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  • Mike Bloomberg: Trump's solar tariff will 'destroy US jobs' and raise electric billsCNBC
  • Infant Social Security numbers are for sale on the dark webCNN
  • Tesla ‘on Autopilot’ slams into parked fire truck on freewaySan Jose Mercury
  • Trump's Solar Tariffs Mark Biggest Blow to Renewables YetBloomberg
  • Facebook engineer invents new unit of time, but loses his job before it gets approvedCNBC
  • IBM hasn't been this unimportant to the stock market in at least 40 yearsCNBC
  • Trump Slaps Steep Tariffs on Imported Washing Machines and Solar ProductsNew York Times
  • Trump to impose 30 percent tariff on solar cell importsCNBC
  • Dow surges 142 points to record, erasing earlier losses as Senate reaches deal to end shutdownCNBC
  • Nearly $400 million lost, stolen from sales of new digital coinsCNBC
  • Netflix market cap hits $100 billion for first time after adding more subscribers than expectedCNBC
  • Goldman issues a warning on bitcoin -- and an even bigger warning on EthereumMarketwatch
  • Rupert Murdoch: Facebook Should Pay for NewsHollywood Reporter
  • Ahead of Davos, even the 1 percent worry about inequalityWashington Post
  • Panicky Bitcoin investors struggle to withdraw cash from money exchanges as they look to ‘safe’ gold investments amid fears of cryptocurrency collapseThe Sun
  • Cramer: Wall Street largely shrugs off shutdown because traders view Washington as a 'comedy'CNBC
  • Russian Twitterbots are blaming the US shutdown on DemocratsQuartz
  • Bitcoin tanks more than 10 percent to start week to below $11,000 againCNBC
  • World finance now more dangerous than in 2008, warns central bank guruTelegraph
  • Malala and Apple launch major partnership to get 100,000 underprivileged girls into schoolThe Independent
  • Stocks making the biggest moves premarket: $JUNO $CELG $AIG $HAL $BIVV $ADM $DNKN $HOG $TWTR $WMT $XRX $UBS $MSFT $AAPL $LLYCNBC
  • Three richest own as much wealth as half of U.S.USA Today
  • People trust social media platforms less, trust journalism moreCBS News
  • US futures point to a negative open as US government shutdown weighsCNBC
  • Recent ‘Odd’ Market Moves May Be a Warning Sign for StocksBloomberg
  • Facebook says it can't guarantee social media is good for democracyReuters
  • Amazon's automated grocery store of the futureReuters
  • U.S. sanctions curb Microsoft sales to hundreds of Russian firmsReuters
  • Bitcoin could lose 90 percent of its valueCNBC
  • US stock futures fall on the government shutdownCNBC
  • Robot sacked from supermarket after alarming customersTelegraph
  • This Hearst ranch has raised cattle since 1865, now it also powers Apple's headquartersCNBC
  • Amazon's automated grocery store of the futurere/code
  • Amazon's automated grocery store will launch MondayCNBC
  • Apple's Tim Cook talks education, says he wouldn't want his nephew using social mediaApple Insider
  • Nations Seek the Elusive Cure for CyberattacksNew York Times
  • Feds sue three cryptocurrency operators for fraudNY Post
  • New AI helps predict when hospital patients will dieNY Post
  • Companies are paying employees to stay healthyNY Post
  • Pentagon's proposed plan to counter cyberattacks with nuclear weapons is terrifyingMashable
  • 'It's a no-brainer': are hydrogen cars the future?Guardian
  • Surge pricing has spread to Uber, movie theatres and now even our restaurants aren’t safeNews Limited
  • Twitter admits Russian propaganda more widespread than initially reportedCBS News
  • Facebook is going to start ranking news sources — once its users tell it how to rank news sourcesre/code
  • Earnings dominate the week ahead, but interest rates could be a big deal after bond market crushingCNBC
  • Onefinestay’s Innovative Bet to Stay Ahead of AirbnbBloomberg
  • Twitter to notify users exposed to Russian propaganda during U.S. elecReuters
  • Bitcoin’s recent drop underlines a major fear: fraud in the cryptocurrency marketMarketwatch
  • Amazon just hired a top Seattle doctor who ran a network of health clinicsCNBC
  • People are mad about empty shelves at Whole FoodsBoston Globe
  • Twitter: More than 677,000 U.S. users engaged with Russian troll accountsPolitico
  • Twitter finds over 1,000 new Russian-linked accountsThe Hill
  • Facebook is going to rank news sources based on how 'trustworthy' readers think they areBusiness Insider
  • ‘MAGA hat ready to burn’: Trump supporters start freaking out about one-on-one Schumer meetingRaw Story
