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West Virginia Is Suing McKesson Corporation For Incentivizing Opioid SalesWest Virginia sues McKesson Corporation, alleging the company is distributing painkillers irresponsibly and incentivizing opioid sales.
Microsoft Hangs Up On Its Smartphone Business, Cuts Another 1,850 JobsMicrosoft is cutting 1,850 jobs and will book a $950 million writedown as it attempts to salvage a rocky entrance into the smartphone market.
Silicon Valley Billionaire Thiel May Be Funding Hulk Hogan LawsuitBillionaire tech investor Peter Thiel has been secretly funding Hulk Hogan's lawsuit against Gawker Media for publishing a sex tape.
Amazon To Build 2nd Fulfillment Center In TracyAmazon is planning to open a second fulfillment center in the Central Valley community of Tracy, bringing with it many more new jobs.
Google Self-Driving Tech Center Will Roll In DetroitGoogle said Wednesday it's opening a self-driving technology development center in the Detroit suburb of Novi.
'Too Smart To Rent?' SF Mortgage Lender's Ad Campaign Stokes Renter ResentmentA mortgage lender’s advertising campaign in San Francisco is striking a nerve with current renters.
Volkswagen Settlement Talks On Target To Meet June Deadline For SettlementVolkswagen and attorneys for vehicle owners affected by the company's emissions cheating scandal are on target to meet a June deadline for a final settlement.
Toyota Invests In Uber, Offers Lease Deals To DriversToyota is investing in Uber, making it the latest car company to put money in a ride-hailing app.
Los Angeles, Atlanta, Miami Awarded Super Bowls Through 2021The NFL awarded Super Bowls to Atlanta, Miami and Los Angeles, three cities that made significant financial investments in new stadiums or recently upgraded an existing one.
Video Shows Tesla Driver Apparently Sleeping While Car On AutopilotA video has surfaced of a Tesla driver who may have been sleeping while the electric car was in Autopilot.
More Ads Coming To Google's MapsYou may start seeing more ads when getting directions from Google's popular mapping service.
U.S. Home Sales Soar To Highest Levels Since Financial Crisis Of 2008Sales of existing homes rose in April for a second straight month to an annual pace of 5.45 million, the highest level since January 2008.

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