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Honda Recalls 900000 Odyssey Minivans After Injuries
The unpainted frames of Honda Motor Co. Odyssey minivan move down the assembly line at Honda Manufacturing of Alabama LLC facility in Lincoln, Alabama, U.S.
Honda recalls 900000 Odyssey minivans  Lockport Union-Sun & Journal
Honda Recalls 800000 Odyssey Minivans Linked to Injuries  Bloomberg
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Would Rupert Murdoch break up his empire?
Speculation is swirling that the Murdoch family is open to breaking up its entertainment business. Shares in 21st Century Fox gained more than 6% on Friday, after several sources reported interest from Comcast, Sony and Verizon.
The media industry has suddenly become a 'Game of Thrones'-like ...  Business Insider
Why there's so much anxiety in the media business right now  CNNMoney
Black Friday: Your ultimate holiday shopping guide
The first doorbusters kick off early Thursday morning. Wondering what's open and where to snag a deal? Here's our guide. Best Buy.
Black Friday & Cyber Monday: Best tricks to find deals and save the most ...  Sun Sentinel
Stores offer deals earlier as holiday shopping rush arrives  STLtoday.com
After the Elon Musk show, Tesla questions linger
HAWTHORNE, Calif. - Another Elon Musk extravaganza is in the history books with two new electric Tesla products birthed into the world: a futuristic semi truck that looks like it's straight out of a Transformers movie and a sports car so quick that ...
Tesla's $250 Million Interest Free Loan  Forbes
Semi-Autonomous Trucks May Drive Across the Country In Platoons  Fortune
Keystone pipeline leak won't affect last regulatory hurdle
LINCOLN, Neb. - Discovery of a 210,000-gallon oil leak from the Keystone pipeline would seem to be poor timing four days before regulators in Nebraska decide whether to allow a major expansion of the system, but officials say state law does not allow ...
More than 75 specialists work on Keystone pipeline leak cleanup near SD, ND ...  Duluth News Tribune
Keystone pipeline oil spill could be worse than we thought  VICE News
More job cuts coming to Atlanta as part of Coca-Cola restructuring
James Quincey, the new CEO of Coke, in his office in Atlanta. BOB ANDRES / BANDRES@AJC.COM. Posted: 1:58 p.m. Saturday, November 18, 2017.
The Coca-Cola's (KO) CEO James Quincey Hosts 2017 Investor Day (Transcript)  Seeking Alpha
Dwight Williamson: The Coke or Pepsi debate continues  Williamson Daily News
NYC subway to use gender-neutral terms during announcements
NEW YORK - When it comes to the New York City subways, there's no such thing as ladies and gentlemen. Conductors on subway trains have been told to stop addressing passengers as “ladies and gentlemen” when making announcements about delays, ...
Here's Why The NYC Subway Is Failing Commuters  Jalopnik
New York vintage subway trains return for holiday season  New York's PIX11 / WPIX-TV
StitchFix goes public, marking the first tech IPO led by a woman this year
StitchFix, which mails boxes of clothing and accessories to clients for a flat rate of $20, went public on Friday. Courtesy/Stitchfix.
Top VC deals: Stitch Fix, flying cars and retail robots used at Wal-Mart  CNBC
Stitch Fix's Katrina Lake Did More With Less Cash  Bloomberg
Goldman Sachs Sees Four 2018 Fed Rate Hikes as US Growth Gains
The U.S. economy is heading into 2018 with strong momentum that's likely to boost wages and inflation more broadly, requiring the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates four times next year, Goldman Sachs Group Inc. economists said in a research note.
Fed Chairman Powell will keep rates low — he has no choice  The Hill
Hawaii's October unemployment rate reaches record low
Hawaii's unemployment rate dropped to a record-low 2.2 percent last month, according to newly released numbers. The figures from the state Department of Labor and Industrial Relations marked the lowest jobless rate since the current recording ...
Jobless rates fell in 12 US states, hit record lows in 3  Yahoo Finance
Maryland unemployment rate stays steady in October  Baltimore Sun