Dakota Access Pipeline owner sues Greenpeace, arguing it broke organized crime law (Washington Post)

Trump rejects wealthy friends' pleas for help (Politico)

Salesforce's Profit Guidance Disappoints, But Its Sales Momentum Remains Strong (TheStreet)

Chevron CEO Watson to step down, Wirth likely successor: source (Reuters)

Harley-Davidson cruises into 2018 with new models (Los Angeles Times)

The Village Voice newspaper shutters its print edition (CBS News)

Blue Apron Loses HR Executive, Freezes Hiring Amid Expansion (Bloomberg)

Kind Targets Big Food's Sugary Fruit Snacks in New Product Push (Bloomberg)

Walker aides assure legislators Foxconn will change economy (Washington Post)

How Wells Fargo Bought Millions in Services From an Independent Director's Firm (TheStreet)

Macy's CEO says management changes, job cuts target faster sales, better margins (CNBC)