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Yahoo Finance's Alexis Christoforous sits down with Yahoo Finance's personal finance expert Jeannie Ahn joins to talk about how credit card holders can escape credit card fees.
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The scientists proposed a new software approach called "VoxelNet" for helping computers detect three-dimensional objects.
Uber admits it paid hackers $100K to destroy stolen information from 57 million riders and drivers and kept quiet about it for over a year. The breach happened in October 2016. Hackers stole emails, names, phone numbers and vehicle license information. Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous and Rick Newman figure out how Uber kept this a secret.
The fate of a major patent reform law, enacted in 2011 to improve patent quality, will hang in the balance on Monday, when the U.S. Supreme Court hears a constitutional challenge to one of its key provisions.
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The next six weeks are usually directionless, similar to the end of summer — especially with earnings season winding down. With 95% of S&P companies reporting third quarter earnings, 74% have had positive EPS surprises and 66% have beaten on sales. Overall, it’s been a very positive earnings season and a great way to end the year.
Apple’s (AAPL) iPhone X supplier, Foxconn, reportedly had students illegally working overtime to assemble the flagship device. According to the Financial Times, six high school students said they worked 11-hour shifts to help assemble the tech giant’s new phone at a factory in Zhengzhou, China. The report said the six were among 3,000 students sent to work in the factory in September. Apple shares were last trading at $173.47, a few bucks shy of their all-time high hit earlier this month. The Justice Department has filed a federal lawsuit to block the $85 billion merger between AT&T (T) and Time Warner (TWX).