The Morning Hype: Slow Start to Markets, 'The Last Jedi' Hits #1, and Space in 2018

 

Politicians Return to D.C, Prepare for Budget/Wall/DACA Fight (via Bloomberg)

Dollar Still Weak After New Years, All About Emerging and Asia Markets (via Reuters)

Not Surprising: 'The Last Jedi' Becomes Highest Grossing Movie of 2017 with $1BN (via MarketWatch)

Protests in Iran Lead Government to Block Mobile Data, Social Apps (via Gizmodo)

Smart-Lock Start-Up Otto Halt Operations After Funding Goes Dry (via The Verge)

Apple Offering $29 Battery Replacements After Phone Trottling Debacle (via Mashable)

Compass Group CEO and Family Killed in Plane Crash (via Fortune)

2017 Was a Great Space Year, What Does 2018 Have in Store for Science? (via Forbes)

DeBlasio Gets Sworn in For Second Term, Promises "A New Progressive Era" (via Patch)

Analysts Predict More Retail Woes for 2018 (via Business Insider)

 

 

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