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Yes, cities should indeed fight for tech jobs
Apple is also getting in the game now, announcing this week that it too is going to build a new “campus” that would focus on technical support, at least initially.
Cities should respond to Amazon's squeeze play by saying no to subsidies  Los Angeles Times
In quest for Amazon, some Nashvillians say no thanks  The Tennessean
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Serial stowaway sneaks onto O'Hare plane, flies to London: cops
Marilyn Hartman, 66, was arrested after getting onto an airplane at O'Hare without a ticket and flying to London, according to police.
Bay Area serial stowaway arrested at Chicago airport  The Mercury News
'Serial Stowaway' Marilyn Hartman Arrested at O'Hare: Cops  NBC Bay Area
Amazon's HQ2: Experts reveal their predictions
The race is on: Amazon has announced its list of 20 cities that are finalists to host its second headquarters. But who will -- and who should -- win?
Amazon's Utterly Predictable Game of Musical Chairs  Bloomberg
I'm from the Boston area — here's why I think it's the last ...  Business Insider
Amazon just made a major change — and it forced me to finally cancel my Prime ...
Though I wasn't getting my money's worth with Prime, I had been lulled into complacency. The price increase was the jolt I needed to snap out of it and cancel the service.
Amazon's Monthly Prime Price Hike Might Just Be Followed by an Annual Hike  TheStreet.com
Three Crypto Operators Sued By US Regulator  PYMNTS.com
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
Bitcoin Futures Cop Says It Will Remain on Beat During Shutdown  Bloomberg
Delta Air Lines Tightens Rules for Service and Support Animals
Delta Air Lines said on Friday that it was tightening its rules for transporting service and support animals in an effort to reduce misbehavior by dogs and other creatures that air carriers are required by law to allow on board.
Good dog, bad dog ... Delta wants to know before you board  Chron.com
Schlumberger posts fourth quarter loss on charges; Delta tightens rules for ...  Washington Post
Man mistakes bank drive-thru for Taco Bell, gets DUI after ordering burrito ...
SPRING HILL, Fla. - An allegedly intoxicated Florida driver looking for a bite to eat ended up with a DUI after mistaking a bank drive-thru for Taco Bell, according to WFTS.
'Ramp of Mystery' in middle of nowhere was drone test site  Austin American-Statesman
Deputies: Florida man tries to order burrito from bank, gets charged with DUI  Palm Beach Post
What is Ripple?
What is Ripple? Technically speaking, is Ripple a cryptocurrency in the mold of Bitcoin? The short answer is probably “no,” but that doesn't stop it from often being lumped into that same category.
Price Analysis, Jan. 19: Bitcoin, Ethereum, Bitcoin Cash, Ripple, IOTA ...  Cointelegraph (Bitcoin, Cryptocurrency and Blockchain News)
Crash and churn: Crypto story far from over despite falling prices  The Hill
Drivers May Pay $11.52 to Enter Manhattan's Congested Areas
Commuters driving into Manhattan's most congested areas would have to pay an $11.52 daily fee under a proposal from a panel created by Governor Andrew Cuomo.
NYC 'congestion pricing' could smack drivers with steep tolls  NJ.com
De Blasio now backing plan to charge vehicles driving in Manhattan  New York Post