Trump signs internet privacy repeal

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Trump signs internet privacy repeal

The Hill
President Trump signed a bill on Monday repealing internet privacy rules passed last year by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) that would have given internet users greater control over what service providers can do with their data, a White …

US tells companies not to overlook qualified Americans
WASHINGTON – The Trump administration has issued a stern warning to U.S. companies as they begin applying for coveted skilled-worker visas, cautioning that it would investigate and prosecute those who overlook qualified American workers for jobs.

Sotheby’s Sets World Record Selling $71 Million Pink Diamond

Sotheby’s sold a 59.6 carat pink diamond for about $71 million in Hong Kong, setting the world record for the top auction price for any gem.

Tesla Passes Ford in Market Value as Investors Bet on the Future

New York Times
DETROIT – The record pace of auto sales in the United States is slowing down, leaving investors increasingly bearish on auto stocks.

Cyborgs at work – the company microchipping its employees

(AP Photo) Tiny microchips help with simple tasks like opening locked doors and operating office printers. (AP Photo) An employee uses his microchip to unlock a door.

AOL-Yahoo brands won’t go away under post-merger umbrella ‘Oath,’ AOL chief says

The new name behind a combined Yahoo and AOL is about linking brands and values, AOL CEO Tim Armstrong told CNBC on Tuesday. “We wanted something that would be a name that would connect all the brands – Yahoo, AOL, Huffington Post, …

Equal Pay Fight Heats Up Across U.S. With or Without Trump

In Anna Moeller’s first job in government, she served as an assistant village manager in the Illinois hamlet of Lake in the Hills.

Which Bank Stocks Does Warren Buffett Own?

Motley Fool
The Oracle of Omaha has shares of six banks in Berkshire Hathaway’s portfolio, with a seventh potentially on the way. Matthew Frankel.

At Trump’s EPA, Less Science and More Industry

Congress and the Trump administration are planning sweeping changes in how science is used to govern public health. Controversy over climate change may be getting all the attention right now, but legislation under consideration would transform the way …

NJ Transit train derailment: How to navigate day 2 of this mess
NJ Transit trains figure to be far more crowded than usual on Tuesday morning following the derailment at New York Penn Station on Monday that has continued to cause service disruptions.

Uber gets creative with drivers, uses psychological tricks

Uber has reportedly used a tool chest of tricks to keep drivers continuously shuttling around passengers. Uber. We all know that video games are addictive.

Iran’s Aseman Airlines signs up to buy at least 30 Boeing jets

Ground crew members escort a Boeing 737 MAX as it returns from a flight test at Boeing Field in Seattle, Washington January 29, 2016.

RBA’s Lowe Lashes Out at Australian Banks for Risky Home Lending

Australia’s central bank Governor Philip Lowe rebuked the nation’s banks over lax lending practices and warned regulators are prepared to consider further prudential measures to steps announced last week.

J. Crew’s Parting With Once-Prized Top Merchant Echoes Retail’s Woes

Around 2010, J. Crew was riding a heady cultural moment. Then-first Lady Michelle Obama, whose style-icon bonafides were burnishing, was turning up at official events and on late night talk shows in J. Crew duds, placing the brand in the national …

Within Hours, Plans for a Quiet Corner of China Send Home Prices Soaring

New York Times
A government seal blocks the gates of a development in Hebei province after an order banned new property sales in a special economic zone there.

The end is near for Bertha: After nearly 2 miles in 4 years, tunnel machine about to break through

The Olympian
Bertha, the massive tunnel boring machine that drilled a nearly 2-mile tunnel to replace the 60-year-old Alaskan Way Viaduct, is shown in a photo taken with a fisheye wide-angle lens in July 2013 before it moved underground later in the month in Seattle.

Nvidia’s stock drops after analyst downgrade to bearish rating

Shares of Nvidia Corp. NVDA, -0.50% dropped 3.1% in premarket trade Tuesday, after Pacific Crest turned bearish, citing concerns that the graphics chip maker may have already captured so much of the available market that growth could become a problem.

S Korean carmakers feel impact of China anti-Thaad sentiment

Financial Times
China’s backlash over the deployment of a US missile shield is denting sales at South Korean carmakers, amid heightened competition with fast-growing local automakers.

Panera Bread’s Takeover Alternative Is To Become The Next Dunkin’ Brands

After over a quarter century it appears popular soup, salad and sandwich chain Panera Bread is poised to end its epic run on public markets, which netted shareholders a 15%-plus compound annual return since the early 1990s, after Bloomberg reported of

Amazon launches Amazon Cash, a way to shop its site without a bank card

Amazon this morning announced the launch of Amazon Cash, a new service that allows consumers to add cash to their balance by showing a barcode at a participating retailer, then having the cash applied immediately to their online Amazon …

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