Hershey (HSY) shares were tanking about 11 percent in premarket trading, after Mondelez (MDLZ) ends its effort to takeover the chocolate maker. Hershey rejected a $22.3 billion buyout offer. Mondelez shares were gaining about 3 percent in the premarket. (CNBC)
Ahead of the tax order, Apple announced Monday a major product event for Sept. 7, a week from tomorrow. The tech giant is expected to unveil a new iPhone and Apple Watch. One of the rumored features of the new iPhone is the removal of the headphone jack. (CNBC)
An Alphabet (GOOGL) executive has stepped down from Uber's board after nearly three years, a signal of increased overlap in autonomous vehicles. Alphabet's venture capital arm invested $250 million in the ride-hailing firm in 2013. (Reuters)
Fox News is striking back against its former anchor Andrea Tantaros, filing a motion to move her sexual harassment lawsuit into arbitration. In court papers, the network said, "Tantaros is not a victim; she is an opportunist." (NY Times)
Hackers based in Russia were behind two recent attempts to breach state voter registration databases, fueling concerns the Russian government may be trying to interfere in the U.S. presidential election, American intelligence officials tell NBC News.
Hillary Clinton's national lead over Donald Trump has narrowed slightly to 6 points, 48 percent to 42 percent, according to the latest NBC News|SurveyMonkey Weekly Election Tracking Poll
Wall Street is pricing in a landslide victory for Hillary Clinton, according to Bank of America Merrill Lynch. Market participants also expect a split Congress, with the GOP remaining in control of the House but the Democrats winning the Senate. (CNBC)
Hillary Clinton's life as secretary of State was exhausting. A CNBC reporter read all 3,721 pages of her schedule, finding she met with billionaires and celebrities, often left the office for unexplained appointments, and flew mostly commercial or on Air Force planes.
Beachgoers, boat captains, and business owners on North Carolina's Outer Banks are warily watching two tropical weather systems that could bring heavy rain today and then again over the long Labor Day weekend, summer's last hurrah. (NBC News)