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Stumpf's Pay Cut Eclipsed by Fury as Yellen, California Join In
Wells Fargo & Co. Chief Executive Officer John Stumpf gave up $41 million to buy a reprieve from the bank's widening scandal.
Wells Fargo CEO Isn't Out of Danger Despite Pay Clawback  Wall Street Journal
California Imposes Sweeping Sanctions On Wells Fargo Amid Scandal  NPR
In U-Turn, Saudis Choose Higher Prices Over Free Oil Markets
It took the kingdom's new oil minister, Khalid Al-Falih, just six months to blink, ending the country's two-year policy of pump-at-will.
Doubts linger over OPEC's preliminary deal on oil output  MarketWatch
Oil Prices Soar on Tentative OPEC Deal to Cut Production  New York Times
CBS and Viacom, Long Split, May Be Told to Consider Reuniting
A month after a bitter fight over Viacom's leadership was settled, the company may find itself pressed to reunite with its corporate sibling.
Pitt v. Jolie: Comparing the Stars' Divorce Dream Teams  Hollywood Reporter
CBS and Viacom Would Be Good for Each Other  Bloomberg
How to score a free cup of Joe on National Coffee Day
Sure, you've probably never heard of National Coffee Day. But it's coming Thursday and several major chains are offering free cups of Joe, discounts or a chance to do some good.
National Coffee Day (9/29/16): How to get free coffee; Starbucks, Dunkin ...
National Coffee Day 2016: Where to find Coffee Deals in Your Town
Donald Trump's Fortune Falls $800 Million To $3.7 Billion
By Chase Peterson-Withorn and Jennifer Wang. Despite decades of precedent among presidential candidates, Donald Trump has been steadfast in his refusal to release his tax returns.
Forbes Pegs Trump's Wealth At $3.7 Billion, $800 Million Less Than Last Year  Huffington Post
According to Forbes, Trump Is $800M Poorer Than He Was Last Year  Mediaite
New Tax Foundation Report Highlights Best & Worst States For Business
The Garden State may be able to boast about the Boss and its great beaches but the Garden State has the least competitive tax code in the nation.
Conservative group faults Minnesota tax law  Duluth News Tribune
NJ in familiar territory on taxes: dead last  Asbury Park Press
Hank Greenberg's Manager 'Lesson' at Core of Fraud Trial
Former American International Group Inc. Chairman Maurice "Hank" Greenberg says he got personally involved in an “insignificant” business deal at the insurance giant 18 years ago to teach some managers a lesson.
91-year-old ex-AIG boss Greenberg testifies at state trial  New Jersey Herald
Greenberg Takes the Stand in AIG Case  Nasdaq
Takata's Tricky Protection Racket
David Fickling is a Bloomberg Gadfly columnist covering commodities, as well as industrial and consumer companies. He has been a reporter for Bloomberg News, Dow Jones, the Wall Street Journal, the Financial Times and the Guardian.
Honda driver death in Malaysia adds to Takata air bag fatalities  Chicago Tribune
As Airbag Recalls Mount, Are There Alternatives To Protect Drivers?  Forbes
Fed's Mester says it's appropriate to raise interest rates
Cleveland Federal Reserve President Loretta Mester said on Wednesday that it is appropriate to raise interest rates and that doing so can prolong economic expansion.
Fed's Mester Says Jobs, Inflation Outlook Justify Rate Hike  Bloomberg
FED'S MESTER: 'We could risk a recession' if interest rates don ...  Business Insider
It's official: Hartford is back on the trans-Atlantic route map
Trans-Atlantic flights are flying at Hartford's Bradley International Airport again, giving the region its first nonstop link to Europe in eight years.
Aer Lingus launches Bradley International Airport to Dublin, Ireland, daily ...
First flight from Bradley to Dublin getting ready to depart