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Citing high cost, Trump says Boeing's contract to build Air Force One should ...
President-elect Donald Trump tweeted Tuesday morning that Boeing's contract to build the next Air Force One should be canceled because of the high cost of the program.
Politics|'Cancel Order!' Trump Attacks Plans for Upgraded Air Force One  New York Times
Trump Says US Should 'Cancel Order' for New Air Force One, Citing Costs  Wall Street Journal
Supreme Court sets tough insider trading rule
WASHINGTON -- The Supreme Court sought to crack down on insider trading Tuesday, ruling unanimously that tips passed between relatives and friends are illegal even if the corporate insider receives no financial benefit.
Supreme Court Sides With Prosecutors in Insider Trading Case  New York Times
Insider-Trading Prosecutions Backed by U.S. Supreme Court  Bloomberg
US Productivity Rose at 3.1% Rate in Third Quarter
WASHINGTON—The cost of labor in the U.S. grew more quickly than previously thought in the spring and summer, the latest sign that Americans' wages are picking up.
U.S. Productivity Up 3.1 Percent in Third Quarter  U.S. News & World Report
US productivity in third quarter fastest in two years  Business Insider
Chipotle's Co-CEO Gives Half Its Restaurants a 'C' Grade
This won't come as a surprise to many fast food eaters in the Northeast, but Chipotle Mexican Grill cmg thinks a lot of its restaurants leave a lot to be desired.
Chipotle Seeks to Lure Customers With Better Service  Wall Street Journal
Chipotle's E. coli woes might not be over  CNNMoney
US Trade Deficit Widened Sharply in October
The U.S. trade deficit widened sharply in October as exports weakened following a summer surge, and imports jumped, setting up a likely drag on overall economic growth in the final months of 2016.
Trade Gap in U.S. Widened to a Four-Month High in October  Bloomberg
Bigger trade deficit suggests trade will drag on growth  CNBC
Equinix to buy 29 Verizon data centers for $3.6B
Verizon is selling its data center business to Equinix in a $3.6 billion cash deal as the communications giant focuses on digital transformation for its customers, the companies announced Tuesday.
Verizon to Sell Data Centers to Equinix for $3.6 Billion  Bloomberg
Equinix to Buy Some Verizon Data Centers for $3.6 Billion  Wall Street Journal
Amazon's new grocery store is missing one of the most important things about ...
I've written about a lot of great tech, but these are the gadgets I... This is Amazon's grocery store of the future: no cashiers, no registers... The 10 most popular Christmas ads on YouTube in 2016 · The 10 things in advertising you need to know today ...
How 'Amazon Go' works: The technology behind the online retailer' ...  GeekWire
Amazon takes on tech's white whale: grocery shopping  MarketWatch
European markets close higher; IG Group shares collapse 38%
European bourses closed higher Tuesday as concerns over political instability eased and investors focused on the upcoming meeting of the European Central Bank.
Wall Street flat as telecom gains fail to counter oil drop  Reuters
Stocks track higher after Wall Street hit another record  U.S. News & World Report
Paschi Stock Sale Hangs in Balance as Italy Said to Weigh Aid
Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena SpA is making a final push to sway investors to back the lender as a political vacuum in Italy chills demand and brings the bank a step closer to state aid.
Italy readying state bailout for Monte dei Paschi bank: sources  Business Insider
Monte dei Paschi readied for state bailout after Renzi defeat  CNBC
BILL GROSS: The world's growing debt problem is just like the US prison system
Bill Gross, the Janus bond guru and legendary investor, thinks that America has two imprisonment problems. The first, wrote Gross in his new monthly Investment Outlook out Tuesday, is the literal incarceration rate in the US.
Gross Sees Trump's Anti-Globalization Agenda Hurting Profits  Bloomberg
Donald Trump's Stock Market Rally Won't Last  Fortune