Hyundai's New Car Has Legs. Literally.

Fortune - Laura Stampler - business

At CES, Hyundai unveiled the Elevate concept car, which can walk through disaster zones with four robotic, bendable legs.

A growing number of companies are flashing a warning sign on China's economy

Business Insider - Gina Heeb - business

A growing number of companies are flashing a warning sign on China's economy

Banned from CES, Ose Sex Toy Maker Accuses Showrunners of Sexism

Fortune - Chris Morris - business

The Ose, an adult novelty from start-up Lora DiCarlo, initially won a CES Innovation Award, but later had that award rescinded.

Sears Chairman Eddie Lampert to work on a higher bid to keep Sears alive

CNBC - Lauren Hirsch - business

It could not be immediately determined whether Chairman Eddie Lampert will be able to pull together an offer for Sears that sufficiently addresses a prior bid's shortcomings.

Russian Software Firm Labeled U.S. Security Threat Helped Capture NSA Contractor In Classified Data Theft

Fortune - Renae Reints - business

A report states Russian security software firm Kaspersky Lab, labeled a U.S. threat, was first to report Harold Thomas Martin's behavior.

Trump Says Bypassing Congress Still an Option on Wall

The Wall Street Journal - Kristina Peterson - business

Democrats remained firmly opposed to funding President Trump’s border wall ahead of planned meetings at the White House later Wednesday, while Mr. Trump said he was prepared to bypass Congress to build the wall if necessary.

Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer highlight the partial government shutdown's human cost before another meeting with Trump

CNBC - Jacob Pramuk - business

"[Trump] has chosen a wall over workers," Pelosi said as she and Schumer stood in front of furloughed employees Wednesday.

Investors are finding out now why the stock market tanked in December

CNBC - Liz Moyer - business

Companies are cutting profit forecasts and trying to temper expectations for earnings growth this year after a big 2018.

Saudi Arabia's massive oil reserves total 263 billion barrels, even bigger than previously known

CNBC - Tom DiChristopher - business

An independent audit finds that Saudi Arabia has 263.1 billion barrels in oil reserves, confirming levels the kingdom has long communicated to the market.

Lars von Trier strikes another blow to the serial-killer genre

The Economist - The Economist - business

“The House That Jack Built”, the Danish provocateur’s latest work, shows how boring all the goring has become

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