WSJ.com: WSJD 2 April 2018

Rules of Engagement: How Cities Are Courting Amazon's New Headquarters

Cities are scrutinizing Amazon’s business practices to concoct the perfect 48-hour-or-less site visit in their all-out effort to woo the internet giant’s new headquarters.

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Tesla, Uber Deaths Raise Questions About the Perils of Partly Autonomous Driving

Two recent fatal crashes of cars with varying levels of autonomous-driving technology are focusing attention on vehicles that vest control in both humans and machines.

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Data Breach at Saks, Lord & Taylor Exposes Millions of Credit Cards

The Saks Fifth Avenue and Lord & Taylor department-store chains have suffered a security breach that has compromised shoppers’ personal and financial information.

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Uber-Killer Grab, Go-Jek Aren't Just Tech Firms, Indonesia Says

The Indonesian government said Monday that ride-hailing firms Grab and Go-Jek Indonesia must be registered as transportation companies to ensure safety and provide job protections for their drivers.

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China's Alibaba Adds to Food-Delivery Bet

Chinese internet titan Alibaba, further diversifying beyond e-commerce, said it would acquire the rest of Shanghai based Ele.me, which delivers takeout food as well as groceries and household items.

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How Spotify's Unusual First Day of Trading Will Play Out

Investors in Spotify could be in for a turbulent first day of trading as the company uses an unorthodox maneuver to go public on the NYSE.

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Trump Rips Amazon Again, but Antitrust Case Is a Long Shot

President Trump’s tweets against Amazon.com have renewed investor concerns about the prospect of antitrust action against the online giant, but targeting it on anticompetition grounds would be difficult, policy experts say.

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Uber to Shutter Rush Delivery Service

Uber Technologies said it will shutter a same-day parcel and package delivery service called Rush that once was viewed as a viable threat to everything from FedEx to small couriers.

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Toshiba Chip-Unit Sale Needs Extra Time to Finish

The Japanese company said the closing of the $19 billion sale of its chip unit to a Bain Capital-led group has been delayed until April at the earliest as the company awaits final antitrust approval.

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Can Users Have Too Much Privacy?

Regulators are grappling with privacy questions about encrypted apps that assure users of complete security but also can allow terrorists to go undetected.

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