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US slaps 'America First' tariffs on washing machines and solar panels
The US has approved controversial tariffs on imported washing machines and solar panels. The move is in line with President Donald Trump's "America First" trade policy, which aims to protect local manufacturers from foreign competition.
Trump Riles Asian Trade Partners With Tariffs on Solar, Washers  Bloomberg
Trump Slaps Tariffs On Imported Solar Panels And Washing Machines  NPR
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Netflix reels in customers after price hike, sending stock to new high
Netflix for a few dollars more? No problem. The Internet video provider again blasted past its own growth expectations, adding more than 8.3 million new subscribers from October through December 2017.
Netflix Shares Soar After Hours on Strong Subscriber Growth: 6 Top Takeaways  TheStreet.com
Netflix's Growth Is in the Eye of the Beholder  Bloomberg
Montana Governor Signs Order to Force Net Neutrality
WASHINGTON - Most efforts underway to restore so-called net neutrality face big obstacles and would take many months, if not years, to succeed.
Montana becomes first state to implement net neutrality after FCC repeal  The Hill
Montana becomes the first state to implement net neutrality  CNET
Bacardi To Acquire Patron Tequila In $5.1 Billion Deal; Billionaire Owner Will ...
John Paul Dejoria attends The Salvation Army Celebrity Kettle Kickoff in Los Angeles in November 2017. (Photo by Greg Doherty/Getty Images).
Bacardi to buy Patr´┐Żn tequila in $5.1B premium spirits deal  USA TODAY
Bacardi buys tequila maker Patron in $5.1bn deal  BBC News
Budweiser drops to fourth most popular beer in the US
FILE PHOTO: Georgia Glymore, a bottler, makes quality control checks on bottles of Budweiser moving down the production line in the Bevo Packaging Plant on Tuesday, Oct. 13, 2015, at A-B InBev's operation in St. Louis.
Miller Lite Passes Budweiser in Sales as All Big Beers Decline  AdAge.com
Budweiser falls off the list of America's three favorite beers  CNNMoney
Rupert Murdoch wants Facebook to pay for the news
Rupert Murdoch, the executive chairman of News Corporation, today issued a statement calling for Facebook and Google to subsidize the news traveling through their platforms.
Rupert Murdoch says Facebook needs to pay publishers the way cable companies do  Recode
Rupert Murdoch: Facebook should pay media companies for news on social network  USA TODAY
Woman missing after falling from Carnival cruise ship
NEW ORLEANS (AP) - A woman has fallen overboard from a cruise ship into the Gulf of Mexico while sailing from New Orleans. Carnival Cruise Line spokesman Vance Gulliken told news outlets that a 44-year-old woman fell from the Carnival Triumph on ...
Woman falls off Carnival cruise ship days after another passenger died on ...  New York Daily News
Passenger Reported Overboard From Carnival Triumph  Cruise Law News
UK Regulator Says Fox-Sky Deal "Not in Public Interest"
Citing concerns about the influence of the Murdoch family, which controls Fox and News Corp, the Competition and Markets Authority suggests the government could block the deal, order a spin-off or divestiture of Sky News or set behavioral remedies.
Fox-Sky Deal Not in Public Interest, UK Regulator Says  Bloomberg
Fox takeover of Sky 'not in public interest' - CMA  Financial Times
Celgene Buys Juno Therapeutics: A Risky $9B Bet
Johanna Bennett , Contributor I write about pharma, biotech and health-care investing. Opinions expressed by Forbes Contributors are their own.
Bluebird Bio Shouldn't Be Blue  Bloomberg
The hottest thing in cancer drug development just won a $9 billion endorsement  Business Insider
Amazon doesn't care if you accidentally shoplift from its cashier-less store
Amazon Go, the e-commerce giant's new cashier-less grocery store in downtown Seattle, opened today to a mix of general curiosity and incredulity.
Amazon Go: lines form in Seattle to be among the first to try checkout-free ...  USA TODAY
Amazon Go Is Dazzling. But How Many Jobs Will It Kill?  Slate Magazine