The Morning Hype: Trump's Tariffs, Facebook Scraps Two Newsfeeds Idea, and Xerox/FujiFilm Deal Still Getting Backlash from Board

 

Trumps Tariffs Won't Help America But Will  Hurt Us in Trade, Prompts Huge Sell-Off (via Bloomberg)

Deason Tries to Change Entire Xerox Board Over FujiFilm Deal, Gets Rejected (via Reuters)

Trump Wants to Meet with Videogame Leaders Over Violence in Games, Other Than Dealing with the Real Gun Control Problem (via Kotaku)

Equifax Raises Number of Americans Affected by Data Breach to 147.9MN (via MarketWatch)

Facebook Ditches Two Separate Newsfeeds Idea After Negative Reaction During Testing (via The Verge)

Someone Bought Weinstein Co. at the 12th Hour (via Fortune)

Forbes Has a Very Soft-Ball Interview with Hope Hicks (via Forbes)

DeBlasio's Choice for NYC School Chancellor Backs Out of Deal (via Patch)

Oracle CEO Safra Catz is Reportedly on Shortlist to Replace Trump's National Security Advisor (via Business Insider)

 

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