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How automakers can compete in the future of mobility

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Feedburner How automakers can compete in the future of mobility BIIThis is a preview of a research report from Business Insider Intelligence, Business Insider's premium research service. To learn more about Business Insider Intelligence, click here.Automakers are on the verge of a prolonged period of rapid change to the way they do business, thanks to the combined disruptive forces of growing on-demand mobility services and self-driving cars, which will start to come to market in the next couple of years.By the end of 2019, Google spinoff Waymo, Uber, and GM all plan to have fleets of autonomous cars deployed in various US cities to provide on-demand rides for passengers. By eliminating the cost of the driver, these rides are expected to be far cheaper than typical Uber or Lyft rides, and even cheaper than owning a car for personal transportation.

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Bitcoin Eyes Bear Revival After Key Support Breached

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bitcoin - Google News Bitcoin Eyes Bear Revival After Key Support Breached Bitcoin Eyes Bear Revival After Key Support Breached  CoindeskFull coverage more info...

North and South Korea agree to hold temporary reunions of war-torn families

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Feedburner North and South Korea agree to hold temporary reunions of war-torn families Chung Sung-Jun/Getty ImagesSEOUL, South Korea (AP) — North and South Korea have agreed to hold temporary reunions of families divided by the 1950-53 Korean War in August as they boost reconciliation efforts amid a diplomatic push to resolve the North Korean nuclear crisis.Seoul's Unification Ministry said Friday the reunions will take place at North Korea's Diamond Mountain resort from Aug. 20 to 26.

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How this draft sets up future trades and free agency

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trading - Google News How this draft sets up future trades and free agency How this draft sets up future trades and free agency  ESPNNBA Draft trades 2018: Completed deals and rumors  SB NationSixers go forward by trading for Texas Tech's Zhaire Smith  Wilkes Barre Times-LeaderFull coverage more info...

The 9 mistakes people make when buying, ordering, and drinking coffee — and what to do instead

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Feedburner The 9 mistakes people make when buying, ordering, and drinking coffee — and what to do instead Business Insider spoke to Will Corby, Head of Coffee at Pact, to find out what bad habits we're keeping.He said people should treat coffee like vegetables and bread rather than a long-term product.He also explained why cheap instant coffee should be a red flag.Whether it's choosing the wrong glass for your wine or abiding by old-school whisky rules, we make mistakes every day when it comes to how we eat and drink.

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Japan's Biggest Bitcoin Exchange Halts New Business

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bitcoin - Google News Japan's Biggest Bitcoin Exchange Halts New Business Japan's Biggest Bitcoin Exchange Halts New Business  Wall Street JournalFull coverage more info...

'This is who we are': The US has a history of putting families in cages, and it didn't start with Trump

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Feedburner 'This is who we are': The US has a history of putting families in cages, and it didn't start with Trump John Moore/Getty ImagesPresident Donald Trump's practice of separating families that illegally cross the border has spawned widespread outrage and condemnation.But the US wasn't much better about it under Obama.Obama came up with ways to quickly deport millions of migrants, many of whom allege mistreatment, drugging, and abuse while in US care. Obama and other top Democrats strongly defended the practice of using harsh treatments at the border to deter migrants, something which Trump's administration has picked up on.An immigration lawyer says that deterring migrants doesn't work like this.The lawyer says Obama's immigration practices were terrible, and Trump only made them worse by briefly separating families. President Donald Trump's practice of separating families that illegally cross the border as a deterrent to other potential border…