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Celgene to buy Juno for $9 billion to boost CAR-T expertise
(Reuters) - Celgene Corp announced a $9 billion cash buyout of Juno Therapeutics Inc on Monday as it moves to cement its position as a key player in a new range of cancer therapies.
The hottest thing in cancer drug development just won a $9 billion endorsement  Business Insider
With $9 Billion Juno Deal, Celgene Doubles Down on Cancer  Bloomberg
Investor's Business Daily  
US economy to grow nearly 3 percent in 2018 because of Trump tax cuts, IMF says
Traders at the closing bell of the Dow Industrial Average at the New York Stock Exchange on Jan. 17. Investor enthusiasm sent all three major stock indexes to record finishes, and the Dow to its first close above 26,000.
IMF raises global growth forecast, sees Trump tax boost  Reuters
IMF Says Global Growth Picking Up as US Tax Cuts Take Hold  Bloomberg
Amazon Go Might Be Another Watershed for Retail
The e-commerce giant's cashier-less store is another threat for the industry -- but also an opportunity. By. Sarah Halzack. @sarahhalzack More stories by Sarah Halzack.
What it's like inside Amazon's futuristic, automated store  CNET
Amazon Go: Lines form in Seattle to be among the first to try checkout-free ...  USA TODAY
Rupert Murdoch says Facebook needs to pay publishers the way cable companies do
Publishers on Facebook and Google “are not being adequately rewarded for those services,” he says. By Kurt Wagner Jan 22, 2018, 2:51pm EST.
Rupert Murdoch calls for Facebook and Google to subsidize the news business  The Verge
Murdoch Pushes Facebook to Pay for News to Guarantee Quality  Bloomberg
The Billionaire Bonanza: 5 Things You Need To Know About The Inequality Gap
Last year saw the biggest increase in the number of billionaires in history, with one more added every two days, according to a new Oxfam report.
In 2017, there was a new billionaire every 2 days  CNBC
There's a huge gender component to income inequality that we're ignoring  Business Insider
Exclusive: Ralph Lauren's Olympic opening ceremony uniforms are wearable mini ...
Ralph Lauren is bringing new meaning to the idea of warming up for the Winter Olympics: His Team USA Olympic and Paralympic athletes' uniforms, embedded with wearable heating technology, will actually warm them up.
Team USA reveals 2018 Olympic opening ceremony uniforms
Team USA's Olympic uniforms will have built-in 'heating systems'  Fox News
Passenger Reported Overboard From Carnival Triumph
Carnival Triumph A search is underway for a passenger who reportedly went overboard from the Carnival Triumph last night, according to passengers onboard the Carnival cruise ship.
Lady Overboard On Carnival Cruise  Nasdaq
Woman went overboard from Carnival Triumph cruise ship into Gulf of Mexico ...
New study predicts Atlanta has best shot at becoming Amazon's HQ2
A demographic and place data firm has ranked Amazon's HQ2 top 20 picks across a number of factors to predict which city the tech giant will choose for its new headquarters.
Atlanta and these four other cities are most likely to get Amazon's new ...  CNBC
Everyone can have a trophy, or how to make the most of NOT getting Amazon HQ2  USA TODAY
General Electric Is A Buy Now
General Electric (GE) continues to generate negative headlines, but these headlines ignore the long-term transition to a pure industrial player, and overrates the impact that GE Capital will have long-term on the company overall.
No Blue Sky In Sight: Analyst Steps To The Sidelines On General Electric  Benzinga
5 Reasons Why You Should Dump General Electric Company Now  Smarter Analyst
YouTube TV and Hulu Live TV now have hundreds of thousands of subscribers ...
Hulu and YouTube are battling for subscribers for their respective live TV streaming services, according to a CNBC report out this morning, which says that Hulu Live has grown to 450,000 paying subscribers and YouTube TV has just over 300,000.
YouTube and Hulu live TV services making strides  CNET
Hulu and YouTube are off to a solid start with live TV  Engadget