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In Second Opinion, Luckin Coffee surges nearly 50 percent in IPO debut, Microsoft aims to train and certify 15,000 workers on AI skills by 2022 and Lions Gate shares soar on report that CBS wants to buy Starz for about $5 billion.
In Second Opinion, Fiverr files to go public, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio says he's running for president and Goldman Sachs is buying wealth manager United Capital for $750 million.
In Second Opinion, Grocery Outlet is going public, Disney is taking full control over Hulu and Secretary of State Pompeo tells Russia not to meddle in the next U.S. presidential election.
In Second Opinion, smartphone shipments hit a five-year low in North America, Kraft Heinz launches sale of its baby food unit and Chevron exits bidding for Anadarko, ceding victory to Occidental.
In Second Opinion, Walmart is raising the minimum age to buy tobacco to 21, Uber is set to price its IPO at the midpoint of its target range or below and GM says it will invest $700 to create 450 jobs in three Ohio cities.
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In Second Opinion, GM Cruise raises $1.5 billion from SoftBank and Honda, Lyft posts large loss in its first quarterly report as a public company and the Dow drops 600 points.
In Second Opinion, Lord & Taylor may go up for sale, Uber and Lyft drivers are striking ahead of Uber's IPO and Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan of Sussex's first royal baby, a boy, is born.
Second Opinion wraps up the week with news that Sinclair has reportedly agreed to buy 21 regional sports networks from Disney for more than $10 billion, new data suggests more than half of millennials think they'll be millionaires and unemployment dropped to 3.6 percent in April.
In Second Opinion, Stephen Moore withdraws from consideration for the Federal Reserve board, Facebook bans Louis Farrakhan, Alex Jones and others from its platforms as "dangerous" and Tesla looks to raise as much as $2.3 billion in financing.
In Second Opinion, ex-Google executives Eric Schmidt and Diane Greene are stepping down from Alphabet’s board, Hulu now has 28 million subscribers and the Federal Reserve leaves interest rates alone despite President Trump's call to cut them.

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