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GM’s deal to sell Opel to Peugeot is no sure-fire thing, and the rise of nationalism at the moment is as big a roadblock as any anti-competition concerns ever were – NYTimes

Snap’s post-IPO honeymoon was, like its chats themselves, fleeting – Bloomberg

JPMorgan’s got a little Dodd-Frank whistleblower incident on its hands – Law360

White Collar Watch looks at the very subjective issue—how to define friendship—that’s at the center of an objectively big-deal issue—insider trading—that courts will be addressing in decisions to come for years – NYTimes

What budget cuts for the SEC are looking like in practice – Bloomberg

The SEC is set to decide this week whether to okay a new ETF that could provide investors easier access to bitcoin, a potentially transformative move for the virtual currency – WSJ

The latest from the bribery scandal rocking both Samsung and South Korea itself – NYTimes and WSJ

So, until we have that super-fast propulsion to bring us to the Earth-like planets orbiting Trappist-I, how about a way to make Mars a little more life-friendly.  There’s a plan for that – Mashable

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