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Tesla Loses Money, But Wins Anyway. 3 Things to Know Today. Stay in the know in 60 seconds.

By Stephen J. Bronner

  • Tesla, in its second quarter earnings report, reported $4 billion in sales, but said it lost $717.5 million, about double its loss compared to this quarter last year. But that's -- good news? Its stock soared as the market closed yesterday.
  • Food giant Kraft Heinz has committed to making all of its packaging by recyclable, reusable or compostable by 2025. That means that the iconic Heinz ketchup packet will most likely get a total makeover.
  • Dream job alert! The Wall Street Journal reports that there's been a trend of hiring tutors for their kids to help them improve their skills at ... Fortnite. Yes, you heard right. Parents want their kids to suck less at the extremely popular video game.

Yesterday's video: Apple Nears $1 Trillion -- and the Potential to Make History. 3 Things to Know Today.

Stephen J. Bronner

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Stephen J. Bronner is contributors editor at Entrepreneur.com. He occasionally writes about food and fitness.

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