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Ford North America President Leaves Following Misconduct Allegations
Raj Nair during the 2018 North American International Auto Show in Detroit last month. Photo: Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg News. By. Austen Hufford and.
Ford exec ousted, accused of 'inappropriate behavior'  The Detroit News
Ford's North America chief exits after company finds 'inappropriate ...  Los Angeles Times
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Fed Officials Marked Up Growth, Inflation Outlook in January
Jerome Powell was sworn in as the newest chairman of the Federal Reserve on Feb. 5 at the Marriner S. Eccles Federal Reserve Board Building in Washington.
Market awaits first Fed report after Yellen's handoff to Powell  CNBC
Some Fed officials raised concerns about higher inflation as tax cuts took ...  Los Angeles Times
Bill Gates Fails Miserably at Guessing What an Average Person's Groceries Cost
When it comes to software or entrepreneurship, Bill Gates is a force to be reckoned with. But if you're looking for a pal to help you out on The Price Is Right or to help you keep costs down on a trip to the grocery trip, Gates is not your guy.
Bill Gates doesn't know how much Rice-A-Roni costs  CNET
Bill Gates Has No Idea How Much These Common Grocery Store Items Cost  Money Magazine
Why AT&T's 5G Network Won't Be Speeding Up Your Phone Anytime Soon
Announcements about the coming next wave of even faster wireless networks, dubbed “5G” for fifth generation, are pouring in as we approach the start of the annual Mobile World Congress trade show next week.
AT&T commits to bringing 5G to Dallas, two other cities by end of 2018  Dallas News
These 3 cities will be the first to get real 5G  BGR
Spike in Bond Yields Upends US Stock Market Rally
U.S. stocks closed broadly lower Wednesday after an early gain faded as investors reacted to a late-afternoon surge in bond yields.
Asia Stocks Slip With US Futures, Dollar Gains: Markets Wrap  Bloomberg
US Government Bonds Fall After Fed Minutes  Wall Street Journal
Some Silicon Valley residents with incomes up to $400000 consider themselves ...
The Palo Alto Weekly in Silicon Valley asked more than 250 residents of that city "How do you define your social class?" From the survey results (PDF):.
Silicon Valley is so expensive, people who make $400000 a year think they ...  Business Insider India
Uber's new 'Express Pool' is all about getting more riders to share rides
The new UberPool option requires riders to walk a little before and/or after their ride. By Johana Bhuiyan@JMBooyah Feb 21, 2018, 6:05pm EST.
New Uber Express Pool offers cheaper ride, less convenience
I Tried Uber's New 'Pool Express' Service And Honestly, Just ...  Gizmodo
US Stocks End Lower After Fed Minutes
The Dow Jones Industrial Average gave up its gains and swung 475 points as concerns about higher interest rates resurfaced following the release of minutes from the Federal Reserve's January meeting.
Rising bond yields stomp out stock rally after Fed report confuses market  CNBC
Dow gives up 300-point gain to end lower as bond yields rise after Fed minutes  MarketWatch
Roku Plummets After Missing First-Quarter Sales Forecast
Roku Inc. projected first-quarter revenue that will fall short of analyst estimates, sparking investor concerns that the video-streaming pioneer may not be able to sustain its sales momentum in the face of larger rivals.
Stocks making the biggest moves after hours: Roku, Pandora & more  CNBC
Roku stock tanks 18% after sharing financials, outlook  TechCrunch
Supreme Court: Dodd-Frank Whistleblower Protection Is Narrow
The Supreme Court says whistleblower protections passed by Congress after the 2008 financial crisis only apply to people who report problems to SEC, not more broadly.
SCOTUS whistleblower case dodges Chevron deference showdown  Reuters
Supreme Court Curbs Protections for Whistleblowers  Wall Street Journal