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Walmart Stumbles in Shift to Web Selling
Walmart posted a profit of $2.18 billion, or 73 cents a share, compared with a profit of $3.76 billion a year ago. Photo: Elise Amendola/Associated Press.
Dow closes 254 points lower as Walmart posts worst day since January 1988  CNBC
Dow, S&P 500 snap 6-day win streak; Walmart shares weigh  MarketWatch
Chicago Tribune  
Albertsons Is Buying Rite Aid. Walmart's Stock Falls. There's a Common Rival.
The supermarket operator Albertsons said Tuesday morning that it would buy the remnants of the Rite Aid drugstore chain. By the end of the day, Walmart saw its stock drop by more than 10 percent on weak profit.
Albertsons Might Be Buying a Lemon in Rite Aid  Fortune
Albertsons, which owns grocers Vons and Safeway, is buying Rite Aid  Los Angeles Times
AT&T 5G coming to Dallas, Atlanta, Waco in 2018
AT&T has announced that Dallas, Atlanta, and Waco will be the first cities across the United States to receive its 5G services, with the carrier also opening a 5G innovation centre and test lab in Austin.
AT&T announces Dallas, Atlanta, and Waco as first three 5G cities for 2018  The Verge
AT&T names first three cities to get its ultra-fast 5G network  CNNMoney
NXP shareholders owe a big 'thank you' to Broadcom's CEO
Broadcom CEO Hock Tan says that buying NXP doesn't solve Qualcomm's problems - but he's currently a hero to NXP shareholders.
Qualcomm deals blow to Broadcom's bid with sweetened NXP deal  Reuters
Why Broadcom Should Walk Away  Wall Street Journal
3M Settles Minnesota Lawsuit for $850 Million
3M Co. has settled a lawsuit with Minnesota's Attorney General Lori Swanson for $850 million, putting an end to eight years of litigation over a former Scotchgard ingredient that got into the state's drinking water.
3M to pay $850 million to settle suit over chemical disposal  ABC News
3M will pay $850 million in Minnesota to end water pollution case  CNNMoney
Amazon CEO Shares Video of 10000-Year Clock's Construction
What do billionaire tech CEOs do in their free time? The head of Amazon has been busy building a giant clock. On Tuesday, Jeff Bezos released a video of his pet project: a 500-foot tall timekeeper located in Texas that intends to run for 10,000 years ...
Amazon's Jeff Bezos is helping build a clock that will work in 10000 years  USA TODAY
Jeff Bezos's latest sideline has lots of people comparing him to a comic ...  MarketWatch
United Airlines pilot hand-delivers woman's lost engagement ring
One California woman had her "faith in humanity and airlines" restored after a United Airlines pilot hand delivers her missing wedding and engagement ring to her.
United Airlines hosts Black History Month celebration, honored first African ...  KPRC Click2Houston
United Pilot, Gate Agent Return Wedding Ring to Passenger  TravelPulse
AT&T denied White House logs by judge in Time Warner antitrust suit
A federal judge has denied AT&T's request for communications between the White House and Department of Justice, records the telecom giant sought to bolster its claim of politically-motivated opposition to a merger with Time Warner.
Judge Rules AT&T and Time Warner Can't See Internal White House ...  Gizmodo
AT&T loses bid to obtain White House call logs  SFGate
Watch a Human Try to Fight Off That Door-Opening Robot Dog
Hey, remember that dog-like robot, SpotMini, that Boston Dynamics showed off last week, the one that opened a door for its robot friend?
Humans sow seeds of destruction by abusing poor robot just trying to walk ...  TechCrunch
Watch Boston Dynamics' robot shake off an aggressive human  SlashGear
Amazon employees just accidentally dropped a big clue about where the new ...
The site says the views mostly came from what appears to be an internal Amazon.com page. Arlington is part of Northern Virginia's bid for Amazon's second headquarters, dubbed HQ2, and is part of the Washington, DC, metro area, considered a frontrunner ...
An Amazon HQ2 clue? Strange web traffic hints at interest in this one county  Mashable
Did Amazon employees just tip the company's hand on HQ2?  Curbed