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European stocks break three-day losing streak – Reuters

22 August, 2017 Business - Google News 0

Reuters

European stocks break three-day losing streak
Reuters
LONDON (Reuters) – European stocks broke a three-day losing streak on Tuesday, building on gains in other markets boosted by signs of a global economic recovery and rising commodity prices. Gains for heavyweight miners boosted European shares after …
Euro’s Hot Streak May Survive Any Draghi Jackson Hole JawboningBloomberg
Afghanistan and Jackson Hole – 5 Things You Must Know Before the Market OpensTheStreet.com
Moon Blots Out The DollarSeeking Alpha
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Ford becomes latest carmaker to launch UK scrappage scheme – Reuters

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Telegraph.co.uk

Ford becomes latest carmaker to launch UK scrappage scheme
Reuters
LONDON, Aug 22 (Reuters) – Ford on Tuesday became the latest carmaker to launch a car scrappage scheme in Britain, joining the likes of BMW and Mercedes-Benz, after months of procrastination from the government over whether to begin a national …
Ford announces £2000 scrappage scheme for pre-2010 carsBBC News
Ford Offers UK Drivers Cash to Scrap Dirty Diesel EnginesBloomberg
Ford to Offer Incentives to Scrap Older CarsU.S. News & World Report
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Global Stocks Gain After Wall Street Rise – U.S. News & World Report

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U.S. News & World Report

Global Stocks Gain After Wall Street Rise
U.S. News & World Report
Global stocks have risen after Wall Street gained as investors look ahead to this week’s gathering of central bankers in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Aug. 22, 2017, at 4:57 a.m.. MORE. LinkedIn · StumbleUpon · Google +; Cancel. Global Stocks Gain After Wall …
Asian Shares Mostly Higher After Wall Street ReboundNasdaq
Asian Shares Edge Up, Bolstered by Modest Gains on Wall StreetNew York Times
Asian stocks mixed after Wall Street gainsWashington Post
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BHP to quit US shale business as annual profit surges – Reuters

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Reuters

BHP to quit US shale business as annual profit surges
Reuters
SYDNEY (Reuters) – BHP Billiton (BHP.AX), the world’s largest miner, reported a surge in underlying full-year profits on Tuesday and said it would exit its underperforming U.S. shale oil and gas business, pleasing disgruntled shareholders who had
BHP Intends to Sell US Shale BusinessFortune
BHP Rises on US Shale Exit And Despite Full Year Earnings MissTheStreet.com
BHP Billiton swings to profit; to hike dividendMarketWatch
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How lawmakers aim to tackle California’s housing crisis – KCRA Sacramento

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KCRA Sacramento

How lawmakers aim to tackle California’s housing crisis
KCRA Sacramento
California is building 100,000 housing units a year, but it needs to double that in order to meet demand. “California has a severe housing shortage,” said Brian Uhler with the Legislative Analyst’s Office. “There’s far more people who wish to live here
California’s housing crisis was decades in the making. It needs more than quick fixesFresno Bee
One key to affordable housing crisis? Pay construction workers a living wage.Sacramento Bee
Minimum wage increases: The opposite of helpfulThe San Luis Obispo Tribune (blog)

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Blue Apron hit with multiple class action lawsuits – TechCrunch

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TechCrunch

Blue Apron hit with multiple class action lawsuits
TechCrunch
Blue Apron just can’t catch a break. The cooking kit company has seen its share price nearly cut in half since its late June IPO and now it could be in legal trouble, too. Now law firms are coming after the company with proposed class-action lawsuits
Blue Apron shareholders file lawsuits alleging investors were misledVentureBeat
Blue Apron gets hit with lawsuit accusing it of misleading shareholdersFast Company
Shareholder Class Action Filed Against Blue Apron Holdings, Inc. – APRNGuruFocus.com
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Jury awards record $417M in talcum powder-cancer lawsuit – WRAL.com

