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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.
Maybe Next Time: Cities See Failed Amazon Bids as Trial Runs  U.S. News & World Report
Indianapolis made it to the Amazon top 20, and these experts see a good shot ...  Indianapolis Star
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'LA Times' owner investigates publisher Ross Levinsohn after misconduct claims
SAN FRANCISCO - The Los Angeles Times has aggressively covered #MeToo sexual harassment charges against powerful figures in Hollywood.
Los Angeles Times publisher under investigation by parent company over ...  Los Angeles Times
LA Times CEO under investigation after report on impropriety  Tampabay.com
SoftBank is Now the Largest Stakeholder in Uber as Deal Closes
A sign is seen as Uber announces resumed ride-hailing services in Taipei, Taiwan on April 13, 2017. Tyrone Siu—Reuters. By Reuters.
Uber co-founder Travis Kalanick a billionaire after $8bn investment deal  BBC News
Uber-SoftBank deal has closed, making SoftBank largest shareholder  Reuters
Wells Fargo customers charged twice for automatic payments
Wells Fargo is on damage control after another embarrassment. On Wednesday, customers across the country were double charged on automatic payments made online through bill pay.
Wells Fargo apologizes for glitch that emptied out some bank accounts  SFGate
Wells Fargo billing glitch infuriates customers  WOWT
Amazon releases list of metro areas being considered for its second HQ
Amazon.com has released a list of 20 regions in the United States and Canada that the online retail giant is considering as possible sites for its second headquarters.
Amazon reveals top 20 city candidates for its second HQ  TechCrunch
Amazon competitors narrowed to 20  Youngstown Vindicator
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
Business briefs: Stocks slip; Amazon cuts cities from HQ2 list  Charleston Post Courier
American Express earnings: $1.58 per share vs. $1.54 expected
CEO Ken Chenault said the company will temporarily suspend its buyback program due to a one-time charge from the new tax law. Chenault, the company's 17-year CEO, is retiring in February, to be succeeded by current Vice Chairman Stephen Squeri.
Tax overhaul leads AmEx to first loss in 26 years, buyback suspension  Reuters
American Express Posts $1.2 Billion Loss Due to New Tax Law  U.S. News & World Report
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.
Trump consumer protection chief requests $0 in funding  CNNMoney
Trump's consumer protection bureau has an odd budget request: Zero  CNBC
During This American Airlines Emergency Landing, a Pilot Filmed What Happened ...
Absurdly Driven looks at the world of business with a skeptical eye and a firmly rooted tongue in cheek. It all started calmly enough.
Video of American Airlines flight from Phoenix shows emergency landing in Dallas  AZCentral.com
American Airlines passengers brace for emergency landing  Hawaii News Now
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.
Tim Cook Panders to Trump, Claims the GOP Tax Bill Is Responsible for “Large ...  Slate Magazine
Apple lauded for its new multibillion-dollar investments. But were they ...  NBCNews.com