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  The Tesla C.E.O. responded to the accusation that he violated a fraud settlement with the S.E.C. by declaring that the regulator was trying to muzzle him.

  The S.E.C. asked for Mr. Musk to be held in contempt of court over a tweet about Tesla production volumes, which it says infringed a settlement that put limitations on his social-media use. Tesla conceded that lawyers didn’t review the tweet before it was sent.

  That response “smacks of retaliation and censorship,” Tesla’s lawyers argue. They say the regulator is asking a court “to trample on” Mr. Musk’s First Amendment rights, perhaps because it’s embarrassed by criticism. And they contend that Mr. Musk has cut his Tesla-related tweeting by nearly half.

  They also say the tweet was innocuous, “simply Musk’s shorthand gloss on and entirely consistent with prior public disclosures detailing Tesla’s anticipated production volume.”

  What happens next? Read our guide.

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  Today’s DealBook Briefing was written by Andrew Ross Sorkin in New York, and Michael J. de la Merced and Jamie Condliffe in London.

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  The White House sent its budget proposal for the 2020 fiscal year to Congress yesterday, requesting .75 trillion. Here’s a look at President Trump’s priorities:

  No deficit reduction — for a long time. Mr. Trump’s budget projects trillion-dollar deficits for the next four years, and no balanced budget for 15. And that’s on an expectation of consistently strong economic growth, with no recession in the next decade. (Independent economists think that’s unlikely.)

  Steep cuts to environmental projects. The White House proposed cutting the E.P.A.’s budget by 31 percent and the Interior Department’s by 14 percent, as well as reducing funding for renewable energy research by 70 percent.

  And similar treatment for Medicare. There, Mr. Trump’s proposal envisions up to 5 billion in cuts, to a service he promised not to touch during the 2016 campaign. It comes as many Democratic presidential contenders are pushing Medicare for all.

  But big boosts to the military and infrastructure. The Pentagon would receive a 5 percent increase in funds — more than it had requested. The White House wants 0 billion for infrastructure spending, too.

  Democrats immediately dismissed the proposal. “This is a budget that we will not take seriously,” Representative Jim Yarmuth, the chairman of the House Budget Committee, said. But Democrats will now be forced to reveal their own budget priorities.

  Shares in the company fell 5 percent yesterday as governments pressed it for answers over the fatal Ethiopian Airlines crash — the second time a new 737 Max 8 jet has crashed within five months.

  Governments and airlines are grounding jets. Australia, China and Indonesia stopped use of the Max 8; Singapore banned all flights involving the broader family of Max jets. In total, at least 20 airlines have grounded their Max 8s — but not Southwest Airlines or American Airlines. About 40 percent of the world’s 737 Max fleet is grounded, the WSJ estimates.

  Airline workers are worried too. The Association of Flight Attendants called on the F.A.A. to review the 737 Max. And a former safety official for America’s biggest pilots’ union told the NYT that his colleagues in the industry were “very concerned.”

  The F.A.A. hasn’t yet grounded the 737 Max, despite calls from two U.S. senators to do so. But the agency did demand that Boeing update flight control software by April, along with manuals and pilot training requirements.

  The damage to Boeing may be huge. Analysts estimate that the 737 Max lineup represents about two-thirds of its future deliveries and 40 percent of its profits, according to the WSJ. “Boeing has lost control of the timetable to provide the safe, reliable solution,” Neil Hansford of the consulting firm Strategic Aviation Solutions told Bloomberg. “The longer it goes, the more chance Boeing has of losing orders.”

  A lawsuit accusing Alphabet’s board of responding to misconduct cases by paying off executives, rather than firing them, has confirmed the size of those payouts, Daisuke Wakabayashi of the NYT writes.

  • Alphabet’s board agreed to pay Amit Singhal, who ran Google’s search operations, as much as million when he resigned from the company in 2016 after being accused of groping a subordinate, according to board discussions that form part of the lawsuit.

  • Board meeting minutes cited in the lawsuit also confirm the NYT’s previous reporting of a million exit package for Andy Rubin, who once led its Android division, after he was accused of sexual misconduct.

