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Yahoo's Marissa Mayer could get $55 million in severance pay
Yahoo Inc. chief Marissa Mayer will walk away with a $55-million severance package if the company's auction of its Internet operations culminates in a sale that ousts her from her job.
Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer's Compensation Soars 69 Percent to $42.1 Million  Hollywood Reporter
Watch SpaceX's rocket land at sea in stunning 360-degree video  Fast Company
Wall Street Journal  
Oil Patch Relieved by Price Rebound
Oil prices finished their best month in a year on Friday and are headed back toward $50 a barrel, bringing some relief to beleaguered energy producers even though they reported some of their worst quarterly results in years.
Exxon Swoons, but Investors Cheer -- WSJ  Nasdaq
Big Oil still in turmoil even as rally relieves pressure  Houston Chronicle
Target brand perception falls, but it's not 'catastrophic'
More than 1 million people may be roaring against Target's transgender-inclusive bathroom policy, but the possibility of long-term negative effects is slim, experts say.
One million Americans vow to boycott Target over transgender bathrooms  Fox News
Target stock plunges as 1 million boycott
Amazon's Jeff Bezos Makes $6 Billion in One Afternoon
In a great tale of redemption, Amazon chief Jeff Bezos is now, once again, the fourth-richest man in the word, his fortune bolstered by a blockbuster first quarter for his company.
Amazon Gets a Standing Ovation for its First-Quarter Performance
Amazon spikes 10% at open; CEO Jeff Bezos adds $5.1B in wealth  CNBC
FAA Investigating 2 Emergency Landings at Philadelphia International Airport
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is investigating two emergency landings this morning at Philadelphia International Airport.
Flight makes emergency landing at Atlanta airport for cracked windshield  WSB Atlanta
Starbucks Opens First Store in Ferguson in Low-Income Community Outreach ...
Starbucks opened its first store today in Ferguson, Missouri, as part of a national outreach program to provide jobs to locals, create opportunities for the youth and revitalize the community in low to medium-income "diverse" communities.
Starbucks Is Trying To Revitalize The City Of Ferguson… And So Far It's ...  UPROXX
Starbucks Corporation Opening Store in Ferguson, Missouri
Midland County adds 2 rigs; Permian sheds 2
Rigs Stacking - Oil Downturn Rigs stacked along Business 20 west of FM 1788 photographed Tuesday, Feb. 24, 2015. James Durbin/Reporter-Telegram James Durbin.
US oil drillers cut rigs for 6th week to Nov 2009 lows -Baker Hughes  Reuters
US Rig Count Drops 11 This Week to 420, Another All-Time Low  New York Times
Valeant Files Overdue Annual Report, Shakes Up Its Board
Valeant Pharmaceuticals International Inc. VRX -5.36 % filed its long-delayed annual report and further reshaped its board Friday, defusing the danger of a debt default and positioning the company for a fresh start after months of concern over its ...
Valeant Pharmaceuticals Files Annual Report On Form 10-K For Year Ended ...  PR Newswire (press release)
Valeant annual report reveals new issues, company overhauls board  Reuters
Total of 20 Hanford workers checked for vapor exposure
Workers at the Hanford tank farms have been required to wear supplied air respirators if there is believed to be an increased risk of exposure to chemical vapors, but suspicious smells continue to be reported by workers when not required to wear the ...
11 nuke facility workers checked for chemical vapor exposure  Washington Post
20 Hanford nuke facility workers checked for chemical vapor exposure  KOMO News
Did Congress Kill All the Good Social Security Strategies?
Congress recently took action to eliminate certain loopholes -- particularly the popular file-and-suspend strategy which greatly benefited married couples.
The 2016 campaign has already guaranteed Uncle Sam's biggest problem ...  New York Post
Whatever Happened to Entitlement Reform?  The Weekly Standard (blog)