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Creating Test for Trump, Panel Says Imported Solar Gear Hurts US Firms
Solar panels on a roof at the Brooklyn Navy Yard in New York. The International Trade Commission ruled Friday that imports were harming American makers of solar equipment.
Ruling Finds Solar Panels From China Hurt US Makers  NPR
Solar industry braces for giant blow, as Trump gets his opportunity for tariffs  ThinkProgress
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Uber Loses License to Operate in London
The Uber Hub in London. Transport for London, which regulates ride-hailing services in the city, said the company's “approach and conduct demonstrate a lack of corporate responsibility.
Uber's problems in London are Uber's problems everywhere  Mashable
Opinion: London's Uber ban has nothing to do with safety  MarketWatch
Walmart wants access to your fridge
Delivery workers who drop off Walmart groceries may soon also get access to your kitchen and stock your refrigerator - even if you're not home.
Cool or creepy? Walmart to deliver food and put it in fridge  CNNMoney
Wal-Mart tests direct-to-fridge; Amazon ups restaurant game  Reuters
Exclusive: T-Mobile, Sprint close to agreeing on deal terms - sources
(Reuters) - T-Mobile US Inc (TMUS.O) is close to agreeing tentative terms on a deal to merge with Sprint Corp (S.N), people familiar with the matter said on Friday, a major breakthrough in efforts to merge the third and fourth largest U.S.
Report: T-Mobile, Sprint close to merger agreement  The Hill
Sprint, T-Mobile edge closer to merger: report  CBS News
Why the Equifax Breach Stings So Bad
A Volkswagen dealership in Kentucky. Data provided by Equifax and the other two big credit reporting agencies determines how much people pay when borrowing to buy cars or to make other major purchases.
This Week In Credit Card News: Why US Was Primed For Disaster Like Equifax ...  Forbes
Equifax and Why It's So Hard to Sue a Company for Losing Your Personal ...  Harvard Business Review
Wells Fargo tumbles to bottom of ranking for bank trustworthiness
Wells Fargo was voted the least trusted among 22 U.S. banks by consumers in a Brand Finance survey released Friday. The Associated Press.
Senate Banking panel to grill Equifax, Wells Fargo chiefs next month  The Hill
Wells Fargo CEO Tim Sloan to face Senate panel next month  Charlotte Observer
Melinda Gates wishes she waited longer before giving her kids cellphones
Melinda Gates wrote in a recent Washington Post op-ed, "I probably would have waited longer before putting a computer in my children's pockets.
How to get a billionaire to give you money, according to Bill Gates  CNBC
Why you shouldn't imitate Bill Gates if you want to be rich  BBC News
Buy Apple because more expensive $1000 iPhone X will boost its profit: Analyst
Piper Jaffray predicts Apple's earnings and the iPhone average selling price will benefit from its higher-priced offerings this year.
Trade of the Day: No Rush to Buy Apple Inc. (AAPL) Stock  Investorplace.com
Apple (AAPL) PT Raised to $196 at Piper Jaffray  StreetInsider.com
Amazon just made a major move into the restaurant food delivery business
Amazon's (AMZN) June announcement that it would purchase Whole Foods for $14 billion marked just the beginning of its efforts to dominate the food category.
Amazon may soon deliver Shake Shack to your house  The Verge
Amazon signs deal to boost its restaurant delivery service  KOMO News
Death Wish Coffee recalls its Nitro Cold Brew over risk of deadly botulin toxin
A company called Death Wish Coffee, with a skull-and-bones logo and a boast that it sells “the world's strongest coffee,” has announced a recall of 11-ounce cans of nitrogen-infused cold brew coffee because they could potentially contain the deadly ...
'Death Wish' coffee recalled because it can literally kill you  USA TODAY
Death Wish Recalls 'Killer Coffee' on Botulism Scare  TheStreet.com