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The Latest: Berkshire investors reject climate change report
OMAHA, Neb. - The Latest on Berkshire Hathaway's annual shareholders meeting, where tens of thousands of people have listened to CEO Warren Buffett and Vice Chairman Charlie Munger talk business for several hours (all times local): 4:15 p.m..
Consumer brands are underdogs in today's Berkshire, but they still hold ...  Omaha World-Herald
Warren Buffett admires fellow billionaire Jeff Bezos  CNNMoney
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Puerto Rico debt rescue plan engulfed in Great Recession 'bailout' politics
House members left Washington Friday for a week-long recess without taking action on a fiscal rescue for Puerto Rico, days before the territory's development bank is set to default on a payment to bondholders and deepen the economic crisis there.
'Hamilton' creator fights for Puerto Rico's debt problem  New York Post
Puerto Rico may face onslaught of lawsuits as default looms large  Fox News Latino
Target's Perception Takes A Hit After Transgender Bathroom Statement
Target put itself in the center of the national debate about bathroom use and gender and thanks to a boycott and lots of press, the retailer's consumer perception has declined.
Target brand perception falls, but it's not 'catastrophic'  KING5.com
Sorry Bigots, Your Facebook Memes Are Wrong  Daily Beast
The Fed Will Not Increase Rates: The Export Perspective
Among the various factors that play an important role in the policymaker's decision to increase interest rates, the dollar and its impact on exports is a key consideration.
US economy struggles at start of election year  mySanAntonio.com
5 Things to Know About the Economy  U.S. News & World Report
Damn, Daniel! video drives sales of white Vans way up
White slip-on Vans shoes have been all the rage as of late, and the statistics are all the proof anyone needs. But what has made these shoes so popular?
Thanks to “Damn, Daniel” white Vans had a great quarter  Quartz
Vans Shoe Company Enjoys Massive Spike in Sales Following Success of ...  TheBlaze.com
Chobani's CEO is giving up to 10 percent of his company to employees
Greek yogurt is known for being rich in flavor and protein. Now, some employees at Chobani could become rich themselves. On Tuesday, founder and CEO Hamdi Ulukaya announced that he would be giving all of his 2,000 full-time workers awards that could ...
Rex Smith: A generous countryman, and a lesson  Albany Times Union (blog)
Why Chobani Gave Employees A Financial Stake In Company's Future  NPR
Oracle buys Textura for $663 million, eyes engineering, construction cloud ...
Special Feaure. The Industry Cloud: Why It's Next. Coud computing has engulfed lots of IT, but one of the untapped regions of the tech and business world is the industry cloud, focusing on vertical industries and more specialized applications.
Oracle (ORCL) to Acquire Textura (TXTR) in ~$663M Deal  StreetInsider.com
Chinese Appear Underwhelmed by Under Armour Knockoff
Under Armour has been on a roll in China, with sales nearly tripling in the first three months of this year from a year earlier. Credit Justin Sullivan/Getty Images.
Under Armour Knockoff Brand Causes Uproar  Footwear News
Hello, Under Armour... Meet Uncle Martian  The Straits Times
How Amazon convinced you to pay up for shopping
NEW YORK - Amazon is clearly entering its Prime. Meaning, of course, its $100 annual membership program, now a decade old, which has accomplished the remarkable feat of convincing millions of people to pay an annual fee for the privilege of, well, ...
Jeff Bezos Tops Carlos Slim As The Fourth-Richest Person In The World (Again)  Benzinga
Amazon's Jeff Bezos Makes $6 Billion in One Afternoon  Vanity Fair
Mortgage rates wander upward but may be headed back down
Bond yields had been heading higher, bringing mortgage rates along with them. Then the Federal Reserve met this week, opting not to raise its benchmark rate.
Freddie Mac: Mortgage Rates Rise For 2nd Straight Week  The Mortgage Reports (blog)
Average US rate on 30-year mortgage rises to 3.66 percent  U.S. News & World Report