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   Walmart's own version of Prime Day starts later today: Here are the top deals coming soon - CNET  2020/10/11 17:24:00 CNET
The savings start at 4:00 p.m. PT and you can save on TVs, Roku, vacuums and more.
   Amazon's very different Prime Day could render Black Friday an afterthought - CNET  2020/10/10 13:00:16 CNET
It could also be so big this year that it'll even benefit rivals like Walmart and Target too.
   14 affordable skincare companies that prove expensive doesn't always mean better  2020/10/09 20:55:00 Business Insider
Summary List Placement Sometimes a skincare splurge is worth it , but there are plenty of affordable options that can cover all the bases. Below are 14 affordable skincare brands that make under-$50 skincare basics we like to stock in our own cabinets. Read more: The Insider Reviews team tests hundreds of skincare brands each year. These are the 18 we keep coming back to in our everyday lives. Sign up for Insider Reviews' weekly newsletter for more buying advice and great deals . Skincare, with its never-ending carousel of options and well-funded marketing campaigns, can be confusing and expensive to shop. Without expert recommendations or the time and funds to do all the field-testing on your own, it's sometimes tempting to just trust whatever is priciest because, hey, if it's this expensive, it must be good, right? But that's not necessarily true — and, often, it isn't the case after a certain threshold. It's no great secret that certain clinical heavy-hitters work, or that products sold for $30 can be made by the same cosmetics teams that work on $300 tubs of cream.
   Amazon Prime Day runs from October 13 to 14, but you can use credit card points from Citi, Amex, and more to save on Amazon purchases year-round  2020/10/09 20:50:00 Business Insider
Summary List Placement Amazon Prime Day 2020 will run from October 13 to 14. Prime Day offers discounts on a huge variety of items, and it's possible to save even more by "stacking" credit card rewards offer. You can pay for Amazon purchases with various credit card points, but the best options are the various "use one point" promotions offered by Amex, Citi, and Chase. Using a credit card that offers rewards or bonus cash back on Amazon purchases can help you save money on Prime Day as well. See Business Insider's list of the best Amazon Prime Day deals » Amazon Prime Day 2020 is just around the corner. From October 13 to 14, the online retailer will be offering Amazon Prime members discounts on everything from tech to kitchen supplies to clothing. This event is a great way to save money on the contents of your Amazon cart, and you could be able to "stack" deals to save even more on purchases, during Prime Day and beyond. Credit card points programs offer plenty of ways to redeem rewards for Amazon purchases, but they're not all created equal, and in many cases, knocking down your Amazon bill isn't the highest-value way to redeem your points.
   TikTok will be around until at least after the presidential election. Here's what that means for the app's future.  2020/10/09 17:46:49 Business Insider
Summary List Placement The Trump administration's attempts to issue an unprecedented nationwide ban on TikTok will be delayed until at least after Election Day 2020. A federal judge has scheduled a hearing for November 4, the day after the presidential election, to make a decision on whether the US government's ban of the viral video-sharing app can be implemented later in the month. The government's attempt at instating its first part of the ban is already being stymied by a temporary injunction granted last month, which the Trump administration appealed on Thursday. But the impending calendar date is still a month away, meaning there's ample time for TikTok and its Beijing-based owner ByteDance to make further moves to ensure the app's future in the US. The delay gives TikTok even further leeway as it grapples to survive in a months-long battle characterized by political jockeying and back-and-forth negotiations. But come November 4, a federal judge will be tasked with deciding whether to block the US government's planned ban, which would take place on November 12 without obstruction.
   TikTok's Chinese owner contradicted 2 of Trump's key boasts about its deal with Walmart and Oracle  2020/09/21 10:26:28 Business Insider
Summary List Placement TikTok may have got the White House greenlight for a US tie-up with Oracle and Walmart, but its parent firm ByteDance would like to check some of President Trump's boasts about the deal. In statements on Monday, ByteDance appeared to fact-check Trump, who on Saturday gave his "blessing" to the Oracle-Walmart deal. ByteDance on Monday put out a press statement titled "clarifying groundless rumors about TikTok" (per Bloomberg's translation). Although ByteDance did not explicitly identify President Trump as the source of these "rumors," it contradicted two statements from him about the deal. 1. "It will have nothing to do with China" The president asserted on Saturday that the deal struck between Oracle, Walmart, and ByteDance would create a new company with no connection to China. "It'll be a brand new company. It will have nothing to do with any outside land, any outside country, it will have nothing to do with China," Trump said. While it is true that the deal will involve setting up a new entity called TikTok Global which will be headquartered in the US, ByteDance — which is based in Beijing — said it will retain an 80% stake in the company.
   ByteDance Denies Most Of Trump's Claims On TikTok Deal With Oracle, Walmart  2020/09/21 08:58:35 Benzinga
ByteDance is shooting down the U.S. optimism surrounding the TikTok deal with Walmart Inc (NYSE: WMT ), and Oracle Corporation (NYSE: ORCL ). What Happened: Neither U.S. company will not gain ownership rights for TikTok’s video recommendation algorithms or the technology that powers the app, ByteDance said in a statement in Chinese, according to CNBC. Oracle will only have "the authority to check the source code" for TikTok in the U.S. ByteDance also said in a statement, it would continue to hold an … Full story available on Benzinga.com
   Trump gives TikTok his blessing in deal with Oracle and Walmart  2020/09/21 06:52:57 SiliconRepublic
Trump has given Oracle and Walmart the green light to take a shared 20pc stake in ByteDance-owned social media platform TikTok.
