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Uber Self-Driving Car Crash Detailed in Police Report

The Tempe, Ariz., police report revealed Uber’s sport-utility vehicle was hit after entering an intersection on a yellow light and that turning traffic blocked both parties’ views before the collision. Click for Full Story:

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FCC Tees Up Rule Change That Could Spur TV Industry Mergers

The proposal, if approved by the Federal Communications Commission, would effectively loosen a national cap on audience share for station owners and could touch off a wave of deals among media companies. Click for Full Story:

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Scores of Builders Raise Their Hands for Trump Border Wall

More than 200 companies have expressed interest in submitting plans to help design and build a wall along the U.S. border with Mexico, as the Trump administration seeks to fulfill a key campaign promise despite significant obstacles. Click for Full Story:

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ConocoPhillips to Sell Chunk of Canadian Oil-Sands Assets

ConocoPhillips is selling the bulk of its Canadian oil-sands assets to Cenovus Energy to pay down debt and significantly increase stock buybacks, marking the latest exit from the oil sands by non-Canadian player. Click for Full Story:

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Motion Picture Academy to Retain PwC for Oscars

Accounting firm PricewaterhouseCoopers will stay in charge of balloting for the Academy Awards despite an error that led to the announcement of the wrong film as the Best Picture winner. Click for Full Story:

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FCC Steps Back from Program Subsidizing Broadband for the Poor

The FCC said it would cede oversight of companies providing subsidized broadband service to low-income Americans under the Lifeline program, arguing the responsibility belongs to the states. Click for Full Story:

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U.K. Airlines Face Bumpy Post-Brexit Path

British carriers face the prospect of having to cease serving some markets should Britain and the EU fail to negotiate an accord to preserve the kind of market access provided by the European air-traffic agreement. Click for Full Story:

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Snap, NBCUniversal in Deal for 2018 Winter Games

Snap Inc. has signed a pact with NBCUniversal for the 2018 Winter Olympics that will make the popular messaging app a home for Olympic-themed content and allow NBCUniversal to sell Games-related geofilters and “lenses” to advertisers for the first time. Click for Full Story:

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