details such as the products and services they purchased, Shopify said. “While […]

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Angels outfield prospect Brandon Marsh works on craft while awaiting call-up

Roughly 18 miles separate Angels prospects at the team’s secondary site in Long Beach from Angel Stadium. At times this summer, the distance has felt even shorter for outfielder Brandon Marsh. The 22-year-old has watched some of his closest friends get called up to the major leagues since the season started, including top prospect Jo […]

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Granderson: Kneeling is not enough. NFL players can show the way by voting

In 2016, roughly 43% of eligible voters did not cast a ballot. For those keeping score at home, that’s about 100 million people. Among those not going to the polls that year was Colin Kaepernick, who was not registered to vote. In fact, reportedly Kaepernick never had been registered to vote. It was a perplexing […]

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U.S. to Reduce Troop Levels in Iraq to 3,000

WASHINGTON — The United States is cutting troop levels in Iraq roughly in half, to 3,000 forces, the top U.S. commander in the Middle East said Wednesday, in a long-expected move that will help fulfill President Trump’s goal of reducing the Pentagon’s overseas deployments. The decision to reduce the 5,200 troops now in Iraq comes […]

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Emirates airline pays $1.4 billion in COVID-19 travel refunds

The Emirates airline has shelled out roughly $1.4 billion in coronavirus-related travel refunds — and it’s not done yet. The Dubai-based carrier revealed the figure in a Monday news release saying it had completed more than 1.4 million refund requests since March, when the COVID-19 pandemic upended air travel around the world. But Emirates said […]

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Hannah & Collin Gosselin, 16, Have A ‘Great Relationship’ With Their Dad Jon’s GF Colleen Conrad

Jon Gosselin’s relationship with girlfriend of roughly six years, Colleen Conrad, keeps getting better and HollywoodLife learned EXCLUSIVELY that Jon, Colleen and his youngsters, Hannah and Collin, ‘already feel like family.’ After years of drama, Jon Gosselin has found peace and stability in his girlfriend of nearly six-years, Colleen Conrad. Even better, two of Jon’s […]

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Ocasio-Cortez Endorses Bernie Sanders’s Nomination for President: Full Speech Transcript

Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York used her roughly 90 seconds on Tuesday night at the Democratic convention to nominate a fellow democratic socialist, Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont, for the presidency and laud the progressive movement he had helped advance over the course of the race. Ms. Ocasio-Cortez hailed “a mass people’s movement working […]

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Delta wants at least 3,000 flight attendants to take unpaid leave

Delta Air Lines will need at least 3,000 of its roughly 20,000 flight attendants to take unpaid leave of four to 12 months, or consider other options, to avoid involuntary furloughs, a person with knowledge of the matter said Friday. Airlines are suffering their worst crisis in history due to the coronavirus pandemic, which decimated […]

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Megan Wollover: 5 Things To Know About Tracy Morgan’s Wife As They File For Divorce

After roughly five years of marriage, Tracy Morgan and his wife Megan Wollover have decided to go their separate ways. Here are five things you should know about the actress and former model. Another A-list couple has called it quits. Tracy Morgan sorrowfully shared in a statement that he and his wife of five-years, Megan Wollover, 33, […]

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Coronavirus Live Updates: U.S. Nears 4 Million Cases as Multiple States Set Records

Here’s what you need to know: Senate Republicans are expected to unveil a roughly $1 trillion virus aid plan. California and Texas are among the states setting new daily records. A map of coronavirus hospitalizations in the U.S. New unemployment claims in the U.S. rose last week for the first time since early in the […]

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Judge declines to order release of detained migrant families

A federal judge has declined to order the release of roughly 300 migrant parents and children held in U.S. family detention centers By NOMAAN MERCHANT Associated Press July 22, 2020, 7:16 PM 3 min read Share to FacebookShare to TwitterEmail this article HOUSTON — A federal judge on Wednesday declined to order the release of […]

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Uber wants to buy Postmates for $2.6B following GrubHub fallout

