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The US government's laptop ban is now in effect — here's what we know so far
The ban, which was announced on Tuesday, forbids passengers from bringing any electronic devices larger than a cell phone into the cabin of certain flights to the US.
Laptop ban 'mystery': Why did the US and UK choose different countries  CNNMoney
Emirates: Use our new 'laptop handling service' to beat ban  USA TODAY
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GameStop shares plummet on reports of lost sales
Shares of GameStop fell more than 13 percent Friday after the company reported sales declines in almost all of its segments during the fourth quarter.
GameStop closing at least 150 stores amid sales decline  The Denver Post
GameStop to shutter at least 150 stores this year  Retail Dive
As Uber Grew Hastily, Diversity Took a Backseat
Under pressure from harassment and sexism allegations, the ride-hailing giant is rethinking its approach to hiring. by. Olivia Zaleski.
Uber execs' trip to karaoke hostess bar raised HR complaint  USA TODAY
Why Did Sexual Harassment Fell Uber?  Forbes
Alphabet's (GOOG) Investors Think YouTube Ad Issues Will Impact Sentiment More ...
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GOP health care failure will make tax reform much harder  CBS News
More big brands pull ads from YouTube in widening boycott  Nashua Telegraph
Penn Station Commuters Grit Teeth Through Massive Delays Due To Amtrak Derailment
Commuters in Penn Station wait to see the fate of their trains. (Photo by Scott Lynch). Commuters trying to leave the city from Penn Station on Friday evening dealt with massive amounts of delays, following the derailment of an Amtrak train that same ...
How to Get Out of (and Into) New York Tonight After Amtrak Derailment  NBC New York
Penn Station Returning to Normal After Minor Derailment Friday  NY1
Senate Votes To Undo Privacy Rules that Protect User Data
The Republican-led Senate moved Thursday to undo Obama-era regulations that would have forced internet service providers like Comcast and Verizon to ask customers' permission before they could use or sell much of their personal information.
US Senate Votes to Let ISPs Sell Your Data Without Consent  Valley News Live
Senate quietly votes to overturn internet privacy laws which protects ...  The Independent
Charter jobs touted by Trump were reportedly in works for years
President Trump has announced a major investment in the U.S. by Charter Communications, but some news outlets are claiming that most of this plan was in place before he took office.
Trump touts Charter hiring that was in works for two years  PoliticusUSA
Trump Announces More Jobs Coming Back To US As Communications Giant Makes ...  Western Journalism
California Upholds Auto Emissions Standards, Setting Up Face-Off With Trump
Traffic in Los Angeles in December. California is authorized to enact its own stricter emissions rules under a Clean Air Act waiver.
California Deepens Trump Rift, Keeps Cleaner-Car Rules  Bloomberg
Unlike Trump, California affirms car emissions standard  USA TODAY
Trump official: AI effect on jobs is 'far away'
FUTURE OF WORK: Some scientists say the impact of artificial intelligence is already being felt in fields such as transportation, above.
Treasury secretary says a tax overhaul will be easier lift for Congress than ...  Washington Post
Mnuchin: Trump 'ready to go' on tax reform  The Hill
Exxon Can't Find Up to a Year of Tillerson's 'Wayne Tracker' Emails
Exxon Mobil Corp. may have lost as much as a year's worth of emails that former Chief Executive Officer Rex Tillerson used to discuss climate change risks and other sensitive issues under the alias 'Wayne Tracker,' a lawyer for New York state told a judge.
In Exxon climate change probe, how will the 'lost emails' be recovered?  Christian Science Monitor
Climate Emails From Former Exxon CEO Rex Tillerson's Alias Account Have ...  Huffington Post