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Parents Pay for Little League Sports Recaps Written by Computers
Each sports season keeps Barbie Nonte of Aurora, Illinois, busy as she tries to follow the games of her three children. Luckily, she has found a way to follow the kids' games even during those times when she can't be in multiple places at once. Just as fans of professional sports teams can read
Dow Plummets Amid Global Sell-Off, Falls 1,000 Points After Opening Bell
The Dow fell about 1,000 points at the opening bell today amid a global sell-off and after a roller-coaster ride throughout the day, was down more than 588 points at the closing bell, down more than 3.58 percent, it's worse day in four years. The Dow Jones industrial average fell more than 1,000
What You Should Know About Your 401(k) Amid Global Stock Sell-Off
When a global sell-off like that of today's causes you to swear off the markets for good, experts first advise the average investor not to panic. Today, the Dow Jones industrial average fell more than 1,000 points at the opening bell, following worries that news of a slowdown in China may affect
Apple Boosted by Bullish Analyst Call
Credit Suisse: iPhone sales, share buybacks to lift Apple shares this year.
Michael Kors Shares Slashed
I'm Michelle Franzen in new York at the financial markets close on Wall Street for Tuesday January 6. This is story stock. Michael cores shares of the American sportswear company slashed on Wall Street today by nearly 8%. After Credit Suisse analyst downgraded the stock. Over concerns of increased
Will People Wear the Apple Watch?
Apple looks to revolutionize the smart watch business with new product line.
McDonald's, Coca-Cola Come Up Short
Morning Money Memo: ABC News’ John Kapetaneas reports: McDonald’s and Coca-Cola both missed analysts estimates this quarter, with McDonald’s posting a 1 percent drop in profits while Coke saw a nearly 3 percent decline in revenues. The fast-food and soda maker stood in contrast with...
French Bank Comes Clean
Okay. It is Monday June 23 markets a new Yorker open at today's big number nine billion dollars that. how much the French banking giant B&B Aramis will pay US authorities great Wall Street Journal. Also an investigation at the bank hid billions in transactions that violated. US sanctions. I'm Dan
Chipotle Takes Guns Off Its Menu
Morning Money Memo… Chipotle is asking customers not to bring guns into its stores. The Denver-based company has traditionally complied with local laws. But the re-think came after Chipotle says gun rights advocates recently brought military-style assault rifles into one of its restaurants. “The ...
America's Money: Burger King's New Slogan
Also in this morning's business news: Credit Suisse admits guilt; yogurt added to Happy Meals.