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Nasdaq falls after weak forecasts

The Nasdaq Composite index fell about 2.5 percent Monday, hit by a slump in Apple Inc. shares after two suppliers cut their forecasts, sparking a sell-off in other iPhone component-makers and weighing on technology stocks in general.

Real reward Solari with permanent contract

Interim Real Madrid manager Santiago Solari was appointed permanent coach Monday after overseeing a startling upturn in the European champions’ fortunes since he stepped in to replace Julen Lopetegui.

Real reward Solari with permanent contract

Interim Real Madrid manager Santiago Solari was appointed permanent coach Monday after overseeing a startling upturn in the European champions’ fortunes since he stepped in to replace Julen Lopetegui.

Mayweather takes hit for The Money Team

It looked like easy money, and there’s no one more qualified to judge that than the founder and titular head of The Money Team. But sometimes chasing a pile of cash is more difficult than it seems.

Hamilton: Team energy will power Mercedes on

Lewis Hamilton has told his Mercedes Formula One teammates they are all “legends” after completing a fifth successive constructor and driver title double in Brazil Sunday and pledged to help make them the sport’s most successful team ever.

Marvel’s Stan Lee, creator of Spider-Man, dies

Stan Lee, the creative dynamo who revolutionized the comic book and helped make billions for Hollywood by introducing human frailties in superheroes such as Spider-Man, the Fantastic Four and the Incredible Hulk, died Monday.

Edgley becomes first man to swim around Britain

Adventurer Ross Edgley became the first man to swim around the coast of mainland Britain as he completed a 2,865 kilometer-trip to make a triumphant return to dry land in Margate Sunday. The 33-year-old, from Grantham, Lincolnshire, had left the Kent town on June 1, swimming in a clockwise direction. He had not set foot on land once and slept in a support boat.

S. Africans make bricks from human urine

South African researchers say they have made bricks using human urine in a natural process involving colonies of bacteria, which could one day help reduce global warming emissions by finding a productive use for the ultimate waste product.