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Wall Street cautious after Barcelona terror attacks and continued Trump political fallout
U.S. stock futures were under some pressure this morning as investors contend with two developing stories: the Barcelona terror attacks and the political fallout swirling around President Donald Trump. Equity markets in Europe and Japan were also lower ...
The stock market is one place for good news in a bad-news worldThe Hill (blog)
World Stocks Tumble as Market Hopes in Trump's Reform Agenda FadeFortune
US stock markets continue slide as sell-off gathers paceFinancial Times
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Financial Times
Infosys chief resigns after stand-off with founders
Financial Times
Infosys's embattled chief executive Vishal Sikka has resigned with immediate effect, after a long-running stream of criticism from Narayana Murthy, founding chairman of the Indian IT services giant. Mr Sikka in 2014 became the first Infosys leader ...
Vishal Sikka Resigns as Infosys CEO -- 3rd UpdateFox Business
Infosys CEO Sikka Resigns Suddenly, Cites 'Drumbeat of Distractions'
Infosys CEO Vishal Sikka Has Resigned Amid a 'Drumbeat of Distractions'Yahoo Finance

New York Times
The Chinese government is limiting overseas investment in property
Business Insider
Xi Jinping Chinese President Xi Jinping attends a meeting at the United Nations European headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland, January 18, 2017. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse. BEIJING (AP) — China's government is moving to curb domestic companies' ...
China Steps Up Warnings Over Debt-Fueled Overseas AcquisitionsNew York Times
China Makes It Official, Formalizes Overseas Acquisitions RestrictionsVariety
China to limit overseas investments in real estate, sportsThe Herald
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Foot Locker plunges 25% after sales fall way short of Street; Nike, Under Armour drop
The athletic apparel retailer posts adjusted earnings per share of 62 cents on revenue of $1.701 billion for the second quarter. Analysts polled by Thomson One expected the company to report earnings per share of 90 cents on sales of $1.8 billion ...
Foot Locker Dives as Investors Brace for 'Several Years of Pain'Bloomberg
Foot Locker sales miss weighs on sector's stocksMarketWatch
Foot Locker Earnings May be the First Big Sign Athletic Momentum Is WeaningFootwear News
Barron's -PR Newswire (press release) -Business Insider -Benzinga
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Washington Post
Americans are buying more food at Walmart
Washington Post
Competition is heating up among U.S. grocery chains, but Americans are increasingly buying their food at Walmart. The retailer on Thursday said food sales had grown to their highest level in five years, as Walmart expands its grocery business both in ...
How Walmart Is Bolstering Its Grocery Business Ahead of the Amazon-Whole Foods MarriageFortune
Credit Cards Sizzle, Debt Fizzles And Alibaba Crushes
Stocks Falter In Week Amid Trump, Terror, Retail Earnings, But Alibaba BoomsInvestor's Business Daily
Los Angeles Times -Business Insider -Fox Business
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The Uber civil war is now a PR battle
As the fight between Benchmark and former CEO Travis Kalanick escalates, expect even more revelations and allegations (and trust no one). by Kara Swisher@karaswisher Aug 18, 2017, 7:03am EDT. tweet · share · Linkedin. Shame on everyone. Spencer ...
Uber's ousted CEO Travis Kalanick described a lawsuit against him as 'a personal attack'Business Insider
Former Uber CEO claims lawsuit against him is 'shameful'The Verge
Travis Kalanick Calls Uber Investor's Lawsuit Against Him a 'Public and Personal Attack'Fortune
Engadget -TechCrunch -CNET -Android Headlines
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New York Times
What Happens to Solar Power in an Eclipse? We'll Find Out Monday
New York Times
Unlike most eclipse-watchers in the United States, Eric Schmitt wouldn't mind seeing a few clouds in the sky when the moon starts blotting out the sun on Monday. “A cloudy morning might even be helpful for us,” he said. That's because, as the vice ...
Scorching heat, rolling blackouts: The West is changing how it does summerArs Technica
California Prepares For An Eclipse Of Its Solar PowerNPR
When the sun disappears Monday, your electricity won'tThinkProgress
Bloomberg -CBS News -Greentech Media -Daily Local News
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The Hill
Data on 1.8M Chicago voters exposed
The Hill
An election systems company accidentally left personal information on what appeared to be nearly 2 million current and former Chicago voters online without any form of security. The 1.8 million records, voter names, addresses, phone numbers, driver's ...
1.8 million Chicago voter records exposed onlineCNNMoney
Shonky voting machine exposes details of 1.8 million Chicago citizensThe INQUIRER
Voting machine supplier exposes 1.8 million voter recordsEngadget
Charlotte Observer -Broadway World -Chicago Tribune -Gizmodo
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US stocks set for second straight weekly drop; worries about business friendly Trump agenda grow
The S&P and the Dow had fallen approximately half a percent for the week entering Friday's session. The two indexes were also on track for their first two-week losing streak since May. The Nasdaq, meanwhile, was on track to post a four-week losing ...
US stocks open mostly lower; major indexes set to extend weekly lossesMarketWatch

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Cruise lines to go ahead with Barcelona calls in wake of terror attack
Most major cruise lines with ships scheduled to call at Barcelona in the next few days plan to go ahead with the visits, despite Thursday's terror attack. A spokeswoman for the parent company of Oceania Cruises on Thursday said a Barcelona call ...
Cruise Lines React to Barcelona AttackCruise Critic
'Free Cruise' robocalls could get you up to $900 in new class action settlementWTNH Connecticut News (press release)
Get a call about a free cruise? You could get up to $900 - Cincinnati News, FOX19-WXIX TVWXIX
Chicago Daily Herald -WSYR -Big Country Homepage
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