Recalls this week: Folding knives, night lights, bicycles More than 150,000 folding knives are being recalled because of a faulty locking mechanism that can result in lacerations. Other consumer products being recalled this week include night lights and bicycles. They were sold at Bass Pro Shops, Cabela's, Home Depot, other retailers nationwide and online at www.gerbergear.com and other online sporting goods...
Source: The Associated Press
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Why Slack CEO wouldn't mind a 'giant crash' For Slack CEO Stewart Butterfield, putting his huge cash pile to work is hard because valuations are soaring for all the start-ups he'd want to buy.
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Swisher on Google's new goodies Kara Swisher, Re/code co-executive editor, discusses her reaction to Google unveiling a suite of new products, a Code Conference debrief, and Snapchat's process of raising equity.
WRAPUP 1- U.S. warns G7 of global economy "accident" without Greece deal DRESDEN, Germany, May 29- The United States warned on Friday of a possible accident for the world economy if Greece and its creditors miss their June deadlines to avert a debt default. With Athens struggling to make repayments due next month, the debt stand-off between Greece and its European Union partners overshadowed a meeting of policymakers from the Group...
| By: David Ljunggren and Paul Carrel
UPDATE 1-EXCLUSIVE-Mexican president misrepresented personal land deal, records show According to an official asset declaration first made in 2013, Pena Nieto stated that he acquired the property through a "donation" or gift from his father. Pena Nieto, who made his asset declaration public in 2013 as part of a transparency and accountability push, has since updated and ratified this declaration twice. Under a public information request, Reuters...
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Here's what to buy in the Nikkei 225 Kathy Matsui, MD & Chief Japan Strategist at Goldman Sachs Japan, outlines the buying opportunities in Japan's benchmark index, such as real estate stocks.