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Movie ticket company Fandango confirmed on Monday that it is signing an agreement with Wal-Mart to acquire TV and movie streaming service Vudu.
The companies expect the deal to close in the next few months.
Vudu customers won’t experience any disruption to their Vudu libraries.
We’ll also continue to be able to use Walmart’s digital movie and TV store on Walmart Comm.
Facebook on Monday confirmed it will remove groups and events that encourage people to define guidance on social distancing.
The move comes as some Americans are using Facebook to organize protests of business shutdowns and stay at home orders intended to slow the spread of the virus.
In an interview on Good Morning America, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, said events that ignore social distancing guidelines are considered harmful misinformation and will be taken down.
And finally, Uber is bolstering its delivery business as riders continued to stay home.
On Monday, the ride sharing service announced two new options.
It’s calling Uber direct and Uber Connect.
In a blog post Uber says that direct builds upon Uber Eats is recent expansion into grocery and convenience store delivery, to allow shoppers to place orders through apps which Uber will deliver.
In the US, the company says it’s partnering with cabinet, an online pharmacy to deliver over the counter medication to those in New York.
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