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Helio Castroneves says he still wants another shot at 4th Indy 500 win after crashing

Helio Castroneves doesn’t want 2018 to be his final Indianapolis 500. A three-time winner of the Indy 500, Castroneves crashed out of Sunday’s race while running in the top five on lap 146.

  • Business
    CNBC

    Suze Orman shares the biggest money mistake that almost everyone makes

    No matter what your main financial goal is — a house , early retirement or just getting out of debt — odds are you'd like to boost your income. As Suze Orman , financial expert and former CNBC host, told the audience at the 2017 eMerge Americas conference, "The biggest problem is when you do make it big and you don't know what to do with your money. Because then, what happens is some financial advisor is going to come by and give you a slick presentation , they're going to give you an elevator speech and a pitch, and you're going to take it.

  • Musk Says Tesla Hit With ‘Extensive’ Sabotage by Rogue Employee
    Finance
    Bloomberg

    Musk Says Tesla Hit With ‘Extensive’ Sabotage by Rogue Employee

    A disgruntled Tesla Inc. employee broke into the company’s manufacturing operating system and sent highly sensitive data to unknown third parties, according to an email Elon Musk sent to staff. The worker, who had been denied a promotion, did “quite extensive and damaging sabotage” to Tesla’s operations, Musk wrote in the memo late Sunday, which was reported in full by CNBC. Tesla is conducting an in-depth investigation into the matter, including whether the employee was acting alone, with others at the company or with any outside organizations, Musk wrote.

  • Mount Everest, the high-altitude rubbish dump
    World
    AFP

    Mount Everest, the high-altitude rubbish dump

    Decades of commercial mountaineering have turned Mount Everest into the world's highest rubbish dump as an increasing number of big-spending climbers pay little attention to the ugly footprint they leave behind. "It is disgusting, an eyesore," Pemba Dorje Sherpa, who has summited Everest 18 times, told AFP. As the number of climbers on the mountain has soared -- at least 600 people have scaled the world's highest peak so far this year alone -- the problem has worsened.

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    Fortune

    Why AMD’s Stock Price Is Soaring and Intel’s Is Falling Hard

    Shares of surging chipmaker Advanced Micro Devices jumped another 6% at midday on Monday to $17.34, its highest price in more than 11 years, on predictions that the company is gaining serious ground on rival in the notebook and server computer markets. AMD’s share price has surged almost 80% in the past two months. Meanwhile, rival Intel’s price dropped 4% to as low as $52.34 in midday trading on Monday, though it is still up 16% so far this year.

  • This Retired Astronaut Says SpaceX and NASA Rockets 'Will Never Go to Mars'
    Science
    Fortune

    This Retired Astronaut Says SpaceX and NASA Rockets 'Will Never Go to Mars'

    A retired astronaut predicts that rockets developed by SpaceX, NASA, and Blue Origin won’t succeed in landing human beings on Mars — not because the technology won’t work, but because the safety risks are too great. Chris Hadfield, who retired in 2013 from the Canadian Space Agency, told Business Insider he thinks the likelihood of regular missions to Mars with humans is unlikely. Hadfield took three trips into space between 1995 and 2013.

  • 3 Top Bank Stocks to Buy Right Now
    Business
    Motley Fool

    3 Top Bank Stocks to Buy Right Now

    The financial sector has been one of the best-performing areas of the market over the past few years, but there's reason to believe that the group could continue to outperform. Here's why these financial sector specialists think Bank of America (NYSE: BAC), Wells Fargo (NYSE: WFC), and Goldman Sachs (NYSE: GS) could be smart buys right now. Matt Frankel (Bank of America): Bank of America has been one of the best-performing stocks in a hot financial sector, nearly tripling since early 2016.