  The case also shows the power exerted by Larry Page, the Google co-founder who is now Alphabet’s C.E.O., Mr. Wakabayashi writes, describing it as “a window into the workings of Alphabet’s board”:

  • Mr. Rubin was offered a pay package of 0,000 (and a potential bonus of more than double that) in April 2014 while he was an adviser to Google and no longer running the Android business.

  • He declined the offer until he had spoken to Mr. Page. In August 2014, Mr. Page awarded a 0 million stock grant to Mr. Rubin.

  • After the 0 million grant was awarded, a Google official emailed the board committee asking for approval of Mr. Rubin’s million compensation. It was approved.

  Less than 24 hours before a potentially decisive vote by lawmakers, Prime Minister Theresa May secured legal assurances from the E.U. in a bid to save her unpopular Brexit deal, Stephen Castle of the NYT writes.

  “After a telephone call with Jean-Claude Juncker, president of the European Commission, Mrs. May flew to meet him in Strasbourg, where the European Parliament is holding a plenary session,” Mr. Castle writes.

  The new provisions clarify the temporary nature of terms relating to the Irish border. “This provision is designed to prevent a hard border being created between Ireland, which will remain in the E.U., and Northern Ireland, which is part of the U.K.,” Mr. Castle writes.

  Now comes the hard part. Parliament will vote on Mrs. May’s updated deal later today, but Mr. Castle said it remained “unclear that the concessions agreed by the E.U. negotiators would be enough to prevent another defeat.” (She lost the last one by 230 votes in a 650-seat Parliament.) Critics say that the E.U. hasn’t conceded much — and her own attorney general, Geoffrey Cox, appears to agree.

  If no agreement is reached by March 29, Britain will leave the E.U. without a deal. Mrs. May has promised British lawmakers that, should she lose today, they could vote on whether to leave without an agreement. If they decide against that, next would be a vote on whether to request an extension of negotiations.

  But Mr. Juncker warned, “It is this deal, or Brexit may not happen at all.”

  For decades, the business center of New York City has been in Midtown Manhattan. That could change, Joshua Chaffin of the FT reports, as the new Hudson Yards development opens on the Far West Side.

  • A key selling point of Hudson Yards: office buildings that include “floor-to-ceiling windows, whizzing elevators and towers without interior columns, which allows for uninterrupted floor plans.”

  • Jeff Blau, the C.E.O. of Related Companies, which developed the area, said that the real estate was meant to be attractive to millennials — and companies that want to hire them.

  • Among those moving in is the investment giant KKR, whose co-founder, Henry Kravis, described the buildings as having “what younger people want today.”

  • Others relocating to Hudson Yards — which has as much office real estate as central Pittsburgh — include BlackRock and the hedge fund Third Point.

  • But the FT notes that the tech companies who inspired Hudson Yards are largely absent.

  Yesterday, the world wide web entered its fourth decade. Its inventor, Tim Berners-Lee, has reflected on the criticism that now dogs the products and platforms using his creation. And he has some plans for how to clean up the network:

  • “Given how much the web has changed in the past 30 years, it would be defeatist and unimaginative to assume that the web as we know it can’t be changed for the better in the next 30.”

  • “Governments must translate laws and regulations for the digital age. They must ensure markets remain competitive, innovative, and open.”

  • “Companies must do more to ensure that their pursuit of short-term profit is not at the expense of human rights, democracy, scientific fact, or public safety. Platforms and products must be designed with privacy, diversity, and security in mind.”

  • “And most important of all, citizens must hold companies and governments accountable for the commitments they make, and demand that both respect the web as a global community with citizens at its heart.”

  • “The web is for everyone, and collectively we hold the power to change it.”

  Kenneth Wagers was dismissed as XPO Logistics’ C.O.O. after less than a year.

  GM Cruise, the autonomous driving unit of G.M., hired Arden Hoffman, Dropbox’s head of H.R., as its chief people officer.

