News Headlines - 30 June 2016

Tesla Draws Scrutiny After Autopilot Feature Linked to a Death - WSJ

U.S. auto-safety regulators are investigating what is believed to be the first fatal crash involving a Tesla Motors Inc. car that was driving itself, an incident that is likely to ratchet up scrutiny of a technology that has been evolving with little oversight.

Canon, Toshiba Chided by Regulators Over $6.5 Billion Deal - WSJ

Japanese regulators warned Canon Inc. that the way it acquired Toshiba Corp.’s medical-systems unit potentially violated the law, but said the deal can go ahead.

Mongolian opposition wins landslide, voters fed up with hard times | Reuters

The main opposition Mongolian People's Party (MPP) swept back to power in landslide parliamentary elections, results from Mongolia's election committee showed on Thursday, after campaigning dominated by concern over slowing economic growth.

'Future Shock' Author Alvin Toffler Dies at 87 - NBC News

Alvin Toffler, the far-seeing futurist who predicted humanity's rising anxiety with digital and technological progress in his hugely influential 1970 book "Future Shock," has died at the age of 87, his consulting company confirmed Wednesday.

Rio Olympics 2016: Mutilated body parts wash up next to volleyball venue on Copacabana beach | The Independent

Parts of a mutilated body have washed up on a beach in Rio de Janeiro where beach volleyball teams will be competing within weeks at the Olympics.








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