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Travis Kalanick's final months as Uber CEO reportedly included squirming on the floor 'on his hands and knees' and offering the driver he yelled at $200,000


Forget factories, most companies plan to use their overseas cash to pay down debts


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BMW claims its upcoming Tesla rival will have almost double the range of a Model 3


Mercedes-Benz updated one of its most legendary vehicles -- and it looks impressive


Nintendo just unveiled an ambitious, bizarre new project called 'Labo' --  here's how it works


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