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Asian shares edge up, Fed views hurt some markets
TOKYO Asian shares edged higher on Monday but gains were capped by concerns that market volatility may intensify as the U.S. central bank prepares to raise interest rates for the first time in six years.
Asian shares edge down on US rate hike bets  Irish Times
Asian shares little changed, while Fed views hurt some markets  BDlive
Law expert: Feds may push GM guilty plea
Decision in delayed ignition switch recall to come as Justice Dept. has been taking harder line on corporate wrongdoing. Loading… Post to Facebook.
Feds Find Criminal Wrongdoing In GM Ignition Switch Case  Tech Times
GM inquiry said to find criminal wrongdoing  San Antonio Express-News (subscription)
Oil trades sideways as markets weigh demand, supply metrics
Crude-oil futures traded sideways in early Asian trade Monday as investors weighed signals of global oil demand growth and U.S. oil supply, and amid caution ahead OPEC's next meeting in early-June.
Oil Trades Near $60 as Retreat in U.S. Drilling-Rig Count Slows  Bloomberg
Crude oil futures edge up 0.31% on positive Asian cues  Business Standard
Amazon now paying tax in Germany and UK
Online retailer Amazon has started paying tax on profits from its sales to German customers in Germany instead of in Luxembourg. The change took effect on May 1, Sueddeutsche Zeitung daily quoted the company as saying on Sunday.
Amazon to stop funnelling taxes through Luxembourg  Irish Times
Amazon changes tax practices in Europe as investigations continue - WSJ  Reuters
Greece to continue paying debts after ruling leftist party rejects call to miss IMF ...
File-This March 20, 2015, file photo shows Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras gesturing toward the press as he leaves an EU summit in Brussels.
Greece leaders reject call to miss IMF payment  Irish Examiner
If talks fail, Grexit will be inevitable  Independent Online
Anything but coal: solar the most popular energy source in Australia
Solar energy is the most popular source of electricity in Australia with more than three times the backing of coal-fired or nuclear power, a survey by Ipsos has found.
Renewable energy: a freeze on new letters of intent  DAWN.com
Light on NC solar industry focused on ending preferences  Greenville Daily Reflector
Protesters Rally Worldwide against Genetically Modified Organisms
Hundreds of thousands of environmentalists and health concerned activists rallied May 23 in more than 400 cities worldwide to protest against the leading producer of genetically modified seeds Monsanto Corp, its business practices, and the dangers GMOs ...
Hundreds Take to the Capitol to Protest Monsanto  FOX40
100s march in Vegas as part of protest against Monsanto  Washington Times
Local gas station hit hard on Sunday of holiday weekend
With most of United Petroleum's loyal customers away on vacation and not being located off a central highway, that makes for bad business until customers return.
Travel Tips This Memorial Day Weekend  CBS Local
It's Memorial Day, so gas prices have to go up, right?  WFAA
Coast Guard, agencies respond to Cook Inlet fuel spill
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) - The Coast Guard is responding to a fuel spill in southeastern Cook Inlet. The Alaska Dispatch News reports (http://bit.
Rough seas blamed for Cook Inlet fuel spill  Kenai Peninsula Online
BlackBerry announces more lay-offs
BlackBerry is laying off an unspecified number of workers around the world as the struggling smartphone manufacturer tries to make its device business profitable.
BlackBerry to cut jobs worldwide, impact on India unlikely  Business Standard
BlackBerry lays off unspecified number of employees globally  San Jose Mercury News