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  1. NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden is being sued by the Justice Department over the sale of his new memoir, “Permanent Record.” But Snowden’s potential loss could be Bitcoin's ...

  2. 5 Stocks That Popped in September & Still Hold Momentum

    Zacks via Yahoo FinanceSep 23 12:20 PM

    Overall, the first three quarters of 2019 are turning out to be highly fruitful for investors, marking a complete turnaround from a pathetic performance by Wall Street in the second half ...

  3. Is Your Career at Risk? 15 Jobs That May Soon Be Facing Extinction

    GOBankingRates via Yahoo FinanceSep 24 9:01 AM

    Figures from the BLS show that postal clerks, computer operators and other occupations whose work is being outsourced or taken over by technology will have far fewer jobs by 2026.

  4. Snowden’s Book Is a Bestseller -- and a Honeypot for Hackers

    Bloomberg via Yahoo FinanceSep 23 22:55 PM

    Malwarebytes said it discovered the emails in English, Spanish, German, Italian and French. ”It’s going to be pretty effective, especially since people might be tempted to open up the book for ...

  5. Trump-Friendly Lawyers Join Legal Team of Ukraine’s Firtash

    Bloomberg via Yahoo FinanceSep 23 17:05 PM

    Justice Department request for extradition to Chicago, where has was charged in a 2013 case involving alleged bribe payment to officials in India to secure mining concessions.

  6. At Monday's 10 a.m. (1700 GMT) hearing before Justice Heather Holmes of the British Columbia Supreme Court, Meng's defense team will request more disclosure surrounding her detention ...

  7. DEC. 1, 2018: Meng is arrested by Canadian police in Vancouver as she changes planes. The arrest is not made public until Dec. 5. The Chinese embassy in Canada demands her release.

  8. Activist investor Elliott Management is looking to turn up the heat even further on AT&T, possibly demanding a say in the firm's management structure including helping to choose the eventual ...

  9. Trump’s Ukraine Call Runs Some Impeachment Traps

    Bloomberg via Yahoo FinanceSep 23 10:00 AM

    When Donald Trump moved into the Atlantic City gambling market in 1981, he contacted the Federal Bureau of Investigation seeking guidance. Two months later, Trump met again with the FBI ...

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