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Tesla is rising after reports it has started to deliver the Model 3 to regular customers (TSLA)

Tesla has been seen stocking up on the new Model 3 at its stores and delivery centers. Tesla has been plagued by production issues for the Model 3 recently and is working to overcome them. Watch Tesla's stock move in real time here.

Tesla is up 3.88% to $327.29 on Monday after reports that the company is starting to deliver its Model 3 to regular customers.

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Litecoin is surging after Bitcoin futures launch

Litecoin, the fifth-largest cryptocurrency by market cap, has gained more than 25% in value over the last 24 hours, reaching an intra-day high of $195.66 per coin.

The gains come the day after Cboe Global Markets, a a Chicago-based exchange operator, launched trading of Bitcoin futures contracts.

Litecoin initially saw a hefty loss after Coinbase’s GDAX exchange crashed last week, briefly sagging below the $100 mark before this week’s skyrocket in price.

Litecoin uses a slightly different mining technique than

Netflix shared its 10 most binge-watched shows of 2017

Netflix has shared a list of the TV shows that viewers binge-watched the most on its platform in 2017.

Led by the true-crime satire "American Vandal," Netflix listed the ten series that were most popular for binge-watching (defined as watching more than two hours per day).  

The streaming service looked at the average daily viewing hours per user between November 2016 and November 2017. The resulting list of shows includes several sci-fi series and a few unexpected titles. 

Here are the top 10 most binge-watched shows on Netflix in 2017:

10. "The Confession Tapes"

Netflix description: "This true crime documentary series investigates cases where people convicted of murder claim their confessions were coerced, involuntary or false."

9. "The OA"

Incredible satellite photos of Southern California's wildfires show the disaster's evolution from space

While the most destructive wildfire season in California's history slogs on, satellites are recording the devastation from space.

California's latest group of blazes began with the Thomas fire in Ventura County on December 4. Since then, at least six other large fires sparked across the Southern California counties of Los Angeles (Creek, Rye, and Skirball fires), San Bernardino (Little Mountain fire), San Diego (Lilac fire), and Riverside (Liberty fire).

The Thomas fire in Ventura County is by far the largest at more than 230,000 acres in size, and it's only about 15% contained as of Monday morning. It

The CEO of food-replacement startup Soylent is out

Rob Rhinehart, the founder of Soylent, a startup that makes a soy-based food replacement drink, is out as the company's CEO. Bryan Crowley, president of Soylent's parent company, is replacing him. Soylent saw major setbacks over the past two years, including a temporary halt to sales after customers reported becoming violently ill.

Rob Rhinehart, founder of the much-maligned food-replacement startup Soylent, is stepping down as CEO effectively immediately, he announced in a blog post on Monday.

Bryan Crowley, who was appointed president of Soylent parent company Rosa Foods in June, will take over as CEO. In a blog post, Rhinehart said he decided to hand the reins to Crowley because of Crowley's management and industry experience.

Bitcoin hits all time high above $17,300 after bitcoin futures premiere

The price of bitcoin, the red-hot digital currency, topped its previous all-time high set Friday, according to data from Markets Insider. Bitcoin was trading up more than 14% against the US dollar on Monday at a record $17,346, less than a day after the launch of Cboe's bitcoin futures market. The price picked up just after Coinbase's cryptocurrency exchange, GDAX, went back online after a very brief crash. Bitcoin is up more than 1,500% year-to-date.

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Apple Music could get a boost from Shazam, the company's newest addition (AAPL)

Apple's latest startup acquisition could give its music service a jolt. On Monday, Apple officially announced it was buying Shazam, maker of a popular music-recognition app. It's not hard to understand why the iPhone maker might have been interested in Shazam. As we can see in this chart from Statista, users of the company's app grew quickly up to 2015, and were expected to have doubled to 1 billion between 2014 and 2016.

Apple has been cagey about its plans for the app. But Shazam has been known to spur music downloads, and it's a good bet the tech giant will try to use the app and its data to boost Apple Music.

Reporters repeatedly confront White House press secretary about sexual harassment allegations against Trump

White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders dodged questions about President Donald Trump's history of sexual harassment allegations. Accusations of harassment against Trump have again been brought into the spotlight as several politicians have resigned following harassment allegations.

White House correspondents confronted press secretary Sarah Huckabee about allegations of sexual harassment against President Donald Trump.

During a press conference and an interview with NBC host Megyn Kelly on Monday, three women detailed their experiences of harassment against Trump. 

Several hours later, Sanders denied the numerous allegations against the president, which span decades throughout Trump's time in real estate and entertainment.

How hard it is to get a job at the 25 best places to work in America

Glassdoor published its list breaking down the best companies of 2018.

• If you want to land a job at one of these organizations, you're going to have to bring your A game to the interview.

• Using data from Glassdoor, Business Insider took a look at what it's like to interview at these beloved organizations.

Considering the generous perks and envy-worth office environments of some of the companies

Top New Yorker political reporter fired for 'improper sexual conduct'

The New Yorker cut ties with Ryan Lizza over sexual misconduct. Lizza was one of the magazine's most prominent journalists. He said he was "dismayed" at The New Yorker's decision.

The New Yorker on Monday announced that it had cut ties with the high-profile political reporter Ryan Lizza because of what it characterized as "improper sexual conduct."

"The New Yorker recently learned that Ryan Lizza engaged in what we believe was improper sexual conduct," the magazine said in a statement. "We have reviewed the matter and, as a result, have severed ties with Lizza. Due to a request for privacy, we are not commenting further."

CNN, where Lizza is a political analyst, also said on Monday that he would not appear on the network while it investigates.