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APNewsBreak: Montana says miner violated "bad…

Montana regulators say an Idaho mining company and its president are in violation of the state's "bad actor" law because they are pursuing two new mines without paying for the cleanup of past projects

Here’s What China’s Hospitals Are Like

Neusoft Corporation’s CEO, Dr. Jiren Liu, explains.

Stock indexes end mostly higher, but Facebook…

After steep losses a day ago, US stock indexes finish mostly higher as retailers rise, energy companies climb with oil prices and banks move up with interest rates

Unfiltered 60 second sizzle

Watch "Unfiltered" the brand new interview series from Yahoo News where we talk to outspoken people who have strong opinions about today's most debatable topics.

Tinder Vs Bumble Suit Heats Up

Patent infringement suits are usually boring, but the ongoing Tinder vs. Bumble beef is full of soapy, corporate intrigue. Tinder’s parent company, Match Group, launched a patent infringement suit against rival Bumble on Monday. The suit alleges Bumble has stolen numerous design ideas since Tinder’s creation in 2014. Bumble says the suit is part of a pattern of behavior meant to harass and intimidate the start-up into accepting buyout offers from Match, which also owns online romance services, OkCupid and

BRIEF: Donna L. Burden named chairwoman

Donald Trump Officially Announces New Steel and…

But Mexico and Canada will remain unaffected.

Global shares mixed as investors watch Facebook…

Global shares mixed as investors watch Facebook shares and ahead of Federal Reserve meeting

Amazon to start limiting small orders - RPT

A day can't go by without us mentioning Amazon.... Today, the company had at one point passed Alphabet as the 2nd largest company in the US by market cap. But the more interesting Amazon news today is for its Prime members.. Bloomberg is reporting that Amazon is going to start limiting your small orders due to climbing shipping costs and is seeking to pass these costs on to suppliers like Procter & Gamble, a tactic long-known as a favorite of Walmart in the retail space. Do you think Amazon users will find a constant upselling to meet a minimum unpleasant? -Do you use Amazon for small purchases? What's the smallest you can remember? --

Facebook's Head Of Security Reportedly Stepping…

Steve Marcus / Reuters Facebook's head of information security is leaving over disagreements about how the company polices the spread of disinformation on its platform, the New York Times first reported Monday. Alex Stamos joined Facebook as chief information security officer in June 2015 and has been a staunch proponent of uncovering and disclosing how Russia used the social network to influence the US presidential election.

Steven Mnuchin, Paul Ryan On the Ramifications of…

Donald Trump wants to tax steel and aluminum.

Trade war fears stalk global markets ahead of G20…

Global stock markets have started the new week on a soft note, weighed down by worries about a trade war.

Another football league?

Forget the XFL reboot because there is ANOTHER new football league in the works... The Alliance of American Football, founded by Charlie Ebersol with backing from a bunch of VC groups, will launch in 2019 with a TV deal with CBS. This follows on heels of Vince McMahon's XFL reboot

Facebook's Future In Question Following Cambridge…

The future of Facebook as an advertising platform was called into question by marketers, lawmakers and privacy activists on Monday after revelations that its data on 50 million users was harvested and used by Donald Trump's political ad firm in 2016. Facebook was already under pressure for its role in enabling fake news across its platform during the 2016 election but had mostly escaped serious consequences.

BRIEF: Claire's to close store in McKinley Mall

Uncle Sam’s Bitcoin: How the U.S. Government…

Which is potentially worth billions.

Market recap for Tuesday, March 20

Market recap for Tuesday, March 20

Facebook Falls After Data Scandal

Shares of Facebook are sliding Tuesday morning following a report the Federal Trade Commission is probing the company's use of personal data. The FTC is looking into whether the social media giant "violated terms of a consent decree over its use of personal data," Bloomberg says, citing a person familiar with the matter. Shares came under significant pressure Monday, falling as much as 8.1%, its biggest decline in two and a half years, on the news that Cambridge Analytica accessed data from 50 million Facebook without the users' permission. Facebook has now fallen 9.3% since the news broke. It is down 4.8% this year.

BRIEF: Patrick Pidgeon joins Via Evaluation

Google Launched Another Attempt at Mobile Payments

It’s called Google Pay.

What to watch in the markets: Wednesday, March 21

What to watch in the markets: Wednesday, March 21

Weinstein Company Files Bankruptcy?

The Weinstein Company has voluntarily filed for bankruptcy and entered into a stalking horse bid for the majority of its film and TV assets with the Dallas-based private equity firm Lantern Capital Partners.

BRIEF: Kyle Martin joins J. Fitzgerald Group