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Billionaire philanthropists found dead in basement under suspicious ...
Their bodies were found in the basement of their $7 million home in Toronto's affluent North York neighborhood by a real estate agent preparing the mansion for an open house.
Police Probe Deaths of Canadian Billionaire and Wife  Wall Street Journal
Autopsies underway for Canadian billionaires found dead  Tampabay.com
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Hunter Harrison, Famed Railroad Turnaround CEO, Dies at 73
E. Hunter Harrison, who turned around three railroad carriers during a five-decade career before being tapped by CSX Corp. to improve the company's lackluster performance, has died days after taking medical leave.
Hunter Harrison, CEO of railroad company CSX, dead at 73  STLtoday.com
CSX CEO Hunter Harrison Dies at Age 73  TheStreet.com
Hundreds come down with stomach illness during Royal Caribbean cruise
(CNN) A Royal Caribbean cruise ship returned to Florida on Saturday after hundreds of passengers contracted a gastrointestinal illness.
Royal Caribbean cruise ship returns to Florida after more than 200 fall ill  WPLG Local 10
Big pleasure ships gaining popularity among Charleston tourists, but growth ...  Charleston Post Courier
Uber accused of espionage, bribery and hacking by former employee
The $1.86 billion legal battle between ride-hailing giant Uber and Alphabet's self-driving unit Waymo reached a pivotal moment today as the judge in the case released a damning letter based on the account of a former Uber employee.
A bombshell letter charges that Uber hacked into competitors' networks ...  Business Insider
Uber Ex-Manager Details Company's Alleged Surveillance Tactics  Fortune
What Losing Net Neutrality Means For Democracy
Widespread public outcry and over a decade of growing grassroots activism wasn't enough to stop the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) from voting to kill net neutrality this week—which came down to a party-line 3 to 2 vote on Thursday.
US states gear up to take on the FCC's net neutrality repeal  Digital Trends
Tom Still: Net neutrality debate not as cut and dried as many believe  Madison.com
Israeli workers strike nationwide to protest Teva layoffs
Israel's national trade union is holding a nationwide strike to protest generic drugmaker Teva's decision to lay off a quarter of its workforce.
Teva Pharmaceutical to lay off 14000 globally over 2 years  Herald and News
Strike Over Teva Firings Shuts Israel Bourse, Banks, Airport  Bloomberg
Find out now how big your Social Security check will be next year
A cost-of-living increase and Medicare could change your Social Security check in the new year. Information on how your benefits will be affected is available this month through the Social Security Administration's website.
Wait for a Social Security disability decision drags on months - and years ...  cleveland.com
Five ways Social Security protects you and your family  Kokomo Perspective
The Fast and the Financed: China's Well-Funded Auto Startups Race to Overtake ...
BEIJING—An ambitious group of Chinese car developers with a foothold in Silicon Valley are vying to become the next Tesla Inc. Backed by billions from influential investors and armed with global talent, more than a dozen Chinese startups want to make ...
This is China's answer to the Tesla Model X – at about half the price  South China Morning Post
Chinese Electric-Car Startup NIO Prices Debut Model at $67783  Bloomberg
P&G Names Activist Nelson Peltz to Board After Proxy Battle
Procter & Gamble Co. named Nelson Peltz to its board, capping a contentious and costly proxy battle in which the billionaire activist investor may have narrowly won a shareholder vote for a seat -- or not.
Bitcoin Prices Rip Through $19000 on Collision Course With $20000  TheStreet.com
P&G proxy fight's outcome: chief critic Nelson Peltz joining board  Cincinnati.com
US Employers Say CVS-Aetna Deal Would Affect Health-Benefits Decisions: Survey
Logos of CVS and Aetna are displayed on a monitor above the floor of the New York Stock Exchange shortly after the opening bell in New York, U.S.
Monopolies are threatening American democracy  Newsday
On Health Care: Nontraditional partnerships will be key  Duluth News Tribune