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Personal Finance Daily: Children are going back to school in a heat wave and which Labor Day sales to avoid

Happy Thursday, MarketWatchers! Here are the top personal finance stories of the day. Personal Finance Which Labor Day sales to avoid (or approach with caution) With Black Friday just around the corner, holding off on certain purchases could be a smart move. Children head back to school in a heat wave, and that spells trouble for poorer students Schools in ...

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Ocean Solutions Accelerator names its first wave of conservation startups

Early this year the Sustainable Oceans Alliance announced it would be starting its own accelerator with a focus on conservation. The nonprofit has just announced the Ocean Solutions Accelerator’s first wave of startups: a particularly varied and international lineup that’s easy to root for. You may also remember that the SOA was one of the beneficiaries of the mysterious Pineapple ...

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How Funko Is Riding the Fortnite Wave

Funko Inc. (NASDAQ: FNKO) shares saw a solid gain on Wednesday after the company announced that it had a new partnership with Epic Games to create a range of Fortnite toys and collectibles. The new Fortnite branded collection will feature more than ten different product lines, including Funko’s iconic Pop! figures, 5 Star figures, Pint Size Heroes, Vynl, keychains, POP! ...

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Lattice Semiconductor Takes Additional Action to Reduce Operating Expenses; Company to Discontinue Millimeter Wave Business to Focus on Core Business Opportunities

Lattice Semiconductor Takes Additional Action to Reduce Operating Expenses; Company to Discontinue Millimeter Wave Business to Focus on Core Business Opportunities PORTLAND, Ore. — (BUSINESS WIRE) — July 18, 2018 — Lattice Semiconductor Corporation (NASDAQ: LSCC), a leading provider of customizable smart connectivity solutions, announced the Company will discontinue its millimeter wave business, which is expected to result in approximately ...

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Won't get fooled again: Gig economy second wave begins to break

In the heady mid-decade days that marked the expansion of Uber, governments and regulators were not equipped for its coming. Take the example of Western Australia. Uber would expand its service to a new geography, the service would begin to gain traction as patrons flocked due to animosity with the local regulated taxi service, and then the state or city ...

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