Stock investors can’t relax when news is likely to bite even in the dog days of summer

In the dog days of summer investors are more likely to react to headline news, waking the otherwise sleepy market from its torpor See full story.

At least one hurting Tesla shareholder has filed a lawsuit against the electric-car maker and Elon Musk in the wake of the CEO’s stock-roiling remarks on going private earlier this week. See full story.

Economists see housing starts rising in July. See full story.

President Trump denounced “all types of racism and acts of violence” in a tweet marking the anniversary of the white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Va., in which a 32-year-old woman was killed. See full story.

Rep. Chris Collins, the New York Republican charged this week of insider trading with family members holding the stock of an Australian biotech firm on whose board he served, said Saturday he will now suspend his pursuit of reelection in November. See full story.

Drone pilots discuss the pros and cons of flying full-time. The most successful pilots earn more than 6-figures, set their own hours and travel frequently. See full story.

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