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Wal-Mart delivers to your fridge

The retailer is testing a service that has delivery persons putting groceries ordered online directly into customers’ refrigerators. Fred Katayama reports. Reuters Video: Business

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London Fashion Week talks See-Now, Buy-Now

For the ‘I want’ generation, ‘see-now, buy-now’ was a welcome addition to the traditional fashion buying system as big brands such as Burberry, Ralph Lauren, Topshop and Tommy Hilfiger jumped on board. But as David Pollard reports, some others have jumped off again. Reuters Video: Business

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Google to pay $1.1 billion for HTC Pixel division

Alphabet Inc’s Google says it will pay $ 1.1 billion for a division at Taiwan’s HTC Corp that develops the U.S. firm’s Pixel smartphones – its second major foray into phone hardware after an earlier costly failure. Graham Mackay reports Reuters Video: Business

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Reuters Newsmaker: Brazil’s Temer says government won’t privatize Petrobras

Brazil’s President Michel Temer said that despite his government’s aggressive moves to privatize state companies, national oil company Petrobras would remain under government control, speaking at a Reuters Newsmaker interview with Reuters Editor-in-Chief Stephen Adler in New York. Reuters Video: Business

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Equifax could end in bankruptcy – expert

Damages from the Equifax data breach could destroy the company, says technology lawyer Mark Grossman. Fred Katayama reports. Reuters Video: Business

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Breakingviews TV: Missile merger

Tom Buerkle and Richard Beales discuss Northrop Grumman’s $ 7.8 billion deal to buy Orbital ATK, and why part of the rationale is the tension created by North Korea’s saber-rattling missile tests. Reuters Video: Business

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Brexit to drain fewer UK finance jobs than feared

A Reuters survey of London-based finance companies finds many have revised down their estimate of jobs that will leave because of Brexit. Reuters Video: Business

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S&P ends above 2500 for first time

Telecom stocks drove the S&P 500 above the 2500 mark. As Fred Katayama reports, the Dow and S&P 500 closed at record highs. Reuters Video: Business

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Bitcoin thrashed in tidal wave of negativity

Wall Street’s love-hate relationship with Bitcoin turned to hate once again, with the cryptocurrency erasing one-quarter of its peak value as a China crackdown and an influential banker sound the alarm. Reuters Video: Business

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Spain to control Catalan finances ahead of vote

The Spanish government said on Friday it had passed measures to increase control over how Catalonia spends its money in an effort to block the regional government from using state cash to pay for an illegal independence referendum. Laura Frykberg reports. Reuters Video: Business