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Bloomberg

Uber's Happy Days are Still a Long Way Off
Bloomberg
Last week, I said nobody was happy because Travis Kalanick was taking an indefinite leave of absence. His supporters didn't want him halfway out the door and his opponents wanted him all the way out. Now that he's resigned from Uber, I have to ask: is ...
Uber's CEO was brought down by a God complex—and that should scare the rest of Silicon ValleyQuartz
He Moved Fast and Broke UberSlate Magazine
'Nobody Is Perfect': Some Uber Employees Balk at Travis Kalanick's ExitNew York Times
Fortune -Washington Post -TechCrunch -Business Insider
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06:16am Fri, June 23, 2017

Washington Post

Trump visited this Boeing factory to celebrate jobs. It just announced layoffs
Washington Post
Five months ago at a Boeing factory in South Carolina, President Trump proclaimed, “We are going to fight for every last American job.” On Thursday, workers at the North Charleston plant learned they'd soon face layoffs. The airplane manufacturer ...
Layoffs announced at Boeing plant Trump visitedThe Hill
Trump Visited These Factories To Brag About Jobs. Now They're Laying Off Hundreds Of Workers.BuzzFeed News
Boeing plans job cuts at South Carolina facility where Trump declared he would 'fight for every last American job'Business Insider
CNNMoney -Washington Examiner -Jezebel -Raw Story
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05:29pm Thu, June 22, 2017

NPR

Man Accused Of Making Millions Of Robocalls Faces Biggest-Ever FCC Fine
NPR
Federal regulators on Thursday said they've identified "the perpetrator of one of the largest ... illegal robocalling campaigns" they have ever investigated. The Federal Communications Commission has proposed a $120 million fine for a Miami resident ...
Scammer who made 96 million robocalls should pay $120M fine, FCC saysArs Technica
FCC imposes largest-ever fine to robocall networkWashington Examiner
Miami Man Faces $120 Million Fine for 96-Million Robocall SpreeBloomberg
CBS News -Washington Post -U.S. News & World Report -Yahoo News
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04:06pm Thu, June 22, 2017

Reuters

US bans fresh Brazil beef imports over safety concerns
Reuters
A man cools cattle on a beached boat in the Amazon river, in the city of Manaus, Brazil, October 26, 2015. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly. 1/3. left. right. Cattle walk on a tract of Amazon rainforest that has been cleared by loggers and farmers near the city of ...
In major blow to Brazil, US suspends meat product importsWashington Post
US Halts Beef Imports From Brazil Amid Food-Safety ConcernBloomberg
USDA bans fresh Brazil beef imports over 'recurring' safety concernsUSA TODAY
BBC News -New York Times -Food Safety News -New York Post
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02:41am Fri, June 23, 2017

U.S. News & World Report

Toshiba Gets Earnings Report Extension, Faces Delisting Risk
U.S. News & World Report
Money-losing Japanese electronics and nuclear company Toshiba Corp. has until Aug. 10 to get auditors to sign off on its earnings statements, or else it faces the risk of getting delisted. June 23, 2017, at 5:12 a.m.. MORE. LinkedIn · StumbleUpon ...
Toshiba says open to talks with Western Digital over chip unit saleReuters
Troubled Toshiba flags deeper lossesBBC News
Why Toshiba Just Got WallopedTheStreet.com
Telegraph.co.uk -Evening Standard -Financial Times -The Japan Times
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03:11am Fri, June 23, 2017

Motley Fool

NVIDIA Stock: How Risky Is It?
Motley Fool
NVIDIA stock has been soaring, which arguably makes it at least somewhat more risky than it was not long ago. Beth McKenna. (TMFMcKenna). Jun 21, 2017 at 11:16AM. NVIDIA (NASDAQ:NVDA) stock has gone ballistic. It's returned 634% over the two-year ...
This Is Why Nvidia and AMD Continue to Ride the Cryptocurrency Mining WaveTheStreet.com
NVIDIA Corporation (NVDA) EVP Sells $9226858.77 in StockMarkets Daily
The Future Is Arriving... Big Gains Are Happening NowDaily Reckoning
Benchmark Monitor -BBNS -usstockjournal -Press Telegraph
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04:17pm Thu, June 22, 2017

MarketWatch

Oil prices edge up as big producers stick to cuts
MarketWatch
Oil prices ticked higher on Friday as the globe's largest producers expressed willingness to stick to output cuts, capping a tumultuous week for a market that continues to be plagued by a global glut. A second weekly decline in U.S. crude supplies ...
Oil in Bear Market Heads for Fifth Weekly Drop as Supply ClimbsBloomberg
Oil Edges Up, but Still Set for Biggest First Half Fall Since 1990sNew York Times
Why it's time to short oilCNBC
ForexLive -Economic Times -Moneycontrol.com -Seeking Alpha
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05:49am Fri, June 23, 2017

Fortune

Tesla Moves a Step Closer to Building Electric Cars in China
Fortune
Tesla took a step closer toward establishing an electric vehicle manufacturing plant in China with its announcement on Thursday that it is in exploratory talks with the Shanghai municipal government. Tesla has said it wants to build electric cars in ...
Tesla in Talks to Build Cars in ChinaPCMag
Tesla's Asia Moves Reflect A Wider StorySeeking Alpha
Tesla is shifting gears in China by manufacturing its own cars thereQuartz
The Australian -Hindustan Times -Barron's -New York Times
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04:49am Fri, June 23, 2017

Bloomberg

To Survive Amazon, Supermarkets Need to Get to Know You
Bloomberg
Walk into a grocery store 10 years from now, and you'll see more prepared meals, personalized recommendations and perhaps even an in-house restaurant. What you probably won't see is a random stockpile of food and a long line at the register.
Here's how the D-FW grocery market looks now before Amazon puts Whole Foods on the doorstepDallas News
Why It Would Be Shocking If Amazon Goes Out and Does a Whole Foods-Like Deal in ApparelTheStreet.com
Amazon's Whole Foods Buy Could Transform Retail CRESeeking Alpha
Business Insider -USA TODAY -Madison.com -Motley Fool
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05:00am Fri, June 23, 2017

Washington Post

China tightens online video controls, jolting investors
Washington Post
BEIJING — Three popular Chinese internet services have been ordered to stop streaming video after censors complained it contained improper comments on sensitive issues. The move prompted a sell-off in the U.S.-traded shares of Sina Corp. and its ...
BREAKINGVIEWS-Weibo walks blurry line between censors, investorsNasdaq
Don't Bet Against China's CensorsBloomberg
China clamps down on live-streaming servicesTechCrunch
CNET -Barron's -Wall Street Journal (subscription) -The Indian Express
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11:18pm Thu, June 22, 2017