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REUTERS - The electronic cigarette, touted as a way to cut smoking, is facing a serious contender that even smokers find sexy.
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Late pop singer Michael Jackson\'s Neverland estate is being considered for sale, a spokesman for the company controlling the property said on Friday.
Friday\'s jobs report showed employment growth slowing, but still robust; U.S. auto sales slow; Procter & Gamble and Expedia fly high; GoPro hits the skids. Lily Jamali reports.
August 01 - Daniel Radcliffe premieres his latest film, romantic comedy \'What If,\' in Mexico City. No reporter narration.
"Guardians" lock-up box office  (02 August 04:49 am) 
August 01 - The latest celebrity news including a big start for \"Guardians of the Galaxy\" and a bigger weekend ahead at the box office. John Russell reports.
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - The \"Guardians of the Galaxy\" stormed into the box office with a $11.2 million opening night, Walt Disney Co said on Friday, and could outperform expectations if it keeps
BRISTOL Va (Reuters) - A museum celebrating 10 days in 1927 that helped introduce the mountain music of Appalachia to mainstream America opened in Virginia on Friday.
The scientist who first identified Ebola says more should be done to combat the current outbreak in West Africa. Professor Peter Piot of the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine says the
Job market takes pressure off Fed  (02 August 12:46 am) 
The rise in the unemployment rate took some tension out of the markets, which have been on edge about the timing of the upcoming Fed rate hikes. Bobbi Rebell reports.
Reuters Markets Editor David Gaffen and Clear Alternatives CEO Diane Garnick break down the recent selloff in the markets.
Madonna, Selena Gomez and others use social media to voice their opinions on the war. Alicia Powell reports.
Reuters Markets Editor David Gaffen and Clear Alternatives CEO Diane Garnick break down the recent selloff in the markets.
Experts start work at Ukraine crash site  (02 August 12:50 am) 
International experts begin recovery work at MH17’s crash site in eastern Ukraine, despite ongoing clashes in the area between government forces and pro-Russian rebels. Jillian Kitchener reports.
A museum in Germany uses a high speed 3-D scanning system to help art historians and researchers preserve cultural artifacts quickly and reduce the risk of damage in the process. Sharon Reich reports.
Aloe Blacc: Music with a message  (02 August 12:50 am) 
The singer hopes to entertain and inspire with his music. Alicia Powell reports.
White House Council of Economic Advisors Chair Jason Furman praises the first six-month string of job gains above 200,000 since 1997 but expresses concern about the lack of wage growth. Conway G.
White House Council of Economic Advisors Chair Jason Furman praises the first six-month string of job gains above 200,000 since 1997 but expresses concern about the lack of wage growth. Conway G.
Madhur Jha, senior global economist at Standard Chartered Bank, says the FOMC tone continues to be cautious and prudent. In an interview with ET NOW, she says she expects U.S. Fed to bring-in the
Three's a crowd in US telco bid battle  (01 August 09:46 pm) 
French upstart Iliad threatens to upset the telecoms apple-cart with an audacious $15bn dollar offer for T-Mobile US. But can it succeed in elbowing aside Sprint in its bid to grab a share of the US\'s
Three's a crowd in U.S. telco bid battle  (01 August 10:46 pm) 
French upstart Iliad threatens to upset the telecoms apple-cart with an audacious $15bn dollar offer for T-Mobile US. But can it succeed in elbowing aside Sprint in its bid to grab a share of the
Israel has declared the Gaza ceasefire over, blaming Hamas for breaching the truce shortly after it began. Jillian Kitchener reports.
West Bank trade dashed by Gaza conflict  (01 August 10:46 pm) 
Three weeks of intense shellfire and bombardments have been the \'normal\' in the Gaza Strip - and local shopkeepers in the West Bank say they\'re suffering the economic fallout of the conflict too
Fasten seat belts, turbulence ahead?  (01 August 10:46 pm) 
British Airways owner IAG reports a 55 per cent rise in profits - a day after Lufthansa\'s Q2 numbers point to a sector where fortunes are, at best, mixed - and where investors have to contend with
Russia squares up over sanctions  (01 August 09:46 pm) 
Russia\'s largest banks seek to reassure investors over EU moves that cut off access to capital markets, VTB saying they\'re \'\'incompatible\' with a free market, while Moscow announces bans on certain EU
U.S. adds 209,000 jobs  (01 August 09:46 pm) 
Job growth cooled in July, but the report could ease investors\' fears that the Fed would move quickly to hike interest rates. Fred Katayama reports.