Elon Musk settles with SEC, will remain Tesla CEO but resign as chairman

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Elon Musk to step down as Tesla chairman and he and the company will pay a combined fine of $40 million to settle fraud charges. See full story.[2]

Republican leaders agree to delay final Kavanaugh vote to allow for FBI probe

Senate Republican leaders agreed Friday to delay by as much as a week the final vote on Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination to the Supreme Court, to allow for an FBI probe of allegations of sexual assault. See full story.[3]

Snap and Tesla are for sale, and here’s who will buy them

Evan Spiegel and Elon Musk, your companies are gone, writes Scott Galloway. See full story.[4]

Down to the wire, U.S. and Canada keep talking about Nafta

Canadian Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland postponed a U.N. speech to focus on negotiations with the United States See full story.[5]

With fresh payroll report will come more scrutiny of wage data

Another jobs report, another close look at wages. The upcoming report could show a meaningless bump in hourly wages due to the impact of Hurricane Florence. See full story.[6]


Recent data challenges the idea that manufactured housing isn’t a strong investment. See full story.[8]

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