The Morning Hype: Toyota Recall, NAFTA Negotiations Hit Wall, and Keystone Pipeline’s Final Approval

The Morning Hype: Toyota Recall, NAFTA Negotiations Hit Wall, and Keystone Pipeline’s Final Approval

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Qualcomm Investors Want More Money for Broadcomm Merger Deal (via Bloomberg)

Merkel and Coalition Talks Fail, Leaving German Government Unsure (via Reuters)

Apple Delays HomePod, Won't Be Around for Holidays (via MarketWatch)

Toyota Recalls Nearly 70,000 Priuses for Power Loss Malfunction (via Jalopnik)

Jeffrey Tambor Leaves 'Transparent' After Sexual Harrassmnet Allegations (via The Verge)

Charles Manson Dead at 83 (via Mashable)

Mexico and Canada Are Not Cool with U.S Auto Demands in NAFTA Negotiations (via Fortune)

Trades Seems Likely to Have Increased this Year (via Forbes)

NYC: Google Maps Tells Us the Best Ways to Get Out of NYC for Thanksgiving (via Patch)

Nebraska Holds the Final Approval for Keystone XL Pipeline Project (via Business Insider)

 

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