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Trump's Solar Tariffs Are Clouding the Industry's Future
ZEBULON, N.C. - At this century-old farm just outside Durham, symmetrical rows of shining blue solar panels have replaced the soybeans and tobacco that Tommy Vinson and his family used to grow here.
New tariffs could raise price of washing machines, hurt solar industry jobs  ABC News
Trump's solar tariffs won't boost the government's bottom line  The Hill
Bloomberg  
Disney to give $1000 bonuses to over 125000 workers
Disney union members were considering whether to approve a new contract to give workers at least a 50-cent hourly wage increase for each of the next two years.
Disney to give $1000 bonuses to 125000 employees and create a higher ...  Los Angeles Times
Disney to Give Employees $1000 Bonuses in Wake of Tax Reform  Bloomberg
Budweiser falls from top three US beer favorites
The king of beers has officially been dethroned. Budweiser no longer is among the top three best-selling beers in the U.S., according to Beer Marketer's Insights, as people drink less beer or switch to craft brews, wine or spirits.
Budweiser Isn't Among America's 3 Most Popular Beers  U.S. News & World Report
End of an era: Millennials brought about the downfall of one of America' ...  Business Insider
Senate confirms Powell for Fed chair, handing Trump's pick enormous influence ...
The Senate overwhelmingly confirmed Jerome H. Powell as the next chairman of the Federal Reserve on Tuesday, voting 84 to 13 to give President Trump's nominee a four-year term as one of the most powerful stewards of the global economy.
Senate Confirms Jerome H. Powell as Fed Chairman  New York Times
Powell Approved by Senate to Succeed Yellen as Fed Chair  Bloomberg
Kimberly-Clark Cutting 5000 Jobs Amid Pressure on Prices
Kimberly-Clark, the maker of Huggies and Kleenex, is laying off about 13 percent of its work force and shedding factories worldwide, amid declining birthrates that are affecting diaper sales and a retail price war that is weighing on profits.
Huggies' owner Kimberly-Clark to slash 5000 jobs, close 10 factories  CNBC
Kimberly-Clark, maker of Kleenex and Huggies, says tax bill helps fund plan ...  Washington Post
Bob Lutz And Tesla: The Difference Between The Old Economy And The New
Enrique Dans , Contributor Teaching and consulting in the innovation field since 1990 Opinions expressed by Forbes Contributors are their own.
How Tesla's Elon Musk Could Become the World's Richest Person ...  Fortune
Elon Musk Will Not Get Paid Unless Tesla Meets Ambitious Goals  Slate Magazine
Tesla in Autopilot mode crashes into fire truck
A Tesla Model S crashed into a fire truck while driving down a California highway, according to Culver City, California, firefighters.
Feds to investigate Tesla crash driver blamed on Autopilot  CNBC
Tesla Model S on 'Autopilot' Crashes into Fire Engine on Los Angeles ...  Fortune
United's 4Q Profit Rises 46 Percent, Beats Street Forecasts
FILE - In this Sept. 9, 2015, file photo, a United Airlines jet lands at Newark Liberty International Airport in Newark, N.J. United Continental Holdings, Inc. reports earnings, Tuesday, Jan. 23, 2018.
United Continental fourth-quarter profit tops estimates, then shares fall  CNBC
United Airlines Expects Fares to Rebound  Bloomberg
Uber hires first-ever chief diversity and inclusion officer
Uber confirmed on Tuesday that it will hire Bo Young Lee to be its first-ever chief diversity and inclusion officer. Lee is currently the global head of diversity and inclusion at financial services firm Marsh & McLennan.
Meet Uber's First Diversity Officer  Fortune
Uber hires chief diversity officer, the third but most senior person to lead ...  USA TODAY
Bank of America customers protest requirements for free checking with Change ...
Some Bank of America customers are protesting a rule change that makes it harder for consumers with low balances to continue receiving free checking.
Should Checking Accounts Be Free?  Forbes
Bank of America ends free checking option, causing customer uproar  Chicago Tribune