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Dow, S&P 500 hit record highs on greater risk tolerance
NEW YORK The U.S. S&P 500 and Dow Jones industrial average stock indexes set record intraday highs on Tuesday after reduced global political tensions and upbeat corporate results from Alcoa boosted risk appetite, while European shares also rallied.
Dow Industrials Set New Intraday High  Wall Street Journal
Stocks Rising in Midday Trading as Dow Hits Record High  New York Times
U.S. News & World Report  
Your Starbucks Coffee Is Getting Pricier Today
Blame pricier beans. It's becoming a summer ritual for Starbucks SBUX 0.60% : price hikes on many of its most popular drinks. The café giant on Tuesday raised the price of some items as much as 30 cents as it contends with rising coffee costs.
Starbucks price increase: How much more will your coffee cost today?
It's official: Starbucks raises prices for some of its drinks  USA TODAY
Some of the best — and strangest — deals on Amazon's Prime Day sale
The sun was barely up on the East Coast, and Amazon shoppers were already snagging deals, including more than 18,000 headphones, and poking fun at some of the discounts available for the online retailer's Prime Day.
Demand for Amazon Prime Day deals leads to checkout issues for shoppers  TechCrunch
Amazon Hit with Checkout Problems on Prime Day  Fortune
Tesla Has No Plans to Disable Autopilot Feature in Its Cars
Tesla Motors Inc. Chief Executive Elon Musk has no plans to disable the company's Autopilot function in the wake of a May crash of a Model S electric car using the technology, and the auto maker instead plans to redouble efforts to educate customers on ...
Tesla Tweets and Bank Crimes  Bloomberg
Will the Feds Bust Tesla Motors for Securities-Law Violations?  Motley Fool
Toll bridge to link I-80 to CenterPoint transportation hub
Heavy truck traffic to and from the CenterPoint Intermodal Center has taxed area roads and rattled residents, but officials expect the new toll bridge project will provide relief.
Joliet commercial facility gets its own toll road  Illinois News Network
Rauner announces toll bridge plan for CenterPoint complex  Crain's Chicago Business (blog)
Starbucks announces higher pay, other worker perks; might one be purple hair?
Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz says the upcoming pay raise is a move to keep the company “a retail employer of choice.” Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz says the upcoming pay raise is a move to keep the company “a retail employer of choice.
Starbucks to increase base pay of workers in October  Fort Worth Star Telegram
Starbucks to sweeten pay  The Mercury News
Early movers: SBUX, AMC, FAST, ORCL, TSLA, UAL & more
Starbucks - The coffee chain will boost prices on selected coffee beverages at company-operated U.S. stores, effective today. Starbucks said certain sizes of brewed coffee will see increases of 10 cents to 20 cents per cup.
AMC to Buy Europe's Odeon & UCI in Deal Helped by Weaker British Pound  Wall Street Journal
Odeon & UCI cinemas sold to China-owned firm  BBC News
JP Morgan to Raise Pay for Lower-Tier Employees, CEO Dimon Says
J.P. Morgan Chase JPM 1.57 % & Co. tellers are getting raises. James Dimon, chief executive of the nation's largest bank by assets, announced the firm will boost pay for 18,000 of its lower-tier employees over the next three years at a time when those ...
Too-Big-to-Fail's Minimum Wage  Bloomberg
JP Morgan's Jamie Dimon: We're Raising Wages Because The Labour ...  Forbes
Venezuelan President Puts Armed Forces in Charge of New Food Supply System
CARACAS - Venezuela's President Nicolás Maduro put the armed forces in charge of a new food supply system aimed at alleviating crippling shortages, ceding yet more power to a military apparatus that is already involved in everything from banking to ...
Venezuela Leans on Military to Combat Food Shortages  New York Times
Venezuela Bonds: Go Long, Assume Maduro Will Leave?  Barron's (blog)
Hiring, Openings Cool in Labor Market's Miserable May
Job openings fell to a five-month low and hiring dropped to an 18-month low in May. By Andrew Soergel | Staff Writer July 12, 2016, at 12:17 p.m.. MORE. LinkedIn · StumbleUpon · Google +; Cancel. Hiring, Openings Cool in Labor Market's Miserable May.
Opinion: Why Howard Schultz and Jamie Dimon decided to lift worker pay  MarketWatch
Job openings slip in May  CNBC