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Washington Post
Get more sleep, Arianna tells Elon. It's not an 'option,' he tells her in 2:30 am tweet.
Washington Post
An apparently overworked, under-rested Elon Musk rejected Arianna Huffington's recent suggestion that he get more sleep — and he did so in a tweet in the middle of the night. The Tesla chief executive told the New York Times last week that he has been ...
Tesla Heads for Longest Slide in a Month Amid Deal-Funding DoubtBloomberg
Elon Musk snapped back at Arianna Huffington's advice to get some more sleep in tweet he sent at 2:30 amBusiness Insider
Tesla stock battered afresh as JP Morgan joins deal doubtersMarketWatch
Slate Magazine -CBS News -New York Times -New York Times
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Bloomberg
Just Another Monday at Tesla
Bloomberg
When Elon Musk decided to spawn the “funding secured” meme, the prospective buyer was expected to pay merely a 20 percent premium for the privilege of owning … a minority, illiquid stake in an unprofitable company. As of Monday morning, the price of ...

Wall Street Journal
Pepsi to Buy SodaStream for $3.2 Billion in Shift to Healthier Drinks
Wall Street Journal
PepsiCo Inc. PEP -0.09% has agreed to buy SodaStream International Ltd. SODA 9.46% for $3.2 billion, the latest move by the beverage-and-food giant to diversify away from sugary sodas and salty snacks. Israel-based SodaStream SODA 9.46% makes ...
SodaStream Comeback and How It Got Busy With the Fizzy AgainBloomberg

The Guardian
Greeks must reap benefits after their sacrifices, says EU's Mosovici - as it happened
The Guardian
Greece has turned the page to become “a normal” member of the single currency, European Union authorities in Brussels declared as the country finally exited its eight-year bailout programm, writes Jennifer Rankin. Its three bailouts during the eurozone ...
The next steps for Greece now its bailout is endingFinancial Times

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CNBC
Trump takes another shot at Fed Chairman Jerome Powell for raising rates
CNBC
President Donald Trump is grousing again about his Federal Reserve chairman, telling political donors that he was hoping for easier monetary policy. Speaking at a fundraiser in the Hamptons on Friday, Trump said he thought Fed Chairman Jerome Powell ...
Trump ramps up criticism of Fed chief Powell's interest-rate policy: reportsMarketWatch
TREASURIES-Yields fall before Fed meeting minutes, Powell speechReuters
Big Questions on Global Economy Hang Over Jackson Hole GatheringBloomberg

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Motley Fool
How Social Security Made Money Last Year
Motley Fool
Just about everyone knows that Social Security is in financial straits. With a demographic rush of Baby Boomers in or approaching retirement, the number of people collecting benefits hits new records regularly. Meanwhile, retirements mean that there ...
my Social Security | Social Security AdministrationSocial Security
Best Inflation Calculator (2018) - Historical & Future Value | SmartAsset.comSmartAsset.com

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Financial Times
Dow, S&P 500's rally supported by gains in energy, materials shares
MarketWatch
U.S. stock-index benchmarks rose midday Monday as a series of deals highlighted optimism about U.S. economic health, and investors remained upbeat that progress would be made toward resolving contentious trade disputes between the U.S. and China.
Stocks rise, lifting the S&P 500 to less than 1% from recordCNBC

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CNNMoney
The bull market is showing signs of old age, but it's not dead yet
CNNMoney
1. Stocks still have room to gain: It's been a bumpy ride for stocks lately, but the bull market that began in March 2009 is about to make history: On Wednesday, it will be 3,453 days old — the longest ever. Barring an absolute meltdown, this bull ...

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Metro
Man, 24, urinates on Japanese passenger during flight to Tokyo
Metro
An American man has been arrested for urinating on another passenger during a trans-pacific flight. The 24-year-old was flying from Chicago to Narita International Airport, in Tokyo, Japan, with All Nippon Airways (ANA) on Friday, August 17. The victim ...

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CNBC
Nike shares rise as retailer is seen taking market share from Adidas, Foot Locker
CNBC
Nike shares climbed Monday after an analyst said the sneaker maker is gaining market share from competitors like Adidas and specialty retailers including Foot Locker and Finish Line. Nike's strategy to trim excess inventory and focus on selling ...
Nike upgraded on 'lean' inventory, direct-to-consumer shiftMarketWatch

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