The Morning Hype: FBI's Geek Squad Informants, BlackBerry Sues Facebook, and America Has a Drunk Shopping Problem

Gary Cohn Exit from Trump Administration "Bitter", Leaves Stocks in Slump (via Bloomberg)

Sessions Sues California Over Sanctuary City Laws (via Reuters)

Americans Spend an Average of $448 on Drunk Shopping Purchases, Hide Your Cards! (via MarketWatch)

Report: FBI Pays Geek Squad Employees to Search Through Customer Devices and Act as Informants (via Gizmodo)

Coca-Cola to Start Selling Alcohol in Japan (via Fortune)

Deal for Weinstein Co. Falls Apart, Maybe Just Let the Company Die Already? (via Forbes)

BlackBerry Sues Facebook, WhatsApp, and Instagram Over Messaging Patent Infringement (via The Verge)

There's Somethoing Wrong with Our Society When People Can Only Take an Uber to the Hospital Instead of an Ambulance (via Mashable)

NYC: Keep an Eye on the Snow Today, and Watch for MTA Service Changes (via Patch)

Looks Like No Free Trade for England Either After EU Rejects May's Brexit Free Trade Plan (via Business Insider)

 

 

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