China’s Great Wall considers bid for Jeep unit

FILE - In this Feb. 19, 2017, file photo, a worker walks past Haval SUV models parked outside the Great Wall Motors assembly plant in Baoding in north China's Hebei province. Chinese SUV maker Great Wall Motors is considering making a bid to acquire Fiat Chrysler's Jeep unit, two employees of the Chinese company said Monday, Aug. 21, 2017 in an ambitious new move for the country's fast-growing domestic auto brands. Great Wall has yet to make a formal announcement of its interest in Jeep but a possible acquisition would be in line with chairman Wang Jianjun's goal, announced in February, of becoming the top specialty SUV producer by 2020. (AP Photo/Andy Wong, File)

BEIJING — Chinese SUV maker Great Wall Motors is considering making a bid to buy Fiat Chrysler’s Jeep unit, spokespeople for the company said Monday, in a possible ambitious new step onto the global stage for China’s fast-growing auto brands.

Businesses need succession plans

In this Aug. 2, 2017, photo, Jessica Sayles, a certified public accountant, works in her office in Las Vegas. Sayles is thinking about who might take over for her when she retires from the accounting firm where she is managing partner, even though that's still more than 20 years away. (AP Photo/John Locher)

NEW YORK — Jessica Sayles is thinking about who might take over for her when she retires at age 55 from the accounting firm where she is managing partner — even though that’s still 21 years away.

Walmart tests app to skip checkout lines

This Thursday, June 1, 2017, photo shows a Walmart store in Hialeah Gardens, Fla. Walmart is bringing back an app that lets shoppers skip the checkout line and pay for items themselves on their smartphone. The retailer first tested a version of the app, called Scan & Go, in 2013. But it discontinued it after customers said it was confusing to use. Walmart says it learned from the initial test and redesigned the app to make it easier to use. (AP Photo/Alan Diaz)

NEW YORK (AP) — Walmart is bringing back an app that lets shoppers skip the checkout line and pay for items themselves on their smartphones.

Man loses $60K to impersonator

Social media can be a wonderful way to connect with friends and family, but for one Idahoan, a fake friend request from an old friend turned into an expensive nightmare. It all started when he got a message saying his friend had won a lot of money. Curious, the victim followed the instructions he thought were from his old friend.

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