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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.
Europe's Apple Tax Ambush  Wall Street Journal
Apple Ireland Ruling Could Be the End of Easy European Tax Deals  Bloomberg
New York Times  
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 Marketing Chief to Oversee Operations (3)  The Boston Globe
Tribune Media inks deal to sell Tribune Tower to developer
Los Angeles-based developer CIM Group has agreed to buy Tribune Tower for up to $240 million, marking the end of media ownership for the historic North Michigan Avenue building and the beginning of a new chapter, likely as part of a mixed-use ...
Tribune Media to Sell Iconic Tribune Tower in Roughly $240 Million Deal  Wall Street Journal
Tribune Media Agrees to Sell Tribune Tower to CIM Group  PR Newswire (press release)
Here's When the Dell-EMC Deal Is Now Set to Close
Dell's mega-billion dollar acquisition of EMC and its affiliate companies is slated to close on September 7, Dell announced on Tuesday.
EMC Stock Higher, Dell's $63 Billion Deal Closing Next Week
Long Hours May Soon Pay Better for California Farmworkers
California's long-struggling farmworkers, who labor in harsh conditions to harvest more than a third of all vegetables grown in the U.S.
California farmworkers on edge over historic overtime bill  U.S. News & World Report
Why California's New Farmworker Overtime Bill May Not Mean Bigger Paychecks  KQED
Wall St. weighed by Apple but banks shine on
NEW YORK Apple Inc was the largest weight on U.S. stock indexes on Tuesday after antitrust regulators ordered the company to pay about $14.5 billion in back taxes to the Irish government, but gains in bank shares partly offset the decline.
Wall Street falls as Apple drags down tech stocks
Increase in U.S. home prices slightly less than forecast
NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. single-family home prices rose slightly less than expected on an annual basis in June, and were down from the prior month, a survey showed on Tuesday.
US consumer confidence rises in sign economy is improving  Washington Post
Atlanta home price gains outpace nation  Atlanta Journal Constitution
US consumer confidence in August highest in 11 months
FILE - In this Wednesday, Dec. 2, 2015, file photo, a woman shops in an Aeropostale clothing store, in New York. On Tuesday, Aug. 30, 2016, the Conference Board releases its August index on U.S.
The Conference Board Consumer Confidence Index Improved in August  PR Newswire (press release)
Consumer confidence at highest in nearly a year  CNBC
Uber, Alphabet autonomous car rivalry heats up
The race by companies to develop autonomous cars is making rivals out of old friends as is evident from the exit of Alphabet's senior executive David Drummond from the board of Uber Technologies.
Google Plans to Take on Uber, Lyft with Waze-Focused Ridesharing Service (blog)
Japanese Shares Advance as Yen Near One-Month Low; Oil Declines
Japanese shares rose to a one-month high as the yen held near its weakest level since July, brightening prospects for exporters. Crude oil fell for a third day.
Most Asia markets head up, but better-than-expected data fails to boost Nikkei  CNBC
US STOCKS-Wall St flat as investors look for clues on rates  Reuters