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Lawmakers are paving the way for self-driving cars on public roads, and those cars wouldn't be required to have a driver behind the wheel.

Gap is focusing on its athletic apparel brands, announcing it will close 200 Banana Republic and Gap stores within the next three years.

And Toys "R" Us is considering filing for bankruptcy as it deals with hundreds of millions of dollars in debt.

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