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Tesla makes waves with Model 3 unveiling — Tesla founder and CEO Elon Musk introduced the electric car-maker's Model 3 on Thursday evening. The electric sedan starts at $35,000 and goes into production in 2017.

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Citi: World economy trapped in 'death spiral' — In a research note released Thursday, strategist at Citi say the world seems trapped in a 'death spiral' that could lead to a global recession and bear market in stocks. CNBC's Seema Mody reports.

Martin Shkreli takes on Congress — Martin Shkreli, the former drug company CEO who's come under fire for massive drug price increases, refused to testify Thursday before a congressional committee investigating drug price hikes.

Shark Tank's Herjavec: The biggest cyber threats of 2016 — Shark Tank host and cyber security-expert Robert Herjavec discusses the cyber-security trends that businesses and individuals need to know in 2016. He speaks to CNBC from the Mr. Purple cocktail bar in NYC.

Amazon shares set to spike 15% this year: Analyst — One of last year's top-performing stocks in the S&P 500 has plenty of runway left in 2016, according to S&P Capital IQ analyst Tuna Amobi. Amazon shares have a shot at rising 15 percent or more over the next 12 months, thanks to a strong holiday season and rapid growth in its web services business, Amobi told CNBC's " Tech Bet" on Thursday in an interview.

How to fight back against robocalls — Ethan Garr, the vice president of product at TelTech Systems, explains how consumers can combat the scourge of robocalls and phone scams.

Netflix to revamp video streaming tech: Report — Netflix says it plans to make big changes to the technology behind its streaming service, Variety reports. The streaming video site wants to re-encode its entire library in order boost video quality and to cut down on overall bandwidth. Netflix uses about a third of all internet data in North America at certain times, according to the trade publication.

How YouTube's going after Netflix and Hulu — Alphabet's YouTube is going after streaming rights of movies and television shows as a way to better compete with Netflix, Amazon and Hulu, The Wall Street Journal reported. The massive video-sharing website has met with Hollywood executives in recent months to negotiate licenses, according to the Journal, which cited anonymous sources.
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