Uber is in talks to purchase Postmates for roughly $2.6 billion following the collapse of its takeover deal with Grubhub, according to reports. The deal would further consolidate the food delivery industry at a time when the coronavirus pandemic has demand soaring. It would also strengthen Uber’s delivery arm, Uber Eats, which is unprofitable despite […]

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Amid Pandemic, N.Y.C. Likely to Freeze, but Not Cut, Rent for 2 Million

The New York City board that sets rents for the roughly 2.3 million residents in rent-regulated apartments is expected to vote on Wednesday to freeze rents for one-year leases, a slight reprieve for tenants struggling in the worst economy in decades. The annual vote by the Rent Guidelines Board usually caps weeks of hostility and […]

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Bears hoping for relatively normal training camp next month, but no certainties

Bears coach Matt Nagy is entering his third season. | For the Sun-Times The team is roughly six weeks away from reporting for the 2020 season. Matt Nagy is weighing concerns about the coronavirus and how his team will respond to social injustice. Like all plans in midst of a pandemic, Bears coach Matt Nagy […]

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NBA has a plan, but also a long list of questions that could burst its bubble

In roughly a month, 22 of the NBA’s 30 teams will travel to Florida to embark on a three-month experiment — one without precedent or guarantee. Until then, the league’s players, coaches and partners must answer a dizzying amount of questions. Some of the answers are expected to be known this week as the NBA […]

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Cyclist Charged With Assaulting Teenagers Who Posted Fliers Against Police Brutality

A cyclist on a Maryland trail who was captured on video roughly grabbing a young woman while she posted fliers against police brutality was arrested and charged Friday with three counts of second-degree assault, the police said. The Maryland-National Capital Park Police said the cyclist, Anthony Brennan III, 60, of Kensington, Md., was tracked down […]

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Simon to reopen half of its malls within a week as states begin to reopen

The nation’s biggest mall owner plans to reopen roughly half of its shopping centers within a week, according to its CEO. Simon Property Group had already reopened 77 US retail properties as of Monday with coronavirus safeguards in place such as social distancing, increased sanitizing and health screenings for employees, David Simon said. The company […]

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Hertz has 3 weeks to fight off bankruptcy

Carl Icahn’s rental car company Hertz Global Holdings has roughly three weeks to prove it can stave off bankruptcy, the company said on Tuesday. In a regulatory filing, the car rental behemoth said lenders have given it until May 22 to develop a viable financial structure that “better reflects the economic impact of the coronavirus.” […]

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JPMorgan Chase secures $15 billion for second round of PPP funding

JPMorgan Chase said Friday it has secured roughly $15 billion in the second round of Paycheck Protection Program funding, with about $8.4 billion of that going to small businesses in the Tri-State Area. The nation’s biggest lender started notifying clients in the wee hours of the morning that their emergency funding from the Small Business […]

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Baltimore turns to aerial surveillance as homicides continue

Starting Friday, the roughly 600,000 people living in Baltimore will be constantly recorded whenever they step out under the open sky. Marvin L. Cheatham Sr., for one, knows he could be watched as he goes to a doctor’s appointment or visits friends. He’ll be spied upon in his back yard, and as he steps into […]

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Supreme Court Rules Against Landowners in Montana Superfund Fight

WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court dealt a setback on Monday to roughly 100 Montana residents who sought to sue Atlantic Richfield Company to help them restore property contaminated by arsenic and lead. The source of the toxic waste was a copper smelter near Butte, Mont., which for nearly a century processed ore and released lethal […]

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23 Photos Of Scott Disick With KarJenners That Prove He’s Still Part Of The Fam

It’s been roughly four years since Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick split, but he’s still an important member of the KarJenner squad! We’re taking a look back at his best moments with the family. Scott Disick, 36, has basically become a member of the Kardashian family since he first started dating Kourtney Kardashian, 40, in […]

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NFL Draft 2020 scenario that could see Jets pick a top edge-rusher

The Jets have needed an edger-rusher since roughly the Paleozoic Era. Every year with every draft, we always talk about edge-rusher being one of the team’s biggest needs and every year they fail to solve that problem. So, here we are again. Last season, defensive coordinator Gregg Williams had to create pass rush through scheme. […]

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