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Coal Miners Hope Trump's Order Will Help. But Few Are Counting on It.
The Pocahontas coal mine in Raleigh County, West Virginia. Many in coal country celebrated President Trump's move aiming to roll back Obama-era policies, while acknowledging that regulations played only a part in coal's downturn.
Trump is on a rampage to endanger the planet. Now it's up to us to save it.  Washington Post
Overnight Regulation: Trump signs order to undo Obama's climate actions  The Hill
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The House just voted to wipe out the FCC's landmark Internet privacy protections
Congress sent proposed legislation to President Trump on Tuesday that wipes away landmark online privacy protections, the first salvo in what is likely to become a significant reworking of the rules governing Internet access in an era of Republican ...
House passes bill undoing Obama internet privacy rule  The Hill
Congress Moves to Overturn Obama-Era Online Privacy Rules  New York Times
Trump touts jobs as Ford invests $1.2 billion in Michigan plants. But there ...
Even before Ford unveiled plans Tuesday to spend $1.2 billion modernizing assembly plants and building a data center in Michigan, President Trump took to Twitter to herald the forthcoming announcement as an example of “car companies coming back to ...
Ford Delights Donald Trump With $1.2 Billion in New Michigan Investments  Motley Fool
Wayne celebrates investment in Ford plant  Detroit Free Press
As Tesla's Chinese Sales Boom, Tencent Could Be a Useful Partner
Since Tencent has said little about its $1.8 billion investment in Tesla Motors (TSLA) outside of a boilerplate statement praising Elon Musk's "vision, ambition, and execution," it's hard to presume much for now about what kind of alliance the Chinese ...
Chinese company Tencent picks up five percent of Tesla  Christian Science Monitor
Tesla deal boosts Chinese presence in US auto tech  Reuters
Wells Fargo Reaches $110 Million Fake Accounts Settlement
Wells Fargo & Co. reached a $110 million settlement with customers nationwide over claims its employees set up fraudulent accounts to boost their own pay, a deal that moves the bank another step toward closing the books on last year's scandal ...
Wells Fargo agrees to pay $110 million to settle customer accounts lawsuit  Business Insider
Wells Fargo to pay $110 million to settle lawsuit over account abuses  Reuters
Uber Releases Diversity Report and Repudiates Its 'Hard-Charging Attitude'
Uber's headquarters in San Francisco. The company's first report detailing the composition of its work force depicted an overwhelmingly male and white employee base.
Uber's Diversity Report Leaves Out the Most Important Thing  Bloomberg
Uber's first diversity report is not the worst thing ever  TechCrunch
BlackRock Cuts Dozens of Jobs and Fees in Stock-Picking Unit
BlackRock Inc., the world's largest asset manager, is shaking up its struggling stock-picking unit by cutting jobs, reorganizing funds and lowering fees.
At BlackRock, Machines Are Rising Over Managers to Pick Stocks  New York Times
BlackRock cuts fees and jobs; stockpicking goes high-tech  Reuters
Paulson Partner Charles Murphy Dead of Apparent Suicide
Veteran hedge fund industry executive Charles Murphy, most recently a partner with John Paulson's Paulson & Co., died Monday after reportedly falling from the 24th floor of the Sofitel Hotel in midtown Manhattan.
Hedge fund manager with Greenwich ties dies in New York  Greenwich Time
Hedge Fund Investor Charles Murphy Dies in Apparent Suicide  Wall Street Journal (subscription)
Elon Musk Invests In Neuralink, A New Artificial Intelligence Company
Elon Musk sleeps only 6 hours a day. He runs Tesla, which builds automobiles and makes batteries. He also runs SpaceX, which is about to break all the rules of space travel by using a recycled rocket to lift a satellite into space.
Elon Musk's new startup — your brain  The Mercury News
Elon Musk is founding another company  CNBC
Wall Street posts sharp gains, fuelled by strong consumer data
U.S. stocks ended sharply higher on Tuesday, with financial and energy shares surging as data showed U.S. consumer confidence soaring to a more than 16-year high.
Stocks at Session Highs on Gains in Energy, Financials; Dow to Snap Losing ...  TheStreet.com