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Walgreens partnering with "Uber Eats" for on-demand delivery

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Walgreens partnering with "Uber Eats" for on-demand delivery

Now you can get your Walgreens purchases delivered via Uber Eats.

Currently, customers can order "Top selling Walgreens retail items," but the pharmacy chain plans to eventually include its "entire assortment of more than 20,000 products," on the Uber Eats app.

That means, people will be able to order health and wellness items, beauty and personal care products, household essentials and over-the-counter medications.

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eBay sellers won't be allowed to use the marketplace to make a profit off of adult-only items.

This means movies, magazines, video games, and domain names.

Although, there are exceptions to the rule, "Most adult-only items" are prohibited from the marketplace.

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New data from research firm Ookla confirms T-Mobile's 5G network covers more interstate highway miles than any other wireless provider.

T-Mobile at 92% of all interstate miles, AT&T at 68%, and Verizon at 51%.

T-Mobile says this gives families the connectivity to keep gaming… streaming… and surfing the web as they hit the road.

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Mackenzie Scott donated $2.7 billion to organizations that focus on the arts and combating racial discrimination.

The settlement from Scott's 2019 divorce from Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, made her one of the richest people in the world.

This most recent donation brings her givings to more than $8.5 billion worth of donations in less than a year.

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