Included in IMPO's top five news stories: seven facts you might not know about the minimum wage and Honeywell employees continue to stick out the lockout.
Take a look at last week's top stories:
Report: Tesla Driver Was Speeding During Fatal 'Autopilot' Crash: Federal officials on Tuesday released more details regarding a fatal crash involving Tesla's "Autopilot" system earlier this year. The preliminary report from the National Transportation Safety Board found that Joshua Brown's Model S sedan was on cruise control -- at nine miles per hour more than the 65 mile per hour speed limit -- and had deployed the car's in-lane navigation system at the time of the crash, according to the Associated Press. The crash is the first fatal accident involving the semi-autonomous driving technology.
Tesla Opens Gigafactory To Expand Battery Production, Sales: It's Tesla Motors' biggest bet yet: a massive, $5 billion factory in the Nevada desert that could nearly double the world's production of lithium-ion batteries. Tesla officially opened its Gigafactory on Tuesday, a little more than two years after construction began. The factory is about 14 percent complete, but when it's finished, it will be about 10 million square feet, or about the size of 262 NFL football fields. That will make it one of the largest buildings in the world.
7 Facts About The Minimum Wage: Sunday, July 24, marked seven years since the last time the federal minimum wage was raised. Click to learn seven things you may not know about it.
Honeywell Employees Sticking Out Lockout: Honeywell employees at the South Bend, IN., plant continue the two-and-a-half month lockout, many without any income or unemployment benefits. Watch to learn about the situation.
MM: A Keurig-Like Beer Delivery System: In this episode, the Keurig of beer is delivered to your doorstep and a look at the solar-powered plane's journey around the world.