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Thursday, July 28, 2016

A third of this city's inhabitants are millionaires

One in three people living in Monaco is now a millionaire, a new research shows.

Published 11:56 AM

News anchor quits to drive for Lyft

Anthony Ponce was a reporter and weekend anchor at WMAQ in Chicago. After being passed up for a promotion, he left to drive for Lyft and host an interview-style podcast with the passengers, called Backseat Rider.

Published 11:48 AM

Next hot spot for shale drilling? Argentina

Argentina has exceptional hydrocarbon reserves, but politics has greatly affected its development.

Published 11:27 AM

'Sesame Street' vets axed, actor says

Published 11:24 AM

This startup wants to prevent another Flint water crisis

CDx has developed a handheld analyzer that allows you to test drinking water for toxic chemicals, air for pollution levels and fruits and vegetables for pesticides.

Published 11:03 AM

Trump urges viewers to skip Clinton speech as Democrats rack up ratings wins

For the third straight night, the Democratic convention appears to have topped its Republican counterpart in the ratings; now Donald Trump's campaign is telling supporters not to watch.

Published 10:58 AM

Obama, Biden, Kaine at the DNC in 90 seconds

Vice President Joe Biden, Sen. Tim Kaine and President Barack Obama all gave full-throated support for Hillary Clinton on the 3rd night of the DNC.

Published 10:57 AM

Algeria plans to boost oil output by 30%

Algeria has increased its oil output at the Hassi Messaoud and Ourhoud oil fields over the last few months in an effort to compensate for lost revenue.

Published 10:55 AM

Elon Musk's push for autopilot unnerves some Tesla employees

Even before Tesla reported the first known death of a driver using its autopilot feature, some employees worried the car company wasn't taking every possible precaution.

Published 10:19 AM

Ford's darkest day in 5 years

Ford stock plunged 8% on Thursday as the auto maker warned of a growing list of global risks and signaled a slowdown for the previously-roaring American market.

Published 9:50 AM

J.K. Rowling slams website for using her image in sales pitch

"I hate this kind of thing," tweets Rowling, about workshop that promises best seller success for $4,997.

Published 9:14 AM

How Uber punishes drivers who refuse to use UberPool

Drivers can't stand UberPool. But Uber cleverly nudges them to use the service.

Published 8:42 AM

Why restaurant recession fears are on the rise

Americans are growing more hesitant to eat out. Whether the slowdown is being driven by rising prices, slowing job growth or even terrorism, some believe it could be the start of a painful restaurant recession.

Published 8:18 AM

Boeing could kill production of its iconic 747 jumbo jet

Boeing has warned that it could stop producing its legendary 747 planes if orders do not pick up after years of slow sales.

Published 7:33 AM

Studio behind James Bond to be sold for $425 million

Pinewood Group, which helped produce all your favorite James Bond and Harry Potter films, is preparing for a buyout.

Published 7:15 AM

Chinese firm buys big stake in auction house Sotheby's

Taikang Life, one of China's biggest insurers, has built up a stake in Sotheby's, becoming the auction house's largest shareholder.

Published 6:15 AM

Stocks: 4 things to know before the open

Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day.

Published 4:57 AM

Home prices have finally recovered from the housing crash

The median home price is now sitting at a record high of $231,000, according to a new report from ATTOM Data Solutions.

Published 12:01 AM