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Why Trump gets more hype out of 1000 jobs than Obama does out of 16 million
At least for a moment, President-elect Donald Trump appeared to achieve this week what President Obama struggled to do for most of the past eight years: convince Americans that he can fix the economy.
Market Recon: Today's Jobs Data Still Matter Quite a Lot  TheStreet.com
National unemployment rate falls to 9-year low  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Christian Science Monitor  
Start-up CEO Sacks resigns; report says Trump team next
SAN FRANCISCO - Zenefits CEO David Sacks is stepping down amid speculation that he has been tapped by billionaire technology investor Peter Thiel to assist president-elect Donald Trump.
How GE Healthcare is using magnets to cut down on liquid helium  Fast Company
David Sacks Stepping Down as Zenefits CEO  Wall Street Journal
North Dakota pipeline protesters are digging in for a brutal winter
Woman Cries North Dakota Access Pipeline A woman cries during the sunrise in Oceti Sakowin camp as "water protectors" continue to demonstrate against plans to pass the Dakota Access pipeline near the Standing Rock Indian Reservation, near Cannon ...
Standing Rock Pipeline Protesters, Ordered to Leave, Dig In  New York Times
Emergency officials: We won't let pipeline protesters freeze  Washington Post
Silicon Valley Chiefs Notably Absent From Trump's Cabinet of Business Advisers
“Donald comes from the financial services world. I think he tends to pick people who he's comfortable with,” Stephen Schwarzman of the Blackstone Group said.
NY Times: No Silicon Valley Reps on Trump's Financial Forum  Newsmax
Trump Staffs Strategic and Policy Forum with Some H-1B Enthusiasts  Breitbart News
Airbnb settles NYC lawsuit, with hosts losing the most
After rallying hosts to fight a New York state law that fines them for posting technically illegal listings on Airbnb, the company has abandoned the cause.
Airbnb Has Settled Its Lawsuit Against The City  Gothamist
Airbnb and New York City settle short-term rental lawsuit filed by company  Digital Trends
New Oriental Dives On Investigation Into Academic Fraud Allegations
The American International Recruitment Council, which certifies agencies that recruit foreign students for U.S. colleges, told Reuters that it could revoke New Oriental's certification if the accusations against it are true.
New Oriental sinks after Reuters reports on application fraud  Seeking Alpha
New Oriental (EDU) puts active after Reuters says Standards council ...  StreetInsider.com
United Airlines' 1st Houston-Havana flight departs Saturday
United Airlines' inaugural flight from Houston to Havana is scheduled to leave Bush Intercontinental Airport at 10:23 a.m. Saturday, a local indicator of thawed relations between the two countries.
Weighing a Last-Minute Trip to Cuba  New York Times
United Airlines launches first flight to Cuba from Houston  KTRK-TV
Of Course Norwegian Air Should Get Its Licence - The Economy Is For Consumers ...
Norwegian Air has been granted a licence to use its Irish subsidiary as the vehicle with which to make flights to the US. This is one of those things which should be entirely uncontroversial under the usual EU/US agreements.
U.S. approves new airline over objections from N.J. Republican and his union ...  NJ.com
DOT approves contested Norwegian Air flights  KHOU.com
Tesla will never have to worry about selling cars
Consumer Reports just handed down a not-very-good review of the Tesla Model X, calling the all-electric SUV that launched last year "more showy than practical.
Why A Hedge Fund Manager Thinks Tesla's Model 3 May Put Elon Musk Out of ...  Fortune
Five challenges facing Tesla after SolarCity merger  Buffalo News
How will Trump's pressure affect the auto industry?
The president-elect's personalized appeals to companies also prompted a warning from a stalwart ally. By David Iaconangelo, Staff December 3, 2016.
CEO Mark Fields Says Ford Still Moving Small-Car Output to Mexico Despite ...  Wall Street Journal
Ford is open to a deal with Trump to keep jobs in America — for a price  The Week Magazine