US Business 31 March 2018

Tesla: Autopilot Was Engaged in Fatal Crash in California

Tesla acknowledged its semiautonomous Autopilot system was engaged by the driver in the seconds before a fatal crash last week, raising more questions about the safety of self-driving technology on public roads.

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How Apple, Amazon and Others Are Trying to Gain on Spotify

Spotify, set to go public next week, is the global leader in music streaming, but several competitors are working to differentiate their service to win over artists and listeners.

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In the Battle for the American West, the Cowboys Are Losing

Ranchers who rely on public land to raise cattle say they have shrinking access to grass and water because of an array of regulations. Government officials say they are protecting natural resources or giving more access to the public for hiking and other recreational activities.

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China's Huawei to Drive Design of 5G Despite U.S. Concerns

Far from Washington, where the government has called Huawei a national-security threat, the world’s largest maker of cellular-tower equipment is trying to dominate discussions on the development and design of the next generation of mobile networks, dubbed 5G.

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