The Morning Hype: Qualcomm/Broadcom Deal Investigation, Amazon Gets Petty Over Nest Products, and Uber/Lyft Driver Study Shows 74% Make Below Minimum Wage

 

Italy's Election Leads to Anti-Immigrant Radical Right Leader 'Claiming' Victory (via Bloomberg)

U.S Panel Orders Halt on Qualcomm/Broadcom Meeting for Investigation (via Reuters)

United Infuriates Employees by Cancelling Bonus Program for Random Lottery Drawing (via MarketWatch)

Amazon to Stop Selling Nest Products, Move Came "Straight from the Top" (via The Verge)

Most Uber/Lyft Drivers Make Below Minimum Wage (via Mashable)

A Historic Look at How Tariffs Damage Economies, Example: the Great Depression (via Fortune)

Here Are Your Oscar Winners (via Forbes)

All Hints Point to Amazon Picking D.C for HQ2 (via Business Insider)

 

 

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