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Qualcomm Gets $1.2 Billion EU Fine for Apple Chip Payments
Qualcomm Inc. was fined 997 million euros ($1.2 billion) by the European Union for paying Apple Inc. to shun rival chips in its iPhones.
Qualcomm fined $1.2 billion by the EU for paying off Apple  The Verge
EU Commission Hits Qualcomm With $1.2 Billion Fine After Apple Exclusivity Probe
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Toys R Us to close 180 stores across the US
Toys R Us is planning to shutter roughly 180 stores across the country, or about one-fifth of its U.S. store fleet. The closures are scheduled to begin in early February and run through mid-April.
Toys R Us to close more than 180 US stores  WPLG Local 10
2 Tampa Bay-area Toys R Us stores slated to close  WTSP 10 News
Budweiser falls from top three US beer favorites
The king of beers has officially been dethroned. Budweiser no longer is among the top three best-selling beers in the U.S., according to Beer Marketer's Insights, as people drink less beer or switch to craft brews, wine or spirits.
Budweiser's New Symbol Stands For Every Beer Made With 100% Renewable Energy  Fast Company
Budweiser drops to fourth most popular beer in the US
Senate Confirms Jerome H. Powell as Fed Chairman
WASHINGTON - Jerome H. Powell sailed to Senate confirmation on Tuesday to become the 16th chairman of the Federal Reserve with a final vote of 84 to 13.
Senate confirms Powell for Fed chair, handing Trump's pick enormous ...  Washington Post
Powell Approved by Senate to Succeed Yellen as Fed Chair  Bloomberg
Tesla in Autopilot mode crashes into fire truck
A Tesla Model S crashed into a fire truck while driving down a California highway, according to Culver City, California, firefighters.
US safety board opens investigation into second Tesla Autopilot crash  Los Angeles Times
Feds to investigate Tesla crash driver blamed on Autopilot  CNBC
Rail worker fired over 'graphic' social media posts: report
Stephanie Katelnikoff says she was fired from her job with Canadian Pacific Railway for what they deemed "inappropriate" social media posts.
Rail worker 'fired for posting racy photos on social media' ...  Evening Standard
Rail conductor involved in Banff crash fired again for racy social media posts  Calgary Herald
Trump's failing war on green power
President Donald Trump and Republicans have tried again and again during the past year to turn back the clock on energy - pushing policies that would help fossil fuels stave off advances by solar and wind.
Trump's solar tariffs won't boost the government's bottom line  The Hill
Mr. Trump's Tariffs Will Not Bring Back Manufacturing Jobs  New York Times
Inside Amazon Go: The camera-filled convenience store that watches you back
After more than a year of testing with an employee-only focus group, Amazon Go opens to the public Monday in downtown Seattle, putting to the test the online retailer's technology that lets shoppers grab what they want and leave without paying a ...
Amazon sets meeting with Seattle officials in effort to improve relationship ...  GeekWire
The new Amazon Go grocery store could actually be bad for your wallet  CNBC
Disney to give $1000 bonuses to over 125000 workers
Disney union members were considering whether to approve a new contract to give workers at least a 50-cent hourly wage increase for each of the next two years.
1800-plus Aulani workers to get $1000 bonuses  Honolulu Star-Advertiser
Disney to Give Employees $1000 Bonuses in Wake of Tax Reform  Bloomberg
Rupert Murdoch wants Facebook to pay for 'trustworthy' news
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg speaks as he hosts a town hall meeting with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi at Facebook headquarters in Menlo Park, Calif.
Media mogul Rupert Murdoch says Facebook should pay for news  WCBD News 2
Rupert Murdoch, Fox News founder, blames Facebook for having “popularized ...  Salon