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Roku customers no longer have to worry about losing access to the channels of their favorite creators. The company announced a new content deal Wednesday with Google that will keep the main YouTube app on its streaming service and also bring back the YouTube TV live app.

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If 2020 was defined by a spike in people frantically Googling for everything related to the coronavirus, this year saw the old standards of sports and entertainment make a resurgence in online searches around the world.

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ATLANTA — Gov. Brian Kemp has announced that Micron Technology Inc., one of the world’s largest semiconductor manufacturers and the only U.S.-based manufacturer of memory, will open a state-of-the-art memory design center in Midtown Atlanta in January 2022. The new center will include office…

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Just a day before the head of Instagram will face questions from lawmakers over its child safety practices, the company is rolling out a handful of new features aimed at making it harder for users, particularly teenagers, to fall down rabbit holes that could be harmful to their mental health.

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At Nasdaq Monday, BuzzFeed CEO Jonah Peretti — flanked by Instagram celebrity "Dude with Sign" and people holding oversized yellow "OMG" and "win" signs — rang the opening bell for BuzzFeed's debut as a public company. Simultaneously at BuzzFeed's headquarters in New York, an acrobatic cat p…

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Over the past week, as markets were churning on fears that the Omicron variant could derail the global economic recovery, bitcoin prices stayed surprisingly stable. Then came the weekend.

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Using data and research from the CATO Institute as well as various academic papers and news articles, Stacker explores key instances in history where countries have experienced hyperinflation.

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CNN said Saturday that anchor Chris Cuomo has been "terminated" by the network, "effective immediately."

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There is still emergency rental assistance available for those struggling to cover their rent because of the pandemic. But some of that aid will soon be shifted to places that have run out of funds and still have people in need of help.

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Investors were spooked by the discovery of the new Omicron variant of the coronavirus. Now, they're contending with another wrinkle in the outlook: The Federal Reserve could be prepared to roll back stimulus measures faster than planned because of persistent inflation.

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Home prices rose 19.5% in September compared to a year ago, according to the S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller national home price index.

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Dollar Tree is throwing away those green "Everything's $1" signs at stores, ditching the brand identity it created and stuck to devotedly for 35 years.

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Regulators have long threatened to break up Facebook (now called Meta) because of its huge market power. Now one group of officials has followed through and ordered the company to unwind its acquisition of Giphy because the deal could hurt competitors.

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The surge in oil prices this year has angered drivers, tainted Americans' views on the economy and confounded both the White House and Federal Reserve. Unfortunately, JPMorgan Chase says the oil spike is just getting started.

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