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Apocalyptic emergency alert flashes on TVs in California

Some television viewers in southern California were startled when an apocalyptic emergency alert flashed on their screens.

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South Korea approves $8 million aid for the North Korea

South Korea's approval of an $8 million aid package for the North is likely to muddle international efforts to isolate the rogue nation.

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Gatorade pays California $300,000

Just because drought-ravaged California has spent years urging residents to conserve water doesn't mean it wants people to actually stop drinking the stuff.

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$1,000 iPhone X will boost its profit: Analyst

Piper Jaffray predicts Apple's earnings and iPhone average selling price will benefit from its higher priced offerings this year.

Source: CNBC.com

Finish Line shares sink on underwhelming earnings, as same-store sales wane

As of Thursday's market close, Finish Line shares have fallen more than 60 percent over the past 12 months.

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Retail shouldn't ditch the store because millennials love it, survey finds

Seventy-one percent of millennials are visiting multiple stores in search of bargains, according to First Insight.

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Finish Line shares fall on lower guidance

CNBC's Courtney Reagan breaks down Finish Line's quarterly numbers, which missed estimates.

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North Korea threatens to detonate nuclear bomb in Pacific

North Korean Minister of Foreign Affairs Ri Yong Ho said that his country may consider a test of a hydrogen bomb in the Pacific Ocean, according to a report from South Korea's official news agency Yonhap.

Source: CNBC.com

Uber loses its license to operate in London

London's transport regulator on Friday stripped Uber of its license to operate from the end of the month, affecting over 40,000 drivers in a huge blow to the taxi app.

Source: CNBC.com

German election 2017: All you need to know about the vote

Germans are heading to the polls on Sunday September 24 for a federal election which will ultimately decide whether the incumbent chancellor, Angela Merkel, has another four years in power.

Source: CNBC.com