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Weekend Brunch: Snapchat, Martha Stewart's drones, and Tinder

Lizzie O'Leary | Aug 1, 2014
Kevin Roose of NY Mag and Shannon Bond from FT look back on the week's news.
Dow Jones plunges

Argentina defaults

Lizzie O'Leary | Aug 1, 2014
Talks broke down between Argentina and some of its bondholders, triggering default. Tim Fernholz, reporter for Quartz, explains.
Posted In: Argentina, debt, default, News
Ford

Automakers could sell 16 million cars this year. What?

Stacey Vanek Smith | Aug 1, 2014
That's the biggest auto sales number in eight years.
Posted In: car sales, cars, Chrysler, Ford

Everything in this store is made out of felt

David Gura | Aug 1, 2014
Because who doesn't need a dose of felt Prozac every now and again?
Procter & Gamble

Procter & Gamble shaves off a few brands

Sally Herships | Aug 1, 2014
Procter & Gamble says it's getting rid of as many as 100 more brands.
Posted In: brands, Procter & Gamble
Jobs

More jobs, but wages stay flat

Krissy Clark | Aug 1, 2014
More Americans are working, but average wages aren't keeping up with inflation.

Why Honda is the most innovative car company on Earth

Kai Ryssdal | Aug 1, 2014
Jeffrey Rothfeder explored the car-maker's culture in his new book "Driving Honda"

Wall Street sees an opportunity in baby boomers

Mark Garrison | Aug 1, 2014
Boomers are targets for financial advisers eager for a slice of their retirement.

Photographing the wage gap over time

David Gura | Aug 1, 2014
Jim Goldberg compares two economic classes through his collection of photographs.

The next generation to get corporate attention

Mark Garrison | Aug 1, 2014
It used to be all about Generation Y. Now, meet Generation Z.

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