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5 Arrested for Posing as IRS Agents in $2 Million Phone Scam
Five people in Miami were arrested for allegedly impersonating IRS agents in a telephone scam that defrauded more than 1,000 people and netted them about $2 million, a top Treasury Department official said Tuesday.
Feds: 5 arrested, accused of posing as IRS agents  Morganton News Herald
Local residents report increase in IRS phone scams  Four States Homepage  
Lawmaker raises alarm over bank hacks
Recent hacks of international banks through the SWIFT messaging system raise serious questions about cyber-related risks to U.S. firms, Rep. Carolyn B. Maloney (D-N.
Swift Moves to Harden Customers' Security  Wall Street Journal
Swift CEO to Say More Banks May Have Been Breached by Hackers  Bloomberg
Asian shares gain, dollar firm as US data soothes rate fears
TOKYO/SINGAPORE Asian shares jumped on Wednesday, taking cues from sharp gains in European and U.S. markets, while the dollar firmed as upbeat U.S.
EUR/USD falls to 1-month low, amid increased expectations for June hike  Nasdaq
Here's Why Wall Street Had Its Best Day in Three Months  Fortune
Why Obama's overtime rule may barely dent the economy
President Obama's new overtime rule have been trashed as a job killer by conservatives and heralded as a salve for the middle class by liberals.
E.J. Dionne: Fighting phony 'populism'
White House Overtime Rules Hammer Private Sector, Exempt Public Sector  Breitbart News
NY board poised to OK $485M for solar plant amid questions
A state oversight board controlled by the New York Legislature and Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo is set to authorize spending another $485 million to complete a solar panel production plant, the centerpiece of Cuomo's "Buffalo Billion" economic ...
$1 Billion Went to Buffalo. Cuomo Donors Benefited.  New York Times
IBM Hired Influential Lobbyist Months Before Securing Buffalo Billion Deal  Gotham Gazette
As apps make it easier to seek refunds, Amazon limits its reimbursement policy
Many online retailers promise price protection to customers, but after making a purchase, few shoppers take the time to compare prices across the Web and file claims for partial refunds.
Amazon Is No Longer Protecting Customers From After-Purchase Price Drops  AppAdvice
Want an adjustment if a price drops? Not at Amazon  CBS News
Autonomous taxi startup hits the gas
A Cambridge startup has fueled its plans to develop a fleet of self-driving taxis with $16 million in venture funding. “This ends up being a global market opportunity that measures in the trillions of dollars,” said Karl Iagnemma, co-founder and chief ...
Self-Driving Car Startup nuTonomy Raises $16 Million in Funding  Wall Street Journal
Yet another autonomous-car startup receives millions in funding  CNET
Pipeline at Center of Altamont Pass Oil Spill Also Ruptured Last September
California's fire marshal has launched an investigation into an oil pipeline rupture that spilled at least 20,000 gallons of crude near Tracy over the weekend - eight months after the same pipeline had a break in a similar location.
Crisis of the Week: Plains All American Tries to Contain Reputation After Spill  Wall Street Journal (blog)
California oil pipeline fixed after thousands of gallons spill
Time limits suspended for fuel trucks after pipeline outages
LANSING, Mich. (AP) - Truckers transporting fuel in Michigan can spend more time on the road in response to pipeline interruptions in Wisconsin and Detroit.
Governor declares Energy Emergency, gas prices spike  WNWN-FM
Pipeline Oil Spill Exercise Planned For St. Clair River
Oil clings to plants along the Kalamazoo River after an oil spill of approximately 840,000 gallons of crude oil July 28, 2010 in Marshall.
St. Clair River site of pretend oil spill this week
Drill to test oil spill response in St. Clair River  Michigan Radio