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[WSJ] Wall Street banks are valuing Uber at up to $120 billion in its possible upcoming IPO. Read More

[CNBC] When it comes to Netflix—everyone is definitely still watching. Shares of the streamer soared as much as 15% after-hours yesterday when it smashed Q3 earnings. Read More

[NY Times] After 95 years of prohibition, Canada will be the first G7 nation to legalize recreational marijuana. Read More

[CNBC] Facebook says it has removed 559 Pages and 251 accounts that broke the social network’s rules against spam and “coordinated inauthentic behavior.” Read More

[USA Today] President Trump blames ‘crazy’ Fed for major stock market drop Click Here to Read More

[Wall Street Journal] Netflix to Open New Production Hub in New Mexico Click Here to Read More

[CNNBusiness] Unemployment rate lowest it has been since December 1969 Click Here to Read More

[CNBC] Recent MBA grads earn $150,000 — but 70% of schools in the US say applications are down. Click Here to Read More

[US News & World Report] J.C. Penney is counting on a former Jo-Ann’s Stores CEO to inject some energy into the struggling retail chain. Click Here to Read More

[Reuters] On Monday, President Trump touted a new trade deal with Canada and Mexico, suggesting this was a win for U.S. workers. Investors also breathed a sigh of relief that NAFTA had survived his strategy to reshape international commerce. Click Here to Read More

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