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EU to hand Apple multi-billion dollar Irish tax bill: sources
A customer enters the new Apple store, which is the world's largest, on its opening day at Covent Garden in London August 7, 2010.
Apple Could Face Back Taxes of More Than 1 Billion Euros with EU Ruling  Fortune
Apple's Irish tax threat: What you need to know  CNBC
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Most Asia markets head up, but better-than-expected data fails to boost Nikkei
The benchmark Nikkei 225 closed nearly flat, down 0.07 percent, or 12.13 points, at 16,725.36, while the Topix edged down 0.43 point, or 0.03 percent, to 1,312.81.
Asia stocks bounce, investors no clearer on Fed  Reuters
Buoyant Commodities Give Asian Markets a Boost  Wall Street Journal
Mondelez abandons pursuit of US chocolate maker Hershey
A Hershey's chocolate bar is shown in this photo illustration in Encinitas, California, U.S. January 29, 2015. REUTERS/Mike Blake/File Photo.
Why Mondelez gave up on acquiring Hershey  Crain's Chicago Business
Mondelez Drops Offer for Hershey  Wall Street Journal
Amazon pilots 30-hour work week
Seattle's e-commerce behemoth Amazon is yet again trying something new. The company is piloting a program of teams entirely composed of 30-hour-per-week workers.
Amazon tests 30-hour week for some teams of employees  The Seattle Times
Amazon 30-Hour Workweek: Company Tests Reduced Employee Schedule  Newsmax
BREXIT FALLOUT: Business expansion plans hit the weakest level in 3 years
The CBI quarterly report, the first since the June vote to leave the European Union, also found that optimism in business and professional services fell at the fastest pace since November 2011.
Eurozone Confidence Wanes as UK Sentiment Rebounds  Wall Street Journal
RPT-Options sought as Merkel's radio silence complicates path to soft ...  Reuters
Decline of unions has hurt all workers: study
The steep decline in union membership in recent decades has had an outsize effect on the American workforce, tamping down wage increases for nonunion workers, a new study says.
Why The Decline Of Unions Has Lowered Pay For All Workers  Huffington Post
As Union Membership Declines, Organized Labor Focuses on Nonunion Workers  The American Prospect
Ritchie Bros to buy U.S. e-commerce site IronPlanet for $758 million
(Reuters) - Canadian industrial auctioneer Ritchie Bros Auctioneers Inc said it will buy IronPlanet, a privately held U.S. e-commerce site for used equipment, for about $758.5 million, as it looks to diversify its portfolio.
Ritchie Bros. and Caterpillar Inc. Announce Strategic Alliance  PR Newswire (press release)
Ritchie Bros. to acquire online equipment auctioneer IronPlanet for $758.5 ...  Equipment World Magazine
American Airlines President Moves to United Continental
The president of American Airlines Group Inc., AAL -0.17 % who was let go on Monday with more than $13 million in severance pay, is immediately taking up the same senior role at rival United Continental Holdings Inc., UAL 0.17 % in one of the most ...
United Hires American's No. 2 in Boost to Succession Planning  Bloomberg
United hires president dropped by American  USA TODAY
Oil prices rise as dollar comes off two-week high
View of gasoline pumps at a petrol station in Paris in Paris, France, May 26, 2016. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier. By Roslan Khasawneh | SINGAPORE.
Oil prices nudged higher by bargain hunting  MarketWatch
Brent, NYMEX rebound in Asia as market looks ahead to API estimates  Nasdaq
Southwest Reaches Agreement in Principle on Pilot Contract
Southwest Airlines Co. and its pilots union agreed on the basics of a contract that will increase pilot pay and retirement benefits and enable the carrier to enter international marketing agreements and fly the latest model of the Boeing Co.
8000 Southwest pilots may soon get a raise  CNNMoney
Southwest Flies Towards Labor Peace, Clearing Some Turbulence for Investors  TheStreet.com