Americans Told to Leave Yemen

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Aug. 6 (Bloomberg) -- Erik Schatzker reports on the latest news stories on Bloomberg Television's "Market Makers." (Source: Bloomberg)

Time to take a look at our top business headlines.

Americans up and told to leave yemen immediately as reports indicate u.s. drone strikes have killed four militants there.

The u.s. state department has issued a new travel warning for the arab country, saying there is a high risk of terrorist attacks and civil unrest.

This follows the temporary kosher of 20 u.s. consulates and embassies.

General motors is slashing prices for its electric card.

A $5,000 cuts to the chevy price.

The volt is intended to help the car compete with the less expensive but better selling toyota previous hybrid.

-- toyota per es hybrid.

And america's car fleet has never been older.

New data are from poll shows the average age of all the cars and trucks on the road is 11.4 years, a record.

10 years ago it was just 9.7 years.

Time warner cable and cbs battle has crossed a nasty threshold.

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