Second Opinion closes out the day with news that Gannett has acquired a stake in digital media firm Grateful Ventures; Google has sold 55 million Chromecasts, which is up from 30 million as of July 2016; and science has figured out why Larry David does such a great impression of Bernie Sanders.
In the wake of a report that Secretary of State Rex Tillerson was “on the verge of resigning” in the summer and had called President Trump a “moron,” Tillerson today said he “never considered leaving this post.”
Marilou Danley, girlfriend of alleged Las Vegas mass murder Stephen Paddock, is being questioned by the FBI.
Gannett has taken stake in digital media firm Grateful Ventures.
Google has sold 55 million Chromecasts, up from 30 million in July 2016.
Apple has “acqui-hired” the team from messaging assistant Init.ai to work on Siri.
Wells Fargo said it inappropriately charged fees to home buyers to lock in mortgage rates.
A Senate panel has approved self-driving car legislation.
That explains it! Larry David and Bernie Sanders share DNA.
Photo: Larry David attends a panel for his TV show “Curb Your Enthusiasm” during the TCA HBO Summer Press Tour in Beverly Hills, California, U.S., July 26, 2017. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni
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