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Huckabee Aims for Seniors with Social Security Pitch in Florida
Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee delivered a strong defense of government safety net programs for seniors at a candidate forum in Florida Tuesday, aiming for retired voters in a state rich with them.
Jeb Bush backs higher Social Security retirement age. Big issue for 2016 ...  Christian Science Monitor
Video: Jeb Bush In Favor Of Raising Retirement Age  RTT News
Wall Street Journal (blog)  
With the Altera deal done, what's Intel's FPGA strategy?
Now that Intel has secured Altera for $16.7 billion and has a deal with eASIC, Intel is firmly in the Field Programmable Grid Array (FPGA) business.
Will Altera (ALTR) Stock Fall on Lower Rating?  TheStreet.com
Intel: An Expensive Expansive Strategy  Seeking Alpha
Obamacare sticker shock: Big rate hikes proposed for 2016
NEW YORK (CNNMoney) - Hold onto your wallets … many insurers want to substantially hike rates on Obamacare policies for 2016. Many are proposing double-digit premium increases for individual policies, with some companies looking to boost rates ...
Health insurers propose higher premiums next year  Marquette Mining Journal
Blue Cross' $71 Billion Shift From Fee-For-Service Medicine Escalates  Forbes
Euro surges on inflation as investors seek clarity on Greece
The euro rose nearly 1 percent against the dollar on Tuesday, as investors sought clarity over Greece's debt crisis. By Nigel Stephenson, Reuters June 2, 2015.
Greece Casts Shadow as ECB Gauges Strength of Recovery  New York Times
European Central Bank to emphasize stimulus won't be called off early ...  Fox News
Dollar General Shares Rise After Profit Tops Analysts' Estimates
Dollar General Corp. shares rose the most in almost six months after first-quarter profit topped analysts' estimates, helped by sales of tobacco, candy and health products.
Dollar General (DG) Beats on Q1 Earnings, Sales Miss - Tale of the Tape  Nasdaq
Dollar General beats Q1 profits, misses sales; on track to open 730 stores  Chain Store Age
Auto Makers Posted Stronger-Than-Expected US Sales in May
Several top auto makers logged stronger-than-expected U.S. vehicle sales in May, adding to the industry's momentum this year. General Motors Co.
Detroit Big Three May Sales Top Estimates, Aided by Holiday Push  Bloomberg
Fiat Chrysler Canadian sales roughly flat in May  Reuters
Wall Street pares losses as data, Fed comments allay rate hike fears
U.S. stocks were lower in late morning trading, paring some of their losses earlier in the session, as weak factory orders data and bearish comments from a Federal Reserve board member allayed fears of a rate hike coming sooner rather than later.
Fed's Brainard: First-quarter weakness makes it too early to hike rates  MarketWatch
Fed''s Brainard Wants More Economic Progress Before Rate Rises  Nasdaq
Walmart to Raise Starting Pay for Some Managers in US
Walmart said on Tuesday that it would raise the starting wage for more than 100,000 managers in the United States, the second time this year the retail giant has announced wage increases for its store workers.
Walmart to Raise Wages for 100000 U.S. Workers  DailyFinance
Walmart managers get a raise  CNNMoney
Toys 'R' Us Names IPO Veteran David Brandon As Its Next CEO
Toys "R" Us Inc. appointed a new chief executive with little retailing experience but a track record of taking companies public.
Toys R Us CEO Urcelay retiring, Brandon named as successor  Sacramento Bee
Toys 'R' Us Hires Former Domino's Pizza Chief to Be Its Next CEO  Bloomberg
US Stocks Pare Losses, Awaiting Greek Resolution
U.S. stocks pared early losses Tuesday, tracking swings in European markets amid the latest twists in Greece's debt standoff. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 19 points, or 0.1%, to 18021, curbing early-session losses of more than 100 points.
U.S. Stocks Open Lower, Awaiting Greek Resolution  Nasdaq
Dow Jones Industrial Average Fights Back from Early Sell-Off  Schaeffers Research (blog)