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In Second Opinion, CrowdStrike pops more than 80 percent in IPO debut, American's CFOs are bracing for a 2020 recession and Facebook worries emails could show CEO Zuckerberg knew of questionable privacy practices.
In Second Opinion, Amazon is shutting down its restaurant delivery service, record-breaking heat is scorching the West and a group of state attorney generals are seeking to block the proposed T-Mobile/Sprint merger.
In Second Opinion, the Dow rises 100 points after the U.S. and Mexico reach a deal to avoid tariffs, a helicopter crash lands onto a roof of a New York City high-rise building and Salesforce is Tableau for more than $15 billion.
Second Opinion wraps up the week with news that FedEx will no longer provide express shipping for Amazon in the U.S., IBM is cutting almost 2,000 jobs as it reshapes the business and by 2040, more than half of new cars will be electric.
In Second Opinion, LyondellBasell ends talks with Odebrecht to buy Braskem, Tim Cook says Apple is not a monopoly and China warns its citizens about visiting or studying the U.S. while the latter country halts cruise visits and group tours to Cuba.
In Second Opinion, President Trump visits the Queen during his trip to the UK, Sephora will close all locations Wednesday for diversity training and the FTC gets jurisdiction for a possible Facebook antitrust probe.
In Second Opinion, TPG is looking to acquire Capital Senior Living Corp, Facial recognition startup Kairos settles lawsuits with founder and former CEO and President Trump's top trade adviser opposed Mexican tariffs.
In Second Opinion, JPMorgan Chase settles claims it discriminated against dads, Gannet Co and GateHouse Media have recently held merger talks and e-cigarette maker Juul is considering opening U.S. retail shops.
In Second Opinion, President Trump gives farmers $16 billion in aid, Andreessen Horowitz invests $22 million in PlanetScale and Lee and Wrangler stock falls during public debut.
In Second Opinion, Amgen is acquiring Copenhagen-based Nuevolution for $167 million, mobile networks are suspending orders for Huawei smartphones and Michael Avenatti, former lawyer for porn star Stormy Daniels, is indicted for an alleged extortion attempt against Nike.