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Donald Trump tells Detroit auto CEOs that environmental regulations are 'out ...
President Trump told leaders of the country's largest automakers Tuesday that he will curtail “unnecessary” environmental regulations and make it easier to build plants in the United States, changes that he expects will shore up the manufacturing jobs ...
Some Firms Are Harnessing Trump's Tweets As A Marketing Strategy  NPR
Trump, in Meeting, Urges Automakers to Build in United States  New York Times
Trump seeks to revive Dakota Access, Keystone XL oil pipelines
President Trump signed executive orders Tuesday to revive the controversial Dakota Access and Keystone XL oil pipelines, another step in his effort to dismantle former president Barack Obama's environmental legacy.
Trump takes action to move forward with Keystone, Dakota Access pipelines  The Hill
Canada May Face Era of Pipeline Abundance After Keystone Move  Bloomberg
Materials, Financials Help Lift S&P 500, Nasdaq to New Highs
U.S. stocks posted solid gains Tuesday, propelling the Standard & Poor's 500 index and Nasdaq composite to all-time highs.
S&P 500, Nasdaq set records as tech, banks lead  Reuters
S&P 500, Nasdaq notch new records as Dow moves closer to 20000  MarketWatch
Alcoa Holders See Sales Rise at New-Look Company on Prices
Alcoa Corp., the aluminum producer that split from its jet- and car-parts business last year, reported higher-than-expected sales as the price of the metal rose.
Alcoa beats revenue estimates, sees higher aluminum demand  Reuters
Alcoa Reports Loss on Post-Split Restructuring
Judge says Aetna dropped out of some Obamacare markets to help win its merger ...
Aetna announced it would pull out of most of the state exchanges where it sold health insurance under the Affordable Care Act last August, citing financial losses.
Aetna jeopardized its antitrust case and the ACA by exiting some exchanges
Internal Aetna Email Suggest Its Obamacare Withdrawals Weren't Business ...  Huffington Post
Verizon rivals put squeeze on No. 1 carrier's growth
Verizon is expecting a year of flat growth, thanks in part to a competitive squeeze put on the telecom giant. Amid an increasingly challenging wireless market, Verizon on Tuesday reported adjusted earnings of 86 cents per share, down from the 89 cents ...
Verizon testing 5G in 10 locations, could expand beyond fiber footprint  RCR Wireless News
Verizon revenue dips on decline in new additions  MarketWatch
Target will launch its own mobile payments system this year
Target's CartWheel application has grown to some 27 million shoppers who have used it over the past three years following its debut to save over $600 million at checkout.
Target is bringing mobile payments in-store but not through Apple Pay  Macworld
Target will roll out a mobile payment system later this year  Minneapolis Star Tribune
Apple Forecasted to Report Record Earnings Next Week, but Will iPhone 8 Keep ...
Barclays estimates that Apple will report a record-breaking $76.6 billion in revenue when it announces its earnings results for the first quarter of fiscal 2017 on January 31.
Apple: Watch out for the 'Mix Down,' Warns Barclays  Barron's (blog)
Apple downgraded on expectations stock and sales will struggle through 2017  MarketWatch
Toyota Seeks to Head Off Trump With a Big Investment in US Manufacturing
Toyota announced an expansion of an Indiana factory that will create 400 new U.S. jobs. But there's a catch: It'll be a while before that happens.
Toyota to add 400 jobs, sink $600M into Indiana SUV factory  U.S. News & World Report
Toyota Adding 400 Indiana Jobs in $600 Million Answer to Trump  Bloomberg
Martin Shkreli Launches Website Blasting Other Pharma Companies for Price Hikes
The “pharma bro” is at it again. Fresh off being suspended from Twitter for harassing Teen Vogue's Lauren Duca, Turing Pharmaceuticals founder Martin Shkreli has started a new website.
Amid heavy criticism of drug prices, pharma group launches ad campaign to ...  Becker's Hospital Review
Pharma Lobby Fights Back Against Trump Criticism With TV Ads  Bloomberg