stahleyp Posted March 14, 2017 Share Posted March 14, 2017 I just want to vent about needless alarming (and "fake news" - though it's real, it isn't important). If you go to CNN Money, at the top of the page there is a red banner that says: "Breaking News Dow closes with a 44-point loss, Nasdaq slips 0.3%. Airline stocks struggle, with United Continental falling 5%." Why is a fraction of a percent gain/or loss "breaking news"? This happens a lot too. Shouldn't "breaking news" be used for something, ugh, important? And the media wonders why they've lost some trust with folks. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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