  Deals

  • Barrick Gold called off a .8 billion hostile takeover bid for Newmont Gold. The companies signed a joint venture instead. (Bloomberg)

  • German regulators say they’re worried that Deutsche Bank would fumble a merger with Commerzbank. (FT)

  • Waymo, Alphabet’s autonomous vehicle division, is reportedly seeking outside investment from companies like Volkswagen. (Information)

  • Levi Strauss hopes to raise up to 7 million in its I.P.O. (Reuters)

  • Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp., Axel Springer of Germany and others are reportedly interested in buying the financial news publisher Acuris for more than £1 billion, or .3 billion. (FT)

  Politics and policy

  • New York’s attorney general subpoenaed Deutsche Bank for records tied to Trump Organization projects. (NYT)

  • Speaker Nancy Pelosi opposes impeaching Mr. Trump. (WaPo)

  • New York lawmakers support a “pied-à-terre” tax on luxury second homes to raise money for the subway. (NYT)

  • The cap on state and local taxes may leave some states facing a budget shortfall. (Bloomberg)

  Tech

  • Amazon will stop trying to bar third-party merchants from selling products for less on other platforms — a practice criticized as anticompetitive. (Axios)

  • Facebook removed (and then restored) ads about Elizabeth Warren’s proposal to break up Big Tech. Instagram’s co-founders said her plan wasn’t “nuanced.” (Bloomberg, Business Insider)

  • Sam Altman, the former president of Y Combinator, has a new idea: he’s turning his nonprofit A.I. company, OpenAI, into a “capped-profit” company with a limit on what investors make, regardless of success. (Recode)

  • The Trump administration told Germany that it would limit intelligence-sharing if the country didn’t ban Huawei from its 5G wireless data networks. (WSJ)

  • Apple will hold an event on March 25. It’s expected to announce video and news services. (Verge)

  Best of the rest

  • Turkey has entered a recession. (NYT)

  • Officials at the Office of the Comptroller of Currency, a banking regulator, are reportedly considering whether to oust executives or directors at Wells Fargo. (WSJ)

  • BP has promoted green energy. But it has also lobbied to weaken U.S. methane regulations. (FT)

  • Britain is setting up a new audit and accounting regulator in the wake of recent scandals. (WSJ)

  • Renault and Nissan say they’re developing a new arrangement to maintain collaboration now that Carlos Ghosn is out of the picture. (WSJ)

  Thanks for reading! We’ll see you tomorrow.

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  心水论坛高手资料一一“【更】【何】【况】,【慕】【小】【姐】,【你】【这】【样】【以】【后】【不】【也】【会】【沦】【为】【上】【流】【社】【会】【的】【笑】【柄】【吗】,【我】【知】【道】【许】【多】【大】【人】【都】【偷】【偷】【摸】【摸】【做】【这】【种】【事】【情】,【可】【一】【旦】【被】【揭】【露】,【即】【使】【是】【心】【照】【不】【宣】,【可】【一】【旦】【事】【实】【亮】【在】【阳】【下】【就】【是】【人】【人】【讨】【打】,【不】【仅】【仅】【是】【家】【庭】,【还】【有】【企】【业】【都】【会】【有】【影】【响】。” 【戚】【眉】【瑶】【可】【以】【说】【出】【这】【番】【话】,【是】【让】【慕】【南】【倾】【始】【料】【未】【及】【的】。【果】【然】【上】【流】【社】【会】【的】【人】,【即】【使】【最】【天】【真】【的】【心】【里】【也】

  【可】【怪】【就】【怪】【在】【事】【情】【太】【巧】【合】【了】,【怎】【么】【此】【次】【都】【是】【白】【家】【的】【事】【儿】,【于】【是】【在】【他】【们】【看】【来】,【这】【慕】【伊】【人】【分】【明】【就】【是】【记】【恨】【着】【白】【云】【珠】【跟】【玄】【黎】【的】【亲】【事】,【这】【才】【一】【而】【再】【再】【而】【三】【地】【跟】【他】【们】【找】【事】。 【她】【分】【明】【就】【是】【故】【意】【的】。 【这】【个】【了】【悟】,【让】【白】【云】【杰】【忍】【不】【住】【多】【想】。【这】【会】【儿】【她】【张】【牙】【舞】【爪】【地】【跟】【他】【们】【摆】【架】【势】【找】【麻】【烦】,【自】【家】【要】【是】【退】【缩】【了】,【往】【后】【岂】【不】【是】【得】【寸】【进】【尺】,【直】【接】【欺】【负】

