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What just happened to Apple, explained
The European Commission, the EU's executive arm, is ordering Apple to pay $14.5 billion in taxes to Ireland. But Ireland doesn't want the money, and Apple says it shouldn't have to pay.
Tax Experts Check Out Arguments From Apple Over Ruling  New York Times
EU ruling on Apple stirs calls for US tax reform  Reuters
Historic commercial flight from US to Cuba set to take off
FILE - In this Friday, June 10, 2016, file photo, American Airlines and JetBlue Airways charter flights wait to depart from Havana's Jose Marti International Airport.
Skies are open for first scheduled flights between U.S. and Cuba  Miami Herald
First US-Cuba scheduled flight in decades set to depart  Reuters
Asian shares ease ahead of US jobs data, oil slips
A pedestrian looks at an electronic board showing the various stock prices outside a brokerage in Tokyo, Japan, September 4, 2015.
Japan Shares a Bright Spot in Asia  Wall Street Journal
Asia markets trade mostly lower; Nikkei bucks trend on weaker yen  CNBC
Tribune Media inks deal to sell Tribune Tower to developer
Built in 1925, the neo-Gothic Tribune Tower was designed by New York architects Raymond Hood and John Mead Howells, who won a contest held by Chicago Tribune co-publishers Robert R. McCormick and Joseph Patterson to create the newspaper's ...
Tribune Media Agrees to Sell Tribune Tower to CIM Group  PR Newswire (press release)
Tribune Tower to be sold to CIM Group  Crain's Chicago Business
Meet the power players who really run $62 billion Uber
Travis Kalanick may be the public face of Uber, but he hasn't built the company by himself. Like any chief executive, Kalanick leans heavily on his team and direct reports to manage all parts of the business, from people operations internally to ...
Exclusive: Uber Poaches Senior Target Exec  Fortune
Uber hires Target exec as new president focused on marketing mission  USA TODAY
Mondelez Plans 'What's Next' After Hershey Rebuff
Now that a takeover of Hershey Co. HSY -10.76 % is off the table, snack giant Mondelez International Inc. MDLZ 3.95 % and its Chief Executive Irene Rosenfeld have signaled that ongoing cost cutting will be the way to profitability.
Hershey's failed deal renews image as a company not for sale  Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
US stocks are mostly lower as investors wait for jobs report  Business Insider
California farmworkers on edge over historic overtime bill
MENDOTA, Calif. - Many California farmworkers who make up the backbone of the nation's No. 1 agricultural state on Tuesday were praising historic legislation that brings them closer to receiving the same overtime pay as the rest of the state's workers ...
Bill to increase farm overtime moves to California governor  Business Insider
Long Hours May Soon Pay Better for California Farmworkers  Yahoo News
Warren Buffett-Backed BYD Rises To 14-Month High After Electric Car Sales Soar
Hong Kong-traded shares in Chinese auto and battery maker BYD rose 2.9% to a 14-month high of HK$53.75 on Tuesday after the Shenzhen-headquartered manufacturer announced a big increase in first-half profit on Monday.
Berkshire Hathaway Inc.'s Best Moves in 2016 So Far  Motley Fool
86 Reasons We Love Warren Buffett
United jumps after adding American's No. 2 to executive team
Shares of United Continental Holdings surged Tuesday after Monday's surprise hire of American Airlines Group's president strengthened its executive roster and won praise from industry analysts.
United completes leadership revamp with a surprise pick  The Seattle Times
United Continental's New President Gets Initial $5 Million Bonus  Wall Street Journal
Japan factory output flat in July, weak demand clouds outlook
Factory chimneys are seen at Keihin industrial zone in Kawasaki, south of Tokyo, Japan, August 18, 2016. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon/File Photo.
Japan factory output disappoints in July  Yahoo News
Japan's Industrial Output Falls Flat, Keeping Pressure on BOJ  Bloomberg