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Cuba Returns Inert Hellfire Missile to US
WASHINGTON - Cuba has returned a dummy United States Hellfire missile that was mistakenly shipped there from Europe in 2014, American and Cuban officials said Saturday.
US missile inadvertently shipped to Cuba has been returned  CNN
US recovers Hellfire air-to-ground missile from Cuba  Reuters
Carrier workers furious over relocation to Mexico
Carrier workers furious over relocation to Mexico Normally, a trip south of the border would be a cause for celebration, especially if it's to places such as Acapulco, Cancun, or Tijuana.
Carrier Corp. to move manufacturing operations to Mexico  Examiner.com
Companies boycotting Carrier for decision to move to Mexico  Kokomo Tribune
Lettuce and tattoos? Whole Foods revamps for Millennial shoppers
Whole Foods is opening a new chain of stores called '365.' Attracting the Millennial market could be a power play to capitalize on an expansive demographic just starting to come into financial stability.
Whole Foods caters to millennials with new 365 chain  Modern Readers
Silver Lake Whole Foods Spinoff Might Have Tattoo Parlor Inside  LAist
Toy industry bets on Hollywood superheroes and 'Star Wars' to drive 2016 sales
Toy retailers are hoping Hollywood movies will drive big sales again this year, after blockbusters such as "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" and "Minions" led to huge numbers in 2015.
Hundreds of Thousands of Amazing Playthings in Four Days: The Western ...  PR Newswire (press release)
The Toy Fair You Can Take Your Kids To  Kotaku
Global shares gain as global economy fears ease; oil rallies
NEW YORK U.S. and European shares rebounded from recent weakness on Friday, with reassuring U.S. retail sales data boosting sentiment, while U.S.
Dow is now down 1451 points this year  kvor
S&P 500 Weekly Update: Should Investors Be Concerned? Yes. Panic? No.  Seeking Alpha
Bank of America Increases CEO Moynihan's Pay 23% to $16 Million
Bank of America Corp. awarded Chief Executive Officer Brian T. Moynihan $16 million for his work last year, raising his potential compensation 23 percent.
Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan got $3M pay bump in 2015  UPI.com
Brian Moynihan's pay rises nearly a quarter to $16m  Financial Times
US stocks end a down week on up note
A sign for Wall Street carved into the side of a building is shown on July 6 in New York. By Alex Veiga. Alex Veiga Denton Record-Chronicle.
US Stocks Stage Strong Rally, But End Week in the Red  Wall Street Journal
US stocks end a down week on an up note  Tulsa World
Snoop Dogg helps promote Burger King's new grilled hot dogs
Burger King is adding hot dogs to its menu, and a celebrity is helping get out the word. The fast-food chain announced Tuesday that it will start offering its "grilled dogs" nationally starting Feb. 23.
Snoop Dogg Stars In Training Video For Burger King's New Grilled Dogs  The Source
Snoop Dogg Endorses Burger King's New Grilled Dogs  HipHopDX
Help foil refund fraudsters this filing season
Help with what? Help preventing tax-refund fraud - fraudsters steal identities to claim fake tax refunds. A victim won't know of the breach until after he files his own return and the IRS discovers two tax returns filed with the same Social Security ...
Be careful in choosing someone to prepare your taxes  Tampabay.com
Be on guard: Scammers target taxpayers and tax preparers  Hutchinson News
Dimon Just Spent a Year's Pay on JPMorgan Stock After Bank Rout
Jamie Dimon, chairman and chief executive officer of JPMorgan Chase & Co., spent $26.6 million to buy shares of his bank Thursday after they tumbled to the lowest price in more than two years.
Have Battered Banks Gotten Too Cheap? Jamie Dimon Thinks So, Buys JPMorgan ...  Forbes
JPMorgan Chase CEO Makes $2.2 Million By Buying Stock  KMBZ