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Stocks Slide as Trump Kicks Off Trade War
Asian stocks on Friday extended the slide seen in the U.S. and Europe after the Trump administration launched a trade broadside against China.
Dow closes down more than 700 points on fear of US-China trade war  Washington Post
Could Bitcoin And Gold Benefit From Weakness In The Stock Market?  Forbes
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Toys 'R' Us Founder Charles Lazarus Dies at 94
Charles Lazarus, who combined supermarket-style service with touches of whimsy in creating Toys “R” Us Inc., a retail success that fought high debt and fierce competition and finally succumbed just last week, has died.
Toys R Us liquidation sale delayed at least until Friday  USA TODAY
Toys R Us founder dies days after chain announced it will shut down  Los Angeles Times
DOJ and AT&T Clash Over Impact on Consumers of a Time Warner Deal
Randall Stephenson, chairman and chief executive of AT&T Inc., right, arriving at federal court in Washington, D.C., Thursday, where the Justice Department is seeking to block the proposed $85 billion combination of AT&T and Time Warner Inc. Photo ...
Government and AT&T face off in opening of major antitrust case  CNNMoney
If You Love High TV Bills, This is the Merger for You  New York Times
Micron bets that memory demand is here to stay
Micron Technology Inc. memory chips have been in greater demand amid a data-center build out and introduction of new technologies.
Micron CEO Mehrotra Won't Say What Comes After the Letter Z  Barron's
Micron Gives Forecast That Disappoints After Big Stock Surge  Bloomberg
Dropbox Closes Gap to Private Value With Above-Range IPO Pricing
Dropbox Inc.'s initial public offering could help clear one roadblock to more Silicon Valley companies going public: Their own lofty private valuations.
How Sequoia's $2 billion Dropbox win became as big as it is  Recode
Dropbox Prices IPO Above Range, Marking Strong Demand  Wall Street Journal
Citigroup will stop doing business with companies that allow certain gun sales ...
Michael Corbat announced Citi would take a firmer stance on firearm sales. Larry French/AP. C Citigroup. 70.31 -3.01 (-4.10 %). Disclaimer Get real-time C charts here �.
Citigroup restricts gun sales by business customers  CNNMoney
Citigroup restricts some gun sales by its business customers  The Boston Globe
Nike Has 'Deep Leadership Bench,' CEO Says After Shakeup
Nike CEO Mark Parker speaking during a launch event in New York in 2016. Photo: Brendan McDermid/Reuters. By. Sara Germano. Sara Germano.
Nike chairman Mark Parker sheds little light on executive shakeup  USA TODAY
Nike posts quarterly loss, forecasts turnaround in North American sales  Portland Business Journal
Dad kicked off flight with baby deemed too young to fly
A good Samaritan took a stranded man and his 4-day-old daughter into her Arizona home because Frontier Airlines officials said the infant was too young to fly, according to a new report.
Skateboarder Claims He Was Kicked Off Flight for His Gun-Themed Hoodie  Newsweek
Frontier Airlines kicked off professional skateboarder because of his shirt ...  Fox News
Steve Wynn Cuts Ties, Cashes Out Of His Casino Firm Wynn Resorts
Las Vegas legend Steve Wynn unloaded his entire stake in Wynn Resorts in just two days. The move came less than two months after he resigned from the casino giant amid accusations of sexual misconduct.
Steve Wynn sells stake in company he founded, Macau casino Galaxy buys in  Nasdaq
Steve Wynn Sells Remaining Shares; Galaxy Gets 5% Stake  Bloomberg
These Are the Farm Commodities China May Target in Trade Dispute
Now that President Donald Trump has announced punitive tariffs on Chinese goods, attention has switched to possible retaliatory measures.
China Unveils Retaliatory Tariffs on $3 Billion Worth of US Goods  Wall Street Journal
Market Overreacts: China 'Tariff' Not Really A Tariff  Forbes