Morning News: December 7, 2017

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China’s Banks Need More Capital After Credit Boom, IMF Says

The FCC’s Net Neutrality Plan May Have Even Bigger Ramifications in Light of This Obscure Court Case

Trump Pick to Head Consumer Safety Board Is Seen as Too Close to Industries

Coinbase: The Heart of the Bitcoin Frenzy

Bitcoin Firm Hacked Days Before Major US Exchange Opens

There’s an Argument Brewing Over the Launch of Bitcoin Futures

What’s Driving Walmart’s Digital Focus? Paranoia, Top Exec Says

Home Depot to Launch $15 Billion Share Buyback Program

Sharp to Seek All-Japan OLED Alliance to Counter South Korea’s Samsung, LG

GE Plans 12,000 Job Cuts as New CEO Revamps Power Unit

U.S. Chip Engineers Charged in Theft Scheme for Chinese Firm

Volkswagen Official Gets 7-Year Term in Diesel-Emissions Cheating

Michael Batnick: Animal Spirits: A Random Walk Down Nowhere

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