WSJ.com: WSJD 3 April 2018

Tesla Misses Model 3 Production Goal but Shows Progress

Tesla missed its goal of making 2,500 Model 3 sedans a week last quarter, though the auto maker showed progress toward building an all-electric car for the masses and said it doesn’t require raising additional money this year outside of its standard credit lines.

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iPhone Users Are Pestered to Enroll in Apple Pay

Apple is nagging iPhone users to enroll in its mobile-payment service with a persistent red circle badge. The strategy has worked with some, but is irritating others who say it is heavy-handed and exploits the tech giant’s clout in ways that could disadvantage rivals.

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Uber-Grab Deal Threatened by Regulatory Roadblocks

Uber’s landmark deal to exit Southeast Asia by taking a stake in regional competitor Grab is attracting scrutiny from regulators, who have threatened to block the deal on concerns that it could create a monopoly detrimental to ride-hailing consumers.

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U.S. Stocks Rebound After Tech Selloff

Stocks rose after a rocky start to the quarter, although escalating trade tensions and pressure on the technology sector continued to send shares lower in Europe and Asia.

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Zuckerberg Fires Back at Cook's Critique

Facebook Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg shot back at Apple CEO Tim Cook’s critiques of his company, writing them off as “not aligned with the truth.”

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Fintech Firm GreenSky Files Confidentially for IPO

Financial-technology firm GreenSky has confidentially filed paperwork with the Securities and Exchange Commission for a sizable initial public offering that could come as soon as this summer.

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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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Next Big Thing in Agriculture: Smart Collars for Cows

The fences that crisscross the vast ranches of the U.S. and Australian Outback seem like an unlikely candidate for tech disruption. But several startups are betting that high-tech collars for cattle, goats and other livestock could render them obsolete.

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

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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