   “【那】【算】【了】,”【林】【清】【研】【淡】【淡】【道】:“【时】【间】【久】【了】,【你】【自】【然】【就】【会】【随】【意】【了】。”【现】【在】【劝】【说】【也】【没】【用】,【每】【个】【人】【性】【格】【都】【不】【同】,【她】【也】【不】【强】【求】。 【对】【于】【这】【话】,【踏】【雪】【只】【当】【听】【听】,【也】【没】【放】【心】【上】,【还】【是】【站】【立】【着】。 【绿】【宛】【回】【来】,【两】【人】【亲】【亲】【热】【热】【的】【说】【了】【好】【一】【阵】【话】,【林】【清】【研】【担】【心】【她】【饿】【了】,【让】【小】【红】【去】【准】【备】【了】【一】【些】【吃】【食】【端】【进】【屋】【让】【她】【吃】,【让】【踏】【雪】【一】【起】【吃】,【她】【婉】【拒】

  【逆】【运】【浑】【天】【宝】【鉴】,【以】【血】【穹】【苍】【为】【根】【基】,【层】【层】【逆】【转】,【最】【终】【以】【白】【云】【烟】【为】【锋】,【返】【璞】【归】【真】,【破】【杀】【万】【物】。 【嬴】【政】【当】【年】【争】【龙】【之】【时】,【以】【此】【招】【破】【开】【其】【兄】【弟】【成】【蟜】【的】【玄】【宇】【宙】,【将】【成】【蟜】【击】【杀】,【铺】【平】【了】【成】【王】【的】【道】【路】。 【虽】【说】【成】【蟜】【只】【练】【了】【玄】【宇】【宙】,【有】【点】【半】【吊】【子】【的】【样】【子】,【但】【是】【仅】【仅】【是】【半】【吊】【子】,【就】【让】【成】【蟜】【力】【压】【群】【雄】,【给】【当】【时】【的】【嬴】【政】【一】【行】【人】【带】【来】【无】【尽】【的】【绝】【望】。

  【薄】【司】【擎】【终】【于】【认】【真】【看】【了】【眼】【前】【的】【女】【生】【一】【眼】。 【女】【生】【大】【概】【也】【就】20【岁】【的】【样】【子】,【头】【发】【烫】【成】【大】【卷】,【戴】【着】【一】【个】【宽】【宽】【的】【发】【卡】,【脸】【上】【带】【着】【妆】【容】,【唇】【色】【鲜】【亮】,【身】【上】【穿】【了】【一】【件】【粉】【色】【羊】【绒】【大】【衣】,【脚】【上】【是】【一】【双】【马】【丁】【靴】,【手】【里】【还】【拎】【了】【一】【个】LV【的】【包】【包】。 【这】【身】【打】【扮】,【让】【薄】【司】【擎】【恍】【惚】【以】【为】【是】【在】【那】【个】【世】【界】。 【但】【也】【就】【只】【是】【晃】【神】【了】【一】【瞬】。 “【你】【想】【起】心水论坛高手资料一一【虽】【然】【现】【在】【的】【手】【游】【市】【场】【发】【展】【很】【快】,【在】【市】【面】【上】【的】【手】【游】【类】【型】【也】【是】【多】【种】【多】【样】【的】,【但】【是】【对】【于】【手】【游】【中】RPG【这】【个】【游】【戏】【类】【型】,【一】【直】【一】【开】【都】【是】【粉】【丝】【无】【数】【的】。【因】【为】【很】【多】【现】【在】【的】【玩】【家】【都】【喜】【欢】,RPG【游】【戏】【中】【那】【种】【打】【怪】【升】【级】、【探】【险】【寻】【宝】【的】【游】【戏】【体】【验】。【今】【天】【小】【编】【就】【给】【大】【家】【盘】【点】【一】【下】【可】【玩】【性】【很】【高】【的】【三】【款】ROG【手】【游】,【希】【望】【可】【以】【陪】【你】【过】【完】【这】【个】【冬】【天】。

