Cheddar Morning Business Update 10/6: Apple reveals new emojis

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  • Costco is stepping up its delivery game to better compete with Amazon and Walmart. The retailer launched two new delivery options called Costco Grocery, which will deliver hundreds of non perishable items in 2 days or less and it's free on orders of $75 or more. The second service will deliver groceries and other items with an option of same day delivery.
  • Tesla CEO  Elon Musk tweeted that he could get the lights back on in Puerto Rico for the long term. Musk wants to rebuild the power grid on the island using independent solar and battery systems. Tesla already sent hundreds of Powerwall battery systems to Puerto Rico, along with technicians to help install them.
  • Apple showed off new emojis coming to I O S 11 some new additions include a takeout box of Chinese food, a giraffe, zebra, and a dinosaur. Also, the symbol for I love you in sign language. 
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  • Turkey's victorious Erdogan set to assume sweeping powers

    Turkey's victorious Erdogan set to assume sweeping powers

    Monday, June 25 2018 2:24 AM EDT2018-06-25 06:24:04 GMT
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    (Presidency Press Service via AP, Pool). Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, waves to supporters of his ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) in Ankara, Turkey, early Monday, June 25, 2018. Erdogan won Turkey's landmark election Sunday, the c...(Presidency Press Service via AP, Pool). Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, waves to supporters of his ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) in Ankara, Turkey, early Monday, June 25, 2018. Erdogan won Turkey's landmark election Sunday, the c...
    Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who has dominated Turkish politics for the past 15 years, is set to extend his rule with sweeping powers after winning landmark presidential and parliamentary elections.
    Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who has dominated Turkish politics for the past 15 years, is set to extend his rule with sweeping powers after winning landmark presidential and parliamentary elections.
  • In Texas, Trump's steel tariff stirs uncertainty and concern

    In Texas, Trump's steel tariff stirs uncertainty and concern

    Monday, June 25 2018 1:14 AM EDT2018-06-25 05:14:03 GMT
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    (AP Photo/David J. Phillip). The Tenaris $1.8 billion state-of-the-art seamless pipe mill is shown Wednesday, June 6, 2018, in Bay City, Texas. Tenaris, which imports steel from it's facilities around the world, is seeking an exemption from the steel t...(AP Photo/David J. Phillip). The Tenaris $1.8 billion state-of-the-art seamless pipe mill is shown Wednesday, June 6, 2018, in Bay City, Texas. Tenaris, which imports steel from it's facilities around the world, is seeking an exemption from the steel t...
    The Art of the Steel: How steel pipe manufacturers and steelworkers in Texas are grappling with Trump's tariff on the metal.
    The Art of the Steel: How steel pipe manufacturers and steelworkers in Texas are grappling with Trump's tariff on the metal.
  • US restaurants host refugee chefs who offer a taste of home

    US restaurants host refugee chefs who offer a taste of home

    Sunday, June 24 2018 1:03 PM EDT2018-06-24 17:03:48 GMT
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    (AP Photo/Lorin Eleni Gill). In this photo taken June 20, 2018, Muna Anaee, prepares a ball of khobz orouk, a flatbread she would eat frequently in her native Iraq, at the Tawla restaurant kitchen in San Francisco during the inaugural Refugee Food Fest...(AP Photo/Lorin Eleni Gill). In this photo taken June 20, 2018, Muna Anaee, prepares a ball of khobz orouk, a flatbread she would eat frequently in her native Iraq, at the Tawla restaurant kitchen in San Francisco during the inaugural Refugee Food Fest...
    Restaurants in the U.S. - five of them in San Francisco - opened their kitchens for the first time to a program that allows refugees to showcase their cuisines and culinary skills.
    Restaurants in the U.S. - five of them in San Francisco - opened their kitchens for the first time to a program that allows refugees to showcase their cuisines and culinary skills.
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