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Not just doormat, Amazon has Indian flag on shoes, laces too

First a doormat with an Indian flag on it and now a pair of shoes with the Tricolour. Amazon.com had on its site a product called ADE Indian Flag Women’s Chukka canvas shoes M003, priced at $43.99 (Approximately Rs 3,000). 41 more words

Vicky Nanjappa

Back with a vengeance - Cheers to 2017!

Though I hardly consider myself as an accomplished writer, I do find it relatively easy to put my thoughts down.

Therefore, it’s pure laziness if I stop writing, which was the case since 2015! 516 more words

Personal Ramblings

IN SEARCH OF...

The clock is ticking and spring will be here before we know it. With that in mind, I have been searching for things to be sure we have all the things we need to keep our phones and tablets charged, and the things that will help keep us afloat and functioning as we go along. 157 more words

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Weekly Roundup: Claims surface on Trump's dealings with Russia, Yahoo splits into Altaba

As part of the Verizon acquisition, Yahoo has split itself into an investment unit called Altaba and is now waiting for Verizon to undertake its remaining assets. 769 more words

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Amazon Plans To Hire 100,000 Over The Next 18 Months

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NEW YORK (CBSDFW.COM/AP) — Amazon plans to hire 100,000 people across the U.S. over the next 18 months.

The online retailer said Thursday that the jobs are full-time and come with benefits. 147 more words

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Amazon launches the first of its own subscription VOD channels, Anime Strike

Amazon has debuted its first own-brand subscription video-on-demand channel, part of the Amazon Channels offering it provides with content from partners including HBO and Showtime. This is the first time Amazon has created its own sub-channel, as it has instead focused on building the general Amazon Prime Video library and VOD offerings. 217 more words

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Amazon fined $1.1 million by Canada's competition watchdog

OTTAWA – The Canadian unit of Amazon.com will pay a $1 million fine to settle an investigation into pricing activities on its website that gave an inaccurate view of how much consumers could save, Canada’s competition watchdog said on Wednesday. 146 more words

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