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‘Whipsaw’ of US-China trade war will force small businesses to close, bike start-up CEO says

‘Whipsaw’ of US-China trade war will force small businesses to close, bike start-up CEO says

The uncertainty has slowed hiring and led to less investment in innovation, Brian Riley of Guardian Bikes says.

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Don’t assume a rate cut is coming this month, says former Fed official

Don’t assume a rate cut is coming this month, says former Fed official

A 50-basis-point cut has been "thrown out the window," says Richard Fisher.

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Cramer’s week ahead: The bond market is ‘begging’ the Fed to ‘slash and burn’ rates

Cramer’s week ahead: The bond market is ‘begging’ the Fed to ‘slash and burn’ rates

Jim Cramer has consumer price and retail data on his radar, along with earnings reports from RH, Broadcom and Kroger circled on next week's calendar.

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Starbucks to boost workers’ mental health benefits, reduce ‘remedial tasks’

Starbucks to boost workers’ mental health benefits, reduce ‘remedial tasks’

Starbucks' Leadership Experience was the first conference for its employees since 2014 and CEO Kevin Johnson's first since taking the reins as chief executive in 2017.

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Martin Shkreli sues investor over $420,000 debt that the ‘Pharma Bro’ owes the man’s dad

Martin Shkreli sues investor over $420,000 debt that the ‘Pharma Bro’ owes the man’s dad

Martin Shkreli is waging his legal battle from a federal prison in Pennsylvania, where he is serving a seven-year fraud sentence for crimes related to hedge funds he previously ran and to a drug...

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Sen. Durbin to acting FDA chief: take ‘decisive’ action on vaping or resign

Sen. Durbin to acting FDA chief: take ‘decisive’ action on vaping or resign

Senate Minority Whip Dick Durbin threatened acting FDA Commissioner Ned Sharpless to take "decisive action" to curb teen vaping, such as banning flavors, or resign.

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Alphabet confirms that DOJ is pursuing antitrust review

Alphabet confirms that DOJ is pursuing antitrust review

In a regulatory filing on Friday, Alphabet confirmed that it received a "civil investigative demand" from the DOJ.

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Opioid maker Mallinckrodt reaches tentative settlement in Ohio cases set for trial next month

Opioid maker Mallinckrodt reaches tentative settlement in Ohio cases set for trial next month

Opioid maker Mallinckrodt's stock jumped by more than 15% on Friday after hitting an all-time low the day before and reaching tentative settlements in two opioid lawsuits set for trial next...

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Bahamas struggles to cope with decomposing bodies, emotional trauma after Dorian

Bahamas struggles to cope with decomposing bodies, emotional trauma after Dorian

Hundreds, if not thousands, are still missing in the country of about 400,000 people, and officials say the death toll, which stands at 30, is likely to shoot up as more bodies are discovered in…

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Apple could launch a new gadget that helps you find stuff you lose, top analyst says

Apple could launch a new gadget that helps you find stuff you lose, top analyst says

Apple could incorporate a wireless technology called ultra-wideband (UWB) into the iPhones it expects to launch this fall, according to TF Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo in a note distributed on...

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