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Uber and Lyft Lose Bid to Keep Exploiting Their Drivers for Just a Little Bit Longer – Gizmodo

On Thursday, a California judge denied motions by Uber and Lyft to delay a previous injunction ordering the ridesharing companies to reclassify their contractors as full-time employees. That ruling goes into effect on August 20, to which the companies had req…

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On Thursday, a California judge denied motions by Uber and Lyft to delay a previous injunction ordering the ridesharing companies to reclassify their contractors as full-time employees. That ruling goes into effect on August 20, to which the companies had requested a 10-day extension in order to attempt an appeal.
I am confident that the court of appeal is capable of acting very quickly where it is necessary for it to do so. I am unconvinced that any extension of the 10 day stay is required. B…

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Tesla Stock Will Surge 27% to $500, According to This Analyst – Motley Fool

The electric-vehicle maker’s investors could enjoy handsome gains.

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Tesla’s (NASDAQ:TSLA) new battery technology promises to accelerate the growth of the electric-vehicle market and widen its lead over its rivals.
So says Deutsche Bank analyst Emmanuel Rosner. On Wednesday, Rosner raised his rating from Tesla’s shares from hold to buy and boosted his price forecast from $400 to $500. His new target represents potential gains for shareholders of roughly 27% from the stock’s current price near $395.
Deutsche Bank analyst Emmanuel Rosner sees plenty of upside ahe…

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Massachusetts man dies after ‘overdosing’ on black licorice: case report – Fox News

They say too much of a good thing can be harmful, as was the case for one Massachusetts man whose love of black licorice ultimately cost him his life.

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They say too much of a good thing can be harmful, as was the case for one Massachusetts man whose love of black licorice ultimately cost him his life.
In a case report recently detailed in the New England Journal of Medicine, doctors revealed that a 54-year-old Massachusetts construction worker essentially “overdosed” on black licorice. The candy contains glycyrrhizic acid, which caused the man’s potassium levels to plummet.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration warns that if youre 40 years of…

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Ring’s latest security camera is a drone that flies around inside your house – The Verge

Ring announced the Always Home Cam during Amazon’s annual product event, a new home security camera that can autonomously fly around your home to get different viewpoints when you’re not home. It will be available starting in 2021 for $249.99.

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The Always Home Cam is an ambitious new home security device
Ring latest home security camera is taking flight literally. The new Always Home Cam is an autonomous drone that can fly around inside your home to give you a perspective of any room you want when youre not home. Once its done flying, the Always Home Cam returns to its dock to charge its battery. It is expected to cost $249.99 when it starts shipping next year.
Jamie Siminoff, Rings founder and chief inventor, says the idea behind th…

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