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Spotify, the popular music streaming service starts, trading on the New York Stock Exchange Tuesday morning. The company opted to forego the traditional IPO and instead list and trade its shares without the help of an investment bank. Many in both the tech and music industries are watching the stock closely.

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The nation's oldest continuously owned restaurant is changing hands. Claudio’s Restaurant in Greenport, Long Island, officially sold after being in the Claudio Family for more than 140 years. The Claudios announced the sale in a Facebook post.

The Family owned and operated the restaurant since it opened in 1870. In that time it became a destination for tourists, vacationers and locals in Greenport.

The restaurant almost sold in 2015, but the sale fell through.

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The oldest firearms maker in the U.S. has filed for bankruptcy. Remington Arms dates back to 1816 with ammunition and gunsmith plants in Connecticut and New York.

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The government’s bid to halt the merger between AT&T and Time Warner is set to start Thursday morning in Washington, D.C. The Department of Justice claims the $85 billion deal will hurt competition and consumers, but the companies say the government misstates who the actual competition is.

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An Indian information technology firm says it will build a $20 million innovation center in Hartford, Conn.