Apple Announces Free Repairs for Malfunctioning Keyboards

Apple has announced a new service program for MacBook and MacBook Pro users whose keyboards have been malfunctioning. The program will allow qualifying customers to get affected devices serviced and repaired for free. The program covers keyboards where letters or characters repeat unexpectedly, letters or characters do not appear and keyboard key(s) that feel “sticky” […]

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Things Get Ugly Between Tesla and Former Employee

Tesla has told CNBC that an employee the company claims is disgruntled has made threats against it. The employee, a former technician, threatened violence against the company’s Gigafactory in Nevada, according to a company spokesperson. “Yesterday afternoon, we received a phone call from a friend of Mr. Tripp telling us that Mr. Tripp would be […]

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General Electric Removed from Dow Jones Industrial Average

General Electric, the global industrial equipment firm, has been removed from the Dow Jones Industrial Average. It had been a part of the index since the Dow’s creation in 1896. With GE’s removal, every original member of the index has now been removed. GE will be replaced with Walgreen Boots Alliance, Inc., the mega drugstore […]

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The Current Migrant Crisis Explained

President Trump has signed an executive order directing the Department of Homeland Security to reverse its policy separating young children crossing the U.S. border from their families. According to DHS, some 2,000 children have been separated from their parents and guardians and placed in detention centers since April when the administration announced a tougher policy […]

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Trump Administration Imposes Record Penalties on Chinese ZTE

U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross announced fines of over $1.4 billion against ZTE last week in an agreement that would allow the Chinese telecommunications giant to continue purchasing materials critical to its business from U.S. companies. Under the terms of the agreement the company has agreed to pay $1 billion before the Commerce Department’s Bureau […]

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Third Stolen Columbus Letter Returned to the Vatican

A third stolen letter written by Christopher Columbus was returned to the Vatican today during a repatriation ceremony at the Vatican Library in Vatican City. The letter had been stolen and later purchased by an art collector for $875,000. “This morning’s ceremony – the product of a seven-year investigation – is an example of the […]

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