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China Warns It May Retaliate If US Imposes Metal Tariffs
China said proposed U.S. tariffs on imported steel and aluminum products are groundless and that it reserves the right to retaliate if they are imposed.
China Pushes Back on Possible US Metals-Import Limits  Wall Street Journal
China warns Trump over potential steel and aluminum tariffs  CNNMoney
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Winn-Dixie and Tops Owners Are Said to Prepare for Bankruptcy
Two U.S. supermarket chains are readying bankruptcy filings, according to people with knowledge of the matter, a sign of the mounting pressures in the grocery industry.
Winn-Dixie may be headed back to bankruptcy  The Real Deal Magazine
Winn-Dixie owner preparing for bankruptcy filing, up to 200 stores could ...
Washington, DC, Has Given the Boring Company a Permit for a Possible Hyperloop ...
SpaceX CEO Elon Musk congratulates teams competing on the Hyperloop Pod Competition II at SpaceX's Hyperloop track in Hawthorne, Calif.
Elon Musk gets permit to build part of the Hyperloop in DC  Axios
A new part of the market is melting down as panicked investors get another ...
That changed this past week as investors pulled near-record amounts of capital from credit funds. Morgan Stanley warns of more credit market turbulence ahead, and reaffirms its 2018 forecast that US corporate bond returns will be negative.
Morgan Stanley Is Dropping Some Wealth Customers Overseas  Bloomberg
Morgan Stanley (MS) Chairman and CEO James P Gorman Sold $5.5 million of Shares
Woman kicked off flight after refusing to sit next to a baby
Passengers on a Delta flight were recently provided with live in-flight entertainment when a woman had a full-blown temper tantrum when she discovered she was seated next to an eight-month-old baby.
Delta passenger who 'screamed at a woman and her baby' and then ...  Daily Mail
Airline Employee Saves Young Girls from Alleged Sex Trafficking Plot
An American Airlines employee saved two young girls from getting on a plane to meet someone who authorities suspect is an online predator.
Teen girls had no IDs and one-way first-class tickets. Why that alarmed ...  Sacramento Bee
Deputies stop 2 Sacramento teens from possible sex trafficking trade  KCRA Sacramento
Drug used to put dogs down causes recall of Gravy Train, other dog food brands
J.M. Smucker is “withdrawing” all lots of certain Gravy Train, Kibbles 'N Bits, Skippy and Ol' Roy canned dog food products manufactured since 2016 because they might contain pentobarbital, a sedative used in pet euthanasia.
Major dog food brands recalls shipments tainted with euthanasia drug  BGR
Four Brands of Dog Food Recalled Over Euthanasia Drug Fears
Billionaire Warren Buffett won $2.2 million on a bet and gave it to this charity
Warren Buffett has shown us once again why he consistently tops the list of the most philanthropic billionaires. On Friday, the Berkshire Hathaway CEO gave $2.2 million to the charity Girls Inc. of Omaha, Nebraska, after winning a 10-year bet that ...
Warren Buffett gives Girls Inc. $2.2 million from an investment bet  Omaha World-Herald
Warren Buffett Cares A Lot About These 6 Stocks  Forbes
James Damore's labor complaint against Google was completely shut down
Google didn't violate labor laws by firing engineer James Damore for a memo criticizing the company's diversity program, according to a recently disclosed letter from the US National Labor Relations Board.
Labor Board Found Google Was Within Its Rights to Fire James Damore  Gizmodo
Labor board says Google legally fired diversity memo writer  Engadget
General Electric's Dim Prospects
Two decades ago, General Electric was the most admired company in the world, a global colossus hailed for its ability to wring out inefficiencies and generate wealth.
PGE study: low-carbon grid is doable, affordable