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YouTube Pulls Alex Jones Video Saying Student Anti-Gun Activists Were Actors

YouTube Pulls Alex Jones Video Saying Student Anti-Gun Activists Were Actors

InfoWars has also earned a 'strike' that could lead to its banning from the platform.
New SEC Cyber Guidelines, Tesla’s Crypto Cloud, WhatsApp’s Money

New SEC Cyber Guidelines, Tesla’s Crypto Cloud, WhatsApp’s Money

This is your Cyber Saturday edition of Fortune's tech newsletter for February 24, 2018.
Chinese Bitcoin Mining Firm Bitmain Made $3 to $4 Billion in Profits Last Year, Says Analyst

Chinese Bitcoin Mining Firm Bitmain Made $3 to $4 Billion in Profits Last Year, Says Analyst

The Bitcoin price boom, and demand for specialized hardware, unleashed a torrent of cash.
Delta and United Cancel NRA Discounts as Boycott Pressure Mounts

Delta and United Cancel NRA Discounts as Boycott Pressure Mounts

Backlash against the pro-gun group is ending deals for its members.
Warren Buffett Is on the Hunt for a ‘Huge’ Acquisition

Warren Buffett Is on the Hunt for a ‘Huge’ Acquisition

Buffett laid out his goals and visions in his annual letter.
Warren Buffett Warns That Safe-Looking Bonds Can Be Risky

Warren Buffett Warns That Safe-Looking Bonds Can Be Risky

“Performance comes, performance goes,” Buffett wrote. “Fees never falter”
China’s Geely shifts globalization drive into high gear

China’s Geely shifts globalization drive into high gear

The special Sino Saturday edition of CEO Daily.
Apple AirPower Could Punctuate Big iPad March Event

Apple AirPower Could Punctuate Big iPad March Event

And all the other Apple news and rumors this week.
How Berkshire Hathaway Gained $29 Billion from the New Tax Law

How Berkshire Hathaway Gained $29 Billion from the New Tax Law

CEO Warren Buffett does the math In his annual letter to shareholders.
Citigroup Is Refunding $335 Million to Credit Card Customers

Citigroup Is Refunding $335 Million to Credit Card Customers

Some APRs should have been lower, Citi said.
The Highest Property Taxes in the U.S. Are Rising Again

The Highest Property Taxes in the U.S. Are Rising Again

School costs drove more than half the 2017 increase.
Can Craft Cocktails Save the American Movie Theater?

Can Craft Cocktails Save the American Movie Theater?

iPic, Alamo Drafthouse, MoviePass, and more want to change way we see movies.
Box CEO Aaron Levie Wants to Talk About Dropbox’s Planned IPO

Box CEO Aaron Levie Wants to Talk About Dropbox’s Planned IPO

He wants Wall Street to understand the differences between the two companies with similar names.
5 Fascinating Things From Dropbox’s IPO Filing

5 Fascinating Things From Dropbox’s IPO Filing

Company is growing sales while shrinking losses.
Here’s How Much Bitcoin Elon Musk Owns

Here’s How Much Bitcoin Elon Musk Owns

It was a gift from a friend.
The Story of the Donald Trump Idol Who Grew Up Penniless in an Immigrant Family

The Story of the Donald Trump Idol Who Grew Up Penniless in an Immigrant Family

Kirk Kerkorian, Donald Trump's unlikely role model, had a motto: "Don't talk to much."
raceAhead: A Harvard MBA Will Not Get Black Women Into The C-Suite

raceAhead: A Harvard MBA Will Not Get Black Women Into The C-Suite

A new analysis shows that only 13 percent of black women from Harvard's business school have made it to executive ranks.