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Most Asia markets climb following Wall Street dip on Trump government shutdown ...
Most major indexes in Asia made gains on Thursday despite Wall Street closing lower after a threat from President Donald Trump about a possible government shutdown.
US close: Markets turn red as White House blusters over wall  DIGITALLOOK
FTC clears purchase of Whole Foods
The Federal Trade Commission on Wednesday gave the green light to's purchase of Whole Foods Market in a deal valued at $13.7 billion.
Amazon-Whole Foods deal gets blessing from FTC and shareholders  Los Angeles Times
Amazon's Whole Foods Deal Wins Swift US Antitrust Approval  Bloomberg
Uber, Mired in Corporate Scandals, Sees Uptick in Bookings
In the second quarter, gross bookings for Uber, based in San Francisco, rose to $8.7 billion, up 17 percent from the previous quarter.
Uber Narrows Loss to $645 Million, Boosts Revenue Amid Turmoil  Bloomberg
Uber second-quarter bookings increase, loss narrows  Reuters
Google and Walmart Partner With Eye on Amazon
Walmart has also been trying to integrate its digital business with its vast network of more than 4,690 stores. It partnered with Google to take on Amazon, the heavyweight of online shopping.
Walmart and Google are plotting to change your shopping habits  Washington Post
Wal-Mart and Google team up on voice-activated shopping, challenging Amazon  Los Angeles Times
Lawyers for fired Google programmer ask other employees to come forward
A law firm representing James Damore, who was fired from Google earlier this month for writing a controversial internal memo, is asking other former and current employees to come forward with “illegal employment practices” at Google.
Google memo writer hires Republican Party official as lawyer  Business Insider
Fired Google engineer James Damore hires prominent Republican lawyer  CNNMoney
Harvard researchers say Exxon misled public on climate science
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Two Harvard University researchers said in a study published on Wednesday they had collected data proving that Exxon Mobil Corp made "explicit factual misrepresentations" in newspaper ads it purchased to convey its views on the ...
Exxon Mobil misled the public on climate change, Harvard study finds  CNBC
Harvard study: Exxon 'misled the public' on climate change for ...  CNNMoney
US new home sales hit seven-month low as prices soar
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - New U.S. single-family home sales unexpectedly fell in July, dropping to their lowest in seven months amid a surge in prices, raising concerns of a slowdown in the housing market recovery.
Here's why new home sales tanked  CNBC
New-home sales skid to 7-month low in July  MarketWatch
WOW Air, known for $99 Europe fares, adds four new US cities
Can St. Louis support a non-stop route to Iceland? How about Cleveland, Cincinnati and Detroit? Icelandic budget carrier WOW Air thinks so, and - with fares that begin at less than $100 one-way - it's betting those Midwest markets will be profitable ...
Wow Air, known for $99 international flights, adds service to St. Louis
6 things to know before flying WOW air  The Detroit News
WPP Will Barely Grow This Year -- Sorrell Points to Packaged-Goods as Culprits
Blaming spending cuts from major consumer packaged-goods marketers who provide 30% of its revenue, the world's largest holding company, WPP, slashed its full-year forecast today to miniscule growth of zero to 1%.
Breakingviews-WPP underestimates pinch from corporate austerity  Reuters
Advertising Giant WPP Lowers Forecast as Clients Cut Back  New York Times
Washington Declares Open Season On Escaped Aquaculture Salmon
Instead of enforcing limits on fishing, wildlife officials in Washington state are doing just the opposite - they're asking the public to catch as many fish as they can, regardless of size.
Are they safe to eat? Debate continues over escaped Atlantic salmon  The Bellingham Herald
Go fish: Washington pleads for anglers to snag escaped Atlantic salmon