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EU hits Apple with 13 billion euro Irish tax demand
An Apple logo is seen in the window of an authorised apple reseller store in Galway, Ireland August 30, 2016. REUTERS/Clodagh Kilcoyne.
Why Ireland's Government Doesn't Want Apple's Money  Fortune
Europe's 'unfair' Apple tax ruling sparks US anger  BBC News
Wall Street Journal  
Fed's Fischer Says Negative Rates Seem to Work in Today's World
Federal Reserve Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer said negative interest rates seem to be working in other countries, while reinforcing that they aren't on the table in the U.S.. While the Fed isn't “planning to do anything in that direction,” the central ...
Treasury yields inch lower as oil, stocks lose ground  MarketWatch
Euro zone bond yields edge down, focus stays on Fed  Reuters
Exclusive: Uber Poaches Senior Target Exec
Uber, the global ride-hailing giant whose reputation has see-sawed at times from brash to boorish, has plucked an image maker from a leading U.S.
Uber brings on Target CMO to fix its brand, unseating cofounder Ryan Graves ...  Business Insider
Uber hires senior Target executive  Reuters
Mylan Tries Again to Quell Pricing Outrage by Offering Generic EpiPen
The huge increase of the list price for the severe-allergy drug injector has led to backlash against Mylan, the latest in a string of pharmaceutical companies accused of price gouging.
Think EpiPen is Mylan's first scandal? Here's a timeline of jet use ...  FiercePharma
The New 'Rules Of The Game': Balancing Profits And Social ...  Forbes
USDA Offices Closed After Anonymous Email Threats
CHICAGO—A half-dozen U.S. Department of Agriculture offices across the country were closed Tuesday by officials citing safety concerns related to anonymous email threats.
USDA closes offices in NC, 4 other states after threats  WRAL.com
Agriculture Department closes offices in five states after employees were ...  Washington Post
Mondelez Plans 'What's Next' After Hershey Rebuff
Now that a deal with Hershey Co. HSY -10.87 % is off the table, snack giant Mondelez International Inc. MDLZ 3.65 % is going about its plan to dramatically cut costs and become more profitable without the help of a big acquisition.
Wall St. Wobbles in Summer Doldrums  New York Times
'Hershey (HSY) Seems Too Resistant Against Any Kind Of An Acquisition ...  TheStreet.com
Stocks hold lower after consumer data; Fed in focus
U.S. stocks traded lower Tuesday, with utilities lagging, as investors analyzed strong consumer data while keeping an eye on Apple shares and the Federal Reserve.
Financials help limit losses from tech decline  Reuters
MARKET SNAPSHOT: Stocks Retreat In Wake Of Hawkish Fed Tone  Nasdaq
Home prices rose in June at slowest pace in 10 months
WASHINGTON - U.S. home prices rose modestly in June, pushed up by strong sales and a limited supply of available properties. The Standard & Poor's CoreLogic Case-Shiller 20-city home price index, released Tuesday, increased 5.1 percent in June ...
US Home Prices Continued Strong Gains in June  Wall Street Journal
Charlotte home prices remain at record levels  Charlotte Observer
14 Things That Might Surprise You About Warren Buffett
Warren Buffett has been incredibly successful, and he's extremely wealthy. In fact, he's worth about $62.1 billion right now.
Warren Buffett 86th Birthday: 10 Quotes About Success And Life From ...  International Business Times
Warren Buffett's 86th Birthday: A Look Back At 75 Years Of Investing Genius  Benzinga
Martin Shkreli scores $3 million payday
NEW YORK (CNNMoney) —Martin Shkreli, the controversial ex-drug executive now facing federal criminal charges, nearly doubled his investment in KaloBios, the drug company he briefly controlled and ran last fall.
Martin Shkreli Sells Remaining Stake in KaloBios  Wall Street Journal
Martin Shkreli sells remaining shares in KaloBios and company keen to sever ties  The Pharma Letter (registration)