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    Forbes

    5 Blue Chip Dividends In Serious Danger

    Shutterstock Lazy financial writers like to say that higher bond yields will hurt dividend stocks. This blanket statement may sound reasonable, but it’ll cost you money if you take it at face value. Pundits have called sleepy dividend stocks like General

  • Disney's ‘Incredibles 2’ smashes record; Nvidia gets a bullish call; Intel sinks on downgrade
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    Yahoo Finance Video

    Disney's ‘Incredibles 2’ smashes record; Nvidia gets a bullish call; Intel sinks on downgrade

    Yahoo Finance’s Seana Smith on the stocks making headlines in intraday trading Monday.

  • Business
    Benzinga

    Kinder Morgan Is A Buy After Pipeline Sale To Canadian Government, Wells Fargo Says In Upgrade

    Kinder Morgan's transaction with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's government not only removes the ongoing overhang of uncertainty in Canada but improves its balance sheet and leverage, Blum said in the upgrade note.

  • A Texas Sheriff's Deputy Sexually Assaulted a 4-Year-Old and Threatened to Deport Her Mother, Police Say
    News
    Time

    A Texas Sheriff's Deputy Sexually Assaulted a 4-Year-Old and Threatened to Deport Her Mother, Police Say

    Bexar County Sheriff Javier Salazar said Sunday that investigators arrested 47-year-old Jose Nunez on suspicion of super aggravated sexual assault of a child, pending formal charges. “The details of the case are quite frankly heartbreaking, disturbing, disgusting and infuriating all at the same time,” Salazar said. Nunez, a 10-year veteran of the Bexar County Sheriff’s Office who worked at the county jail, was being held at the facility Monday on a $75,000 bond, according to the jail.

  • Trump’s approval rating has fallen in every state, but not as much in the South
    Politics
    Quartz

    Trump’s approval rating has fallen in every state, but not as much in the South

    Donald Trump is less popular than when he was elected. According to surveys conducted by Morning Consult, in every US state, Donald Trump’s net approval rating in May 2018—the share of people who approve of the job he is doing minus those that disapprove—was down from when he entered office.

  • Intel Stock Downgraded: What You Need to Know
    Business
    Motley Fool

    Intel Stock Downgraded: What You Need to Know

    2018 has been kind to Intel Corporation (NASDAQ: INTC), sending the chip giant's stock up 23% in less than six months, and bringing it to a 55% gain over the last 12 months. Given Intel's strong performance, and its outperformance of archrival Advanced Micro Devices (NASDAQ: AMD), investors might be tempted to sit on their laurels -- and their Intel stock. Citing several challenges to Intel's valuation in the near term, Northland is downgrading the stock to underperform.

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    TheStreet.com

    Four Stocks Poised for Big Gains: Cramer's 'Off the Charts'

    With a stock market that's been picking up steam for quite some time, finding reasonable places to invest is challenging. Moreno has several picks he feels are ready to move higher, starting with United States Steel Corp. The steelmaker's stock has been trading sideways despite President Trump's imposition of steel tariffs on imports.

  • Why Micron (MU) Stock Is a Strong Buy Ahead of Earnings
    Finance
    Zacks

    Why Micron (MU) Stock Is a Strong Buy Ahead of Earnings

    Shares of Wall Street superstar Micron MU opened slightly lower on Monday, just two days before the company is set to release its third-quarter fiscal 2018 financial results. J.P. Morgan JPM analysts reiterated their overweight rating for Micron stock on Monday, pointing directly to strong demand for memory in the cloud computing market. The banking power’s Micron update comes just a few weeks after Micron announced that it is set to produce and ship the “industry's first 4bits/cell 3D NAND technology” along with Intel INTC.

  • Musk emails employees about 'extensive and damaging sabot...
    Business
    CNBC Videos

    Musk emails employees about 'extensive and damaging sabot...

    CNBC’s Phil LeBeau reports on an email from Elon Musk obtained by CNBC about a fire Sunday night at the electric car company’s Fremont, California factory.

