The Morning Hype: Cali's Legal Weed Wait, IRS Tax Changes, and the Company Named 'Steve Jobs'

 

Although Cali Will Sell Recreational Pot by Jan 1, Cities Aren't Quite Ready (via Bloomberg)

Airbus is Catching Up to Boeings Record Contract Year (via Reuters)

Nobody Wants Instagram's New 'Recommended Posts' Feature (via Gizmodo)

IRS Says Don't Rush to Pre-Pay Property Taxes, You Won't End Up Paying Less (via MarketWatch)

This Analyst Says Tesla's Demand for Model 3 Much Lower Than Expected (via Fortune)

Tesla's Electric Semi-Truck Gives Inspiration to Competing Companies (via Forbes)

Italian Company Wins Right to Name Themselves 'Steve Jobs', Sells Denim (via The Verge)

WHO Will Classify Video Game Addiction As a Official Mental Health Disorder (via Mashable)

Terror Attacks Make Authorities Boost Security for NYE in Times Square (via Patch)

SoftBank Reduces Power of Kalanick in Uber Board (via Business Insider)

 

 

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