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What's Next After the Repeal of Net Neutrality
The Federal Communications Commission voted Thursday to discard so-called net neutrality rules that prevented broadband providers from slowing sites or demanding payments from them for fast delivery.
Net Neutrality Was Never Enough  The Atlantic
Don't Be Afraid of the Net Neutrality Repeal  Bloomberg  
Residential, utility solar installation falls due to investment trends, Tesla
The third quarter of 2017 has been an unusually slow one for the solar industry, according to a report from GTM Research released on Thursday.
SolarCity's Sales Drop Is Darkening Solar's Prospects Around the Country  Gizmodo
Tesla Solar Installations Drag On Entire US Home Solar Market  ValueWalk
UPS Lost a Man's Nearly $700000 Inheritance—And Here's What Happened Next
On Thursday, CBC News reported on the unfortunate fate of a Canadian man's sizeable inheritance: He never received it, due to a lost package.
An $846000 Inheritance Got Lost In Transit. That Was In February  NPR
After losing family's $846K inheritance, UPS offers to refund $32 ...  New York Post
Feds Rush to Cash in on Seized Bitcoin Cache Before the Bubble Bursts
Feds are eager to exchange a bitcoin haul seized from the leader of an opioid drug operation because they are worried the digital booty could devalue at any moment.
The Federal Government Is Starting to Cash In Millions of Seized Bitcoin  Fortune
P&G Names Activist Nelson Peltz to Board After Proxy Battle
Procter & Gamble Co. named Nelson Peltz to its board, capping a contentious and costly proxy battle in which the billionaire activist investor may have narrowly won a shareholder vote for a seat -- or not.
Procter & Gamble (PG) Appoints Nelson Peltz to Board
P&G Names Nelson Peltz to Board to End Year-Long Battle For Power
The Drop in CSX is Overdone: Here's How to Play It
Yesterday, CSX (CSX) announced that President and CEO E. Hunter Harrison was taking a leave of absence for medical reasons. One hopes that this is only a temporary measure, and that Mr. Harrison can make a full recovery, but the market reaction is what ...
Why CSX, Fitbit, and Sirius XM Holdings Slumped Today  Motley Fool
CSX Dives Below Buy Point As CEO Harrison Takes Medical Leave  Investor's Business Daily
KKR Goes on a Margarine Binge
At the eleventh hour, KKR & Co. has clinched what is likely to be Europe's biggest leveraged buyout of 2017. The U.S. private equity firm's 6.8 billon-euro ($8 billion) agreement to buy Unilever NV's spreads business will need some full-fat ingredients ...
Unilever to sell spreads business to KKR for $8 billion  Reuters
Henry Kravis buys $8 billion worth of margarine  New York Post
Coinbase Wants Wall Street to Resolve Its Bitcoin Trust Issues
A cheer went up in the San Francisco offices of cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase Inc. when bitcoin breached $10,000 in November. But the 225-employee startup has a goal beyond price.
Bitcoin hits new record high as warnings grow louder  Reuters
You Can Buy The Average American Home For 18 Bitcoins  Forbes
Michael Kors becomes the latest fashion group to go fur-free
Michael Kors has become the latest luxury fashion group to announce it will no longer use animal fur in its products. The company said on Friday that it will phase out production of fur products in its Michael Kors and Jimmy Choo collections by the end ...
Breaking news: Fashion icon Michael Kors goes fur-free  HSUS News (blog)
Michael Kors Is the Latest Fashion Label to Go Fur-Free  Papermag
A New York woman accused of sending bitcoin to ISIS could spend 90 years in prison
The US Department of Justice says the 27-year-old New Yorker funnelled $62,000 to the group via bitcoin and other currencies. She is standing trial in New York and faces 90 years in prison if convicted.
US woman used bitcoin to move cash to Islamic State, police say  BBC News
New York Woman Charged With Laundering Bitcoin For ISIS  International Business Times