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EU Set to Rule Apple Tax Deals With Ireland Illegal
BRUSSELS—The European Union's antitrust regulator is poised to rule as soon as Tuesday that Apple Inc. AAPL -0.11 % 's tax arrangements with Ireland have breached the bloc's state-aid rules, according to people familiar with the matter.
Apple Is Said to Owe Back Taxes to Irish Government  New York Times
Europe to hit Apple with its 'largest tax penalty' ever  Business Insider
The Boston Globe  
Mondelez Drops Offer for Hershey
Oreo cookie maker Mondelez International Inc. MDLZ -0.05 % ended its pursuit of Hershey Co. HSY 0.71 % after the famed chocolatier rebuffed its latest acquisition offer, putting an end to a monthslong takeover campaign that would have created the world ...
Mondelez abandons pursuit of US chocolate maker Hershey  Reuters
Hershey's Failed Deal Reinforces Image as a Company Not for Sale  Bloomberg
As of today, it's finally legal to fly drones commercially
For years, American businesses have been clamoring for the government to roll out a set of regulations for drone technology so that the companies can legally start using them for everything from agriculture to filmmaking to delivering packages.
FAA Expects 600000 Commercial Drones In The Air Within A Year  NPR
US Implements New Drone Rules, Expects Exemption Requests to Continue  Wall Street Journal
US Stocks Rebound, as Financial Shares Rally
U.S. stocks advanced in the lightest day of trading so far this year. Monday's broad gains wiped out Friday's losses, which came after Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen said that the case for an interest-rate increase had improved.
Wall St. gains as data points to budding economy  Reuters
Stocks jump as Dow, S&P 500 breaks 3-day losing streak  USA TODAY
United Hires American's No. 2 in Boost to Succession Planning
The decision by United Airlines to hire a new president away from American Airlines firms up the roster of executives who will contend with fare declines pushing the industry to its worst returns in five years.
American Airlines President Moves to United Continental  Wall Street Journal
United hires president dropped by American  USA TODAY
California lawmakers send governor bill authorizing farmworker overtime
A farm worker picks table grapes in Maricopa, California, United States, July 24, 2015. California is in their fourth year of a catastrophic drought.
Mixed feelings as Legislature approves farmworker OT  Stockton Record
As labor tensions simmer, Southwest Airlines and its pilots take big step ...
Southwest Airlines pilots wrapped up their picket in protest of the drawn-out negotiations over a new labor contract at Mockingbird Lane and Cedar Springs Road in Dallas in February.
Southwest Reaches Agreement in Principle on Pilot Contract  Bloomberg
Southwest Airlines And Pilot Union Reach Tentative Agreement  PR Newswire (press release)
J.Crew Lines Up a New Partner With Nordstrom
J.Crew thinks it has found one way to help shake nearly two years of same-store sales declines: selling its flagship brand's clothes at Nordstrom jwn .
Select Nordstrom stores to stock J. Crew merchandise starting September 12  Los Angeles Times
J. Crew Will Sell Through Nordstrom as Brand Seeks a Revival  Bloomberg
Nearly 10000 workers sue Chipotle for unpaid wages
Current and former Chipotle (CMG) employees claim that the company made them work extra hours "off the clock" without paying them.
How Will Chipotle (CMG) Stock React to Class-Action Suit Over Unpaid Wages?
10000 Chipotle Workers Are Suing Over Unpaid Wages  Eater
Obamacare Marketplaces Are in Trouble. What Can Be Done?
It has been a hard couple of weeks for Obamacare. The law's online marketplaces - where people were supposed to be able to easily shop for health insurance - have been suffering from high-profile defections and double-digit premium increases.
ObamaCare coverage options disappearing across country, report finds  Fox News
The government just announced some big changes to try and fix Obamacare  Business Insider