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Google faces years of EU oversight on top of record antitrust fine
European Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager holds a news conference at the EU Commission's headquarters in Brussels, Belgium, June 27, 2017.
Google fined record $2.7 billion in EU antitrust ruling  The Boston Globe
These Google Search Results Show Why Europe is Mad  Bloomberg
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Cyberattack Reaches Asia as New Targets Hit by Ransomware
A new cyberattack similar to WannaCry has reached Asia after spreading from Europe to the U.S. overnight, hitting businesses, port operators and government systems.
Massive cyberattack hits Europe with widespread ransom demands  Washington Post
'They sow chaos wherever they can': A familiar actor may be behind ...  Business Insider
Madoff settlements reach $12 billion with new accords
NEW YORK (Reuters) - The trustee recouping money for Bernard Madoff's victims on Tuesday announced nearly $371 million of new settlements with two groups of offshore funds that invested with the imprisoned Ponzi schemer, boosting the total recovery to ...
Madoff's Sons' Estates Will Get $4 Million  U.S. News & World Report
Madoff sons' estates to hand over millions in legal settlement  CBS News
Coins thrown into plane engine by elderly passenger for 'luck'
A superstitious elderly passenger delayed a flight in Shanghai after throwing coins at the engine for good luck, a Chinese airline has confirmed.
Flight delayed due to elderly lady throwing coins into engine for good luck  SFGate
Flight delayed after woman tosses coins into engine  New York Post
Billionaire Warren Buffett says 'the real problem' with the US economy is ...
With a net worth of more than $75 billion, Buffett is currently the second richest man alive, according to Forbes. As the CEO of investing house Berkshire Hathaway, he is hallowed as the Oracle of Omaha.
Berkshire Hathaway: The Tale of 2 Recent Deals  Motley Fool
Buffett Says He Wouldn't Take Credit for Stock Jump If President  Bloomberg
Euro rallies, weak dollar lifts oil; stocks slip
Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York, U.S., June 2, 2017. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid. 1/2. left.
Asia markets mostly lower after Senate delays health-care vote, Draghi hints ...  CNBC
Stocks Flat, Bonds Drop Amid Central Bank Comments: Markets Wrap  Bloomberg
A Sign to Go Slow on the $15 Minimum Wage
One thing almost all economic studies agree on these days is that higher minimum wages don't throw many people out of work. A recent study of Seattle's high-profile plan to raise minimum pay to $15 an hour by three University of California Berkeley ...
The $15 disaster: Seattle's grim warning for NYC  New York Post
The Seattle Minimum Wage Study Is Utter BS  Fortune
Trump's Company Gets Millions So Toronto Hotel Can Erase Brand
Donald Trump's business will be paid millions of dollars to release the owner of a Toronto hotel complex from using his name. Get the latest on global politics in your inbox, every day.
Here's What Trump's Latest Failure Tells Us About His Business Empire  Mother Jones
Trump Organization gets millions in deal as name stripped from Toronto hotel  New York Daily News
Millennials Like to Eat Out
NEW YORK (AP) - Millennials may be shunning some habits beloved by past generations, but one restaurant company CEO says they still want to go to sit-down chains like Olive Garden.
People really love eating at Olive Garden  CNNMoney
Olive Garden Comeback Helps Fuel Rally at Darden Restaurants  Bloomberg
The McMansion, ultimate symbol of the pre-recession boom, is back
If there's anything that typifies the boom times before the Great Recession, it is the McMansion. These sprawling houses proliferated around the country in the 2000s, as banks shelled out easy credit to fuel a housing bacchanalia they thought would ...
Zillow vs. McMansion Hell: Seattle company not backing off fight with blog ...  Seattle Times
Lawyers Rally to Save 'McMansion Hell' from Zillow's Copyright Claim  Fortune