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The Morning Hype: the ECB, AirBnB, Nintendo, and the North Dakota Pipeline

Is it Friday yet? No? Alright then, might as well take a look at some of the top headlines to make the day go by a little faster.

The ECB Didn't Change Any Rates Overnight (via Bloomberg)

The Protest of the North Dakota Pipeline Continues With Small Successes and a Lot of People (via Reuters)

Apparently Pokemon Go's Wearable Tracker is On Sale Next Week (via Gizmodo)

A River is Running Blood-Red in Russia (via BBC)

AirBnB Might Sue NYS if This Bill is Passed (via Gothamist)

Nintendo Was Pretty Much the Only Highlight of the Apple Event (via USA Today)

Chase's Credit Card is Very Popular (via MarketWatch)

Fortune's Most Powerful Women List is Out (via Fortune)

TPG Purchases $1.1BN Majority Stake in McAfee (via Forbes)

Google and Box are Getting Together for Some App Deliverables (via Recode)

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