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Three question for the new Federal Reserve chairman
Jerome Powell will have his chance to step out of his predecessor Janet Yellen's shadow and start to define his own views. Carolyn Kaster.
The fight between bulls and bears over the US economy and markets has just begun  South China Morning Post
Why 3% is the scariest number for stocks  CNNMoney
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Ranchers set to fight back against vegetarian 'fake meat'
Companies like Impossible Foods and Beyond Meat are combining plant-based ingredients and science, rather than animals, to create fake-meat burgers and other products that taste like the real thing.
Cattlemen's beef with fake meat  The Times
Chicago, airlines nearing $8.5 billion deal to dramatically expand O'Hare
The city and airline carriers are negotiating an $8.5 billion deal to vault O'Hare into the 21st century with a state-of-the-art global terminal, dozens of new gates and several additional concourses.
Source: City Hall close on $8.5 billion O'Hare expansion deal  Chicago Sun-Times
Report: Fiat Chrysler may drop diesels from car lineup
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles will end diesel passenger car production by 2022, but not necessarily from trucks, according to a published report.
Will Fiat Chrysler Automobiles Out-Earn Ford in 2018?  Motley Fool
Fiat Chrysler to kill off diesel in all cars by 2022  Financial Times
General Electric Will Take a Big Profit Blow as It Restates Its Earnings
General Electric's latest annual report reveals how much it will cost to restate its earnings for 2016 and 2017. ByBrian Sozzi.
General Electric to restate two years of earnings  Business Insider
GE to restate 2016, 2017 earnings  Fox Business
Buffett Stresses Patience in a World Where Deals Look Expensive
Warren Buffett has a message for investors wondering when he'll strike his next big deal: Be patient. After a year in which he was largely frustrated on the acquisition front and saw cash pile up at his conglomerate, Berkshire Hathaway Inc., he used ...
Warren Buffett Eager To Make Big Buys With $116 Billion Cash Pile In 2018  Forbes
Warren Buffett Is Never Going to Be the Dumbest Person on Wall Street  TheStreet.com
Wow, Who Could Have Predicted 59 Percent of 2017's ICOs Are Already Dead or Doomed
Hey, remember initial coin offerings, the almost totally unregulated form of investment vehicle in which investors trade real cash or assets in exchange for virtual “tokens” in cryptocurrency-backed startups?
Why VCs hate cryptocurrency investments — or why they should  VentureBeat
Nearly Half of 2017's Cryptocurrency 'ICO' Projects Have Already ...  Fortune
Lower Oil Prices Force Saudis to Widen Their Circle of Friends
Saudi Arabia has long been the dominant force in oil, leaving the world at the mercy of its ambitions and its interests. Now the kingdom must refresh its strategy to reflect a weaker hand - and in many ways, a different game.
3 Surprising Outcomes Of Higher Oil Prices  Forbes
Oil hits two-week high as Saudi Arabia to keep output well below cap  WHTC
Yes, the rumors are true. Girl Scout Cookie coffee now exists.
We are absolutely shook to announce that the doughnut/coffee chain is partnering with Girl Scouts to introduce three flavors of Girl Scout cookie-inspired coffee to the world.
Girl Scout Cookie-flavored coffees coming to Dunkin' Donuts Monday  MassLive.com
Girl Scout cookies show up in new way as Dunkin Donut coffees  Chicago Sun-Times
Litecoin Price Surges After big dip to $183
With all cryptocurrencies going down a slippery slope again right night, it is evident the market volatility will not disappear anytime soon.
Crypto Markets Continue To Fall, But Not By Much  Cointelegraph (Bitcoin, Cryptocurrency and Blockchain News)
Litecoin Cash Forks But Cryptocurrency Investors Barely Notice  Investopedia (blog)