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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.
Roger Ailes' Departure Doesn't Stop Sex-Harassment Allegations At ...  Variety
How Fox News Fired and Silenced a Female Reporter Who Alleged Sexual Harassment  New York Magazine
Washington Post (blog)  
Champagne, tacos and time off: How Dollar Shave Club employees are celebrating ...
Alex Janckila, a software engineer at Dollar Shave Club, was sporting something a bit unusual for an employee of a razor company: a five o'clock shadow.
Why The Best Shave of Your Life is Right Around the Corner  GQ Magazine
M&A roundup - week ending 7/23/16  VatorNews
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
The Fed Missed Its Chance. Now What?  Wall Street Journal
ARM's success puts pressure on SoftBank takeover bid
The Japanese buyer of ARM Holdings will be put under pressure to affirm its commitment to Britain when the UK chip company posts a jump in profits just days after agreeing to a �24.3bn takeover.
Cambridge's Silicon Fen shaken by the winds of change  The Guardian
Why Softbank Is Buying ARM for $32B  Fox Business
Verizon reportedly close to acquiring Yahoo for around $5 billion
Verizon is reportedly nearing a deal to purchase Yahoo for close to $5 billion, bringing to an end a months-long bidding process for a now-ailing company that was once an internet trailblazer.
Verizon Nears $5 Billion Deal for Yahoo's Internet Businesses  Wall Street Journal
Verizon Still an Ad Laggard to Google, Facebook After Yahoo Deal  Bloomberg
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
EU Approves a Monsanto Biotech Bean -- WSJ
European Union officials approved a new Monsanto Co. biotech soybean, allowing the beans to be imported but not grown in the region's farms.
Monsanto (MON) Stock Up After EU Approves Biotech Soybeans Import
Roundup Ready 2 Xtend(TM) Soybeans Gain European Union (EU) Import Approval  Marketwired (press release)
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
Southwest still delaying, canceling flights after technology outage
Southwest Airlines passengers stand in line outside Hobby Airport on Thursday, July 21, 2016, in Houston. A computer problem in the Southwest Airlines system caused flights across the country to be held up or cancelled as the airline worked to fix ...
Southwest Airlines Still Canceling Flights for Third day in a row  Skift
Southwest Airlines catching up after days of delays, computer issues  WLS-TV
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.
Oil Rig Count Up by 14 Last Week, Hedge Funds Thinking Short Again  24/7 Wall St.
Largest US oil-rig spike of 2016 is bad for prices, good for oil-service firms  MarketWatch