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For $200000, Tesla will sell you the 'world's fastest' consumer car
Tesla's very first car is back. It's red. It's fast. And it will cost you upward of $200,000. The Roadster, the electric sports car that put the automaker on the map, made a surprising appearance at Tesla's semi-truck event late Thursday.
Musk Dusts Off the Fundraising Playbook With Semi, Roadster Orders  Bloomberg
5 Biggest Takeaways From Tesla's Semi Truck and Roadster Event
Stitch Fix's Katrina Lake Did More With Less Cash
Katrina Lake became the first female chief executive officer to take a company public in the U.S. this year when Stitch Fix Inc. started trading on Friday.
Stitch Fix goes public in the first tech IPO led by a woman this year  Washington Post
Stitch Fix IPO: The online styling service's stock jumps, then sags  Los Angeles Times
Rupert Murdoch's Fortune Jumps $600 Million Amid Talk Of Selling Some 21st ...
Selling off media assets at Fox got a thumbs up from the stock market on Friday morning. After media reports that 21st Century Fox is in talks with Comcast to sell its movie studio and other assets, the company's share price jumped Thursday and through ...
The media industry has suddenly become a 'Game of Thrones'-like ...  Business Insider
Why there's so much anxiety in the media business right now  CNNMoney
South Dakota pipeline spill hits TransCanada shares, Canada crude price
CALGARY, Alberta/LINCOLN, Nebraska (Reuters) - Canadian heavy crude prices and TransCanada Corp shares slid on Friday, the day after the Keystone pipeline spilled 5,000 barrels of oil in South Dakota as officials in Nebraska mulled whether to approve ...
Keystone Pipeline Springs a Leak as Extension Decision Nears  Bloomberg
Keystone Pipeline Leak Won't Affect Last Regulatory Hurdle  U.S. News & World Report
FCC votes to limit program funding internet access for low-income communities
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) took steps Thursday to roll back Lifeline - a program that subsidizes broadband and phone service for low-income households.
Trump's FCC May Turn Local TV News Right-Wing: What To Know About the ...  IndieWire
FCC begins scaling back internet subsidies for low-income homes  The Verge
One small backflip for a robot is one giant leaping backflip for humankind
Something that often bothers me about sci-fi is the loner inventor trope. A guy in a garage builds a robot, or AI, or frequently both that are somehow decades beyond the technology of his day, and all the wild implications of his vast technological ...
'Nightmare-inducing' robots are now able to do backflips  Fox News
Watch Parkour Robot Do Backflip as Boston Dynamics Unveils Latest Atlas Model  Newsweek
Start-up factory Y Combinator is no longer working with Peter Thiel
A Y Combinator blog post, which previously listed PayPal co-founder Peter Thiel as a part-time partner, now says, he's "no longer affiliated" with the incubator.
Y Combinator Cuts Ties With Peter Thiel After Ending Part-Time Partner Program  BuzzFeed News
Y Combinator Quietly Ends Relationship With Peter Thiel  Gizmodo
Retailers Rise Again, but Tech Leads Other US Stocks Lower
US stock indexes finish lower as technology companies return some of the previous day's gains. Nov. 17, 2017, at 4:51 p.m.. Retailers Rise Again, but Tech Leads Other US Stocks Lower.
Foot Locker Reveals Adidas Is Seeing a Stunning Trend That Nike Should Love
US stock indexes step back after a big gain; retailers climb  Honolulu Star-Advertiser
Man Finds Car 20 Years After Forgetting Where He Parked It
One time in Brooklyn I walked to where I thought I'd left my car only to find that the street was empty and that every car had been towed for a film shoot.
After 20 years, man reunites with car he parked and forgot  Times of India
Man Forgets Where He Parked, Finds Car 20 Years Later  Travel+Leisure
Report shows Takata recall still moving slowly
Detroit - A new report on recalls of potentially deadly Takata air bag inflators shows that automakers have replaced only 43 percent of the faulty parts even though recalls have been under way for more than 15 years.
Two-Thirds of US Vehicles With Takata Air Bags Still Not Fixed  Bloomberg
US rejects Ford petition to delay recall of three million vehicles  Reuters