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Venmo now has over 40 million active users as payments skyrocket

(NEW YORK) -- Venmo now has over 40 million active customers, parent company PayPal revealed in its earnings report.The mobile payment app, which is popular with millennials and encourages social interactions, is also processing dramatically more money.Payment volume jumped 73% in the past year to $21 billion, and expected to…... Read More

Boeing says it will take $1 billion hit on grounding of the 737 Max jet

(NEW YORK) -- Boeing announced Wednesday that it was taking an initial $1 billion hit on the grounding of the 737 Max jet following two fatal plane crashes in five months.The company also abandoned its previous full-year financial outlook as it grapples with the aftermath of the 737 Max fallout…... Read More

Facebook officials will attend Paris summit to combat spread of terror online following Christchurch attacks

(NEW YORK) -- Representatives from Facebook will be among the social media executives attending a May 15 summit being organized by New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern to combat the spread of terrorist material online.The summit, which Ardern will co-chair with French President Emmanuel Macron in conjunction with the G7…... Read More

Class-action lawsuit filed over popular baby sleeper

(NEW YORK) -- The latest rumble in the fallout over the Rock N' Play baby sleeper comes in the form of a class action lawsuit.The suit was filed by one named mother, Cassandra Mulvey, on behalf of herself and others, against Fisher Price and Mattel, who the suit claims marketed…... Read More

Criminal charges filed against drug executive for opioids

(NEW YORK) -- Federal prosecutors charged drug distributor Rochester Drug Cooperative and its former CEO with drug trafficking charges Tuesday -- the first criminal charges for a pharmaceutical company and executives in the nation's ongoing opioid crisis. The charges signify a groundbreaking move by the government to try to combat…... Read More

Samsung delays launch of $2,000 folding phone after problems with review units

(NEW YORK) -- Samsung is delaying the rollout of its $2,000 foldable phones after several tech reviewers reported that their review units became damaged within a day or two of using them.The Galaxy Fold, which was originally slated to start shipping to consumers on April 26. A new ship date…... Read More

With FAA certification, Google's drone company set to start deliveries in Virginia

(BLACKSBURG, Va.) -- With the Federal Aviation Administration's historic certification, Wing Aviation’s drone deliveries are set to arrive in Virginia. U.S. Department of Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao announced Tuesday that the FAA awarded air carrier certification to Google’s Wing Aviation, the first drone delivery company to be awarded one, according…... Read More

Kohl's to expand its Amazon returns program this summer

(MENOMONEE FALLS, Wisc.) -- Affordable fashion retailer Kohl's has announced that it is expanding its Amazon returns program this summer.All 1,150 Kohl's locations will accept opened packages starting in July for free, Kohl's said in a statement. Eligible items will not need a box or label to be returned.The partnership…... Read More

Oscar Munoz, CEO of United Airlines, on the changing industry and customer expectations

(WASHINGTON) -- United Airlines CEO Oscar Munoz thinks airlines are reaching a breaking point with shrinking seat sizes."I think we are nearing a point certainly that we can't do that anymore," he told ABC News' Senior Transportation Correspondent David Kerley.Munoz acknowledged having to stay competitive with peers and match many…... Read More

Samsung delays release of Galaxy Fold over display issues

(NEW YORK) -- The company announced it would be delaying the rollout of the Galaxy Fold after initial reviews highlighted flaws in display screens."Initial findings from the inspection of reported issues on the display showed that they could be associated with impact on the top and bottom exposed areas of…... Read More

Purdue Pharma tries to 'cry poverty' in lawsuit over opioid epidemic, Connecticut attorney general says

(NEW YORK) -- The embattled maker of OxyContin is attempting to "cry poverty" to avoid accountability for the company’s role in the nation’s opioid epidemic, Connecticut Attorney General William Tong said Monday, as the state expanded its lawsuit against Purdue Pharma.Tong filed an amended lawsuit that alleged hundreds of millions…... Read More