The Morning Hype: GM Gets Factory Seized By Venezuela, a Credit Card with Fingerprint Scanner, and United Airlines Will Testify to the House


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More Millennial Stats About Us Not Having Lives (via Bloomberg)

GM Says Venezuela Has Illegally Seized It's Valencia Plant and Vehicles  (via Reuters)

Foot Locker Earnings Are Down (via MarketWatch)

REPORT: Google Wants to Add Built-in Ad Blocker to Chrome  (via Gizmodo)

Mastercard Creates Credit Card with Built-in Finger Scanner (via The Verge)

Hooters Wants to Go Family-Friendly  in Asia (via Mashable)

Report from the Federal Election Commission Shows How Much Trump Got From His Billionaire Buddies  for the Inauguration (via Forbes)

United Airlines Will Testify to the House Transportation Committee for It's Passenger Dragging Incident (via Fortune)

REPORT: NYC Developers Aren't Maintaining Public Spaces , as Promised (via Gothamist)

Volvo's Got Their First Full Electric Car, Produced in China (via Business Insider)

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