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NFL Dropping Tax-Exempt Status
One of the more confusing and misunderstood aspects of professional sports has been the NFL's tax-exempt status. Much ire has been directed at the league over the idea that a multi-billion dollar industry could be exempt from taxes.
NFL gives up tax exempt status  CNNMoney
NFL relinquishing tax-exempt status  Sacramento Bee
Daily American Online  
First on CNN: US-flagged ship intercepted by Iranian patrol
Washington (CNN) A U.S.-flagged ship was recently intercepted by an Iran Revolutionary Guard naval patrol, the U.S. Navy revealed to CNN Tuesday.
UPDATE 3-US says Iranian forces fire on and board cargo ship in Gulf  Reuters
Iran's Revolutionary Guard Detains Cargo Ship Flagged to US Protectorate  U.S. News & World Report
Utah Consumer Attitude Index Drops Drops as Gasoline Prices Continue to Rise
However, according to Utah consumers, the current employment outlook is strong, and a high percentage of Utah consumers assess business conditions in their area as either good or normal.
US consumer confidence slides in April  Columbia Daily Tribune
Americans' Confidence Ebbs, Catching Up With Spending Slowdown  Bloomberg
Apple sweetens S&P 500 buyback and dividend boom
Apple is leading a surge in US companies returning cash to shareholders, with S&P 500 equity investors set to receive a record $1tn from buybacks and dividends this year.
Apple the No.1 Dividend Payer But Not For Long  Fox Business
Earnings Suggest Apple (AAPL) is Back to the Glory Days  Nasdaq
Ford Raises North American Margin Forecast Citing F-150 Progress
Ford Motor Co. raised its North American profit margin forecast for the year, showing confidence that it will soon move beyond the changeover that has crimped F-150 production for more than a year.
Ford's first-quarter pre-tax profit rises  The Detroit News
Ford CFO Bob Shanks Says Second Half of the Year Will Be Brighter
US consumer bureau fines Regions Bank for overdraft practices
(Reuters) - The U.S. consumer financial regulator on Tuesday fined Regions Bank $7.5 million for charging overdraft fees to customers who had not opted into that service, marking its first action against a bank for illegal overdraft practices.
CFPB fines Regions Bank $7.5 million for overdraft fees  Washington Post
Regions Bank Fined $7.5 Million for Illegal Overdraft Fees  New York Times
S&P/Case-Shiller: February 2015
Today's release of the S&P/Case-Shiller (CSI) home price indices for February reported that the non-seasonally adjusted National index increased from January with prices rising 0.14%, while the non-seasonally adjusted Composite-10 city index increased ...
Shocker! Home Prices Are Up, Says Another Unsurprising Report News
Home Price Growth Slows In February, S&P/Case-Shiller Says  Forbes
Bumble Bee and managers charged over pressure cooker death of worker
LOS ANGELES, April 28 (Reuters) - Bumble Bee Foods and two former managers of the San Diego-based tuna fish company have been charged with criminal safety violations after an employee burned to death inside a pressurized steam cooker.
Bumble Bee Foods charged after man cooked with tuna  USA TODAY
Tuna company charged after employee burned to death in oven  Washington Post
Dollar Falls Ahead of Fed Statement
A broad measure of the dollar's value dropped to a nine-week low on yet another downbeat data point, as investors grew cautious ahead of a statement from the Federal Reserve due Wednesday.
With economy uncertain, no Fed rate hike is seen before fall  Columbia Daily Tribune
Fed could give clues on first interest rate hike  USA TODAY
This new Amazon store really means business
The retail giant launches Amazon Business, posing a new challenge to chains such as Staples and promising hard-to-find goods ranging from antibodies to industrial deep fryers.
Amazon Launches Amazon Business Marketplace, Will Close AmazonSupply  Forbes
Amazon goes B2B with new business marketplace  The Seattle Times (registration)