  【今】【天】【的】【寿】【星】,【夏】【梓】【赫】【小】【朋】【友】【一】【天】【过】【得】【是】【心】【惊】【胆】【战】,【他】【爸】【没】【打】【他】【一】【顿】【他】【心】【里】【极】【为】【不】【踏】【实】。 【直】【到】【客】【人】【走】【完】,【晚】【上】【睡】【觉】【时】【他】【爸】【还】【没】【动】【手】,【这】【让】【他】【的】【小】【心】【脏】【犹】【如】【吊】【桶】【打】【水】【一】【般】,【七】【上】【八】【下】【的】。 【翻】【来】【覆】【去】【睡】【着】【后】,【他】【在】【梦】【里】【被】【他】【爸】【狠】【狠】【收】【拾】【了】【一】【顿】【才】【安】【心】【睡】【去】。 【睡】【前】,【夏】【芊】【美】【在】【梳】【妆】【台】【前】【坐】【着】,【边】【擦】【脸】【边】【说】:“【海】【海】,

  【飞】【天】【豹】【自】【然】【不】【知】【道】【花】【雨】【是】【要】【修】**【法】,【以】【为】【花】【雨】【是】【真】【的】【要】【给】【星】【魔】【岭】【的】【手】【一】【场】【造】【化】,【顿】【时】【高】【兴】【的】【点】【头】【答】【应】【将】【整】【个】【星】【魔】【岭】【的】【兽】【都】【找】【来】【接】【受】【造】【化】。 【对】【于】【出】【现】【的】【雷】【豹】【突】【然】【消】【失】,【星】【辰】【海】【的】【神】【并】【没】【有】【放】【弃】【寻】【找】,【他】【们】【撤】【离】【了】【一】【部】【分】,【余】【下】【的】【一】【部】【分】【在】【寻】【找】。 【飞】【天】【豹】【化】【为】【瘦】【弱】【的】【书】【生】,【小】【心】【翼】【翼】【的】【寻】【找】【对】【象】。【雷】【豹】【老】【大】【说】:“

  【首】【订】【两】【千】【二】【多】【的】【这】【本】【书】,【故】【事】【讲】【到】【了】【这】【里】,【那】【就】【结】【束】【了】【吧】,【废】【宅】【秦】【剑】【已】【经】【是】【个】【真】【正】【的】【男】【人】【了】,【拥】【有】【了】【属】【于】【他】【自】【己】【的】【幸】【福】【生】【活】,【大】【约】【也】【是】【我】【梦】【寐】【以】【求】【的】【生】【活】。 【我】【想】【写】【这】【本】【书】【的】【主】【线】【情】【节】【三】【十】【万】【字】【就】【写】【完】【了】,【不】【得】【不】【说】【因】【为】【大】【闸】【蟹】【的】【关】【系】,【很】【多】【东】【西】【都】【写】【不】【出】【来】,【兼】【职】【写】【书】【是】【为】【了】【快】【乐】,【不】【开】【心】【了】【就】【写】【不】【下】【去】【了】。 【新】

  【归】【根】【结】【底】,【每】【个】【人】【都】【在】【一】【定】【程】【度】【上】【具】【有】【吸】【引】【力】。【但】【是】,【要】【让】【自】【己】【看】【起】【来】【更】【好】。【您】【需】【要】【通】【过】【修】【饰】,【时】【尚】【和】【个】【性】【化】【手】【段】【来】【提】【高】【外】【观】。【我】【将】【为】【大】【家】【提】【供】【男】【人】【的】7【种】【时】【尚】【技】【巧】,【使】【您】【看】【起】【来】【更】【具】【吸】【引】【力】,【更】【加】【英】【俊】。

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