Mark Zuckerberg's spectacular failure of leadership shows why some Facebook investors are desperate to fire him

  1. Mark Zuckerberg’s spectacular failure of leadership shows why some Facebook investors are desperate to fire him  Business Insider
  2. Delay, Deny and Deflect: How Facebook’s Leaders Fought Through Crisis  New York Times
  3. Why Facebook’s dirty deeds should surprise no one  The Week Magazine
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Asia stocks soar on hopes of a US-China deal. Are investors jumping the gun?

  1. Asia stocks soar on hopes of a US-China deal. Are investors jumping the gun?  CNN
  2. Hong Kong surges more than 4%, Shanghai up more than 2.5% amid trade talk hopes  CNBC
  3. Trump, Xi upbeat on US-China trade; US targets more Chinese firms  Yahoo News
  4. Time to change dangerous dynamic of past months  Chinadaily USA
  5. Opinion: Trump is right on trade  MarketWatch
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Investors bristle as Apple's iPhone data goes the way of its headphone jacks

  1. Investors bristle as Apple’s iPhone data goes the way of its headphone jacks  Reuters
  2. Apple Raises Prices, and Profits Keep Booming  New York Times
  3. Apple’s sky high prices are here to stay  Mashable
  4. Opinion: When the going gets tough, Apple hides its numbers  MarketWatch
  5. Apple hints at lackluster holiday as iPhone sales disappoint  CNET
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As investors chase pot stocks rally, some show caution: 'This is just stupid time'

  1. As investors chase pot stocks rally, some show caution: ‘This is just stupid time’  CNBC
  2. Pot Stock Tilray Is Now Bigger Than American Air, Clorox, CBS  Bloomberg
  3. It’s Time for a Reality Check About Tilray  Motley Fool
  4. Investing in cannabis is ‘a great hedge’ for alcohol and drug companies, CEO of medical marijuana play Tilray says  CNBC
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Wall Street bounces back as investors shrug off trade tensions

Wall Street bounces back as investors shrug off trade tensionsBy Stephen Culp NEW YORK (Reuters) – Wall Street rebounded on Tuesday in a broad-based rally as investors brushed aside intensifying trade rhetoric between the United States and China. All three major U.S. indexes closed higher following Monday’s sell-off. Late Monday, U.S. President Donald Trump announced that 10 percent tariffs on $200 billion in imports from China would go into effect next week, escalating the tit-for-tat trade spat between the world’s two largest economies. China responded on Tuesday by unveiling 10 percent tariffs on about $60 billion of U.S. goods effective Sept. 24. …


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Breakingviews – Investors can ignore glimmers of China trade hope

  1. Breakingviews – Investors can ignore glimmers of China trade hope  Reuters
  2. Apple Watch, AirPods will be spared from latest China tariffs  CNBC
  3. Donald Trump’s new China tariffs will ultimately hurt Americans: Today’s talker  USA TODAY
  4. Buying a car before December 31 will save you money  Detroit Free Press
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Musk's defiant, rebel CEO persona is putting his company and its investors at risk, say management experts

  1. Musk’s defiant, rebel CEO persona is putting his company and its investors at risk, say management experts  CNBC
  2. Forget the stock. Tesla’s bonds are imploding  CNNMoney
  3. 1 Big Takeaway From That Really Weird Elon Musk Podcast Interview  Inc.com
  4. Elon Musk’s unfiltered behaviour makes Wall Street uncomfortable  Toronto Star
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