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This tech company will start microchipping their workers
A tech company in Wisconsin is gearing up to become the first in the U.S. to offer microchip implants to employees - and more than 50 workers have already signed up so they can make in-house purchases, open doors and unlock office equipment.
Company Offers Free, Totally Not Creepy Microchip Implants to Employees  Gizmodo
A Wisconsin company will let employees use microchip implants to buy snacks ...  The Verge
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US home sales stumble as prices hit record high
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. home resales volumes fell more than expected in June as a dearth of properties pushed house prices to a record high.
US home sales fell in June; shoppers couldn't find houses to buy  Los Angeles Times
Existing-Home Sales Retreat 1.8% In June  Forbes
Bush's Baked Beans issues recall of 'potentially defective' cans
Bush Brothers & Co. announced Saturday that the company has issued a voluntary recall of certain 28-ounce cans of Bush's Brown Sugar Hickory Baked Beans, Country Style Baked Beans and Original Baked Beans because of "potentially defective side ...
Bush's Baked Beans recalled due to defective cans
Bush's Baked Beans recalled over defective cans  Fox News
AT&T in Early Talks With US Officials for Time Warner Approval
U.S. antitrust officials have started talking to representatives from AT&T Inc. and Time Warner Inc. about possible conditions that could secure approval of their $85.4 billion tie-up, according to people familiar with the matter.
Democrats Cite AT&T-Time Warner Merger in Call for Stricter Antitrust Laws  Variety
Dems call out AT&T-Time Warner deal in new messaging campaign  The Hill
IMF cuts UK growth forecast, Treasury calls for smooth Brexit
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain has suffered the biggest downgrade of economic growth projections by the International Monetary Fund for the world's rich nations this year, prompting the finance ministry to renew its call for a smooth exit from the European ...
IMF Warms to Eurozone Economy Amid Lower Political Risks  U.S. News & World Report
The IMF cuts its US growth forecast, citing Trump's unfulfilled promises  Washington Post
Shares of this sports retailer are crashing, dragging Foot Locker, Nike down ...
Hibbett expects a drop in sales and "significant pressure on gross margins" will lead to a loss of 19 cents to 22 cents per diluted share in the fiscal second quarter.
Liz Weston: the Astonishingly High Risk of a 401(k) Loan  U.S. News & World Report
Hibbett Sports shares plummet after profit warning and 'woefully late ...  MarketWatch
KKR Strikes Deal To Buy Health Information Giant WebMD For $2.8B And A Former ...
Private equity giant KKR is betting big on healthy living. In separate announcements on Monday morning, KKR said it will buy both internet health information giant WebMD Holdings for $2.8 billion and The Nature's Bounty Co.
KKR to buy WebMD in $2.8 billion deal  Reuters
WebMD Health to be sold to a KKR company for $2.8 billion  Washington Post
Blue Apron Bulls See Meal Kits Sweeping The Nation, Put Amazon Out Of Mind
Blue Apron has the potential to change how America eats dinner, according to its cheerleaders on Wall Street. The online meal-kit delivery company received a torrent of positive analyst recommendations on Monday, sending its stock surging by 12 ...
Cramer: Bullish Blue Apron analysts don't seem to notice Amazon's rise  CNBC
Blue Apron is a tasty buy opportunity, say banks that led IPO  MarketWatch
OPEC moves to cap Nigerian oil output, boost compliance
Saudi Arabian Energy Minister Khalid al-Falih, Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak, Kuwaiti Oil Minister Essam al-Marzouq and OPEC Secretary General Mohammad Barkindo attend a meeting of the 4th OPEC-Non-OPEC Ministerial Monitoring ...
Saudi-led oil producers face 'mission impossible' as they patch up ...  CNBC
Oil prices advance as Saudis pledge to cut exports; Nigeria agrees to output cap  MarketWatch
US Stock Indexes Dip Ahead of Busy Earnings Week
U.S. stock indexes dipped Monday, ahead of a busy week of corporate earnings reports and a meeting of the Federal Reserve. July 24, 2017, at 11:41 a.m.. MORE. LinkedIn · StumbleUpon · Google +; Cancel. US Stock Indexes Dip Ahead of Busy Earnings ...
Stocks Showing A Lack Of Direction In Morning Trading - US Commentary  Nasdaq
US stocks slip as Wall Street awaits big tech earnings  CNBC