Some quick links to start your Wednesday. Chicago police have released the video of an officer shooting a black teenager … The economy grew more than expected in the third quarter, but the rate of growth was still not enough to get anyone that excited … How Walmart keeps an eye on its employees … Expedia is laying off 326 employees after buying Orbitz … How millennials save on holiday shopping … The CEO of Deutsche Bank thinks employee bonuses are bogus … One college is offering to pay the loans of its students who don’t get jobs after they graduate … A tool that can predict your next credit card number … Economists disagree whether fewer people quitting their job is a good thing or a bad thing … How to maximize your sleep … The coolest gadgets of 2015 … How to beat back pain … How to deal with jerks in the workplace.
- The Federal Communications Commission has granted a request from a utility company to allow it to use DBA (Doing Business As) names on Caller ID when making calls to customers.
- The CEO of Global Debt Registry compared his company to Carfax in an interview.
- A TCPA settlement involving the issue of consent was announced yesterday. Pharmacy retailer Walgreen’s will pay $11 million to 9,000 plaintiffs for sending pre-recorded messages to customers’ cell phones without obtaining consent, even though the customers had given their phone numbers to the retailer.
The trailer for “Captain America: Civil War”
Seven businesses you can start tomorrow
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