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IN THE NEWS TODAY

With U.S. stock futures little changed this morning, the Dow looks to start the week off with a third straight session of gains. But the drivers from last week, China's devaluation and oil's drop, could play spoilers. (CNBC)
Oil experts forecast a price decline this fall to levels where many shale producers could be unable to make money, and some see crude staying very low through the end of the year, according to a new CNBC survey.
Amazon (AMZN) founder and CEO Jeff Bezos responded to a New York Times article painting his company's intense workplace in a highly negative light. He said the Amazon described does not accurately depict the culture.
Apple (AAPL) is definitely building a self-driving car, according to a report in the Guardian, which cites company correspondence obtained under a public records request.
Ahead of parliamentary votes across the euro zone this week, German Chancellor Angela Merkel tried to reassure skeptical lawmakers that the International Monetary Fund would take part in a new bailout for Greece. (Reuters)
As China's stock market went into freefall this summer, big money managers looked to sell shares of U.S.-listed Chinese tech giants, Alibaba (BABA) and Baidu (BIDU), during the second quarter. (NY Times)
Charter Communications (CHTR) got an increased investment from Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway. The latest 13F filing also signalled Berkshire may be planning another large investment. (Reuters)
In a wide-ranging "Meet the Press" interview, Donald Trump said, as president, he'd reverse the Obama administration's executive orders on immigration and deport all undocumented immigrants. (NBC News)
Trump is due to report for jury duty today in lower Manhattan, after saying last week before a rally in New Hampshire he would willingly take a break from campaigning to answer the summons. (NBC News)
A technical problem at an air traffic control center near Washington caused hundreds of flight delays and cancellations at airports on the East Coast over the weekend. FlightAware still showed delays Monday morning. (NY Times)

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