Uber’s self-driving software detected the pedestrian in the fatal Arizona crash but did not react in time (Recode)

How many calories are in that pizza? Chain restaurants now have to tell you. (Washington Post)

Elon Musk Wants to Fill Warren Buffett's 'Moat' With Candy, but It Still Holds Water (New York Times)

Bank of America is still working with gunmaker Remington (CNNMoney)

Senators urge regulator scrutiny of T-Mobile-Sprint merger (The Hill)

Snap is giving an Amazon exec $20 million in stock to replace its CFO one week after reporting disastrous earnings (Business Insider)

Jeff Bezos: You can have a job or a career, but if you have this you've 'hit the jackpot' (CNBC)

Proposed California solar mandate could add $10,500 to cost of a house (San Francisco Chronicle)

Data Sheet—Why India Is the New Battleground Between Walmart and Amazon (Fortune)

'Say a prayer': Carnival cruise ship floods as water flows into 50 guest rooms (USA Today)

One of Europe's top airlines is in crisis (CNNMoney)