Let’s agree that Canada should try to become a player in the electric-vehicle business. Carbon neutral means ditching internal-combustion and diesel engines, and as the economies that make machines that move people around tend to be the world-beaters, let’s go for it. Read More
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The $2.2 trillion CARES Act passed in March sent most Americans a one-time $1,200 stimulus check.
Most Americans saw that $1,200 stimulus check automatically deposit into their bank accounts. However, Americans who did not submit a 2019 tax return were required to provide additional information to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). That information includes their name, address, date of birth, Social Security number, bank account information, and personal information of their dependents.
And the deadline to do so is fast approaching: Non-filers must submit their information to the IRS by Saturday, November 21 at 3 pm in order to register for the $1,200 stimulus payment. You can submit that information here.
There could be a fair amount of money on the line, depending on your situation. The … Read the rest
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BuzzFeed is buying the HuffPost online news service from Verizon, marking the latest shake-up for new-media publishers.
BuzzFeed and Verizon’s media arm also agreed to syndicate each other’s content in a broader partnership, the companies said in a statement Thursday. As part of the deal, Verizon is acquiring a minority stake in BuzzFeed, which will use the telecom giant’s advertising platform to reach more customers. Specific terms weren’t disclosed.
The deal is a reunion of sorts for BuzzFeed CEO Jonah Peretti, who co-founded HuffPost.
“I have vivid memories of growing HuffPost into a major news outlet in its early years, but BuzzFeed is making this acquisition because we believe in the future of HuffPost and the potential it has to continue to define the media landscape for years to come,” Peretti said in the statement.
The Wall Street Journal previously reported on the deal.
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