The Morning Hype: Teens Don’t Like Facebook, More Sears Store Closures, and Coke’s Water Conservation Program Isn’t Conserving Much

The Morning Hype: Teens Don’t Like Facebook, More Sears Store Closures, and Coke’s Water Conservation Program Isn’t Conserving Much

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U.S Opens Investigation Into Criminal Activity from Traders Dealing in Frannie/Freddie Bonds (via Bloomberg)

Here Are All the Retaliatory Tariffs That EU/Canada/Mexico Levied On U.S (via Reuters)

Teens Are Staying Away From Facebook, Love YouTube and Instagram (via Gizmodo)

Samsonite CEO Ousted After Lying About Qualifications (via Fortune)

Amazon Responds to Australian Tax By Significantly Limiting Order Abilities for the Country (via Quartz)

Coke's Water-Neutral Initiative Doesn't Really Conserve That Much Water (via The Verge)

Facebook Shareholders Express Immense Criticism During Annual Meeting (via Mashable)

NYC Starts Program to Offer Reserved Parking for Car Share Services In Order to Combat Congestion (via Gothamist)

Sears to Close Even More Stores, Seriously How Are They Still Operating? (via Business Insider)

 

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One response to “The Morning Hype: Teens Don’t Like Facebook, More Sears Store Closures, and Coke’s Water Conservation Program Isn’t Conserving Much”

  1. samanthamerrill says:

    As to the FB part, the answer is simple — it's meaningless. Still according to writers who write my essay for me cheap, teens are not leaving as much as getting a second account that our parents dont know about, with a cool name like "Dragon Archer". I havent done it, but I constantly see new friends on FB like this, and then word of mouth tells me who it really is. There's no real timeline, or history to the other services. I wanna be able to look back when I am old, and see my life, and Facebook Timeline fits the bill perfectly. Someday peoples FB profiles will float above their graves in the cemetery, and you'll see them with Microsoft HoloLens or googlglass.

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