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President Trump drops in Forbes 400 list of richest Americans
President Trump won the White House but lost in the annual Forbes magazine rankings of the wealthiest Americans. The fortune of the nation's commander-in-chief shrank by $600 million, to $3.1 billion, dropping him from 156th place to 248th place in the ...
Who's the richest of them all? In South Florida, it's a familiar face  Miami Herald
Trump's Net Worth Plummets on Forbes Richest List  NBCNews.com
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Dow Jones Industrial Average hits 23000 in another stock market record: Why ...
The Dow Jones Industrial Average briefly crossed the 23,000 point threshold in another major milestone for the stock index. Richard Drew/AP.
Dow Passes 23000 for the First Time, Fueled by Strong Earnings  Bloomberg
Healthcare Drives Small Gains for Dow While Rest of Market Slips  TheStreet.com
Quebec Touts Airbus Sales Power, Jobs Saved in C Series Deal
The deal that ceded control of Bombardier Inc.'s C Series jet program to Airbus SE was the best option to save jobs in Quebec and ensure the industry's future in the Canadian province, Economy Minister Dominique Anglade said.
Airbus notches win over rival Boeing with Bombardier deal  Sacramento Bee
Bombardier's stock soars to two-year high  MarketWatch
Look Out! Driverless Cars Are Coming to Manhattan in 2018.
Self-driving Chevys are coming to the streets of Manhattan, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced on Tuesday. General Motors and its subsidiary Cruise Automation will use the country's busiest streets, teeming with pedestrians and bicycle riders, as a ...
Autonomous cars head for the Big Apple  ABC News
GM to start testing driverless cars in NYC  New York Post
City fires 2 aviation officers involved in dragging man off United flight
This video posted on social media shows a passenger on an April 9, 2017, United Airlines flight from Chicago O'Hare International Airport to Louisville, Ky.
Officers who dragged doctor off United flight have been fired  New York Post
Chicago fires 2 officers in United passenger dragging case  San Francisco Chronicle
4 Key Quotes From Netflix Inc.'s Third-Quarter Earnings Call
With higher-than-expected subscriber and revenue growth in its third quarter, Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX) shareholders have some new reasons to be happy with the company's strong growth story.
Subscriber Growth Strength Bolsters Netflix Q3  Benzinga
Biggest risk to Netflix is a $7-per month Amazon streaming service, analyst ...  CNBC
Former Tesla factory workers allege racial harassment in new lawsuit
Three former employees of Tesla's factory in Fremont, California, claimed they've suffered constant, often daily racial discrimination and harassment, and that the electric car company did little to nothing to stop the behavior.
Ex-workers sue Tesla over racist drawings, slurs at Fremont factory  SFGate
Tesla employees detail how they were fired, claim dismissals were not ...  CNBC
Venmo now lets you shop online
The popular peer-to-peer payments application is rolling out a new option this week that lets users make online purchases from more than two million retailers.
Earnings: 3 Hot Stocks to Watch  Motley Fool
Venmo users can now shop online anywhere PayPal is accepted in the US  TechCrunch
Google Sister Company to Build Digital District From Scratch in Toronto
Sidewalk Labs LLC, the urban innovation unit of Page's Alphabet Inc., and Waterfront Toronto plan to build a high-tech community from scratch along Lake Ontario in Canada's biggest city.
Google's parent company is spending $50 million to build a high-tech ...  Business Insider
Alphabet's Sidewalk Labs to turn Toronto area into a model smart city  TechCrunch
Cities Dream Of Landing Amazon's New HQ And They're Going To Great Lengths To ...
Officials in Tucson, Ariz., uprooted a 21-foot-tall saguaro cactus and tried to have it delivered to Amazon's Seattle headquarters.
Cities throw themselves at Amazon as deadline looms  The Hill
Seattle leaders look to push 'refresh' button with Amazon for 'a ...  Seattle Times