Even though so few have read it, the TPP may already be in the books - Rabble.ca Economic and Trade Agreement" between Canada and the European Union. ... whose members include AT&T, General Electric, Apple, Dow Chemical, Nike 11/24/2015 - 3:37 pm | View Link
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Apple confirms acquisition of motion capture firm Faceshift According to TechCrunch, a number of former Faceshift employees continued on at Apple and now work out of the company's European offices. Before being purchased by Apple, Faceshift developed powerful facial recognition software that helped power advanced ... 11/24/2015 - 2:49 pm | View Link
Square’s New Apple Pay And Chip Card Reader Available To Pre-Order With this new reader, it becomes much easier to convince a British retailer to switch to Square for example. There are already many European competitors, such as iZettle, Payleven and SumUp. Let’s hope that Square’s international expansion window won ... 11/24/2015 - 8:10 am | View Link
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How Apple is working to keep its education push on course Last month, a Belgian history teacher launched a Multi-Touch textbook and an iTunes course about the origins of World War I with Europeana, the European Union's digital cultural heritage archive. The teacher, Gwen Vergouwen, and Europeana worked together ... 11/24/2015 - 4:01 am | View Link
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Dealers say market participants have been betting for the dollar on the view that Fed hikes will push up Treasury yields, which typically attract more investment, but some were trimming their bets because yields haven’t risen much.
Black Friday in rural Alaska doesn't mean long lines and pushy shoppers ready to do battle for sweet deals.
Consumers in places off the state's limited road system can find a few moderate price breaks on electronics and other stuff for several days after Thanksgiving at local grocery stores that sell all kinds of goods.
But for those wanting a taste of the urban shopping madness, they can always go to Anchorage or Fairbanks.
Huge savings are hard to find for people living in the state's most remote communities, where costs are matched by equally steep prices to ship goods.
Neal Fried, an economist in the state Department of Labor, says the communities lack the competition in metropolitan markets.
Disney’s “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” is a huge hit already — in stores. The much-anticipated film, which debuts Dec. 18, is on track to sell more tie-in goods than any single previous film. And it’s not just toy light sabers and action figures. The marketing juggernaut has spread to so many retail categories, including