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What you need to know about Amazon's 20 final cities
Amazon announced 20 finalists in the United States and Canada to host its second headquarters on Thursday. The new facility -- called HQ2 -- will cost at least $5 billion to construct and operate, and it will create as many as 50,000 jobs.
Amazon names 20 finalists in search for HQ2  Seattle Times
Will Amazon really go to Canada? Don't count Toronto out  USA TODAY
IBM shares fall despite first growth in 23 quarters
IBM saw its stock go down more than 4.5 percent after it reported better-than-expected earnings for the fourth quarter and full year of 2017 on Thursday.
IBM Falls After Sales in New Business Fail to Impress Bulls  Bloomberg
IBM Ends 23-Straight Quarters of Declining Revenue. But Wall Street Is ...  Fortune
SoftBank is now Uber's largest shareholder as deal closes
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - A group of investors led by SoftBank Group Corp (9984.T) closed a deal with Uber Technologies Inc [UBER.
Uber's former CEO said to cash in at $1.4B in Softbank deal  CNET
How to play '2048,' the addicting smartphone game Travis Kalanick is ...  Business Insider
American Express Kicks Off Credit Card Earnings Reports
American Express (AXP) on Thursday reported fourth-quarter results that topped views, but the credit-card giant said it would suspend its share buybacks for the first half of this year due to a big, one-time hit it took to profits due to the GOP's new ...
The work that won't get done during a government shutdown  Charlotte Observer
American Express earnings: $1.58 per share vs. $1.54 expected  CNBC
Consumer Watchdog's Latest Budget Request: $0
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's acting director, Mick Mulvaney, intensified his efforts this week to curb an agency he has denounced as a regulator run amok.
CFPB Signals Shift by Dropping Payday Lender Lawsuit  Bloomberg
Top consumer complaints of 2017…and how to get yours resolved in 2018!  Atlanta Journal Constitution
Wells Fargo apologizes for glitch that emptied out some bank accounts
Imagine waking up to a zero balance in your bank account. That is exactly what happened to some Wells Fargo customers, who found their bank accounts drained Wednesday.
Wells Fargo Flooded With Complaints After Payment Glitch Empties Bank Accounts  The Daily Caller
Some Wells Fargo customers' bank accounts drained by double charges  KABC-TV
Burger King takes swat at McDonald's with new gut bomb burger
Think of it as the battle of the gut busters. In an effort to go after rival McDonald's, Burger King has unveiled a hefty new burger made with a half-pound of beef, and it went on sale Thursday.
Burger King launches Double Quarter Pound King Sandwich  Nation's Restaurant News
Burger King Takes on McDonald's with New Double Quarter Pound Burger
Accusations Of 'Frat House' Behavior Trail 'LA Times' Publisher's Career
Updated at 5:02 p.m. ET. The Los Angeles Times has given prominent coverage to recent revelations of sexual harassment of women by prominent men, particularly in entertainment and media.
LA Times Employees Are Demanding Their CEO Be Fired After Misconduct ...  BuzzFeed News
Los Angeles Times publisher under investigation by parent company over ...  Los Angeles Times
General Electric: Financial Engineering And The Sign Of The Times
The "vision" that is being presented by General Electric leadership seems to fall short in terms of "credibility." General Electric is an industrial conglomerate, but the more we learn about its operations, it appears that its performance in recent ...
GE's $31 billion pension nightmare
With General Electric Corporation, It's Time to Double Down — As a Bear!
Apple Leads These Companies With Massive Overseas Cash Repatriation Tax Bills
Tim Cook, chief executive officer of Apple Inc., pauses during the opening of "Startup Fest", a five-day conference to showcase Dutch innovation, in Amsterdam, Netherlands, on Tuesday, May 24, 2016.
Trump Says He Called Apple's Tim Cook to Thank Him for Investments  Bloomberg
Apple hiring, bonuses come at hefty cost to taxpayers  The Hill