North Korea launched another missile over Japan, in violation of United Nations sanctions. The United Nations Security Council will hold an emergency meeting on this later today. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson says China needs to take direct action to control North Korea. Alphabet (GOOGL) is reportedly in talks to stake a $1 billion stake in Lyft. The Wall Street Journal says it's unclear when the talks took place or which unit of Alphabet would make the investment. The Google parent already has a stake in Lyft rival Uber. Equifax used the word 'admin' for the login and password of a database, according to CNBC. Cyber security experts say a company which that much financial information about Americans should never have used such a generic password. Meanwhile, the Federal Trade Commission says it is looking into the Equifax hack.
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