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A coalition of major retailers called on Congress Thursday to implement stricter legislation to increase transparency on e-commerce platforms in a bid to deter criminals from being able to easily resell stolen goods online.
Tyson, the largest American meat company by sales, said that it has invested around $70 million this year and will invest more than $500 million in 2022 as it automates many labor-intensive sections like deboning chicken products.
Based on data from the quarterly CNBC All-America Economic Survey, people are willing to spend $1,004 on average for buying gifts, an increase of about 13 percent from 2020 and the highest in three years.
The decision drew immediate pushback, with experts noting that young, healthy people are at low risk of severe COVID-19 and at elevated risk of heart inflammation following vaccination.
In a news release, the technology corporation said that a federal court in Virginia had granted Microsoft's Dec. 2 request to allow its Digital Crimes Unit to seize the U.S.-based websites.
Adam Mosseri, CEO of Instagram, said in a blog post that the company is rolling out new safety features aimed at the app's youngest users, with a view to "keeping them safe" on the platform.