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Cramer: What the LinkedIn disaster means to you

Jim Cramer was alarmed by the reverberations felt to stocks by LinkedIn and Tableau on Friday. Here's what it could mean for your portfolio going forward.
Source: | By: Abigail Stevenson
UK launch gives DraftKings a 'gambling' problem

DraftKings has received a gambling license to operate in the U.K., even as it fights that label to operate in the United States.
Source: | By: Jacob Pramuk
India's new net rules hit Facebook's free Web plan

India has introduced long-awaited rules on differential Internet pricing, dealing a blow to Facebook's Free Basics program.
Source: Reuters
Future in flux as top fund leaders feud

Bridgewater founder Dalio's handpicked heir steps back after disagreements at the top of the world's biggest hedge fund. Financial Times reports.
Source: Financial Times | By: Mary Childs
CNBC update: Obama asks for $1.8B to fight Zika  

Obama asks Congress for $1.8 billion to fight Zika virus, Taiwan earthquake death toll reaches 38, Chipotle restaurants open late as workers discuss food safety. CNBC's Sue Herera reports.
CANADA STOCKS-TSX falls as broader losses offset gains for gold stocks

TORONTO, Feb 8- Canada's main stock index fell on Monday as weaker crude oil prices and a broader sell-off in risky assets weighed on energy and financial stocks, overshadowing gains for gold stocks. The Toronto Stock Exchange's S&P/TSX composite index was down 127.35 points, or 1.00 percent, at 12,636.64, shortly after the open. Nine of the index's 10 main groups...
Source: Reuters
Pisani's market open led down by tech  

CNBC's Bob Pisani looks at the winners and losers at the start of Monday's trading day, including software and oil lower weighing on tech and energy sectors.
Cramer's Mad Dash: Baker Hughes  

Jim Cramer explains what to watch ahead of the open, including Morgan Stanley downgrading Baker Hughes.
US STOCKS-Wall St set to extend selloff on global growth fears

Feb 8- Wall Street was set to open lower on Monday, continuing a technology-led selloff from Friday, as fears of a global economic slowdown worsening and dropping oil prices continue to rattle investors. "Equities are in a' go-nowhere-fast' mode, with a downward bias in the near term," said Terry Sandven, chief equity strategist at U.S. Bank Wealth Management in...
Source: Reuters | By: Abhiram Nandakumar
The market needs to rethink the Fed: Economist

The Fed will likely raise rates more than the market expects as inflation ticks up, Bank of America Merrill Lynch's Michael Hanson says.
Source: | By: Tom DiChristopher