Stocks opened lower after FedEx cut its profit outlook. Also, American companies are getting more work out of their employees. Plus, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg promises to hold onto his shares for at least a year. Ashley Morrison reports.
Cambell's Soup to release Warhol-themed soup cans; U.S. economy grows; United airlines fixes computer glitch. Ashley Morrison reports.
Refineries in the Gulf of Mexico are cutting oil production as Isaac heads in their direction; General Motors is temporarily closing a plant that makes the Chevy Volt; also, home prices rose 2.3 percent in June and analysts say that is a sign the housing market is improving. Ashley Morrison reports.
Gap has raised its full-year profit outlook by selling trendier clothes; the cost of infant care rose in 2011 and an L.A. restaurant offers a discount for not using a cell phone while dining. Ashley Morrison reports.
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