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Weekly News Roundup

Uber Takes on Food Delivery: Your Weekly News Roundup

Data & Featured Lists Editor
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When you're busy running a company, it's tough to keep abreast of all the news headlines. We do the hard work for you with these weekly recaps designed to bring you the latest in tech an small business. 

A new report from personal finance site WalletHub ranks the best cities to start a business. Spoiler alert: Neither San Francisco or New York top the list, writes our Nina Zipkin. 

Ridesharing service Uber is rolling out a new service that may put it head-to-head with Seamless and GrubHub, writes senior writer Cat Clifford. 

In our continued coverage of the new Apple Watch, we find that more than 3,000 apps have launched for the new gadget. Our Laura Entis covers one app reviving a classic 1990s game that may whip up major nostalgia for Gen Yers. But the new gadget isn't working so well for some early adopters, especially those with inked skin

And lastly, Tesla Motors announced last night a new brand of sustainable battery systems. Kim Lachance Shandrow has the story.

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