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  • WASHINGTON, May 16- Tesla Inc's Autopilot system was engaged during a fatal March 1 crash of a 2018 Model 3 in Delray Beach, Florida, in at least the third fatal U.S. crash reported involving the driver-assistance system, the National Transportation Safety Board said on Thursday. The crash renews questions about the driver-assistance system's ability to detect...

  • WASHINGTON, May 16- Tesla Inc's Autopilot feature was engaged during a fatal March 1 crash of a 2018 Model 3 in Delray Beach, Florida, in at least the third fatal U.S. crash reported involving the driver-assistance system, the National Transportation Safety Board said on Thursday. In May 2016, a Tesla Model S driver was killed near Williston, Florida, while Autopilot...

  • WASHINGTON, May 16- Tesla Inc's Autopilot feature was engaged during a fatal March 1 crash of a 2018 Model 3 in Delray Beach, Florida, in at least the third fatal U.S. crash reported involving the driver-assistance system, the National Transportation Safety Board said on Thursday. In May 2016, a Tesla Model S driver was killed near Williston, Florida, while Autopilot...

  • Trump's EPA granted 35 such waivers for 2017, up sharply from seven in the final year of the Obama administration. Court documents filed by a biofuels advocacy group show that the EPA changed the policy before May 4, 2017. On that date, the EPA told a refining company in a letter that "we are changing our approach" to the waiver program by allowing exemptions to...

  • May 9- There are now more than 2 million solar installations in the United States, a milestone reached just three years after hitting the 1 million mark, an industry trade group said on Thursday. The number of installations in the United States is forecast to double to 4 million in 2023, Wood Mackenzie said. Solar energy has boomed in the United States over the last...

  • Signage is displayed inside the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) headquarters in Washington, D.C., U.S., on Monday, March 4, 2019.

    The CFPB is suing the owners of Lexington Law and CreditRepair.com, accusing them of violating federal laws intended to protect consumers.

  • General Views Of Rio Tinto Offices Ahead Of Earnings

    The business wants to cut its carbon footprint through purchase of renewable energy certificates.

  • NEW YORK, April 29- WageWorks Inc, an administrator of employee benefits, confirmed on Monday that HealthEquity Inc, a U.S. custodian of health savings accounts, had offered to acquire it. A deal would represent the boldest bet yet of HealthEquity Chief Executive Jon Kessler, a benefits taxation specialist who founded WageWorks in 2000 before joining...

  • NEW YORK, April 29- HealthEquity Inc, a U.S. custodian of health savings accounts, has approached WageWorks Inc, an administrator of employee benefits, with an offer to acquire it, people familiar with the matter said on Monday. A deal would represent the boldest bet yet of HealthEquity Chief Executive Jon Kessler, a benefits taxation specialist who founded...

  • CHICAGO, April 29- Expectations were high last year for three new migraine drugs hitting the market from Amgen Inc, Eli Lilly and Co and Teva Pharmaceutical Industries. The U.S. Food& Drug Administration said Amgen's Aimovig the first of the three drugs approved was an "important addition" to available treatments. But a small group of medical experts who quietly...

  • April 25- United Parcel Service Inc on Thursday blamed harsh winter weather in the United States as it reported lower-than-expected first-quarter profit, sending shares down more than 7% percent in early trading. "There is pressure on management to execute at a high level during the peak," Cowen and Co. analyst Helane Becker said in a client note.

  • Jonathan Williams, American Legislative Exchange council chief economist, joins 'The Exchange' to discuss states that are business friendly. Utah leads with Idaho and North Carolina following closely behind.

  • NEW YORK, April 15- U.S. online lenders such as LendingClub Corp, Kabbage Inc and Avant LLC are scrutinizing loan quality, securing long-term financing and cutting costs, as executives prepare for what they fear could be the sector's first economic downturn. A recession could bring escalating credit losses, liquidity crunch and higher funding costs, testing...

  • *Chairman Peter Spuhler sells 35 mln shares worth 1.33 bln francs. ZURICH, April 12- Shares in Stadler Rail surged on Friday as investors piled in to an oversubscribed initial public offering that valued the Swiss trainmaker at around $3.8 billion and made more than a billion Swiss francs for Chairman Peter Spuhler. The stock, priced at 38 francs, touched an early...

  • President Donald Trump plans to nominate former pizza chain executive and Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain for a seat on the Federal Reserve Board, where he will help set interest rates for the world's biggest economy. Trump has been a vocal and strident critic of the Fed's rate hikes under Jerome Powell, whom the president picked two years ago to...

  • ZURICH, March 21- Roche is seeking damages and compensation in a U.S. lawsuit against former executives of a Utah- based company, the Swiss drugmaker's latest case targeting what it calls fraudulent schemes involving its diabetes test strips. In Utah, where Alliance Medical filed for bankruptcy protection in 2017 after a raid by federal agents seeking evidence...

  • March 20- A U.S. judge blocked drilling on more than 300,000 acres of federal land in Wyoming, saying officials in their environmental analyses failed to adequately consider the climate change impacts of oil and gas leasing. The ruling, by U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia Judge Rudolph Contreras, was issued late on Tuesday, according to court...

  • The new rules, announced by the Department of Interior's Bureau of Land Management, fits within the Trump administration's broader plan to increase energy production on federal lands by loosening environmental regulations. They include California, Colorado, Idaho, Nevada, Oregon, Utah and Wyoming. Montana, North Dakota and South Dakota opted out of amending...

  • A high school dropout with a 0.9 GPA and minimum wage job shares his three tips for paying for Harvard

    Todd Rose struggled most of his life when it came to education. He was a high school drop out and struggled to make ends meet while working minimum wage jobs and relying on welfare. Todd went back to school and worked his way to becoming a Harvard Professor.

  • WASHINGTON, March 2- U.S. authorities are investigating a fatal Tesla Inc Model S crash in Florida last Sunday that killed the driver and caused a massive fire, the second fatal Tesla crash in the state this week being probed, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said on Saturday. The agency and the National Transportation Safety Board said late on...