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Could Amazon's new headquarters flip the presidential vote in a swing state?
Amazon promises its second headquarters will add as many as 50,000 jobs. That's a lot. It's bigger than Donald Trump's 44,292-vote margin in Pennsylvania, a state that has two cities (Pittsburgh and Philadelphia) in the final 20 contenders.
If Chicago lands Amazon's HQ2, will scores of residents be priced out of ...  Chicago Tribune
Could one city fly, fly away with Amazon's HQ2 prize? Here's who has ...  GeekWire
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What's happening at the IRS during the shutdown
The U.S. government is closed. And if it doesn't reopen by Monday, Americans expecting refunds or waiting to hear back from the IRS on an existing audit or other tax matter may be out of luck.
From Tax Refunds to Restrooms, What the Shutdown Has Shut Down  Bloomberg
Who is affected when Government shutdown  Week Facts
Serial plane stowaway foils TSA again
The 66-year-old “serial stowaway” was caught yet again after sneaking through security at Chicago's O'Hare Airport last week without a ticket or passport - but not before she made it all the way to London.
Serial stowaway sneaks onto O'Hare plane, flies to London: cops  Chicago Tribune
Serial stowaway busted for sneaking past TSA, boarding London-bound plane ...  New York Daily News
Google CEO Reaffirms Firing James Damore Was the Way to Go, 'I Don't Regret It'
Google CEO Sundar Pichai isn't rattled by former engineer James Damore's lawsuit against the tech giant for alleged discrimination against white, conservative men, at least according to remarks he made this week to MSNBC and Recode .
Google's CEO has no problem releasing employees from nondisclosure ...  Recode
Google Executives Pledge to Scour More Content Ahead of Midterm Elections  Bloomberg
Two bitcoin traders charged with fraud
The federal government is continuing to clamp down on the fast-moving market for cryptocurrencies, charging two bitcoin traders with fraud on Thursday.
Staten Island-based 'CabbageTech' charged with bitcoin-related fraud ...  CNBC
US CFTC sues three virtual currency operators for fraud  Reuters
Mike Moritz and the declining America worker
The major money quote about Silicon Valley is this: “In recent months, there have been complaints about the political sensibilities of speakers invited to address a corporate audience; debates over the appropriate length of paternity leave or work-life ...
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Amazon's Monthly Prime Price Hike Might Just Be Followed by an Annual Hike
It's been almost four years since Amazon last hiked the price of Prime's annual U.S. plan. And the service offers a lot more now than it did then.
Cramer: I'm fine with Amazon raising monthly Prime prices because it' ...  CNBC
Delta Air Lines Tightens Rules for Service and Support Animals
Delta Air Lines said on Friday that it was tightening its rules for transporting service and support animals in an effort to reduce misbehavior by dogs and other creatures that air carriers are required by law to allow on board.
Delta Air Lines Gets Ready to Expand Again in Seattle and Boston  Motley Fool
Delta sets new guidelines on service animals allowed on board
Coca-Cola Is Grappling With Our Karmic Anxiety Over All That Trash We Make
"By the time you've read this far, an estimated 40,000 plastic bottles have already made their way into our oceans." Posted on January 20, 2018, at 8:01 a.m.. Venessa Wong. BuzzFeed News Reporter. Share On facebook Share · Share On vk Share · Share On ...
Coca Cola has big plans to go green  CBS46 News Atlanta
Coca-Cola plans to recycle a bottle for every one it sells by 2030  WIMS AM 1420
Internal documents reveal that Whole Foods is leaving some shelves empty on ...
Whole Foods' corporate office has started requiring stores to leave shelves empty when they run out of products as part of its new inventory management system called order-to-shelf, or OTS.
Major changes to Whole Foods under Amazon please some, leave others steaming  Austin Business Journal
Whole Foods customers angry over shortages; employees blame ' ...  Fox News