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Starbucks says it's making a long-term investment in China, amid worries that growth from its dominant U.S. market is cooling. Samantha Vadas reports.
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Technology and transportation shares dragged the S&P 500 lower Thursday. Amazon shares dropped in after-hours trading. Fred Katayama reports.
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A pop in Amazon's stock on Thursday morning made the company's president and CEO Jeff Bezos the richest man on Earth, according to Forbes. Fred Katayama reports.
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The iconic marijuana magazine is set to launch an initial public offering as the pot industry booms. Jonah Green reports.
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A virtual reality playground opens up in New York City for those brave enough to try it. Havovi Cooper reports.
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Twitter shares plunged after the microblogging company disappointed investors with stagnant monthly active user growth in the second quarter. Fred Katayama reports.
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Five years after the London Olympics, the Games' legacy is off-track for locals priced out by rocketing property prices. Laura Frykberg reports.
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As Russia prepares for the possibility of new sanctions from the U.S., it's not the only economy bracing for the possible impact. As Kate King reports, business groups in Germany, for one, believe they could harm some European firms.
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VW expects revenue to beat last year's record by even more than previously expected and will make no further provisions for dieselgate costs. But as Europe's largest automaker emerges from one scandal, pressure is building on its supervisory boa
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The U.S.' largest wireless carrier surprised Wall Street by adding 614,000 subscribers in the latest quarter. Fred Katayama reports.
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Samsung, the world's biggest maker of memory chips, smartphones and TVs could be set to smash its annual profit record after better-than-forecast Q2 numbers. Kate King reports.
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The worst-ever single day drop in AstraZeneca shares dominates early trading on Europe's bourses, while Deutsche Bank lowers its outlook. But, as David Pollard reports, the first results from big oil surprise to the upside.