CNET: Samsung will significantly reduce orders to one of its mobile parts suppliers after uncovering the use of child labor at a Chinese facility.
BBC: Hollywood movies are under-representing non-white ethnic groups in the US, a new study says.
Salon.com: The providers want a federal judge to stop a new law that they say will leave just eight facilities statewide where women can legally terminate a pregnancy after Sept. 1.
CNN.com: Three top secret, experimental vials stored at subzero temperatures were flown into Liberia last week
WSJ: Gold for December deliver fell $14.10, or 1.1% to $1,282.80 per troy ounce.
Reuters: A new statistical analysis found women under the age of 50 who were recently diagnosed with breast cancer were more likely to have been on some version of the birth control pill.
WSJ: Adidas said its Q2 net profit fell 16% from last year to $193 million.
Reuters: Former PepsiCo executive Brian Cornell was named Target Corp's new CEO.
Bloomberg: Real gross domestic product in the United States increased at an annual rate of 4% in the second quarter of 2014.
USA Today: The social network's second-quarter revenue rose 124% to $312 million.
WSJ: The pharmaceutical giant posted earnings of $2.91 billion, or 45 cents per share.
TIME: A new study published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology shows that running—even slowly—greatly reduces the risk of a cardiovascular-related death.
NYT: The online real estate listing website will purchase its competition, Trulia, for about $3.5 billion in stock.