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Lowe's layoffs, Siri snooping and other MoneyWatch headlines

CBS News Friday, 2 August 2019
Lowe's is laying off thousands of workers, Apple is stopping outside contractors from listening to Siri, and Google is letting European Android users choose their own search engine.
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