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United, flight attendants reach tentative deal on contract
CHICAGO - United Airlines and its flight attendants have tentatively agreed to a new contract that would boost top pay rates by as much as 31 percent and, for the first time, cover all of the airline's flight attendants under a single labor agreement ...
Contract for United Airlines flight attendants would truly unite them  The Boston Globe
United flight attendants move closer to unity under one contract  USA TODAY
Wall Street Journal  
College debt, no degree means world of financial hurt
Getting a college degree - and a job after graduating - is well worth juggling some college debt for many people. But you're guaranteed to end up with nothing but regrets if you've got debt but no degree.
Report: Nearly 1 in 10 2-Year Students Can't Get Federal Loans  Inside Higher Ed
Education Department Forgives $171 Million in Debt Owed by Former Corinthian ...  Wall Street Journal
A Real Rock of a Diamond Fails to Sell at Auction
The bidding on Wednesday stopped at $61 million for the world's largest uncut diamond, an 1,109-carat stone. Credit Spencer Platt/Getty Images.
World's Second-Largest Diamond Fails to Sell at Auction
Giant diamond fails to sell at auction, trade interested  Reuters
CIBC Pushes Into U.S. With a Bank Purchase -- WSJ
Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, in the latest move by a big Canadian bank to bet on the U.S. market for growth, agreed Wednesday to acquire Chicago-based lender PrivateBancorp Inc. for about $3.8 billion in cash and stock.
CIBC: Perplexed By The PrivateBancorp Deal  Seeking Alpha
CIBC Extends Canada Push Into U.S. With PrivateBancorp Deal  Bloomberg
U.K. Current-Account Gap Stays Near Record at 6.9% of GDP
As Brexit threatens to blast the U.K. economy, few things seem more exposed than the balance of payments. The current-account deficit -- the difference between money coming into the U.K.
U.K. Business Investment Slowed in First Quarter  Nasdaq
UK current account deficit widens  Financial Times
UPDATE 2-Norway oil wage talks begin as workers threaten strike
(Adds quotes, background, detail). OSLO, June 30 Energy companies and trade unions in Norway began two-day wage talks on Thursday in a bid to avert a strike that would cut output from Europe's largest oil producer by 12 percent, the Norwegian Oil and ...
Crude Slips, But Longer-Term Outlook Keeps Prices Around $50  Wall Street Journal
Oil Bulls Beware Because China's Almost Done Amassing Crude  Bloomberg
Why Shares of General Mills, Inc. Have Popped 14% in 2016
What: Shares of General Mills, Inc. (NYSE:GIS) have crushed the market in 2016, climbing 14%, according to data provided by S&P Global Market Intelligence, as investors look for safe investments and management continues to squeeze more money out of ...
Ask Matt: Time to grab a bowl of General Mills?  USA TODAY
General Mills (GIS) Beats Q4 Earnings amp; Sales; Ups Dividend
German Unemployment Declined Before Britain's Shock Leave Vote
German unemployment extended its decline in June, signaling economic growth remained robust before Britons unexpectedly voted to exit the European Union.
German unemployment falls more than expected in June  Reuters
German Jobless Rate Edges Below 6 Percent in June  New York Times
Nice weather, low gas prices will greet more than 36 million Fourth of July ...
An estimated 36.3 million people will travel by automobile during the Fourth of July holiday, according to AAA. prev. next. Sunny weather and low gas prices will make traveling ideal this Fourth of July weekend.
More Texans poised to travel over July 4th holiday  Waco Tribune-Herald
Triple A projects busy holiday weekend for travelers
Deals of the day- Mergers and acquisitions
June 30 The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 1000 GMT on Thursday: ** Airbus Group and Safran pledged on Thursday to make Europe competitive in the face of U.S.
EU Opens Probe Into Anheuser-Busch InBev's Trade in Belgian Beer Market  Wall Street Journal
Rand May Extend Gains After South Africa Approves Megabrew Deal  Bloomberg