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Right and Left React to the FCC's Vote on Net Neutrality Rules
The political news cycle is fast, and keeping up can be overwhelming. Trying to find differing perspectives worth your time is even harder.
Don't Be Afraid of the Net Neutrality Repeal  Bloomberg
Net neutrality is dead — what happens next?  The Verge
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Ryanair to Recognize Unions Even Though Hell Hasn't Frozen Over
A Boeing 737 aircraft, operated by Ryanair Holdings Plc, prepares to land at Dublin Airport in Dublin, Ireland. Photographer: Aidan Crawley/Bloomberg.
Ryanair offers to recognise unions in historic shift to try to avert strikes  Reuters
Ryanair to recognise unions to prevent pilots' strike before Christmas  The Guardian
Residential, utility solar installation falls due to investment trends, Tesla
The third quarter of 2017 has been an unusually slow one for the solar industry, according to a report from GTM Research released on Thursday.
Tesla Solar Installations Drag On Entire US Home Solar Market  ValueWalk
SolarCity's Sales Drop Is Darkening Solar's Prospects Around the Country  Gizmodo
An $846000 Inheritance Got Lost In Transit. That Was In February
It has been more than nine months since a family in Canada realized that UPS lost a bank draft worth $846,000 (Canadian) that was sent to an inheritor.
After losing family's $846K inheritance, UPS offers to refund $32 ...  New York Post
UPS Lost a Man's Nearly $700000 Inheritance—And Offered $32 as ...  Fortune
Unilever to sell spreads business to KKR for $8 billion
REUTERS - Unilever has agreed to sell its margarine and spreads business to U.S. private equity firm KKR for 6.83 billion euros ($8.04 billion) to concentrate on faster growing products.
Unilever's Spreads Have Found a New Home  Bloomberg
Form 6-K UNILEVER NV For: Dec 15  StreetInsider.com
A New York woman accused of sending bitcoin to ISIS could spend 90 years in prison
The US Department of Justice says the 27-year-old New Yorker funnelled $62,000 to the group via bitcoin and other currencies. She is standing trial in New York and faces 90 years in prison if convicted.
US woman used bitcoin to move cash to Islamic State, police say  BBC News
Feds charge New York woman with sending bitcoins to support ISIS  Ars Technica
Bitcoin: New Financial System or Same Old Boys' Club?
As the price of Bitcoin soared to record highs this week—$10,000, $15,000, then $17,000—the meteoric rise that turned early investors into paper billionaires fueled talk of how the cryptocurrency and its underlying technology, blockchain, could ...
Bitcoin hits new record high as warnings grow louder  Reuters
Buying Bitcoin with Debt Stinks of Bubbles  Cointelegraph (Bitcoin, Cryptocurrency and Blockchain News)
What Now, CSX?
Shareholders accepted a big upfront cost to hire CEO Hunter Harrison. Now he's ill, and much internal talent has left. By. Brooke Sutherland.
The Drop in CSX is Overdone: Here's How to Play It  Nasdaq
CSX Stock Sinks After CEO Hunter Harrison Takes Medical Leave  TheStreet.com
Chicken Wing Company Says NFL Player Protests Are Hurting Sales
First it was pizza. Now the NFL is catching flack for hurting sales of another game-time favorite: chicken wings. A slump in chicken wing prices has Sanderson Farms Inc., one of the nation's biggest poultry producers, wondering aloud if the player ...
LIVESTOCK HIGHLIGHTS: Top Stories of the Day  Fox Business
One of the biggest chicken wing providers in the US is blaming the NFL for ...  Business Insider
VIDEO: Woman gets angry at Starbucks customers for speaking Korean
WALNUT CREEK, Calif. (KRON) - News 2's sister station KRON has obtained new video of a heated exchange in a California Starbucks.
Watch Starbucks Customer Removed After Telling People Speaking Korean: ' ...  International Business Times