Well, this week has started with a bang in the world of business. 

Here are TheStreet's top reads for this evening. 

Bye-Bye Scaramucci

Hedge funder Anthony Scaramucci -- aka The Mooch -- lasted a little more than a week as President Trump's new communications director.

TheStreet's Ron Orol points out his resignation raises new questions about whether China-based HNA Group Co. Ltd. can get U.S. government clearance for an acquisition it has underway for control of Scaramucci's fund of hedge funds business, Skybridge Capital LLC.

Meanwhile, TheStreet's Anders Keitz runs through all of the major departures of the Trump administration. The list is certainly piling up. 

And finally, our Breana Noble looks at all of the high-profile tweets that erupted in the wake of The Mooch's exit. 

Tesla, Tesla, TESLA!

TheStreet's tech columnist Eric Jhonsa compares Tesla's (TSLA) - Get Report Model 3 to Apple's (AAPL) - Get Report iPhone. Yours truly still isn't an electric car fan...

Tesla shares finished Monday down 3.4% following a vicious sell call by Goldman Sachs ahead of earnings this week. 

Bitcoin Mania Is Coming

Bitcoin is making a split on Tuesday, but that may not mean investors should, too.

Bitcoin's transaction history and blockchain will fork on Tuesday, giving everyone who stores bitcoins in a participating wallet or exchange an equivalent number of coins in a brand new cryptocurrency, Bitcoin Cash. According to the future's market, Bitcoin Cash will be valued at around $300. Bitcoins are more than $2,800 each, up more than 180% in 2017 to date.

Breana Noble tells you what you need to know.

Must Watch of the Evening

Haven't heard of this Japanese billionaire? We're not surprised.

This secretive Japanese billionaire wants to control your phone and cable bills. Masayoshi Son is the founder and CEO of SoftBank Group Corp and is the richest man in Japan with an estimated net worth of $20.5 billion. He now wants to purchase Charter Communications (CHTR) - Get Report . The move comes hours after Charter rejected an offer from SoftBank to combine with telecom company Sprint Corp. (S) - Get Report , of which SoftBank is the majority shareholder.

Who is Masayoshi Son? Here's some information about the billionaire businessman.

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