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Esports company 100 Thieves, a project of the rapper Drake and former professional "Call of Duty" player Matthew “Nadeshot” Haag, has opened a training compound and headquarters in Los Angeles in hopes of gaining an advantage in competitive esports.

A proposal to lift commercial driver's license (CDL) restrictions for the hearing impaired is raising concerns from driver trainers warning the change would make training less safe.

Uber Technologies Inc (NYSE: UBER) CEO Dara Khosrowshahi spoke to CNBC from the sidelines of the World Economic Forum and covered several key topics on shareholders minds.

The U.S. market bounced back on Wednesday despite fears over the Wuhan coronavirus. While investors are understandably concerned about a global pandemic, the Wuhan virus is so far simply one of several recent outbreaks of coronaviruses that haven’t had any lasting impact on the global economy.

Bitcoin Price Analysis: BTC/USD at risk of pull back to $8000

Bitcoin price is trading in minor positive, up some 1.10% in the second half of the session. 

USD/JPY Current Price: 109.88

  • Japan’s December Merchandise Trade Balance, seen at ¥-150B, worse than the previous ¥-82.1B.
  • Worldwide equities closed mixed, as sentiment improved, but not enough.
  • USD/JPY could enter a bearish corrective phase on a break below 109.70.

EUR/USD Current Price: 1.1089

  • ECB expected to maintain the monetary policy on-hold, Lagarde’s outlook on the economy critical.
  • US President Trump revived concerns about a trade conflict with the EU.
  • EUR/USD neutral-to-bearish, steeper decline expected on a break below 1.1065.

Things are heating up in the streaming industry, and while competition keeps piling up against Netflix, Inc. (NASDAQ: NFLX), the company is holding its own for now. Here are four catalysts that could boost Netflix's stock higher.

Coca-Cola Co (NYSE: KO) started off selling just one product in one size to one market more than 100 years ago, and today it is clear consumers will never drink the same product forever, Coca-Cola CEO James Quincey said during a