Your Evening Briefing
One man is the bad-boy pioneer of antivirus software. The other is the mysterious father of cryptocurrency. John McAfee vowed to reveal who "Satoshi Nakamoto" truly is, but then he backed off.
Here are today’s top stories
Facebook may pay as much as $5 billion to settle privacy violation claims by the U.S. Federal Trade Commission.
Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler suggested fining or even jailing Trump administration officials if they defy Congressional subpoenas.
Want to make millions and pay no taxes? Try real estate. It's a great business, especially under America's real estate developer president.
McDonald's is pressuring Uber to make delivery via Uber Eats more profitable for its franchisees.
Detroit is hyper-focused on making large, pricey SUVs. The strategy brought the industry back from the brink, but it may have cost them a generation of buyers. Gen Z can't afford them.
What's Lorcan Roche Kelly thinking about? The Bloomberg cross-asset reporter is closely watching the search for the next governor of the Bank of England. With everyone focusing on who's next, current Governor Mark Carney could risk becoming a bit of a lame duck.
What you’ll need to know tomorrow
- Amazon employees have access to Alexa users' location data.
- Troubled aircraft maker Boeing abandoned its financial forecast.
- Walmart is getting into the beef business.
- America's big deficits are solving a big problem for markets.
- Trump is standing by embattled Fed nominee Stephen Moore.
- First he invaded Ukraine; now Putin may have designs on Belarus.
- Companies are using blockchain to help fight conflict minerals.
What you’ll want to read tonight
The Four Seasons' private Airbus A321 will accommodate 48 passengers in custom-made lie-flat seats. When not seated, they can mingle in the lounge with artisans who showcase their craft in interactive workshops. There are more traditional amenities as well: A full bar and a mixologist.
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