Wed, Jan 17, 2018
1:17 amYouTube assigning workers to review videos to avoid another Logan Paul-type disaster
In the wake of the Logan Paul controversy, YouTube is trying to reassure advertisers by pledging to "manually review" a significant chunk of the videos on its website.
12:30 amCFPB says it will reconsider its rule on payday lending
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has taken the first step to killing or revising the payday lending rule it finalized only a few months ago.
Tue, Jan 16, 2018
10:55 pmTrump hotels swarmed with 's***hole' reviews on Yelp
Five days ago, the Trump International Hotel in Washington DC had an average Yelp rating of 4 out of 5 stars. As of today, that average had dropped two full stars after hundreds of reviews describing the hotel as a "s***hole" were posted with the lowest-possible one-star rating.
8:10 pmHow New York's governor wants to get around the SALT cap
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo says the federal government just lobbed an "economic missile" at New York by limiting tax filers' state and local tax deduction.
7:59 pmGE could break itself apart as cash crisis deepens
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7:57 pmFox News shelved story on Trump and porn actress Stormy Daniels before election
Fox News had a story at the height of the presidential election that detailed an alleged sexual relationship between porn actress Stephanie Clifford -- whose stage name is "Stormy Daniels" -- and Donald Trump, but opted not to publish it, four people familiar with the matter told CNN.
7:24 pmMore than 20 states sue to stop FCC's net neutrality repeal
The future of how the internet is regulated could be decided in court.
5:27 pmMercedes finally updates 40-year-old SUV. But you might not notice
The antique look of the Mercedes-Benz G-class SUV is a big part of its rugged charm. So much so, in fact, that even though the 2019 version is completely new, Mercedes designers have made sure it still looks old.
4:49 pmCitigroup takes a $22 billion hit -- and its stock goes up
Short-term pain. Long-term gain.
4:21 pmNestle selling U.S. candy brands to Nutella company
Nestle is selling nearly $3 billion worth of its U.S. candy brands, including Butterfinger, BabyRuth and Nerds, to Ferrero, the maker of Nutella, according to the companies.
4:03 pmKilling NAFTA would cost 300,000 American jobs, analysis says
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3:56 pmThis is what the new Dunkin' Donuts stores will look like
Dunkin' Donuts is getting a facelift.
3:43 pmWhat the tax law will really mean for your paycheck
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3:11 pm'Emoji Movie' and popcorn: The cinema experience returns to Saudi Arabia
Hollywood fans in Saudi Arabia are getting a taste of things to come.
2:45 pmFord's most powerful street car ever: New 700 horsepower Mustang
The new Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 will have over 700 horsepower, making it be the most powerful street-legal production car the company has ever made.
2:24 pmGE takes a $6 billion hit from its financial business
General Electric can't escape its troubled past.
2:19 pmWall Street titan to CEOs: It's not just about the money
Larry Fink, the chief executive of BlackRock, has a message for major companies: Do more to help society.
2:15 pmPBS series to explore charting course for #MeToo movement
PBS will explore issues surrounding sexual harassment and assault -- with an emphasis on a path forward -- in a five-part series titled "#MeToo, Now What?," scheduled to premiere in February.
1:35 pmA bond sell-off could be 'Armageddon' for the market
The stock market keeps hitting record highs because of a potent cocktail of strong earnings and solid global economic growth. The corporate tax cut is a nice little chaser.
1:05 pmGoogle plans to expand undersea cables
The fight for the cloud is taking place under the ocean.
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