A federal judge ruled the U.S. Education Department must enforce the rule for loan relief, due to take effect in July 2017, but frozen by Education secretary Betsy DeVos.
Pharmaceutical companies want to direct consumers to websites rather than disclose costs in direct-to-consumer television advertising.
"It's a sad day for American retail," says a consultant. "When you are in the retail business, it's all about newness. But Sears stopped innovating."
The footwear startup has secured $50 million in additional funding and is now valued at more than $1.4 billion.
The merger still requires regulatory approval from some states, but the companies say the deal should close in the early part of the fourth quarter.
The announcement comes on the heels of the company's pulling the plug on its Google+ social network.
"Innovation that was science fiction a decade ago is not only possible, but investment opportunities are also developing right now," reads one report.
Smartly is a line of everyday toiletries like razors, dish soap and toilet paper, set to go on sale in mid-October.
The joint venture, dubbed Monet (for "mobility network"), expects to have autonomous vehicles on the road by the mid-2020s.
Amazon employees allegedly sent poaching messages in which they tried to disguise the word "Amazon" to avoid eBay's content monitoring.