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EU to hand Apple hefty 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's Day of Reckoning Comes With Billion-Euro Tax Risk  Bloomberg
EU Set to Rule Apple Tax Deals With Ireland Illegal  Wall Street Journal
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What Happens When a Central Bank Buys Property Stocks
The Bank of Japan's bazooka was meant to light a fire under property stocks. Like everything in real estate, it depends on the location.
Japan household spending stubbornly weak even as jobless rate hits 21-year...  Reuters
The Bank of Japan Is Stuck in the Stone Age  Barron's
Mondelez Drops Offer for Hershey
Oreo cookie maker Mondelez International Inc. MDLZ -0.05 % ended its pursuit of Hershey Co. HSY 0.71 % after the famed chocolatier rebuffed its latest acquisition offer, putting an end to a monthslong takeover campaign that would have created the world ...
Mondelez abandons pursuit of US chocolate maker Hershey  Reuters
Mondelez Abandons Its Efforts to Combine With Hershey  New York Times
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 2-week high
An offshore oil platform is seen at the Bouri Oil Field off the coast of Libya August 3, 2015. REUTERS/Darrin Zammit Lupi/Files. By Roslan Khasawneh | SINGAPORE.
Oil prices rise as dollar retreats from two-week high  Business Insider
Oil Prices Decline on Fed Rate Rise Jitters  Wall Street Journal
Iowa at center of debate over 'shadow insurance' deals
This undated photo provided by Jeffrey Belth shows Joseph M. Belth, a professor emeritus of insurance at Indiana University. Belth has been an outspoken critic of the practice of "shadow insurance," in which life insurers create subsidiaries to take on ...
Wellmark, other insurers see earnings dips in spite of increasing premium costs  Business Record
Insurance rate hikes approved for thousands of Iowans  DesMoinesRegister.com
As labor tensions simmer, Southwest Airlines and its pilots take big step ...
Southwest Airlines pilots leave after staging pickets to protest the drawn-out negotiations over a new labor contract at the corner of Mockingbird Lane and Cedar Springs Road in Dallas, Wednesday, Feb. 3, 2016.
Southwest Reaches Agreement in Principle on Pilot Contract  Bloomberg
Southwest Airlines And Pilot Union Reach Tentative Agreement  PR Newswire (press release)
New mandatory prison sentence bill inspired by Stanford sexual assault heads ...
Brock Turner was sentenced to six months in jail for sexually assaulting an unconscious woman. (Santa Clara County Sheriff's Office).
Bill to increase farm overtime moves to California governor  Washington Post
California Farmworker Overtime Changes Cheered By Union  CBS Local
Stocks jump as Dow, S&P 500 breaks 3-day losing streak
U.S. stocks closed higher Monday and the Dow broke a 3-day losing streak even as investors continue to calculate the odds of a Federal Reserve interest-rate hike later this year.
No Fear of the Fed for Futures or in Asia  TheStreet.com
U.S. Rate Prospects Strengthen Financial Stocks  Nasdaq
Businesses Expected to Spend $2.7 Trillion on IT by 2020
Companies may not be buying as much hardware for their data centers as they used to, but that doesn't mean they aren't spending money on information technology.
Digital transformation is giving IT spending a big boost  PCWorld
PC Market Outlook Changes Little Despite Second Quarter Strength, According ...  Business Wire (press release)