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Where to watch Trump’s presidential inauguration online -

Where to watch Trump’s presidential inauguration onlineToday is the day: President-elect Donald Trump is now in Washington, ready to be inaugurated as the 45th president of the United States. The festivities have already started, and the major networks are all broadcasting live from today’s event on television, which will include the swearing-in ceremony, performances from Three Doors Down, Toby Keith, and Chrisette Michele, and the inaugural parade. YouTube probably the easiest destination for watching the inauguration, as multiple outlets like ABC, NBC, Fox, and Telemundo are all streaming live from the event.

Fri, 20 Jan 2017 10:45:47 -0500
Here's Why the Galaxy Note 7 Exploded -

Here's Why the Galaxy Note 7 ExplodedWhen Samsung's ill-fated Galaxy Note 7 smartphone began catching fire in the hands of users, most folks chalked it up to a faulty battery. The Korean tech giant plans to divulge exactly what went wrong with its fiery phablet at a special press conference on Monday (Jan. 23), though a new report may already have given us the answer. Citing "people familiar with the matter," The Wall Street Journal reports that the Note 7 explosions were due to a mix of some batteries being irregularly sized and others having manufacturing issues.

Fri, 20 Jan 2017 10:39:00 -0500
T. Rowe Price to recover $100 million from insurance after Dell error -

Logo of T. Rowe Price Group is pictured at its office in TokyoFund manager T. Rowe Price Group Inc. said in a securities filing this month it has entered into an insurance agreement to recover $100 million after it made a voting error in the 2013 buyout of Dell Inc. T. Rowe Price said in the filing dated Jan. 4 that it has recognized the insurance recovery in its fourth-quarter results, to be reported next week, offsetting a $166 million operating charge it took in the second quarter. T. Rowe Price's investment team had opposed the $25 billion buyout, saying it undervalued the computer maker, but the firm mistakenly voted clients shares "for" the merger. After a court dispute, T. Rowe Price made payments to clients to compensate them for the difference in valuation that other investors who opposed the deal were able to pursue.

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