The Morning Hype: North Korea's Hotline, Google's Tax Shelter, and the 'Bomb Cyclone'

 

North Korea Gives South Korea a Call Before the Winter Olympics (via Bloomberg)

Petrobas Agrees to Pay $2.95BN Settlement to U.S Over Corruption Lawsuit (via Reuters)

SouthWest Gives Employees $1k Bonus, Cites Tax Bill (via MarketWatch)

Report: Intel Chips from the Last 10 Years Have Major Design Flaw (via Gizmodo)

Google Saved $3.7BN in Taxes in 2016, Still Using the Same Tax Shelters (via The Verge)

Apparently Trump's Tweet Threat to North Korea Doesn't Count as Violating Terms… (via Mashable)

Spotify Gets Slapped with $1.6BN Licensing Lawsuit (via Fortune)

Hoda Kotb Replaces Lauer on 'Today' (via Forbes)

Weight Watchers Partners with DJ Kahled, Stock Surges (via Fortune)

A 'Bomb Cyclone' Will Hit the East Coast Tomorrow (via Patch)

Nintendo Couldn't Have Had a Better 2017, But What Will the Next Year Bring? (via Business Insider)

 

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