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Send money via Facebook Messenger using PayPal, here is how

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Send money via Facebook Messenger using PayPal, here is how

Last year, PayPal partnered with Facebook Messenger, allowing more than 2.5 million US customers to connect their accounts, use PayPal to shop on Messenger and enable Messenger as a means of communication for PayPal users.
Online payment gateway PayPal has allowed American people to send and request money via Facebook Messenger using PayPal accounts. (Reuters)
Online payment gateway PayPal has allowed American people to send and request money via Facebook Messenger using PayPal accounts. PayPal is the leader in peer-to-peer (P2P) payments with $24 billion in P2P volume during the third quarter of 2017 alone (up 47 per cent year-over-year). The ability to send and request money in Messenger gives people more choice and more convenient ways to get things done in different contexts. 
“Whether it’s splitting a bill for a cab ride or a night out, paying for your share of the rent, or making sure you get paid back for mom’s birthday p…
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Shots fired inside Ford's Woodhaven Stamping Plant; building evacuated


WOODHAVEN, Mich. - Police are responding to the report of shots fired at Ford's Woodhaven Stamping Plant.  Police first were calling this an active situation, then confirmed shots were fired inside the plant. Woodhaven police said their officers are responding. Michigan State Police also have sent several units to the plant. 
The building has been evacuated.  No injuries have been reported.  UPDATE 9:15 a.m.: Police said the threat is no longer present and the scene is now secure. No injuries have been reported. UPDATE: 9:25 a.m.: Police said shots were fired inside the plant. Officers are sweeping the building. Watch live coverage above. Security at the plant said the building was evacuated. No other details are available at this time.  The plant is located on West Road near I-75
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Apple Michigan Avenue opens to the public Friday

CHICAGO (WLS) --



Apple's new flagship opens Friday along the Chicago River, in a debut that has gained attention from across the nation.

Apple Michigan Avenue opens at 5 p.m. The party will include music and special guests as customers get a chance to browse merchandise in the new space, which looks like a giant laptop from the outside!
Long lines and a mad dash to be the first to check out the sleek interior are expected. Apple's iconic long wooden tables will feature iPhones, iPads, Apple watches and computers for sale. Hasem Bajwa, director of in-store programming, told ABC7 Eyewitness News the flagship is not thought of as a store, but an experience, with a focus on training customers on how best to use their products.
"We don't even call it a store anymore. We think of this as Apple Michigan Avenue. It's a place for the community to gather and be inspired and learn," Bajwa said.