  • Trade Commission partially sides with Qualcomm in high-stakes Apple lawsuit
    Business
    American City Business Journals

    Trade Commission partially sides with Qualcomm in high-stakes Apple lawsuit

    Cupertino-based Apple Inc. is selling iPhones in the U.S. that infringe on at least one of Qualcomm’s patents, according to the U.S. International Trade Commission, in court testimony late last week. On Friday, Apple and Qualcomm made opening statements in the case. Qualcomm claims Apple infringed on three of the company’s patents when it began selling iPhones with modem chips from rival chipmaker Intel Corp. The ITC investigated the claim and found Apple infringed on a single patent involving battery-saving technology.

  • Dow Jones Futures Fall: These Five Chip Stocks Are Near Buy Points
    Finance
    Investor's Business Daily

    Dow Jones Futures Fall: These Five Chip Stocks Are Near Buy Points

    Dow Jones futures fell early Monday, along with S&P 500 futures and Nasdaq futures as Asian markets and crude futures retreated. Five notable chip stocks are near buy points: Micron Technology (MU), Texas Instruments (TXN), Broadcom (AVGO), ASML (ASML

  • 3 Top Biotech Stocks to Buy Right Now
    Business
    Motley Fool

    3 Top Biotech Stocks to Buy Right Now

    The biotech industry could arguably be described as Wall Street's roulette wheel. With this in mind, we picked the brains of three Motley Fool investors to gauge what biotech stock they believe investors should consider buying right now.

  • Twitter Shares Rise as Investment Banks Raise Price Targets
    Business
    Market Realist

    Twitter Shares Rise as Investment Banks Raise Price Targets

    These Stocks Were the Top Gainers in Tech Last Week (Continued from Prior Part) Twitter stock rose 11.1% last week Shares of Twitter (TWTR) rose 11.1% in the week that ended on June 15 to close at $45.80. Twitter shares have generated a return of 172

  • Business
    CNBC

    The greatest gift my father gave me were these 8 financial lessons

    The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority Foundation estimate s nearly two-thirds of Americans c a n't pass a basic financial literacy test. Schools aren't instilling financial literacy along with ABCs and the three R's, but parents can educate kids about money.

  • This High-Yield Dividend Stock Is in a Class of Its Own
    Business
    Motley Fool

    This High-Yield Dividend Stock Is in a Class of Its Own

    Pipeline giant ONEOK (NYSE: OKE) is a one-of-a-kind investment opportunity these days. Of the 500 companies in the S&P 500, it's the only one that meets five distinct characteristics of size, financial strength, earnings growth, dividend growth, and yield. ONEOK highlighted the unique opportunity it offers investors in a recent presentation.

  • Business
    Forbes

    7 Dividend Growers That Are On Deck For July Increases

    Meanwhile, a small group of “hidden yield” stocks are quietly handing smart investors growing income streams PLUS annual returns of 12%, 17.3%, or more. See, everyone wants dividend stocks with good current yields. You have to do more work to figure out if those yields are actually supported by the company’s cash flows, earnings power, long-term business prospects, etc. You have to sift through the same company’s history to determine how long it’s been paying those dividends.

  • Intel's CEO Just Validated the AMD Data Center Processor Threat
    Business
    Motley Fool

    Intel's CEO Just Validated the AMD Data Center Processor Threat

    Once this research note was widely disseminated, AMD stock rose more than 3% during the June 11 trading session while Intel stock shed nearly 1%. Clearly, investors interpreted Krzanich's remarks as positive for AMD and negative for Intel.

  • Why Twitter Is Borrowing $1.0 Billion
    Business
    Market Realist

    Why Twitter Is Borrowing $1.0 Billion

    Twitter (TWTR) recently turned to institutional investors to borrow $1.0 billion through a sale of convertible notes. The company said it was expecting $989 million in net proceeds from the notes offering after absorbing expenses tied to it. Twitter said it was planning to spend $70.6 million of the net proceeds to pay costs tied to some past warrant transactions.

  • Business
    Benzinga

    The Week Ahead In Biotech: Conferences, Clinical Trials And IPOs

    Sentiment toward biotech stocks turned neutral this week amid a lack of any major sectorwide catalysts. That said, there were wild swings in select stocks in reaction to clinical trial announcements.  Here are a few catalytic events in the upcoming