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Tesla's Unfettered Ambition Will Drain Finances, Analysts Say
Tesla may have to ask creditors and shareholders for more capital to fund development of an electric semi truck, a new roadster and accelerated production of a high-volume electric sedan, analysts said on Friday.
For $200000, Tesla will sell you the 'world's fastest' consumer car  Washington Post
Tesla unveils a new Semi truck, surprises with next-gen Roadster  New York Daily News
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Up to 75000 benefit claimants were underpaid for years
Members of Disabled People Against Cuts protest against benefit cuts in the run-up to the general election. Photograph: Alamy Stock Photo.
Mistakes in benefits claims could cost up to �500m  BBC News
Disability and sickness benefit error could cost up to �500m to fix  News & Star
Week ahead: Fed minutes, Autumn Budget, Black Friday
Trading is expected to be muted next week ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday. But take a minute from holiday shopping and pumpkin pie making to ready for week ahead.
Black Friday and Cyber Monday  Telegraph.co.uk
How to do Black Friday from bed or the bus and still get the best deals  Mirror.co.uk
Frankfurt prepares for Brexit: 'It has put extra wind into our sails'
A string of international banks plan to relocate part of their operations to Frankfurt as part of their Brexit plans. Photograph: SeanPavonePhoto/Getty Images/iStockphoto.
Relocated bankers face pay cut in EU – but could enjoy better work-life ...  Belfast Telegraph
Bankers shifting from London after Brexit may face lower pay  euronews
Six million have credit card limits extended without consent, study warns
Citizens Advice is concerned that many of those being given extensions to credit limits are those who are struggling with debt. 08:04, UK, Friday 17 November 2017.
Citizens Advice calls for credit card crackdown. The City watchdog should listen  The Independent
Credit card limits need controlling, says Citizens Advice  The Investment Observer
Man Finds Car 20 Years After Forgetting Where He Parked It
One time in Brooklyn I walked to where I thought I'd left my car only to find that the street was empty and that every car had been towed for a film shoot.
After 20 years, man reunites with car he parked and forgot  Times of India
Man Forgets Where He Parked, Finds Car 20 Years Later  Travel+Leisure
Would Rupert Murdoch break up his empire?
Speculation is swirling that the Murdoch family is open to breaking up its entertainment business. Shares in 21st Century Fox gained more than 6% on Friday, after several sources reported interest from Comcast, Sony and Verizon.
The media industry has suddenly become a 'Game of Thrones'-like ...  Business Insider
Buyers circle suddenly attractive US media companies  Reuters
Jaguar Land Rover tests driverless cars on public roads
The UK's biggest car manufacturer, Jaguar Land Rover has been testing driverless cars on public roads. The trials have been underway for several weeks on a half-mile route in Coventry city centre.
Green light for JLR's design studio transformation bid  Insider Media
Driverless cars: Jaguar Land Rover's first autonomous vehicle hits the ...  IT PRO
Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals for 2017
Black Friday is almost upon us. For years, retailers have rolled out huge sales in honour of the day after Americans celebrate their Thanksgiving.
The best Black Friday 2017 deals in India  TechRadar
How to get an even BIGGER discount on Black Friday from shops like Argos ...  Birmingham Mail
Ailing Carillion warns it will breach banking terms
Carillion lost another battle in its fight for survival as the UK government contractor said it would breach its banking terms this year.
Shares in Carillion dive more than 40% on profit warning  HeraldScotland
HS2 contractor Carillion sees shares hit historic lows on profits warning  Belfast Telegraph