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In Second Opinion, Volkswagen is ordered to recall nearly 500,000 vehicles over emissions software, Hydro One files for IPO in Canada and is expected to raise about $1.71 billion and following the IRS, another U.S. government agency declares bitcoin to be a commodity.


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In Second Opinion, Samsung launches Samsung Pay in the U.S., Tesla plans on raising $500 million in a public offering and PBS mainstay “Sesame Street” lands a deal on HBO.


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In Second Opinion, a suspect is arrested in the Charleston church shooting, which is now called a hate crime, Fitbit shares surge in market debut and cyberbullying app StopIt nabs a notable investor–retired Yankee great Derek Jeter.


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First Read ushers in your morning with news that Golden Gate Capital is reportedly in talks to buy Ann Taylor, Google commits $150 million to diversity and Whole Foods is planning on opening a lower-price grocery chain targeting younger shoppers.


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In Second Opinion, Bank of New York is preparing to pay $700 million to resolve currency lawsuits, cruise lines cancel Tunisia as a stop in wake of terrorist attack and watch out, Apple, Google, Intel and TAG Heuer are teaming up to create a luxury smartwatch.

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In Second Opinion, the Federal Reserve indicates that it may hike up interest rates by the middle of the year, Facebook gets sued for gender discrimination and the pyramid scheme lawsuit against Herbalife is dismissed.


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First Read reveals to you why Uber and Lyft drivers love this dude’s blog, health reform will succeed because of big data and Facebook brings Amber Alerts to its news feeds.


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To end the week, First Read finds out why Tesla is building a giant battery factory when no one is buying, Venezuela could be headed for default and the U.S. threatened to fine Yahoo $250K a day if it didn’t comply with NSA data requests.


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To end your week, First Read reveals how a brothel owner sealed the deal to bring Tesla’s battery factory to Nevada, private equity clawbacks don’t work as advertised and controversy around Vector Capital investment.


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In Second Opinion, GlamGlow goes up for sale, Apple plans to launch its wearable devices in October and John Legere will likely run the combined Sprint/T-Mobile. Happy National Doughnut Day!


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In Second Opinion, RadiumOne’s abusive CEO needs to go, the bankruptcy filing from Energy Future Holdings could come as early as Monday evening, Amazon’s new smartphone will have a unique wireless data plan and Netflix is coming to cable.

Tesla Sells 10% Stake To Daimler

(Reuters) – German luxury car maker Daimler on Tuesday said it is taking a 10 percent stake in U.S. electric car start-up Tesla Motors, expanding its presence in the growing market for low- and no-emissions vehicles. Neither company would disclose the exact value of the deal, though Tesla founder and Chief Executive Elon Musk said […]

Tesla Nears New Funding

LOS ANGELES/DETROIT (Reuters) – Tesla Motors Inc expects to close a financing round of over $20 million from existing investors as soon as next week to bolster a cash balance now at $9 million, said Elon Musk, founder and chief executive of the electric car start-up. Musk, who became a billionaire by founding PayPal, said […]

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