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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.
Tax Experts Check Out Arguments From Apple Over Ruling  New York Times
Apple Ireland Ruling Could Be the End of Easy European Tax Deals  Bloomberg
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Asian shares ease, taking cue from Wall Street, oil slips
A pedestrian looks at an electronic board showing the various stock prices outside a brokerage in Tokyo, Japan, September 4, 2015.
Asia markets trade mostly lower; Nikkei bucks trend on weaker yen  CNBC
Asia stocks bounce, dollar dips on Fed hike doubts  Business Insider
Tribune Media inks deal to sell Tribune Tower to developer
Built in 1925, the neo-Gothic Tribune Tower was designed by New York architects Raymond Hood and John Mead Howells, who won a contest held by Chicago Tribune co-publishers Robert R. McCormick and Joseph Patterson to create the newspaper's ...
Tribune Media to Sell Iconic Tribune Tower in Roughly $240 Million Deal  Wall Street Journal
Tribune Tower to be sold to CIM Group  Crain's Chicago Business
Wall St. weighed by Apple but banks shine on
A trader works on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) shortly after the opening bell in New York, U.S., August 30, 2016.
Wall Street falls as Apple drags down tech stocks  StreetInsider.com
Wall St. ends slightly lower as banks offset Apple drag  Metro.us
USDA closes offices in five states after anonymous threats
CHICAGO The U.S. Department of Agriculture has closed six offices in five states after receiving anonymous threats, a USDA spokesman said on Tuesday, and police were investigating similar threats to faculty members from at least two universities in ...
USDA Offices Closed After Anonymous Email Threats  Wall Street Journal
US Department of Agriculture closes 6 offices after threat  CNN
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 exec as new president focused on marketing mission  USA TODAY
Bill to increase farm overtime moves to California governor
Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez, D-San Diego, receives congratulations from Assemblyman Jimmy Gomez, D-Los Angeles after the Assembly approved her bill requiring farmworkers to receive overtime pay after working eight hours, at the Capitol, Monday ...
Long Hours May Soon Pay Better for California Farmworkers  Yahoo News
UPDATE 2: Farmworker overtime bill draws fire  The Salinas Californian
Japan factory output flat in July, weak demand clouds outlook
Factory chimneys are seen at Keihin industrial zone in Kawasaki, south of Tokyo, Japan, August 18, 2016. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon/File Photo.
Japan's Industrial Output Unchanged in July, Missing Estimates  Bloomberg
Japan sees flat industrial output in July  MarketWatch
Oil Heads for Biggest Monthly Gain Since April Before OPEC Talks
Oil is poised for the biggest monthly advance since April amid speculation informal talks among OPEC members in Algeria next month may result in action to stabilize the market.
Oil Slides on OPEC Uncertainty, Inventory Forecast  Wall Street Journal
US crude settles down 1.34 pct at $46.35 amid dollar strength  CNBC
United completes leadership revamp with a surprise pick
United Continental Holding's CEO is rapidly building a deeper management team with the hire of a new president that even caught Wall Street analysts by surprise.
United Continental's New President Gets Initial $5 Million Bonus  Wall Street Journal
How a New Hire Added $1.5 Billion to United Airline's Market Cap  Fortune