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Most big US banks pass Fed's stress test, boosting shareholder payouts
NEW YORK/WASHINGTON Nearly all of the largest U.S. banks are on steady enough footing to increase payouts to shareholders, the U.S.
Fed Rejects Deutsche Bank Trust's Capital Plan  Wall Street Journal
Business Digest for June 29, 2016  Washington Post
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Tiny Company Hits King-Size Diamond Jackpot
LONDON—The world's second-largest diamond ever mined failed to sell at a London auction Wednesday, but the event still marked a coup for the tiny Canadian company that owns the once-obscure Botswana mine where it was found.
Giant diamond doesn't find buyer at Sotheby's sale in London  Washington Post
World's Largest Uncut Diamond Fails to Sell at Auction  New York Times
GE Capital Is No Longer Too Big To Fail
General Electric's GE +2.04% sprawling finance business was a huge moneymaker in the years before the 2008 financial crisis, but quickly became an albatross as frozen credit markets nearly brought the entire institution to its knees.
GE Capital Sheds 'Systemically Important' Label  Wall Street Journal
GE Deemed No Longer "Too Big to Fail"  Fortune
Pact for United Airlines flight attendants would truly unite them
United Airlines and leaders of its flight attendants' union have agreed to a new labor contract that will unify the cabin crews for the first time since United's merger with Continental Airlines more than five years ago.
Six Years After Merger, United Flight Attendants Finally Have a Contract to ...  Skift
Airline Stock Roundup: US Airlines Sink on Brexit Vote; Southwest Airlines ...  Zacks.com
Sumner Redstone's illegible signature looms over Viacom drama
Sumner Redstone will almost certainly not be in a Massachusetts courtroom on Thursday when his attorneys and those representing Viacom a group of attorneys convenes for a hearing that may shape the future of his media empire.
Redstone Tells Court: There's No Need To Examine His Competence  Deadline
Redstone Wanted To Limit Daughter's Authority  Broadcasting & Cable
Wal-Mart Expands Free Two-Day Shipping
Wal-Mart Stores Inc. WMT 1.33 % is stepping up its battle with Amazon.com Inc., AMZN 1.08 % expanding a free two-day shipping program and seeking to list even more items on its website.
Walmart Takes on Amazon Prime; Facebook Shakes Up Its News Feed -- Tech Roundup  TheStreet.com
Ahead of Amazon Prime Day, Walmart tries to move in  SFGate
UPDATE 2-BancorpSouth to settle US charges of racial bias against home buyers
(Adds bank comment, CFPB comment and recorded meeting). By Lisa Lambert. WASHINGTON, June 29 BancorpSouth Inc has agreed to pay $10.6 million to settle civil charges that it discriminated against African-American prospective home buyers in the ...
BancorpSouth fined $10.6 million for discriminatory lending, redlining  HousingWire
BancorpSouth Announces Settlement Agreement With U.S. Department of Justice ...  PR Newswire (press release)
Oil Rises on Tightening Stockpiles, Broad Market Recovery
U.S. oil prices made their largest gains in one session since early April as falling U.S. stockpiles and a broader market rebound sent traders back into crude and many other commodities.
Oil up 4 percent on US crude draw; Brent back above $50  Reuters
Oil Erases Brexit Selloff as U.S. Crude Supplies, Dollar Decline  Bloomberg
CIBC Extends Canada Push Into U.S. With PrivateBancorp Deal
Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce agreed to buy Chicago-based PrivateBancorp Inc. for $3.8 billion, joining the list of Canadian lenders looking to the U.S.
Canada's CIBC to pay $3.8 billion for PrivateBancorp, expand in US  Reuters
Form 8-K PRIVATEBANCORP, INC For: Jun 29  StreetInsider.com
Why Brexit vote prompted Vodafone to contemplate leaving Britain
Vodafone, the British telecommunications giant, wants the EU's free 'movement of people, capital, and goods.' But it's unclear if that would continue after Brexit.
Brexit: Vodafone, British telecom giant, could move HQ outside of U.K.  UPI.com
Brexit: Vodafone says it might leave the U.K.  CNNMoney