The Top Ten Stocks for Tuesday, Aug. 5

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Aug. 5 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Betty Liu, Julie Hyman and Scarlet Fu report on today's ten most important stocks on "In The Loop." (Source: Bloomberg)

With the top 10 -- the only stories you need to know about today.

Julie hyman and scarlet fu joining in this morning.

Let's start with number 10, linkedin, pain $6 billion in unpaid wages and benefits to 350 current and former employees according to the labor department.

A government investigation found the company violated parts of the fair labor act.

Clicks number nine, pandora, with shares rising in the premarket, and they could expand programming beyond music to include sports and talk radio.

They're also hoping that as this becomes available in cars, it will attract listeners.

Toyota tumbling in the premarket -- target tumbling in the premarket.

Brian cornell, the incoming ceo, has a big job ahead of him when it comes to target and trying to turn the business around.

The data breaches the least of their worries.

Number seven, cvs caremark, the nation's largest provider of prescription drugs reported estimates that -- earnings that were higher than estimated.

They also raise the earnings forecast for the year.

Number six, office depot.

They posted earnings in line with expectations and raised its outlook.

They still expect to close 165 stores in the u.s. this year and at least 400 locations by the end of 2016. the consolidation continues.

Retail me not -- shares are tumbling after they missed analyst estimates.

They also reported a 49% increase in expenses, offsetting a 37% gain in revenue.

Number four, aig.

Bob benmosche a ending his tenure on a high note.

It is the insurer's final earnings report under bob benmosche, who steps down next month.

He has shepherded this through a difficult period and a turnaround.

He was able to restructure the company when so many others failed.

And not give in to the board.

Number three, gannett, splitting into two.

They will focus on broadcast and digital businesses and spin off its publishing operations.

The company is also buying full ownership of

Number two, coach.

A glimmer of hope, with fourth-quarter profit that topped analyst estimates.

Comparable sales down only 17%. coach shares rose, but before today, the stock has slumped 39%. i have to say, i have not gone to one in a long time.

Is usually packed with tourists.

That is right.

Number one, disney -- analysts expect the third period --third quarter will benefit from world cup ratings and "frozen circle

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