Monday, 03 August 2015  
Greek stocks bashed at restart, China woes go on for commodities

LONDON (Reuters) - The Greek stock market slumped when it reopened on Monday after being shut down for five weeks, while weak data from China helped push oil prices to their lowest in six months and Asian stocks close to their 2015 lows.

Suspect Sought in Memphis Officer's Death

Memphis police are searching for the man suspected of shooting dead a police officer on Saturday night. Tremaine Wilbourn is described as armed and dangerous. (Aug. 3)


Man Dies After Shootout With WV Police

Police say an officer fatally shot a man in a Charleston, West Virginia, suburb after the man fired a gun at him. The officer was not wounded in the shooting on Saturday night. (Aug. 3)


Ferguson Spurs Dozens of New State Measures
Detroit's Chaldean chapter coming to a close
Today in History for August 3rd
Wounded Marine completes hand-biking trip across USA
Suspect named in fatal shooting of Memphis cop
Firefighting planes help battle California blazes
Police identify suspect in Memphis officer's killing
Jessica Alba's Honest company under fire over sunscreen
Sunday morning explosions at 2 N.M. churches stun congregants
Tableau's Drubbing: A Case Of Hot Money Getting Too Hot

The stock market's violent reaction to Tableau Software's second-quarter earnings last week gives meat to the idea that there are companies and then there are the companies' stocks. And one may not have much to do with the other.


Now 60% Chance Of A Government Shutdown
Crowdsourcing: Your Key To A More Effective, Engaged Organization?
You're Not Watching the Best Game Sports is Playing
Foxconn, Alibaba, SoftBank To Invest In India's Second Largest E-commerce Firm, Snapdeal
The TPP, The WTO, The 21st Century Global Trade Mess And The Poverty of Nations
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