  • Stocks look pricey, bonds look pricey. Is it time for investors to consider cash?Marketwatch
  • A.I. Has Arrived in Investing. Humans Are Still Dominating.New York Times
  • Google CEO: The future of work requires us to rethink how we educate workersNBC News
  • 'Fear of missing out' runs wild as record amount of money flows into stocks the last four weeksCNBC
  • Trump's market cheerleading tweets could end up fueling a bubbleCNBC
  • They Are Watching You—and Everything Else on the PlanetNational Geographic
  • Bill Gates' show jumper daughter broadcasts her VERY glam life on InstagramDaily Mail
  • Amazon is raising its monthly Prime membership rateCNBC
  • China orders banks to stop funding cryptocurrency as noose tightensSouth China
  • A government shutdown ‘could reintroduce investors to the fact that markets go down’Marketwatch
  • Stocks making the biggest moves premarket: $IBM $AXP $ACOR $LOW $FL $NKE $CP $GOOGL $BRKA $ADT $OSTK $SNAPCNBC
  • Retailers consider investing in online ‘Costco for millennials’NY Post
  • Why Companies Fear Disclosing CEO-to-Workers PayBloomberg
  • Cramer: I've never seen a market like this in my lifeCNBC
  • SEC says bitcoin funds raise 'investor protection issues'Reuters
  • U.S. workforce shortages bolster case for Fed rate hikesReuters
  • The bond market is about to do something that could spell trouble for stocksCNBC
  • IBM Reports Sales Gain, First Growth in 23 QuartersCNBC
  • Tim Cook tells Cramer: New tax law helped pave the way for Apple’s massive investment planCNBC
  • Dow closes 97 points lower as concern over government shutdown loomsCNBC
  • Apple didn't say it was hiring 20,000 new workers, nor bringing back all of its overseas cashMarketwatch
  • Uber’s Travis Kalanick paid $200,000 to the driver he insulted in a viral videoQuartz
  • Nintendo is making a bunch of weird DIY cardboard toys for the Switch and they’re awesomeThe Verge
  • Tide Pod challenge: YouTube blocks videos after poisoning fearsBBC
  • Bitcoin 'bubble' dwarfs dotcom boom, prices 'have a lot further to fall'ABC News
  • Amazon narrows list of cities for new headquarters to 20CNBC
  • Intel's security patches are causing computers to randomly restartCNBC
  • Stocks making the biggest moves premarket: $MS $WMT $WWW $LQ $AAPL $AA $MTB $ZZE $XRX $CBOE $SYMC $CMCSACNBC
  • Cryptocurrencies: Market manipulation a rising fearCBS News
  • South Korea is considering shutting down all virtual currency exchanges, regulator saysCNBC
  • Cramer calls Apple's $350 billion investment in the US economy a 'modern-day Marshall Plan'CNBC
  • Apple's latest security flaw is a 'text bomb'CNBC
  • The Winklevoss twins are no longer billionaires after bitcoin's price plungesThe Independent
  • Bitcoin Slips After Frantic Rally as Traders Await Fresh SignalsBloomberg
  • Apple plans new U.S. campus, to pay $38 billion in foreign cash taxesReuters
  • Pimco Says Lack of Fear in Markets Means You Should Be WorriedBloomberg
  • Apple to Pay $38 Billion in Taxes on Offshore CashNew York Times
  • Ripple co-founder loses $44 billion on paper during cryptocurrency crashCNBC
  • Early reviews heap praise on Tesla's Model 3, with a few caveatsCNBC
  • Apple is giving $2,500 stock awards to some employeesCNBC
  • Crypto Lending Site's Shutdown Renews Ponzi Scheme AllegationsBloomberg
  • Few large companies say they'll use tax savings to boost wagesCNBC
  • It looks like Apple is bringing back home nearly all of its $250 billion in foreign cashCNBC
  • Dow spikes more than 300 points, closes above 26,000 for the first timeCNBC
  • Apple plans to open a second US campus as part of expansionCNBC
  • Apple will inject $350 billion in the US economy over the next 5 yearsCNBC
  • Dow jumps 219 points, breaks above 26,000 once againCNBC
  • It takes 556 days and a hefty electricity bill to mine one bitcoin. Is it worth it?South China
  • 'Fuel to the fire': Fever for stocks reaches highest level in nearly 32 yearsCNBC
  • Stocks making the biggest moves premarket: $GS $BAC $TIF $AAPL $INTC $F $IBM $DG $DLTR $CSX $BA $JUNO $SD $ORCL $ICE $SIG $RIO $PZZA $SAFMCNBC
  • Bitcoin drops below $10,000 with $36 billion of value wiped off in a day as cryptocurrency sell-off deepensCNBC
  • Making Money on YouTube Just Got Much HarderPC Magazine
  • YouTube Subjecting All ‘Preferred’ Content to Human ReviewWall Street Journal
  • To Woo Amazon, Cities Tackle Everything From Traffic to HousingWall Street Journal
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