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What would it take to put CBS and Viacom together again?
Sumner Redstone had his reasons when he split his media empire into two separate corporations a decade ago: He had two strong top executives whom he wanted to keep happy, and more than enough successful businesses to go around.
Who Got Rich This Week: Power Struggle Breeds Nine Digit Gain For Ailing ...  Forbes
Summer Redstone Says He's Weighing Changes to Viacom's Leadership  Newsmax
Yellen says Fed rate hike likely appropriate in coming months
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. The Federal Reserve should raise interest rates "in the coming months" if the economy picks up as expected and jobs continue to be generated, U.S.
Do-Nothingism, a Fine Idea for the Fed  New York Times
Yellen: Rate hike in coming months would be "appropriate"  CBS News
Top CEO Pay Fell — Yes, Fell — in 2015
That's how much compensation Wells Fargo's chief executive, John G. Stumpf, was awarded last year, making him perfectly representative of the best-paid chief executives in the country.
CEO pay climbs again, even as their stock prices don't  Waterbury Republican American
Female CEOs See Pay Rise, But Numbers Remain Small  CIO Today
Memorial Day Sales: Here's Where to Score Some Big Deals
It's Memorial Day weekend, which means it's time to hangout with family, fire up the grill, and, of course, get in on some serious sales!
16 best Memorial Day deals and discounts of 2016: NerdWallet  USA TODAY
Memorial Day Weekend 2016 sales, store hours, deals
Massachusetts Moves Closer To Banning Plastic Shopping Bags
BOSTON (CBS) - “Paper or plastic?” may soon be a question of the past in Massachusetts. The state senate added a measure to their budget package on Thursday that would ban plastic bags from major retailers, the State House News Service reports.
Mass. Senate moves to ban plastic shopping bags  The Boston Globe
Retailers balk at push for ban on single-use plastic bags  Lowell Sun
Sanders condemns pro-austerity “colonial takeover” of Puerto Rico; Clinton ...
Bernie calls U.S. debt crisis plan "morally unacceptable" and a gift for "vulture capitalists." Hillary backs it.
Puerto Rico hotels focus on zika protection to provide guests worry-free ...  Caribbean News Now (press release) (blog)
U.S. bill on Puerto Rico described as 'colonial-style takeover'  Digital Journal
Local couple threatened by scam share their story to warn others
Lloyd Johnson is just one of the many who fell victim to a scam when he got a terrifying message on his answering machine. "I was real scared," said Johnson.
Lumberton police, IRS warn of widespread tax scam  Winston-Salem Journal
New twist to IRS scam costing Ohioans thousands  Norwalk Reflector
Here's How Much Money You Need To Afford Rent In Every State
A banner advertising units for rent hangs on the side of an apartment building in San Francisco. San Francisco is the metro area where people need the highest incomes to comfortably afford rent for a typical apartment, according to a report released ...
Dave Denslow: Tax policy is biased against renters  Gainesville Sun
Affordable housing tough to find in SLO County, California  The San Luis Obispo Tribune
GM killing off its trusty Buick Verano compact car
General Motors has made it official: It is ending production of the Buick's midsize sedan. The well-regarded Verano compact will become the latest car model to disappear as consumers increasingly demand boxy SUVs and crossovers instead of conventional ...
Buick to end Verano production, sales in US  The Detroit News
GM to End Production of Buick Verano Before End of Year  Fortune
Mortgages: Know before you owe
Americans currently owe more than 8 trillion dollars to mortgage lenders. That's a lot of money, and yet many people still don't understand how it all works.
Mortgage rates rise in anticipation of possible action by the Federal Reserve  Washington Post
Guaranteed Rate Review 2016  NerdWallet (blog)