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Stocks, oil dive on China fears; volatility jumps
NEW YORK World stock indexes and commodities slumped on Tuesday as weak Chinese data revived fears about the effect of China's economic health on the global economy and fueled more market turmoil.
US Markets Dive Amid Worries About China  New York Times
US markets plunge as Chinese economy fears revive global jitters  The Guardian
The Globe and Mail  
US Stocks in Sell-Off Again Due to Worries About China
Following more bad news from China, U.S. stocks had another bad day as investors remain jittery over a slowdown in the world's second-largest economy.
US stocks close down sharply following weak reports in China  Washington Post
Wall Street kicks off stormy Sept: Dow plunges 470 points on weak China data  USA TODAY
Fed's Rosengren: Global Economic Weakness Argues for Rate Rise Caution
NEW YORK—Federal Reserve Bank of Boston President Eric Rosengren said Tuesday that global turmoil argues in favor of being cautious about starting the process to normalize monetary policy, in a speech that emphasized central-bank interest-rate ...
Rosengren sees gradual Fed rate hikes, downplays timing  Reuters
Unclear if central bank will raise rates, Boston Fed chief says  Boston Globe
McDonald's Set to Offer All-Day Breakfast
McDonald's Corp. MCD -1.63 % is embarking on its biggest operational change in years as it tries to juice flagging sales, with plans to offer breakfast items all-day at its more than 14,300 U.S.
McDonald's to start all-day breakfast in the US on Oct. 6  Reuters
McDonald's Announces National Date of All-Day Breakfast  ABC News
Oil tumbles 8 percent as weak China data revives growth fears
NEW YORK Oil prices tumbled 8 percent on Tuesday in volatile trading that sent Brent futures back below $50 a barrel as weak Chinese data revived concerns about demand for petroleum after crude's three-day rally of more than 20 percent.
What Analysts Are Saying About Revised US Oil Data  Wall Street Journal (blog)
Oil Tumbles Most in Two Months After Biggest Gain in 25 Years  Bloomberg
Marissa Mayer is pregnant again, this time with twin girls. Now let's move on.
Here we go again. Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer is pregnant, this time with identical twin girls. In a post on her personal Tumblr account, the 40-year-old chief executive announced she's due in December and will again take only a short maternity leave.
Marissa Mayer Rewrites Rules for CEO Parenting, Again  Bloomberg
Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer is expecting twins ... and plans to be back at work ...  New Zealand Herald
Factory Production Grows at Slowest Pace Since May 2013
WASHINGTON - A strong dollar and China's economic slowdown dragged growth at American factories last month to the lowest level since May 2013.
MONEY MARKETS-US rates futures hit session highs after Aug ISM  Reuters
US manufacturing activity slows in August  Sky News Australia
7-Eleven is delivering snacks in these cities
The convenience store chain partners with a delivery service to make it happen. If you live in New York, Los Angeles or Chicago, and are too lazy to go get that snack you crave, there's now a solution.
DoorDash Inks First Non-Restaurant Delivery Deal With 7-Eleven (Sans Slurpees)  Forbes
7-Eleven expands home delivery in several cities  CBS News
Chipotle is not keeping its non-GMO promises, lawsuit says
A class-action lawsuit claims that Chipotle has continued to serve food made with GMOs since it announced it had phased them out if its food supply this past April.
Chipotle Admits That Not All Their Food is GMO Free  Fox Business
Chipotle Is Being Sued Over Its Anti-GMO Advertising. Serves Them Right.  Slate Magazine (blog)
Fiat Chrysler Canada sales edge up in August
TORONTO, Sept 1 Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV on Tuesday reported that Canadian sales rose 0.4 percent in August from a year earlier, as Jeep and other truck sales jumped but car sales dropped 19 percent.
Toledo lands Wrangler, will lose Cherokee  Detroit Free Press
Ford and Fiat Chrysler Post Surprising Sales Gains in August  New York Times