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NASA estimates it will need $20 billion to $30 billion for its plan to return American astronauts to the moon, an administrator says. Here's why the moon matters. https://cnn.it/2MPGEPQ
Pampers has announced an initiative to install 5,000 changing tables in men's restrooms across the U.S. and Canada https://cnn.it/2XQZ6si
Microsoft said its new console — codenamed 'Project Scarlett' — is "four times" as powerful as the Xbox One X and comes with more memory, higher resolution, and better graphics https://cnn.it/2Xiqpie
This airless tire could eliminate flats. Michelin and GM have partnered up to create a prototype for a new puncture-proof tire that will eliminate blowouts and flats. https://cnn.it/2wCxlrt
Starting this fall, Target workers will receive 20 days of backup child care or elder care through a partner network as well as more time off for parental leave https://cnn.it/2XSpDWg
Krispy Kreme's new Times Square location will have a "doughnut theater experience" that showcases the doughnut making process from the mixing of ingredients to running the tasty treats through a glaze "waterfall" https://cnn.it/2Xbi8wA
Kraft introduces "Salad Frosting" to help trick your kids into eating more vegetables https://cnn.it/2ZeNzDs
Atari's newest console is now available to order https://cnn.it/2XNoI9u
Hundreds of US companies — including Walmart, Costco and Target — are warning President Trump that tariffs on China will damage the economy, lead to job losses and harm millions of consumers https://cnn.it/2XPG9WT
This Bentley could be the fastest sedan ever. The new Flying Spur looks like a limousine, but it can go over 200 miles per hour. https://cnn.it/2WFWHUN
Starting in 2020, Nevada employers cannot refuse to hire a job applicant for failing a marijuana screening test, making it the first state to pass such a law https://cnn.it/2XNqFCY
NASA will need an estimated $20 billion to $30 billion over the next five years for its bold plan to return American astronauts to the moon by 2024, an administrator for the space agency says https://cnn.it/2XdNSRz
Microsoft has unveiled its newest console, codenamed Project Scarlett. It's reportedly four times as powerful as the Xbox One X. https://cnn.it/2WAiH3j
Colorado has announced that its combined marijuana tax, license and fee revenue had reached $1.02 billion, and marijuana sales alone have exceeded $6.56 billion https://cnn.it/2XOMUbE
Mining Bitcoin requires so much electricity, it leaves a carbon footprint as large as Las Vegas, a study finds https://cnn.it/2XKsgJE
Here's what Uber Air's in-flight customer experience will look like. The company plans to offer aerial ridesharing in 2023. https://cnn.it/2RaZ24b
US oil production is on track to spike to a record 13.4 million barrels per day by the end of 2019, according to a recent report. Texas alone is expected to top 5 million barrels per day in oil production — more than any OPEC member other than Saudi Arabia https://cnn.it/2XiR4vj
US power plants can produce more energy from clean sources than coal for the first time in history, according to a research group https://cnn.it/2XafVl2
Here's a first look at Nintendo's new Zelda game, a sequel to "The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild" https://cnn.it/2ZhYrQX
A luxury hotel in Northern California has been hit with $1.6 million fine for restricting access to public beaches https://cnn.it/2Xk8doi
Apple users, here's what you need to know: ▪ iTunes is being replaced after 18 years ▪ iOS 13: iPhones are going dark, Maps are going street level ▪ Privacy is, again, center stage ▪ A more independent Apple Watch ▪ Mac Pro is back, fast and grate https://cnn.it/2XMVVlz
Uber and McDonald's have been working on offering fast food drone delivery with plans to start a pilot program in San Diego, California, this summer https://cnn.it/2XLstwl
Dayton, Ohio, had one of the highest rates of fatal overdoses earlier this decade because of opioid addiction. Now the city will be home to a state-of-the-art treatment center that has the backing of Google parent company Alphabet. https://cnn.it/2XMkb7t
Uber's entry into air transportation will begin July 9 with a helicopter service from Manhattan to JFK Airport https://cnn.it/2Xgy94g
