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'Their eyes are on DC': Capital area said to have good shot at Amazon HQ2
Urban experts and Irish oddsmakers agree that the Washington region's chances of landing Amazon.com's second headquarters jumped significantly last week when the area won three spots on the company's list of 20 potential locations.
The disturbing part about Amazon's HQ2 competition  CNN
Could one city fly, fly away with Amazon's HQ2 prize? Here's who has ...  GeekWire
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Serial plane stowaway foils TSA again
The 66-year-old “serial stowaway” was caught yet again after sneaking through security at Chicago's O'Hare Airport last week without a ticket or passport - but not before she made it all the way to London.
Woman Who Repeatedly Sneaks On Planes Without A Ticket Arrested Yet Again  Newsweek
Serial stowaway busted for sneaking past TSA, boarding London-bound plane ...  New York Daily News
Report: Deutsche Bank Flags 'Suspicious' Kushner Company Transactions
The bank is prepared to turn over documents to special counsel Robert Mueller, says a German business magazine. By Mary Papenfuss.
Jared Kushner's Firm Tied to “Suspicious Transactions” at German Bank  Mother Jones
Deutsche Bank identified 'suspicious transactions' related to ...  The Real Deal Magazine
What's happening at the IRS during the shutdown?
The U.S. government is closed. And if it doesn't reopen by Monday, Americans expecting refunds or waiting to hear back from the IRS on an existing audit or other tax matter may be out of luck.
The IRS Faces a Big Challenge. A Shutdown Would Make It Worse  The Fiscal Times
US IRS issues more tax guidance on deemed repatriation of offshore earnings  MNE Tax
Google's CEO has no problem releasing employees from nondisclosure agreements ...
Some companies use NDAs to keep former employees from going public with their negative experiences. By Kurt Wagner Jan 19, 2018, 6:54pm EST.
Google Executives Pledge to Scour More Content Ahead of Midterm Elections  Bloomberg
Google CEO: 'I don't regret' firing James Damore  TechCrunch
Staten Island-based 'CabbageTech' charged with bitcoin-related fraud after ...
The U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission announced Friday it has charged Patrick K. McDonnell and his company CabbageTech with "fraud and misappropriation in connection with purchases and trading of Bitcoin and Litecoin.
Two bitcoin traders charged with fraud  CNNMoney
CFTC files charges in two cryptocurrency fraud cases  The Hill
USAA Will Cover Pay Delayed Due To Government Shutdown
USAA has announced the ways it will be able to help members if a government shutdown delays military or government pay. Please note up-front: every situation may be unique, and you may be in a special category that doesn't fit the mold.
USAA offers military members no-interest loans during the shutdown  CNNMoney
USAA plans no-interest loans to military members in case of government shutdown  mySanAntonio.com
New order-to-store system blamed for Whole Foods shortages
Store shelves are empty at Whole Foods locations across the country, and employees blame a new inventory-management system, says Business Insider.
Amherst Whole Foods seems to have avoided national inventory problems  Buffalo News
Mike Moritz and the declining America worker
The major money quote about Silicon Valley is this: “In recent months, there have been complaints about the political sensibilities of speakers invited to address a corporate audience; debates over the appropriate length of paternity leave or work-life ...
Trends changing the face of China  Stuff.co.nz
Delta sets new guidelines on service animals allowed on board
Delta Air Lines is tightening the leash on service and emotional support animals, requiring human passengers to hand over more information about their pets before everyone gets cozy in coach.
Delta Air Lines Gets Ready to Expand Again in Seattle and Boston  Motley Fool
Good dog, bad dog … Delta wants to know before you board  wwlp.com