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Asian stocks decline

Asian stocks fall to three-week lows as a deepening rout in Chinese stocks erases risk appetite. ||| Hong Kong - Asian stocks fell to three-week lows on Tuesday as a deepening rout in Chinese stocks erased risk appetite - sending investors flocking to safe-haven instruments such as government bonds and the Japanese yen. Show More Summary

Dow hits lowest level since February

Dow Jones industrial average finishes at lowest level since February, while S&P 500 chalks up five-session losing streak for the first time since January. ||| New York - Wall Street sank on Monday, with the Nasdaq losing almost 1 percent...Show More Summary

Joe Wright of 'Pan' explains why the world needs Neverland

Right now the entertainment world is awash with fantasy stories and fairy tales. Disney is seemingly on a hard mission to turn all of its past animated features into live-action pictures like "Maleficent," "Cinderella" and the soon to be "Beauty and the Beast." So it's no wonder that the boy who...

South Los Angeles shootings

Thursday 1 9:40 p.m: 2 boys and a woman were struck by gunfire. Friday 2 2 a.m: A gang member was shot. Saturday 3 4 p.m: A man was shot and killed in a car-to-car shooting. 4 5 p.m: A man was shot and wounded as he sat in a car. 5 9:38 p.m: Two men and a woman were shot and wounded by a man who...

Can American Apparel Afford to Keep Making Clothes in the U.S.?

Paula Schneider, the new C.E.O. of American Apparel, the largest apparel manufacturer in the United States, is in a difficult position. The company is carrying hundreds of millions of dollars in debt, and its stock price and sales are dropping. Show More Summary

Deals That Win

by J. Neely, John Jullens, and Joerg Krings In May 2015, industrial conglomerate Danaher agreed to buy the Pall Corporation, a maker of biopharmaceutical and medical products, for US$14 billion. Although it was far from the biggest deal of 2015 — plenty have dwarfed it — Danaher–Pall attracted a lot of attention from those who [...]

Hillary Clinton's plan to combat climate change with half-a-billion solar panels

Democratic US presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has put tackling climate change central to her campaign so far, with renewable energy front and centre.

Verizon and Vice Media Inc. Announce a New Content Partnership

A deal between Verizon and independent digital content network Vice Media Inc. demonstrates the growing importance of the mobile video market. The telecom and the digital content producer have signed an agreement to provide material for Verizon's upcoming mobile video platform.

The Hidden Power of IoT Data Can Help You Topple Your Competitors

Every technology involved in the Internet of Things (IoT) is collecting data of some type. All that data doesn't favor the big players. Small businesses can use IoT data to their benefit. Read the full article at MarketingProfs

Tuesday Watch

Evening Headlin es Bloomberg: China Stocks Extend Rout as Traders Lose Faith in State Support. Chinese stocks fell, extending the biggest one-day loss since 2007, as concern grew unprecedented government intervention will fail to shore up equities. Show More Summary

Girls' tennis: Abby Siracusa, Jourdan Wallace win doubles title

Junior Abby Siracusa of La Salle and sophomore Jourdan Wallace of Pasadena are getting pretty good playing together in doubles.

Jerry Seinfeld Has A Genius Stress-Relief Method

Jerry Seinfeld, in his prime and still today, is a comedic genius. We all know that, whether or not our worldviews or personal narratives want us to admit it. That said, Seinfeld is also a genius when it comes to … More » Jerry Seinfeld...Show More Summary

Seven Summits Pioneer, Snowbird Founder Dick Bass Dead At 85

Snowbird Ski And Summer Resort founder Dick Bass, known for being the first person to stand atop the highest peak on all seven continents, passed today at the age of 85. The cause of death was reported as pulmonary fibrosis. When the wealthy Texas businessman climbed to the summit of Mt. [...]

Nike is giving partial refunds for Fuelband owners after a lawsuit alleged the wearables aren't accurate

NEW YORK (AP) — Nike will give partial refunds or gift cards to people who bought FuelBand fitness trackers in the last 3 1/2 years, resolving a lawsuit that says the products can't accurately tally how many steps a user is taking or...Show More Summary

France Plans to Quadruple Carbon Tax

After a year of parliamentary debates the French Parliament adopted an Energy Transition for Green Growth plan on Wednesday the 22nd of July. As part of this plan the carbon tax will almost quadruple for the current rate of €14.5/tCO2 to €56 by 2020 and increase to €100/tCO2 by 2030. Show More Summary

Productivity Hack: Work More Efficiently by Batching Your Time

Ever heard of time batching? This productivity hack can help you work more efficiently -- which leaves time for more fun after the work is done. The post Productivity Hack: Work More Efficiently by Batching Your Time appeared first on Brazen Life.

10 Tips for Making a Good First Impression: Read This Before Starting Your New Job

Your first few days at your new job can make a big difference for your workplace reputation down the line. Before you pick out what to wear on your first day, check these tips to learn how to make a good first impression. The post 10 Tips for Making a Good First Impression: Read This Before Starting Your New Job appeared first on Brazen Life.

How to Get Ahead at Work: 7 Unconventional Career Moves

Take all the tired career advice you’ve heard and throw it away. Here’s how to get ahead at work by forging your own career path. The post How to Get Ahead at Work: 7 Unconventional Career Moves appeared first on Brazen Life.

Why Avoiding Your Boss Is a Terrible Career Move

Think you need to search far and wide for networking connections? Forget happy hours and conferences. Here’s how to talk with your boss to build a positive connection. The post Why Avoiding Your Boss Is a Terrible Career Move appeared first on Brazen Life.

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