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  1. Netflix Inc announced on Monday it will tap debt markets for a second time this year, aiming to raise another $2 billion as the streaming video pioneer invests heavily in production of original shows and content acquisition to fend off intensifying competition.
  2. U.S. stocks closed lower after choppy trade on Monday, as some investors showed signs of earnings season nerves, while political worries in Europe led the dollar to strengthen against the euro and sterling.
  3. Uber Technologies Inc's head of corporate development Cameron Poetzscher has resigned, the Wall Street Journal reported on Monday, weeks after the newspaper reported allegations of sexual misconduct against him at the ride-hailing firm.
  4. The S&P 500 and Dow slipped in choppy trading on Monday following losses in energy and financial stocks, and as caution grew ahead of a slew of earnings this week.
  5. It's not the U.S. economy, stupid. It's China's.
  6. Gilberto Benetton, a co-founder of Italian clothing retailer United Colors of Benetton who masterminded the family empire's diversification into construction, transport and catering, has died at the age of 77.
  7. Oil futures were little changed on Monday after paring earlier losses despite Saudi Arabia's pledge to raise crude production to a record high, two weeks before U.S. sanctions potentially choke off Iranian supplies.
  8. Richard Branson is quitting as chairman of Virgin Hyperloop One, saying the company, that plans to build a supersonic transport system in the United Arab Emirates and other countries, needs a more actively involved leader, the firm said on Monday.