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Zuckerberg's Harvard Speech Shows He Doesn't Quite Get The Economics Of Jobs ...
Mark Zuckerberg has returned to Harvard and gained an honorary degree instead of the earned one he dropped out not to get. He also gave the commencement speech which was not a bad effort at all.
Mark Zuckerberg supports universal basic income. What is it?  CNNMoney
Mark Zuckerberg's best advice to young people: 'Finding your purpose ...  CNBC
Baltimore Sun  
Don't Forget about GDP Per Capita
With the release of the Trump administration's budget, increased attention has been paid to the question of economic growth. The budget forecasts real economic growth of about 3 percent a year - which is within the norms of the second half of the 20th ...
US economy slowed less than expected in first quarter; outlook cloudier  Reuters
Q1 US GDP Growth Revised Up To A Still Weak 1.2%  Forbes
Airplane passenger tries to bite flight attendant before jumping out of aircraft
A flight attendant's job isn't always a walk in the park but they're usually not subjected to physical harm from the passengers they serve.
Feds: Man tried to bite flight attendant, jumped from plane  Miami Herald
Man accused of jumping off plane onto tarmac at Charlotte airport
Oil prices rebound, sterling hit as May's lead shrinks
FILE PHOTO: A worker shelters from the rain under a Union Flag umbrella as he passes the London Stock Exchange in London, Britain, October 1, 2008.
Here's some bad news for oil in 2018  MarketWatch
Cheer Up, OPEC: Oil Price Slump May Yet Prove to Be `Knee Jerk'  Bloomberg
Muslim man sues Little Caesars, claiming 'halal' pizza was a lie
DEARBORN, MICH. - A Muslim man is suing Little Caesars for $100 million after he says he was served and then accidentally ate pepperoni made with pork, a food prohibited by Islamic law.
Metro Detroit Muslim man eats pork, sues Little Caesars over wrong labeling  WXYZ
Muslim man sues Little Caesars over pizza labeled 'halal'  Minneapolis Star Tribune
Lawsuit Claims GM Used Defeat Devices On Duramax Diesel Trucks And SUVs
Two owners of diesel-powered General Motors vehicles are accusing the car maker of producing an engine that exceeds U.S. standards for pollutant emissions under normal driving conditions, in a lawsuit that targets more than 700,000 Silverado trucks and ...
Lawsuit claims GM used VW-like defeat devices  The Detroit News
GM Accused in Lawsuit of Deceit on Diesel Truck Emissions  New York Times
Chipotle says 'most' of its restaurants were infected with credit card ...
Chipotle Mexican Grill today announced that it has identified the malware that was responsible for the credit card hack earlier this year.
Chipotle says hackers stole credit card data from some customers during last ...  CNBC
Chipotle says hackers stole payment card info in data breach  Reuters
The Trump Effect on CEO Pay
Clockwise from top left: Jamie Dimon of JPMorgan Chase, Steve Ells of Chipotle Mexican Grill, Gerald L. Hassell of Bank of New York Mellon and Dinesh C. Paliwal of Harman International Industries.
CEOs of big companies get the biggest raises in 3 years  Los Angeles Times
CEOs got biggest raise since 2013 as stock gains boost compensation  Fort Worth Star Telegram
Bitcoin Is Bigger Than Ever, And Here's Why That Matters
The money you've been using all your life is backed by a government of some sort, and it exists in a tangible way. Bitcoin is neither tangible nor backed by anyone, but it's still worth a great deal to some people.
Three reasons why this time is different for bitcoin  CNBC
Japan, South Korea drive global bitcoin prices as retail investor pile in  Reuters
Did You Notice Blackberry's Game-Changer?
In the article I talked about the $815 million binding/not contestable award that BlackBerry had won against Qualcomm in a contract dispute in the past between the two companies.
Qualcomm pays BlackBerry $940 million in royalty spat  Engadget
Final BlackBerry, Qualcomm settlement reaches $940 million  ZDNet