(CBS)- Sprint is looking to attract more customers by cutting prices. The nation's third-largest wireless carrier is expected to announce new pricing plans this week. New CEO Marcelo Claure says he wants to make every customer in America think twice about signing up to a competitor. According to the Wall Street Journal, Sprint tested one pricing plan in Chicago that offered unlimited talk, text and data for 50 dollars a month.
(CBS)- Night owls can soon do more of their shopping at Target. Starting this month the retailer will stay open until 11pm or midnight at more than half of its stores, part of plan to lure Americans away from online shopping. Target stores typically close at 10 on weekdays. The new hours will run through the holidays.
(CBS)- Facebook is testing a new tag for posts satire. It will be used to mark fake news stories from sites like the Onion. Facebook says some users gave feedback saying they want a better way to distinguish fake new articles from real ones.
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