How Disneyland changed travel—and America
August 14, 2018

From shopping malls to public transportation, the iconic theme park has done more than popularize Mickey Mouse.

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Here’s how the recession may have cost you $70,000 in lifetime income

The U.S. economy has still not fully recovered from the recession a decade ago, a new study says, and because of it the average American will miss out on about $70,000 in lifetime income.

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The Wall Street Journal: Coca-Cola invests in BodyArmor as it chases Gatorade

Coca-Cola Co. is buying a stake in BodyArmor, the sports drink startup backed by Kobe Bryant and other athletes, marking the latest attempt by the beverage giant to break Gatorade’s lock on the sports market.

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EpiPen shortage could turn into crisis as back-to-school season hits

Parents say it’s already hard to find an EpiPen for their allergic child to take to school.

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Electronic Arts Chief Design Officer Patrick Soderlund to leave co.

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Nvidia officially announces first products with new Turing graphics technology

Nvidia Corp. announces its long-awaited new generation of graphics technology more than a week earlier than many had expected late Monday, upgrading from its Pascal architecture first released in 2016.

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Called to Account: SEC will still have many questions for Tesla and Musk say experts

Elon Musk may have thought he was clearing things up, but likely added to his problems with the Securities and Exchange Commission instead, says one legal expert, after Musk posted to Tesla’s blog on Monday.

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Coach and Kate Spade parent Tapestry up 6% in premarket trading

Coach and Kate Spade parent Tapestry up 6% in premarket trading
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Need to Know: The stocks that look ripe for buying after a Turkish trouncing — and those to avoid

As Turkey’s lira stabilizes somewhat and stocks worldwide rally in response, add exposure to international equities and lower exposure to U.S. equities, says our call of the day.

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This new credit card offers 4% back on dining, but is it a good deal?

The new Capital One Savor will offer 4% on dining and entertainment

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