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Weekly News Roundup

How Lyft, Pepsi and Amazon Celebrated 'Future Day': Weekly News

Data & Featured Lists Editor
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Looking to keep on top of the latest headlines in small business, innovation and tech? Check out our Weekly News recaps posted every Friday AM -- a quick summary designed to keep you current.

Hobbyists may soon be required to register their drones with the federal government. The Department of Transportation and the Federal Aviation Association have formed a task force to develop a registration process that could be in place by the end of the year. Our Nina Zipkin writes about what spurred the government agencies to take that step. 

Consumer Reports has dropped its recommendation of Tesla’s Model S Sedan, a vehicle which previously held the publication's highest rating. Learn what Tesla had to say about the car's reliability concerns.

And this past Wednesday was 'Future Day,' an event commemorating the date Marty McFly and Doc Brown visited the future in the classic film Back to the Future II. In celebration, companies such as Pepsi, Amazon and Lyft came up with creative and fun ways to give consumers a very special blast from the past

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