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CNBC
UK GDP comes in at 0.4% for third quarter, beating estimates
CNBC
A Union Jack flag flies near the Elizabeth Tower, commonly referred to as Big Ben, at the Houses of Parliament in central London, U.K., on March 29, 2017. The U.K. economy grew by 0.4 percent in the third quarter of this year, beating market estimates ...

Washington Post
Wall Street wins big as Senate votes to roll back regulation allowing consumers to sue their banks
Washington Post
Vice President Pence cast a tie-breaking vote late Tuesday to block new regulations allowing U.S. consumers to sue their banks, handing Wall Street and other big financial institutions their biggest victory since President Trump's election. The rules ...

Reuters
Chipotle shares fall as store openings scaled back, profit disappoints
Reuters
(Reuters) - Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc (CMG.N) will open fewer restaurants to get “fundamentals right” and posted disappointing quarterly sales and earnings on Tuesday, as the company struggles to recover from a bruising string of food safety lapses.

Fox News
NAACP warns African-Americans about flying on American Airlines
Fox News
An American Airlines Airbus A319 is seen taking off at Charlotte Douglas International Airport. (Laser1987). Citing several recent incidents, the NAACP on Tuesday issued an advisory warning African-Americans about traveling via American Airlines.

The Bozeman Daily Chronicle
Nissan executive bows to apologize for inspections scandal
The Bozeman Daily Chronicle
Toyota's Fine-Comfort Ride is displayed during the media preview of the Tokyo Motor Show in Tokyo Wednesday, Oct. 25, 2017. (AP Photo/Eugene Hoshiko). Eugene Hoshiko. Nissan executive bows to apologize for inspections scandal. Toyota's ...

CNBC
Michael Bloomberg says Brexit is 'single stupidest' thing a country has ever done … besides Trump
CNBC
The U.K.'s decision to leave the EU is the second most "stupidest" decision ever made by a country, only beaten by the U.S. voting for President Donald Trump, according to Michael Bloomberg. "I did say that I thought it (Brexit) was the stupidest thing ...

Fortune
AMD Shares Plunge 12% on Concerns About Future Sales
Fortune
Chip maker Advanced Micro Devices has spent 2017 steadily rolling out new products that offered impressive performance for personal computers, servers, and cloud data centers. In the third quarter, that translated into overall revenue growth of 26% and ...

Bloomberg
How India's $32 Billion Bank Rescue Is Expected to Play Out
Bloomberg
Prime Minister Narendra Modi's administration will inject an unprecedented 2.11 trillion rupees ($32 billion) into struggling state-run banks over the next two years, his biggest attempt to revive growth. This includes 1.35 trillion rupees through ...

Above the Law
Artificial Intelligence: An Historic Perspective
Above the Law
We've discussed artificial intelligence (AI) quite a bit in this column thus far — and with good reason. AI is currently THE topic in legal tech (although Blockchain is certainly running a close second), and it's almost impossible to carry on an in ...

Ars Technica
Worker who snuck NSA malware home had his PC backdoored, Kaspersky says
Ars Technica
An NSA worker who reportedly snuck classified materials out of the agency stored them on a home computer that was later infected by a malicious backdoor that allowed third-parties to remotely access the machine, officials with Moscow-based antivirus ...

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