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Tesla Autopilot death highlights autonomous risks
The first reported death involving Tesla's Autopilot feature raises troubling questions about how much more progress proponents of self-driving cars can be operated without constant driver awareness.
This fatality could slam the brakes on driverless cars  CBS News
Tesla driver's death using car's 'Autopilot' probed by NHTSA
Fiat Chrysler keeps astounding sales streak alive
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles on Friday kept its improbable sales streak alive in June as sales rose 6.5% because of big gains from its Jeep and Ram and a strong contribution from its new Chrysler Pacifica minivan.
Fiat Chrysler reports best June auto sales in 11 years  The Detroit News
Fiat Chrysler Sales Rise in June on Jeep Brand Strength  Wall Street Journal
Fate of Megadeal for Hershey Lies With Scandal-Plagued Trust
Holding the key to the sale of America's second-biggest candy company is a scandal-scarred, $12 billion charity that all but owns Hershey, Pennsylvania.
RPT-Mondelez's move on Hershey sends shivers through cocoa market  Reuters
Stock Market News for July 01, 2016
ECB not weighing revamp of bond-buying formula: report
The European Central Bank isn't debating whether to change the rules governing purchases of government debt under its quantitative-easing plan, Reuters reported Friday.
Benchmark 10-Year US Government Bond Yield Hits Record Low  Wall Street Journal
Brexit Adds to Load of Weary Central Banks  Newsmax
European factories bounce as Asia struggles, but Brexit poses threats
LONDON/SYDNEY Factories across Europe enjoyed a buoyant month in June but that growth could be under threat after Britons voted to leave the European Union last week, surveys conducted almost entirely before the historic referendum showed.
UK factories report pick-up in activity in June  BBC News
U.K. Manufacturing Growth Picked Up Before Brexit Referendum  Bloomberg
European Cities Battle for London's Finance Crown After Brexit Vote
European cities are closing in on London's wounded financial hub. Following the U.K.'s vote to quit the European Union, London's position as the continent's premier financial center is under threat, and officials in Paris, Frankfurt and Dublin aren't ...
How Will Brexit Impact The UK's Innovation?  Fast Company
Libor Conspicuously Stable After Brexit Panic Roils Markets  Bloomberg
Boomers, it's time to spend and pay taxes on your 401(k)s
At age 70, the bill comes due on all those tax-deferred savings accounts we've been building, and this week the oldest baby boomers will begin to reach that finish line with many millions more to follow.
Avoid These 5 Traps When Buying Real Estate in Self-Directed IRAs
Retirement Advisor Jeremy Keating Reinforces the Importance of Money Habits ...  Benzinga
PRECIOUS-Gold heads for fifth week of gains and silver jumps
... * Silver breaches $19 level for the first time since Sept 2014 * Platinum, palladium mark highest since mid-May (Updates prices) By Clara Denina LONDON, July 1 Gold rose 1 percent on Friday and was heading for its fifth weekly gain, supported by a ...
Gold, silver futures jump to kick of July trading  MarketWatch
Mid-Year Outlook For Gold  Seeking Alpha
JPMorgan to Open India Branches as Foreign Banks Pull Back
JPMorgan Chase & Co. is opening three branches in India, expanding in the world's second-most populous nation even as global competitors pull back.
JPMorgan wins approval to open three new branches in India  Reuters
JPMorgan Chase & Co UK Regulatory Announcement: JPMorgan Chase Announces ...  Business Wire (press release)
Ikea's dresser recall: 7 tips to prevent furniture injuries
A new recall of topple-prone Ikea dressers highlights the hazards that everyday furniture can hold for children, but there are a number of things parents can do to make their homes safer.
36 million IKEA dressers and chests recalled after six fatalities  Inhabitat
IKEA recall: Don't blame the parents who didn't install the wall ...  Treehugger