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Trade panel: Cheap imports hurt US solar industry
WASHINGTON - A U.S. trade panel has ruled that low-cost solar panels imported from China and other countries have caused serious injury to American manufacturers, raising the possibility of the Trump administration imposing tariffs that could double ...
Creating Test for Trump, Panel Says Imported Solar Gear Hurts US Firms  New York Times
Cheap, Foreign-Made Solar Panels Flooding The Market Are Hurting US ...  BuzzFeed News
Uber only has itself to blame for London license loss
The tech industry's over-processed supply of irony might not be enough to service all the ramifications of Uber being stripped of its London license by the city's transport regulator.
Uber Tops 500000 Signatures on Petition to Halt London Ban  Bloomberg
Britain's minister for London slams 'blanket ban' on Uber  Reuters
Walmart wants access to your fridge
Delivery workers who drop off Walmart groceries may soon also get access to your kitchen and stock your refrigerator - even if you're not home.
Cool or creepy? Walmart to deliver food and put it in fridge  CNNMoney
People Are Creeped Out by Walmart's New Delivery Service
Why the Equifax Breach Stings So Bad
A Volkswagen dealership in Kentucky. Data provided by Equifax and the other two big credit reporting agencies determines how much people pay when borrowing to buy cars or to make other major purchases.
Summit Credit Union sues Equifax over costs it expects due to data breach
I've Been Trying to Get My Free Credit Report Online. It's Basically ...  Mother Jones
SoftBank Is Said to Be Willing to Take Market Price for Sprint
SoftBank Group Corp., the majority owner of Sprint Corp., is willing to accept a stock-for-stock merger with T-Mobile US that values Sprint at or near its current market price, according to people familiar with the matter.
Exclusive: T-Mobile, Sprint close to agreeing on deal terms - sources  Reuters
Sprint Hired Trump-Connected Lobbyist Amid Deal Talks  U.S. News & World Report
Wells Fargo to cut jobs at Charlotte headquarters
The bank, which continues to reel from a series of scandals, said Friday that it's laying off some positions in Charlotte, North Carolina -- home to one of its corporate headquarters.
US watchdog accused of going easy on Wells Fargo with $100M fine  The Philadelphia Tribune
Wells Fargo cuts more jobs in Charlotte  Greensboro News & Record
Amazon, Walmart & Target Each Just Stepped Up Their Own Delivery Game
On Friday, reports surfaced about three of America's biggest retailers that detailed each was making further headway into the ultra-competitive online delivery space.
Amazon's restaurant delivery service still needs to solve one major problem  CNBC
Amazon may soon deliver Shake Shack to your house  The Verge
German plane hijacked to Somalia in 1977 brought back home
From left: former co-pilot Juergen Vietor, former passenger Diana Muell, and former stewardess Gabriele von Lutzau stand in front of a part of Lufthansa plane 'Landshut' at the airport in Friedrichshafen, Germany, Saturday, Sept.
Last flight home for icon of 'German Autumn' of terror  Yahoo7 News
Lufthansa's hijacked 'Landshut' plane returns to Germany  Deutsche Welle
Innovation Trix You Can Learn From Breakfast Children's Cereal
For all the plaudits disruptive innovation gets, it is easy to overlook how hard it is to achieve. First of all, new ideas are not easy to develop.
Trix Will Bring Back Its Artificially-Dyed Cereal After Fan Uproar
General Mills: Fine, you can have your weird Trix colors back  Minneapolis / St. Paul Business Journal
Who Killed US Inflation? Here Are Suspects in Yellen's Mystery
Was it the seamstress in Bangladesh, with her low wages? Or Jeff Bezos, with his low prices? Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen has labeled this year's unexpected inflation slowdown a “mystery,” and there are a few possible suspects.
Yellen is misjudging the strength of the job market — and it could derail ...  Business Insider
Dollar Extends Gains, Weekend Elections Ahead  Nasdaq