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Tuesday 10.03.17

"Life is very short, and there's no time for fussing and fighting, my friend."
The Beatles




 
For our October Playlist, we've reunited with our good homies at OTHERFEELS, the DC-Based artist development collective to bring you new tunes from Manatee Commune, Destroyer, Hundred Waters, and many more under-the-radar and underrated musicians. Click to Follow the Playlist. Enjoy.


 
Police seek clues to Las Vegas mass shooting, bloodiest in modern U.S. history  The gunman, identified as Stephen Paddock, 64, left no immediate hint of his motive for the arsenal of high-powered weaponry he amassed, including 34 guns, or the carnage he inflicted on a crowd of 22,000 attending an outdoor country music festival. - Reuters

Walmart has acquired the logistics startup Parcel to help launch same-day delivery in New York City  With its recent acquisition of Parcel, Walmart will soon begin offering same-day delivery to some customers in New York City, and it has purchased a local startup to help it with the behind-the-scenes logistics. - CNBC

Tom Petty, Rock Iconoclast Who Led the Heartbreakers, Dead at 66  Tom Petty, the dynamic and iconoclastic frontman who led the band the Heartbreakers, died Monday. He suffered cardiac arrest at his home in Malibu in the early hours of this morning and was taken to UCLA Medical Center but could not be revived. - Rolling Stone

Tesla Misses Model 3 Production Goals  The Silicon Valley electric-car maker built 260 of the Model 3s between July and September, which is a good bit shy of the 1,500 cars they were projecting. - Wall Street Journal

Laurene Powell Jobs is buying a big stake in Wizards, Capitals sports empire  Powell Jobs, the widow of Apple founder Steve Jobs, will invest enough — estimated in the "hundreds of millions of dollars" — to take about a 20 percent stake in Monumental, the company that controls the Washington Wizards, Washington Capitals, Washington Mystics, Capital One Arena and numerous other holdings. - Washington Business Journal

Wells Fargo rehires workers pushed aside in accounts scandal  Wells Fargo CEO Tim Sloan apologized for a phony accounts scandal and said the U.S. bank had hired back nearly 2,000 workers who had quit or were fired. - Reuters

US to Americans: Stay away from Cuba after health ‘attacks’  The United States delivered an ominous warning to Americans on Friday to stay away from Cuba and ordered home more than half the U.S. diplomatic corps, acknowledging neither the Cubans nor America’s FBI can figure out who or what is responsible for months of mysterious health ailments. - Associated Press
 

  Do Not Ignore the Research Behind This Year's Nobel Prize on the Inner-Workings of Your Body Clock

Ignoring your body clock goes against your unique biology and could have very serious consequences to your health. The three Nobel Prize winners this year prove that statement.

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