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WRAL.com

Jury awards record $417M in talcum powder-cancer lawsuit
WRAL.com
LOS ANGELES — A Los Angeles jury on Monday ordered Johnson & Johnson to pay a record $417 million to a hospitalized woman who claimed in a lawsuit that the talc in the company’s iconic baby powder causes ovarian cancer when applied regularly for …
J&J Loses $417 Million Talc Verdict in First California CaseBloomberg
LA Jury Awards $417M to User of Johnson & Johnson Baby PowderCourthouse News Service
California Talc Lawsuit $417M VerdictLegal Examiner
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Tronc names digital media executive to lead LA Times – New York Daily News

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Los Angeles Times

Tronc names digital media executive to lead LA Times
New York Daily News
The logo of Tronc Inc (TRNC.O), formerly Tribune Publishing Company, is seen at TechFair LA, a technology job fair, in Los Angeles, California, U.S., January 26, 2017. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson – RTSXKC4. (Reuters). Reuters. REUTERS. Monday, August …
Ross Levinsohn is named the new publisher and CEO of the LA Times as top editors are oustedLos Angeles Times
Publisher and Top Editors Ousted at Los Angeles Times in Leadership Shake-UpNew York Times
Ken Doctor: Looking Behind Tronc’s Surprising Clean Sweep At LA TimesTheStreet.com
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Eclipse to Cost Employers $700M – U.S. News & World Report

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U.S. News & World Report

Eclipse to Cost Employers $700M
U.S. News & World Report
A new study suggests lost productivity could cost U.S. companies hundreds of millions of dollars. By Andrew Soergel, Economy Reporter | Aug. 21, 2017, at 2:18 p.m.. MORE. LinkedIn · StumbleUpon · Google +; Cancel. Eclipse to Cost Employers $700M …
The Solar Eclipse Cost the US Economy a Huge Amount of MoneyVanity Fair
Today’s Solar Eclipse Will Blind You, Destroy Your Business and Steal Your Cat.Inc.com
People Skipping Work for the Solar Eclipse Could Cost Their Employers $700 MillionTIME
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Deer Valley, but not Solitude, acquired by big new ski company – Salt Lake Tribune

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Salt Lake Tribune

Deer Valley, but not Solitude, acquired by big new ski company
Salt Lake Tribune
The deal will have no impact on Deer Valley pass sales for the coming winter, or the resorts skiers-only status. Deer Valley, but not Solitude, acquired by big new ski company. (Eric Schramm | Deer Valley Resort via Associated Press)This undated photo …
Aspen Skiing, KSL Capital venture adds Utah’s Deer Valley to growing resort portfolioThe Denver Post
Utah’s Deer Valley sold in ski industry consolidationSacramento Bee
Aspen Skiing Co. affiliate acquires Deer Valley Resort in UtahAspen Times
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Coal Mining Health Study Is Halted by Interior Department – New York Times

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New York Times

Coal Mining Health Study Is Halted by Interior Department
New York Times
A mountaintop removal project in Blair, W. Va., a site that was approved by the Army Corps of Engineers, but was reevaluated by the Environmental Protection Agency. Credit Todd Heisler/The New York Times. WASHINGTON — The Interior Department has …
Trump administration halted a study of mountaintop coal mining’s health effectsWashington Post
Trump administration halts research on mountaintop removal coal miningThe Hill
Halt Ordered on Study of Health Threat From Surface MinesU.S. News & World Report
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Nike Could Drop Even More After Foot Locker Fallout, but That’s the Good News – TheStreet.com

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TheStreet.com

Nike Could Drop Even More After Foot Locker Fallout, but That’s the Good News
TheStreet.com
Nike’s correction isn’t done yet — but a buying opportunity might still be around the corner. Jonas Elmerraji. Aug 21, 2017 3:48 PM EDT. The biggest victim of Foot Locker Inc.’s (FL) selloff last week? It wasn’t Foot Locker itself. Iinstead, the
More Pain Ahead for the Footwear Industry24/7 Wall St.
This Analyst Is ‘Throwing In The Towel’ On Foot LockerBenzinga
The Biggest Loser: Foot Locker Tumbles 7.4%Barron’s
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