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Small businesses are upbeat, but tariff fallout is a threat

Small business owners remain generally optimistic, but economists say escalating trade disputes could turn their upbeat attitude around

London First CEO On Brexit and Business

Jasmine Whitbread sits down with Fortune's Claire Zillman to talk about how businesses and citizens of the United Kingdom are reacting to Brexit.

Stocks fall as crude oil prices drop 4 percent…

US stocks are mostly falling as oil prices drop and energy companies turn lower, but banks rise with interest rates

Can Netflix continue its hot streak with Q2…

Netflix is the first FAANG stock to report earnings. Yahoo Finance's Seana Smith, Andy Serwer, Julia La Roche, and Dan Howley discuss.

Adidas Pledges To Use Recycled Plastic By 2024

Adidas has pledged to use only recycled plastics, including polyester, by 2024. Huffington Post reports the company will stop using newly manufactured plastic this year. Polyester makes up about 50 percent of the material in Adidas’ products. The inexpensive material is made from plastic and has sweat-resistant properties. The switch will save an estimated 40 tons of plastic annually Starbucks and American Airlines both announced last week that they are cutting down on plastic straws.

Bitmain expanding Israel development center

Oregon admits lack of oversight of medical…

Regulators don't know how much medical marijuana is in the pipeline in Oregon, opening the way for black market diversion

This CEO Says That Data and A.I. Are at the…

Intel CEO Brian Krzanich thinks that data is playing the same key part in the world's economy that oil historically did.

China slowdown weighs on markets as Trump meets…

Shares edge higher in early European trading after lackluster day in Asia

Elon Musk's pedophile comment raises eyebrows

Yahoo Finance's Seana Smith, Andy Serwer, Julia La Roche and Dan Howley discuss Elon Musk's latest Twitter outburst.

Papa John's Founder Kicked Out Of Office After…

Jason Merrit/Getty Papa John's has booted founder John Schnatter out of its office in the wake of reports that he used a racial slur during a conference call in May. Schnatter, formerly CEO of the company,admitted to using the N-word during the call and apologized last week. Schnatter has resigned as chairman and has been scrubbed from the company's marketing materials. "News reports attributing the use of inappropriate and hurtful language to me during a media training session regarding race are true," Schnatter said in a statement. In a statement released to the press on Sunday, the company announced that it had launched a special committee to deal with the fallout.

BRIEF: Gov't approves second Israeli stock exchange

Clovyr Hopes To See Customers From 'Across The…

Cofounder and CEO Amber Baldet predicts the demand for decentralized apps will be similar to that of websites.

Despite some wobbles, stocks end the week with…

U.S. stocks wrap up another solid week with gains for industrial companies, retailers and energy companies

Financials outperform as stocks search for…

Yahoo Finance’s Seana Smith and Jared Blikre on the biggest headlines moving the markets in afternoon trading Monday.

Bank of America Has Strong Quarter

(Reuters) - Bank of America Corp (BAC.N) reported quarterly profit above Wall Street expectations as the second-largest U.S. lender kept a tight leash on expenses and benefited from growth in loans and deposits. Total loans increased 2 percent, with the bank’s consumer banking and wealth management businesses both recording growth of about 7 percent. Speaking at a conference in May, the bank’s head of global corporate banking said the pipeline of new loans was better than it was in 2017, but that it was too soon to predict lending demand for the year.

Meir Shamir still hankers after Tnuva

Nordstrom Hopes Technology Helps Pave a Path to…

The retailer’s testing new ways to serve customers at its first store in NYC.

The end of an era at Goldman Sachs

The New York Times is reporting, this week, Goldman Sachs will announce David Solomon to replace CEO Lloyd Blankfein. Yahoo Seana Smith, Andy Serwer, Julia La Roche and Dan Howley discuss.

FANG Stocks Lead Market Recovery

The FANG stocks, which include Facebook, Amazon, Netflix and Google’s parent Alphabet have led the technology and consumer discretionary sectors back to record high levels in recent days. Reuters reports that one of the big performers in the quartet of the so-called FANG stocks that have fueled the market’s gains in recent years, Netflix has surged 106.2 percent year-to-date, leading the S&P 500 and making it one of Wall Street’s most closely-watched stocks.

OECD praises Israeli gov't efforts to cut regulation