Stocks: 5 things to know before the open

Stocks: 5 things to know before the open

U.S. economy adds 287,000 jobs in June There’s plenty going on right now in the markets. And in this era of Pokemon Go, you may be feeling that you “gotta catch ’em all.” Read More

Line messaging app set to launch year's biggest tech debut

Line messaging app set to launch year's biggest tech debut

Line: Japan’s most popular messaging app Popular messaging app operator Line is set to launch the year’s biggest tech market debut. On Monday, the company priced its IPO at 3,300 yen apiece, raising 115 billion yen ($1.14 billion). The Japanese firm is offering a total of 35 million new shares — 13 million in Japan → Read More

Here's your guide to Amazon's Prime Day

Here's your guide to Amazon's Prime Day

Amazon announces second annual Prime Day Hold on to your keyboards: One of the biggest days of online shopping is just around the corner. Amazon is holding its second annual Prime Day on Tuesday and the company is promising more than 100,000 deals across nearly all of its categories, including TVs, toys and electronics. Read More

'The Secret Life of Pets' fetches huge box office weekend

'The Secret Life of Pets' fetches huge box office weekend

Kevin Hart wants ‘world domination’ Sit. Stay. Make more than a $100 million at the box office. Good dog! “The Secret Life of Pets” brought in one of the most surprising box offices of the year this weekend, nabbing an estimated $103.2 million at the North American box office. The Universal and Illumination Entertainment animated → Read More

How to make money in this lousy market

How to make money in this lousy market

Three ways to make money this year Being an investor is tricky these days. There’s broad agreement that the stock market is pricey, the economic recovery is long in the tooth and central banks really can’t do much more to prop up growth. Read More

Two reporters detained during Black Lives Matter protest in Rochester

Two reporters detained during Black Lives Matter protest in Rochester

Two reporters from a television station in Rochester, New York were handcuffed and detained while covering a protest there on Friday night, stirring concern among journalists in the area. The reporters were only detained briefly, and the mayor and police chief apologized afterward, according to the station. Still, the incident had echoes of Ferguson, Missouri, → Read More

Carlson v. Ailes case deepens as decades-old harassment claims surface

Carlson v. Ailes case deepens as decades-old harassment claims surface

Roger Ailes fires back at Gretchen Carlson’s lawsuit Lawyers for Gretchen Carlson, who is suing Fox News boss Roger Ailes for sexual harassment, say Ailes is the “Bill Cosby of media.” Ailes’ representatives say Carlson’s attorneys are irresponsible publicity hounds. On Saturday, New York magazine published allegations of inappropriate behavior by Ailes from six other → Read More

Twitter marks “Black Lives Matter” movement with special emoji

Twitter marks “Black Lives Matter” movement with special emoji

Shooting victim’s mom: He was black and in wrong place The Black Lives Matter Twitter emoji is back after a spate of police-involved shootings of black men, which occurred earlier this week. The emoji, which features three clenched fists in varying shades of brown, was brought back on Friday. The decision to feature the emoji → Read More

Pokemon Go leads teen to dead body

Pokemon Go leads teen to dead body

I make six figures playing video games “Pokemon Go” is a wildly popular new smartphone game that has players exploring their real-life neighborhoods. And in rural Wyoming, it led a teenager to discover a dead man’s body in a river. Shayla Wiggins, 19, told CNNMoney on Saturday how it happened. Like so many others, Wiggins → Read More

Lin-Manuel Miranda takes the 'Hamilton' stage one last time

Lin-Manuel Miranda takes the 'Hamilton' stage one last time

Line sitters paid a HamilTON of money to wait for tickets Lin-Manuel Miranda will have to teach himself how to say goodbye as he takes the “Hamilton” stage for the final time Saturday night. The star and creator of the Broadway smash is set to end his run as Alexander Hamilton Saturday. It’s the end → Read More

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