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At Fox News, Kisses, Innuendo, Propositions and Fears of Reprisal
The Fox News building in New York City. Roger Ailes resigned as the network's chief executive in the aftermath of a sexual harassment lawsuit.
What Ailes Us All  Huffington Post
NY Times: At Fox, Roger Ailes Was J. Edgar Hoover, Prodding Voters' ' ...  NewsBusters (blog)
The Search for the Elusive Natural Interest Rate
Financial markets are remarkably strong in a world roiled by terror attacks, a coup attempt in Turkey, murders of police officers in the U.S.
Eyes on Fed, BOJ, Europe's bank stress test  Reuters
Banks' Profit Margins Fall -- WSJ  Nasdaq
Southwest Airlines (LUV) Recovers From 'Rough' Day, Bloomberg TV Reports
On Thursday Southwest Airlines (LUV) reported weak 2016 Q2 results, said fares would fall and a server outage cancelled 1,400 of its flights, Bloomberg's George Ferguson discussed today.
Southwest Airlines Still Canceling Flights for Third day in a row  Skift
Southwest Airlines catching up after days of delays, computer issues  WLS-TV
Pokemon Go offers glimpse into $32 billion SoftBank-ARM deal
Every time a Pokemon Go fan drains a smartphone battery chasing virtual monsters, it's a reminder that chip technology has a long way to go.
Cambridge's Silicon Fen shaken by the winds of change  The Guardian
Masayoshi Son: The 'Bill Gates of Japan' who masterminded Britain ...
Verizon Nears $5 Billion Deal for Yahoo's Internet Businesses
Verizon Communications Inc. VZ 1.32 % is close to paying around $5 billion to buy Yahoo Inc. YHOO 1.36 % 's core business, people familiar with the matter said, absorbing a company that helped usher in the internet age but surrendered most of the ...
Verizon Still an Ad Laggard to Google, Facebook After Yahoo Deal  Bloomberg
Verizon Close To Buying Yahoo's Internet Assets In $5 Billion Deal  Tech Times
As We've Been Saying, California's Minimum Wage Rises Increase Unemployment
This is an interesting little tale which illustrates the other side of the minimum wage story. Around here at least the standard side is that when you raise the price of something people buy less of it.
Low Unemployment in 3 Key Swing States Hurts Trump  Newsmax
18 states see significant job gains, but unemployment rises
American Airlines Expects European Routes to Suffer From Overcapacity
American Airlines Group Inc., AAL 4.00 % which has a large trans-Atlantic business, said on Friday it expects its European routes to suffer from overcapacity, economic weakness and terrorism fears in the coming months.
Boom Times for Big US Airlines: $3.9 Billion in 2Q Profits  New York Times
Enjoy your cheap summer airfares — you'll pay more next year  Chicago Tribune
Elliott Management Shows PulteGroup Founder How to Get Things Done
Elliott, a hedge fund run by the billionaire Paul Singer, has persuaded the PulteGroup to add three new faces to its board. Pulte, a $7 billion home builder, will also cut investment in new land and buy back more shares.
PulteGroup Appoints John R. Peshkin, Scott F. Powers, and Joshua Gotbaum to ...  PR Newswire (press release)
PulteGroup Adds New Directors, Reports Upbeat Earnings  Wall Street Journal
Link between rig count, oil production is breaking
Years ago, it wasn't too hard to predict how many new barrels of crude the energy industry could harvest over a stretch of time.
US oil drillers add rigs for fourth straight week - Baker Hughes  Reuters
Baker Hughes Reports 15 U.S. Rig Gain As SLB, HAL Call Bottom
Japanese Splurge on Foreign Bonds as U.S. Yields Near Record Low
Japanese investors rushed into foreign debt for a second week, government figures showed, as benchmark Treasury yields held within a quarter percentage point of the record low.
Opinion: Why it still makes sense to buy stocks and bonds at record prices  MarketWatch
Ultra-low Interest Rates (Profit-Loss Chart)  ValueWalk