1. Apple is removing VPN services from China App Store: providers  |  ( reuters )
BEIJING (Reuters) - Apple Inc (AAPL.O) is removing virtual private network (VPN) services from its app store in China, VPN service providers said on Saturday, accusing the U.S. tech giant of bowing to pressure from Beijing to comply with stringent cyberspace regulations.
2. The Week and Viz owner plants idea of trophy assets review  |  ( sky news )
The Heart of England Forest Charity ‎was established by Mr Dennis after he began planting trees during the 1990s.
3. Jessica Williams says it a 'great time' to be actor of color  |  ( star tribune )
NEW YORK — Jessica Williams says it's a great time to be an actress of color, and applauds Netflix for leading the way in valuing diversity.
4. Tesla delivers first lower-cost Model 3 cars  |  ( star tribune )
That could be a stretch for some buyers, especially since there are limits on the $7,500 U.S. tax credit for electric cars.
5. Only a cat seems to have more lives than 'Obamacare'  |  ( star tribune )
The GOP bills would have dramatically reduced spending on both, leaving anywhere from 16 million to more than 30 million uninsured.
6. Obama's health care law still needs some patchwork  |  ( star tribune )
The health care law of the land has survived for now, but it needs help — and it needs it soon.
7. Former Ecolab building in St. Paul sells for $3.6 million  |  ( star tribune )
The former Ecolab skyscraper in downtown St. Paul was sold for $3.6 million to local developers who will turn it into a multitenant office tower.
8. Government adviser urges review of farmers' tax-breaks  |  ( bbc )
Image copyright PATax breaks for UK farmers should be reviewed, the head of a group advising the environment secretary has said.
9. Tesla's Musk hands over first Model 3 electric cars to early buyers  |  ( reuters )
The 500,000 vehicles Tesla vows to produce next year are nearly six times its 2016 production.
10. The Tesla Model 3 has the most minimalistic interior I've ever seen  |  ( business insider )
This is the most minimalistic auto interior I've ever seen, so Holzhausen is right that it's unlike anything else out there.
11. The Tesla Model 3 doesn't have a key  |  ( business insider )
FREMONT, CA - In addition to getting rid of much of the traditional dashboard instrumentation for the Model 3, Tesla has also ditched the key.
12. Tesla delivers its first 30 Model 3s in historic moment  |  ( cnn )
With its first three vehicles — the Roadster, Model S and Model X — Tesla (TSLA) made electric cars cool.
13. As Tesla Delivers First Model 3s, Musk Warns Of 'Manufacturing Hell' Ahead  |  ( forbes )
And despite all the preparations that have gone into simplifying the design of the Model 3 for easy production, Musk almost shared that view on Friday.
14. St. Paul proceeds with Ford site development despite opposition  |  ( star tribune )
“The Ford Site represents a once-in-a-lifetime development opportunity,” Mayor Chris Coleman said in a statement after the commission unanimously recommended the plan.
15. North Korea Missile Test Could Put Denver in Range  |  ( wsj )
SEOUL—North Korea test-fired a ballistic missile Friday that experts said put the continental U.S. firmly in range of a strike, underscoring Pyongyang’s rapid advance in technology and intensifying a standoff with Washington.
16. Trump to Sign Russia Sanctions Bill  |  ( wsj )
WASHINGTON—President Donald Trump plans to sign a sanctions bill aimed at punishing Russia for its alleged interference in the 2016 U.S. election, the White House said Friday.
17. Wells Fargo cuts 69 executive jobs: spokesman  |  ( reuters )
FILE PHOTO - A Wells Fargo Bank is shown in Charlotte, North Carolina, U.S. on September 26, 2016.
18. Sprint seeks alternatives to a merger with T-Mobile: sources  |  ( reuters )
FILE PHOTO: The logo of U.S. mobile network operator Sprint Corp is seen at a Sprint store in San Marcos, California August 3, 2015.
19. Ford to repair U.S. police vehicles after carbon monoxide concerns  |  ( reuters )
Police have reported two crashes that may be linked to carbon monoxide exposure and a third incident involving injuries related to carbon monoxide exposure.
20. Boston Scientific pulls away from dissolvable stents  |  ( star tribune )
The company is going to drop the idea for bioplastic stents anyway.
21. Chip stocks show signs of slowing with more earnings on tap  |  ( reuters )
Semiconductor and semiconductor equipment stocks are expected to see the highest growth within the tech sector, with year-over-year earnings growth of more than 40 percent, according to Thomson Reuters data.
22. Lifetouch to close Glossy Finish, a separately branded unit that specialized in sports photography  |  ( star tribune )
Lifetouch Inc. said this week it will disband Glossy Finish by Lifetouch, a sports photography business it formed two years ago by merging acquisitions.
23. Government looks to speed up small business rates relief  |  ( bbc )
Image copyright Getty ImagesThe government has stepped in to try to speed up business rate relief to thousands of small firms.
24. AT&T names John Stankey to run Time Warner media businesses  |  ( cnn )
John Stankey, one of the top lieutenants to AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson, will oversee Time Warner's media businesses after AT&T's acquisition of the company is complete, AT&T announced Friday.
25. New Galaxy Note 8 Design Leaks, Nokia 8 Launch Date, Microsoft's Android Advances  |  ( forbes )
Samsung Reveals Its Note 8 DesignWho knows what the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 looks like?
26. Getting Interviews, But No Offers? Here's What You're Doing Wrong  |  ( forbes )
Sometimes I make it to a second interview, but I've never made it to a reference check or any talk about an offer.
27. Wells Fargo faces angry questions after new sales abuses uncovered  |  ( reuters )
FILE PHOTO: A Wells Fargo branch is seen in the Chicago suburb of Evanston, Illinois, U.S. on February 10, 2015.
28. Twin Cities shoppers could be considered procrastinators in back-to-school shopping  |  ( star tribune )
For Twin Cities shoppers, being procrastinators seems to pay off by being a bit easier on the pocketbook.
29. Remember Geek Squad? It's about to change  |  ( cnn )
Earlier this month, Amazon rolled out its own version of the Geek Squad, called the "Amazon Smart Home Services Store."
30. Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s Removal Sows New Political Turmoil  |  ( wsj )
ISLAMABAD—Pakistan was plunged into a new phase of political turmoil Friday after the country’s Supreme Court removed Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif from office following an investigation into allegations of corruption.