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At Facebook, Employee Morale and Stock Price Both Take a Plunge

Employees paintings throughout the ‘War Room’ at Facebook’s headquarters in Menlo Park. By David Paul Morris/Bloomberg/Getty Images. Before Facebook workers had any inkling of the now-infamous New York Times record, which described the machinations of corporate leaders as they sought to deflect grievance and dodge law, they have been already …

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Vapers May Prompt Smokers to Quit

By Robert Preidt HealthDay Reporter FRIDAY, Nov. 16, 2018 (HealthDay News) — Could vapers be a just right affect on people who smoke? New analysis suggests that is so: Cigarette people who smoke who spent extra time with individuals who used digital cigarettes had …

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Brazil 1-0 Uruguay: Neymar penalty secures friendly win in London

Neymar has scored 13 targets in 16 appearances for Paris St-Germain this season A arguable Neymar penalty earned Brazil victory towards Uruguay in a fiercely contested friendly at Arsenal’s Emirates Stadium. The Paris St-Germain striker transformed from the spot after Diego Laxalt used to be harshly adjudged to have fouled …

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Stacey Abrams Ends Fight for Georgia Governor

His proposals, even though every now and then imprecise, extremely joyful conservatives: a “Track and Deport” plan that will “create a comprehensive database to track criminal aliens in Georgia”; new limits at the state’s funds, maintaining the federal government’s efforts to trap primary financial initiatives; and an intensified focal point …

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