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Former employees file class action against Wells Fargo
A Wells Fargo branch is seen in the Chicago suburb of Evanston, Illinois, U.S. on February 10, 2015. REUTERS/Jim Young/File Photo.
Inside Wells Fargo, front-line employees describe immense pressure, few rewards  Minneapolis Star Tribune
American capitalism's lousy, lousy week  The Seattle Times
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Puerto Rico Power Utility Restores Service
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico - Electricity was restored to most of Puerto Rico by Saturday following a rare, island-wide blackout caused by a power plant fire, the territory's power utility said Saturday.
A 12-Step Plan for Puerto Rico  Barron's
Puerto Rico hit by nationwide blackout  World Socialist Web Site
Why Salesforce might be interested in Twitter
Rumors were flying all day yesterday that Twitter is up for sale, and could be a chief suitor. At this point, with so many possible bidders being reported, it's hard to know what's going to happen (if anything).
Why a Salesforce deal to go after Twitter makes no sense  MarketWatch
Salesforce Considers Takeover of Twitter  Wall Street Journal
Oil-sands glut jams pipes to US, rail next option
Canada is sending a record amount of oil to the U.S., filling pipelines to capacity. Loading… Post to Facebook. Oil-sands glut jams pipes to U.S.
Oil slumps 4 percent as no output deal expected for OPEC  Reuters
US oil settles at $44.48 a barrel, down $1.84, or 3.97%  CNBC
How Clinton and Trump's Health Plans Would Affect Costs and the Uninsured
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are proposing fundamentally different approaches to health care reform, and their proposals would have dramatically different effects for the uninsured, out-of-pocket costs, and the federal deficit, according to a new ...
Health Care Deserves More Attention on the Campaign Trail  New York Times
Trump's Healthcare Plan Could Cost 25 Million Americans Their Coverage  Newsmax
6 Social Security facts you're probably not aware of
Nearly 1 in 6 of retired workers is living in poverty, or very near it. (Photo: Getty Images). CONNECT TWEET LINKEDIN GOOGLE+ PINTEREST.
How to decide when to start receiving Social Security benefits  Los Angeles Times
Behold the GOP's not-so-secret plan to dismantle government services ...  Salon
UPS tests drones for deliveries
MARBLEHEAD, Mass. - One of the world's largest package delivery companies is stepping up efforts to integrate drones into its… Life.
UPS Uses Drone to Deliver Package to Boston-Area Island  Wall Street Journal
UPDATE 1-With U.S. drone rules set, firms race for flight data  Business Insider
Trump's Companies Made $1.6 Million Off the Secret Service
It's not the only way he's made a profit off his campaign. Donald Trump is making millions off his own Secret Service detail.
Trump was paid at least $1.6 million for his Secret Service protection  The Week Magazine
US Secret Service Is Paying Trump $1.6 Million For Air Travel  TPM
How immigration helps the US economy: Report
Researchers found little evidence that immigration significantly affects the overall employment levels of native-born workers. By Rowena Lindsay, Staff September 24, 2016.
Linda Chavez commentary: Study shows immigration boosts US economy  Columbus Dispatch
Immigration Does More Good Than Harm to Economy, Study Finds  Wall Street Journal
Politics|Donald Trump's Hotel Chain to Pay Penalty Over Data Breaches
The Trump SoHo hotel in Manhattan. Donald J. Trump's hotel chain has agreed to pay a $50,000 penalty and revamp its data security policies.
New York A.G. Reaches Settlement with Trump Hotel Collection Over Data Breaches
Trump Hotel Collection agrees to $50k settlement after multiple data breaches  Washington Times