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New York Times
Trump's Tariff Plan Leaves Blue-Collar Winners and Losers
New York Times
President Trump's announcement that he planned to impose steep tariffs on imported steel and aluminum delighted some blue-collar industries he had championed. “Enthusiastic and gratified are probably understatements,” said Michael A. Bless, the ...

MIT study that found low pay for Uber drivers to be revisited
March 3 (Reuters) - A Massachusetts Institute of Technology research group that this week reported nearly three-quarters of Uber Technologies and Lyft Inc drivers earned below minimum wage is revisiting its study after a tweeted challenge by Uber Chief ...

New York Times
Why It May Be Impossible to Measure the Impact of Stores Limiting Gun Sales
New York Times
Both sides of the gun control debate saw this week's decisions by Dick's Sporting Goods, Walmart and Kroger to limit firearms sales as symbolically game-changing. But whether those changes will actually have a meaningful effect on gun sales is ...
Cattle ranchers, tech start-ups are beefing over the meaning of 'meat'
Manhattan Mercury
It may be years before consumers can buy burgers grown in labs or tenderloins cultured in test tubes. But as investors pour funds into the so-called clean meat industry, beef producers are petitioning regulators to ensure the new products can't bear ...

The Inquisitr
Drunk Man Woke Up To A $1635 Uber Bill, Wants Crowd To Pay For The Ride
The Inquisitr
Kenneth Bachman took a 300-mile ride after a night of partying in West Virginia. He has now set up a fundraiser to recover the cost. Uber Taxi App Leon Neal / Getty Images Odd · Peter Will. Kenneth Bachman took a 300-mile ride after a night of partying ...

How Berkshire Hathaway Could Spend Its Cash Hoard
Motley Fool
Warren Buffett's conglomerate has a twelve-figure bank balance and the Berkshire chief is itching to spend it. Jeremy Bowman. (TMFHobo). Mar 3, 2018 at 11:47AM. Most people wouldn't complain about $116 billion burning a hole in their pocket, but most ...

U.S. News & World Report
Bike Helmets, Ski Goggles Swept up in Gun Control Debate
U.S. News & World Report
Public pressure against companies connected to the gun industry has hit an unlikely target: REI, the outdoors co-op better known for its public lands advocacy, liberal return policy and annual dividend for customers. March 2, 2018, at 6:08 p.m.. Bike ...

PR Newswire
A Fresh Start for Clean Energy in Virginia
Natural Resources Defense Council
There's reason to celebrate in Richmond today, for both the climate and the consumer, as we turn the page on an outdated regulatory model that was becoming a drag on Virginia's economy. Significant energy legislation now sits at Governor Northam's desk ...

California OKs autonomous car testing without backup drivers
Seattle Times
The change will be a big step toward getting autonomous vehicles to dealerships and onto the streets in that state, where companies such as Tesla and Waymo are leading the way. Share story. By. CHRISTOPHER WEBER. The Associated Press. LOS ANGELES ...

New York Daily News
Limited service restored at Westbury station after person hit, LIRR says
Long Island Rail Road said it resumed service on a limited basis on one of two tracks through Westbury after a full suspension caused by a train striking and killing an “unauthorized” individual on Saturday. The railroad announced the partial ...

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