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Apple is catastrophically late to the self-driving car game (AAPL, GOOG, TSLA, F, GM)

After thinking that the Apple Car — "Project Titan" — was pretty much dead, we saw it crawl from the grave via a filing in California to test a self-driving technology on public roads. With this move, Apple joins a host of other automakers...Show More Summary

Investors may be missing 2 major market risks this week

Global markets are leaping higher on Monday. The Dow is up about 240 points or 1.18% as of 2:27 ET after the results of the first round of the French election came in as predicted, with centrist Emmanuel Macron edging out far-right candidate Marine Le Pen. Show More Summary

Economic anxiety has dropped since Trump was elected

People are feeling less anxious about the US economy since President Donald Trump won the election, according to a new Marketplace-Edison Research poll. Marketplace-Edison started its Economic Anxiety Index in October 2015, and for the...Show More Summary

Albertsons is reportedly considering a takeover of Whole Foods

Grocery chain Albertsons is exploring buying Whole Foods according to the Financial Times' James Fontanella-Khan. The FT, citing sources close to the matter, said that the private equity funds that own Albertsons, including CerberusShow More Summary

Here are the hundreds of storefronts that are sitting empty in New York City

If you walk through Manhattan's SoHo neighborhood, you'll likely find upscale coffee shops or clothing stores. But on almost every block, you'll also see abandoned storefronts sporting "For Lease" signs. A new site called Vacant New York highlights the city's vacancy problem in detail. Show More Summary

Trump's plan for the 'biggest tax cut we've ever had' is already looking like it could be messy

President Donald Trump told the Associated Press that he expects to roll out his plan for "m aybe the biggest tax cut we've ever had" by Wednesday or " shortly thereafter" but the roll out of one of the most anticipated pieces of Trump's...Show More Summary

Allianz goes for Lemonade

This story was delivered to BI Intelligence "Fintech Briefing" subscribers. To learn more and subscribe, please click here. Legacy insurers have been investing heavily in the rapidly growing ranks of insurtechs, and on Thursday, international...Show More Summary

Canada is launching an experiment that will give 4,000 people free money until 2020

Finland, The Netherlands, and San Francisco, California have already shown their interest in giving people a regular monthly allowance — a system known as basic income. Now Ontario, Canada, is planning its own basic income trial as well. On...Show More Summary

The lawyer for the man dragged off a United flight 'like a sack of potatoes' wants the company to pay (UAL)

On Monday, Thomas Demetrio, the lawyer for Dr. David Dao, confirmed that his client will sue United Airlines as a result of the passenger's violent removal from flight 3411. The veteran Chicago-based plaintiff's attorney told the Today...Show More Summary

The team behind the best restaurant in the world is opening a new fast-casual concept in New York City

Chef Daniel Humm and business partner Will Guidara are best known for their work at the Michelin-starred restaurants The NoMad and Eleven Madison Park, which was named the best restaurant in the world earlier this month. But now theShow More Summary

Apple Pay goes live with bill pay (AAPL)

This story was delivered to BI Intelligence "Payments Briefing" subscribers. To learn more and subscribe, please click here. Cable company Comcast went live with its previously announced integration of Apple Pay for bill payments, allowing...Show More Summary

A big market correction is inevitable — a wealth adviser explains how to prepare

Instead of panicking when markets take a dip, why not prepare yourself for the inevitable? Like my Dad always used to say: forewarned is forearmed. Knowing what to expect makes all the difference in the world, so here are a few concepts to wrap your head around before the next correction comes. Corrections are a normal part of investing. Show More Summary

'You live by the sword, you die by the sword': Trump says the stock market is still a fair indicator of his success

President Donald Trump appears to be ok with people judging his success by the stock market. In an interview with the Associated Press on Friday, Trump was asked whether it was still fair to use the stock market as a scorecard to evaluate...Show More Summary is advising startup bank Atom on 'culture, philanthropy and technology'

LONDON — Singer is joining the board of startup, app-only bank Atom as a "strategic advisor." Atom announced the news on Monday, saying the Black Eyed Peas singer and The Voice judge will "provide the Durham-based bank with...Show More Summary

Bank stocks are ripping higher following the French election (BAC, C, WFC, XLF, DB, JPM, GS)

Global markets are leaping higher on Monday. Dow futures are up 214 points after the results of the first round of the French election came in as predicted, with centrist Emmanuel Macron edging out far-right candidate Marine Le Pen.Show More Summary

10 things you need to know before the opening bell (SPY, SPX, QQQ, DIA, CHOO)

Here is what you need to know. Macron and Le Pen move on in the French election. Centrist Emmanuel Macron and far-right National Front candidate Marine Le Pen have advanced to the second round of the French presidential election, taking 23.9% and 21.4% of the vote. The euro is holding on to big gains. Show More Summary

French stocks are at their highest in 9 years after Emmanuel Macron took the lead in the French elections

LONDON — Stocks across continental Europe are flying on Monday morning after the French presidential vote set the stage for a final run-off between centrist Emmanuel Macron and far-right National Front candidate Marine Le Pen. Macron,...Show More Summary

Credit Suisse is preparing to 'explain' its pay deal to shareholders — after execs slashed bonuses by 40%

LONDON — Credit Suisse's 40% bonus cut for senior executives is unlikely to save the bank from a confrontation with shareholders at a general meeting on Friday. Members on the executive board said they would slash performance-based rewards...Show More Summary

Jimmy Choo is putting itself up for sale

LONDON — High-end shoe brand Jimmy Choo announced on Monday it is launching a strategic review of the business that includes a possible sale. The company said in a regulatory update on Monday that it is "seeking offers for the company" and says its major shareholder, JAB Luxury GmbH, is supportive of the process. Show More Summary

Gold is getting crushed after the French election

LONDON — The price of gold is diving on Monday morning after centrist candidate Emmanuel Macron won the biggest share of the vote in the first round of France's presidential election on Sunday. Macron taking the lead is generally seen...Show More Summary

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