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Why Markets Are Crazy to Ignore Risks of a Trade…

There are never winners in trade wars, and there is never a good time to launch them.

EU Wants Airbnb To Know That The Rules Are…

The home rental platform could face legal action.

Officer Killed With His Own Gun

A police officer near Boston was killed with his own service weapon Sunday morning, CBS Boston reports. Weymouth Police Department officers were responding to a call about an erratic driver around 7:30am and found a crashed BMW. While searching for the driver, officer Michael Chesna, a married Iraq and...

Trump’s tariffs may lift price of ‘Make America…

FBN’s Liz Claman on the report that President Trump’s “Make America Great Again” hats may rise in price due to the president’s tariffs.

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.

May reveals Trump Brexit advice: Sue the EU…

British Prime Minister Theresa May says President Donald Trump advised her to "sue" the European Union in the negotiations over Britain's exit from the bloc

Here Are Some Countries That Are Easy For…

Here is a list of some countries you may consider moving to. Elizabeth Keatinge has more.

These Companies Are Working on Flying Cars

For both personal and commercial use.

Deadly Nerve Agent May Have Been in Perfume Bottle

The British woman who died last month after being exposed to a nerve agent may have poisoned herself with a spritz from a perfume bottle. Dawn Sturgess' boyfriend also was exposed, and his brother tells the BBC that authorities have identified the source of the toxin Novichok that killed Sturgess...

Why Trump’s summit with Putin was a success

Former Assistant Secretary of State Robert Charles on why he believes President Trump’s summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin was a success.

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.

Kushner tenants: We were pushed out for luxury…

Banging, drilling, dust, rats: Kushner Cos. tenants say relentless construction was used to push them out for luxury condo buyers

Will AT&T Make HBO More Likee Netflix?

Netflix is a place where you can go and binge watch a whole series or watch any movie at your will. Although HBO adapted to this model in some way, it still does things it own way. But with its new owner, AT&T, HBO may see changes to its business model. AT&T executive John Stankey told its employees to prepare to “change direction.” Although what these changes are is unclear, some think HBO may be more like Netflix.

Balancing The Ledger: Polychain Capital's Olaf…

In fact he’s downright excited by the state of the industry

Jeff Bezos' Net Worth Just Hit a Huge Milestone

It's a very happy Prime Day indeed for Jeff Bezos: On Monday morning, the Amazon founder became the richest person in modern history, Bloomberg reports. Bezos, 54, now has a net worth of about $150 billion, $55 billion more than the second-richest person in the world, Bill Gates. Gates was...

Lisa Page has been very cooperative: Rep. Biggs

Rep. Andy Biggs (R-Ariz.) on FBI official Lisa Page’s testimony on Capitol Hill and President Trump’s press conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Goldman Sachs Singles Out Earnings Strategy…

Chris Hondros/Getty Images Options traders are underestimating the volatility that could arise as companies report second-quarter earnings, according to a team of strategists at Goldman Sachs. They're recommending a strategy that's worked consistently every year since 1996: buying out-of-the-money call options five days before earnings announcements and selling one day after. On average in July, realized volatility has typically been greater than the moves initially priced in options markets, which gives traders a seasonal advantage, the strategists said. Traders are underestimating the gains that could be made during this earnings season, according to Goldman Sachs.

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Macy’s New CEO Says “I’m Open to Acquisitions”

Macy's new boss is shaking things up at the 159-year old retailer.

Missouri Bans Controversial Practice, Sets…

Fifteen-year-olds can no longer get married in Missouri. The state had long been the most lenient in the US when it came to child marriage: About half the states have no minimum age requirement for marriage, but Missouri was the only state in which just one parent's signature—and no...