There is no place in the world more important for the global supply of oil than the Strait of Hormuz https://cnn.it/2Ii3eMH
The average college graduate earns $78,000 a year compared to the $45,000 earned by someone with only a high school education, according to a new analysis. That's a 75% premium, or more than $30,000 a year. https://cnn.it/2IfYvek
KFC is launching a vegan version of its signature crispy chicken burger in the United Kingdom called "The Imposter" https://cnn.it/2Rjk3JT
The declines have been driven by three major factors: blockbuster American oil production, tough US sanctions on Venezuela and Saudi Arabia's sharp supply cuts https://cnn.it/2Rn5q8I
Thailand is transitioning fast toward a digital economy https://cnn.it/2F7uyLs
Toyota will add the engine shut-off feature to most of its model year 2020 vehicles https://cnn.it/2IkDaRj
It was all about autos at one of China's top tech conferences this week https://cnn.it/2RgKY9d
New York Times journalist Kevin Roose unpacks his investigation into YouTube's artificial intelligence on this week's @ReliableSources podcast with CNN's @brianstelter https://cnn.it/2RhYoBQ
Headquartered in Bangkok, Pomelo says it wants to be southeast Asia's first global fast-fashion brand https://cnn.it/2F7CGvH
New UK advertising guidelines are banning gender stereotypes "that are likely to cause harm, or serious or widespread offense" https://cnn.it/2IhHe4y
Nintendo and Google are reportedly seeking to move the manufacturing of some of its products out of China https://cnn.it/2RgrxO1
Sen. Elizabeth Warren has introduced a plan to boost minority entrepreneurs with a new program that will offer federal grants to aid the launch of new businesses https://cnn.it/2Ihdp49
Airbnb is expanding into the adventure travel market with excursions like safaris and desert treks https://cnn.it/2Zu1m9v
NASA will need an estimated $20 billion to $30 billion over the next five years for its bold plan to return American astronauts to the moon by 2024, an administrator for the space agency says https://cnn.it/2RdUzxy
A luxury hotel in Northern California has been hit with $1.6 million fine for restricting access to public beaches https://cnn.it/2RiRE6N
Colorado announced that its combined marijuana tax, license and fee revenue had reached $1.02 billion, and marijuana sales alone have exceeded $6.56 billion https://cnn.it/2IfGzAw
MedMen Enterprises has opened a 7,550-square-foot medical marijuana dispensary in downtown West Palm Beach, Florida https://cnn.it/2Ifxx6K
The family-owned Texas chain Whataburger has sold its majority ownership to a Chicago investment firm in a bid to expand https://cnn.it/2IgamJq
A Supreme Court case could change the workplace for LGBTQ employees https://cnn.it/2IgyPhE
Tonight's business headlines: ▪ US stocks end the week flat ▪ Chipmakers felt pressure from Broadcom warning ▪ Chewy's Wall Street debut delivers ▪ Trump: I have waited long enough for Fed rate cut ▪ Women in Switzerland strike for equal pay https://cnn.it/30nNi2i
A former WeWork vice president is suing the company over his termination, claiming that he was fired in an act of retaliation after he complained about possible age discrimination https://cnn.it/2IicaSn
Chewy, an online pet supplies retailer, ended its first day as a publicly traded company 59% higher. "I think everyone underestimated how well we would execute and how big of a business we could build," says founder Ryan Cohen. https://cnn.it/2IfmzhA
The US economy is about to set two new records: the longest economic expansion on record — and the longest stretch the federal minimum wage has gone without an increase https://cnn.it/2Igs8wf
Mining Bitcoin requires so much electricity, it leaves a carbon footprint as large as Las Vegas, a study finds https://cnn.it/2RgfaBz
US stocks closed in the red on Friday. The Dow finished down 0.1%, or 17 points. The S&P 500 finished down 0.2%. The Nasdaq Composite closed 0.5% down. For the week, the Dow gained 0.4%, while the S&P and the Nasdaq rose 0.5% and 0.7%, respectively. https://cnn.it/2ReA4ks
"I worry that if you regulate for the sake of regulating it, it has a lot of unintended consequences." Google CEO Sundar Pichai raises concerns about the fallout of knee-jerk regulation of the technology industry in an exclusive CNN Business interview. https://cnn.it/2IgO8qU
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