   Confusión en TikTok: Bytedance dice que mantendrá el control de la filial de EE UU  2020/09/21 06:00:55 Cinco Dias El Pais
La firma china contradice los términos del pacto anunciados de Oracle y Walmart
   Walmart Launches New Fashion Line To Woo Customers With 'Familiar, Timeless Pieces'  2020/09/21 05:35:12 Benzinga
Walmart Inc (NYSE: WMT ) is launching a new fashion line for both men and women dubbed “Free Assembly,” which will debut this week, CNBC reported Monday. What Happened: The new clothing range would be available online as well as the retail giant’s 250 stores, according to CNBC. Dwight Fenton, the former chief creative officer at company-owned Bonobos, reportedly designed the Free Assembly apparel. The new brand’s clothing would include “familiar, timeless pieces,” according to Fenton. Items in the range are priced from $9 to $45. “We believe … Full story available on Benzinga.com
   Have you seen the deals in Walmart’s huge sale? Here are the best ones  2020/09/11 15:32:14 BGR
Walmart is hosting a huge sale on its website that most people aren't even aware of. With more than 1,700 deals across every conceivable product category, you won't believe some of the deals you'll find. We've rounded up a few of our favorite bargains from Walmart's big "Savings Spotlight" sale right here in this post. You can't even imagine how good the deals are right now over in the BGR Deals channel. Some highlights include FDA-authorized KN95 face masks on Amazon that filter even better than 3M masks discounted to just $2.63 each, real NIOSH N95 masks from Moldex and Harley Brand in stock and ready to ship, Purell 8oz pump bottles and Purell 20oz pump bottles that are discounted and sold directly by Amazon, phenomenal deals on AirPods Pro and AirPods 2 with the lowest prices of 2020, the international version of Sony's best-selling WH1000XM3 ANC headphones for $248.99 instead of $350, some of the best Instant Pot deals we've seen in months, a stunning LG 70-inch 4K smart TV for just $685.95, other smart TV deals including a 50-inch Toshiba for $269.99 and brand new Insignia Fire TVs starting at $99.99, the ultimate Dyson cordless stick vacuum that you've probably never even heard of, deep discounts on luxurious bed sheets and plush pillows , the $250 Nest Learning Thermostat in sleek black for just $219, Roku player deals from $29, and more.
   Trump’s TikTok ban leaves Apple, Google stuck  2020/09/11 12:09:44 Economic Times India
By Shelly BanjoIt's looking increasingly likely that TikTok won’t be able to sell its U.S. operations by the mid-September deadline imposed in an executive order issued by President Donald Trump last month. That doesn’t mean the video app beloved by tens of millions of teens will go dark overnight.Trump on Thursday said he wouldn’t extend a Sept. 20 deadline for a deal. But ByteDance Ltd., TikTok’s Chinese owner, may need more time to negotiate with suitors after new regulations from Beijing complicated the deal. The president has said if a deal isn’t done by the specified date then he’ll shut down TikTok.But Unlike India, which recently banned the app and immediately severed users’ access, the U.S. doesn't afford the president the authority to close down a social media site or require service providers to block access to an app. So TikTok could remain on people’s phones and they’d still be able to create dance videos, at least for a while.Experts say the more likely scenario would be requiring Apple Inc. and Alphabet Inc.’s Google to kick TikTok out of their app stores and cut off access to developer tools, preventing new downloads and subsequent software updates to current users.
   PayPal's buy now, pay later launch is kicking off the next wave of adoption. Here's what it means for startups and banks competing in the space.  2020/09/11 12:00:00 Business Insider
Summary List Placement Buy now, pay later is taking off amid the coronavirus pandemic, with e-commerce becoming more prevalent and consumers looking for ways to stretch their dollars. And while startups like Affirm, Afterpay, and Klarna created plenty of buzz in the space, incumbents are stepping in, kicking off the next wave of point-of-sale financing. Earlier this year, Goldman Sachs partnered with JetBlue, offering buy now, pay later via its Marcus platform. And Amex has continued to expand its no-interest installment product, Pay It Plan It, to more cards. Most recently, PayPal announced it will offer a six-week interest-free installment product to all US merchants that offer PayPal as a way to pay at checkout. "The Pay in 4 installment product specifically is an interest-free buy now, pay later way for consumers to pay, and it will drive higher conversions without retailers taking additional risk or cost," Doug Bland, SVP of global credit at PayPal, told Business Insider. "The backdrop of all of this is, given the challenging and uncertain times that we're living in, we felt it was more important than ever to provide this solution, which will help both retailers and consumers alike," Bland said.
   Trump gives TikTok 4 days to sell its US business or face closure  2020/09/11 10:17:16 Business Insider
Summary List Placement President Trump won't give TikTok extra time to seal a sale of its US operations, and said the firm only has until September 15 to find a buyer. Speaking to reporters on Thursday, Trump said: "We'll see what happens. It'll either be closed up or they'll sell it. So we'll either close up TikTok in this country for security reasons, or it'll be sold." He added: "I'm not extending deadlines, no. It's September 15th. There'll be no extension of the TikTok deadline." Trump's affirmation came the same day Bloomberg reported White House officials were considering pushing back the deadline to give TikTok's parent company ByteDance more time to navigate new technology export laws passed by Beijing on August 28. Those new laws have complicated sale talks, since Chinese tech firms must now gain a special licence before trading with foreign entities. The Wall Street Journal also reported Thursday that ByteDance is investigating whether it can negotiate a deal where it doesn't have to divest its US business at all.
   KR Stock Investors Looking Past Pandemic and Questioning Performance  2020/09/11 09:16:51 InvestorPlace
KR stock has gone from $25/share to $35 during the pandemic, but holding that level against Walmart could prove difficult.