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Hershey rejects $23 billion Mondelez takeover offer
Hershey Co (HSY.N) said on Thursday it had rejected a $23 billion preliminary offer by Mondelez International Inc (MDLZ.O) that would seek to expand the latter's limited U.S.
Snack Giant Mondelez Makes $23 Billion Takeover Bid for Hershey  Wall Street Journal
Hershey rejects mega-bid to create the world's biggest candy company  Washington Post
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Bank of England's Carney sees need for summer stimulus after Brexit shock
LONDON Bank of England Governor Mark Carney said the central bank would probably need to pump more stimulus into Britain's economy over the summer after the shock of last week's decision by voters to leave the European Union.
BOE's Mark Carney Hints at Summer Rate Cut  Wall Street Journal
Britain May Need to Cut Rates, Bank of England Chief Says  New York Times
Brexit Vote Casts Shadow Over Banks' Construction Boom in London
At a construction site in central London, several cranes rear above a concrete structure that is being built into the new European headquarters of Goldman Sachs.
Beyond Brexit: How to Build an Independent UK Economy  Newsweek
Global stocks up as Bank of England eyes post-Brexit rates cut  Yahoo News
US stock indexes extend rally to a 3rd day
Companies that make packaged foods and other consumer goods led a broad rise in U.S. stocks late Thursday afternoon, extending a rally into a third day.
Takeover News Drives the Market Higher  New York Times
U.S. Stock Indexes Move Higher in Morning Trading  U.S. News & World Report
World's Largest Uncut Diamond Fails to Sell at Sotheby's Auction
After much admiration and anticipation, the world's largest uncut diamond failed to sell at a public auction Wednesday night. The 1,109 carat white diamond did not meet the reserve price, or minimum acceptable bid, which was not specified by Sotheby's ...
1109-Carat Diamond Flops at London Auction
A Real Rock of a Diamond Fails to Sell at Auction  New York Times
Dick's set to win auction for Sports Authority brand: sources
Dick's Sporting Goods Inc (DKS.N), the largest U.S. sporting goods retailer, is set to win the auction for the intellectual property of bankrupt competitor Sports Authority with a bid of $15 million, according to people familiar with the matter.
Dick's Just Paid $15 Million For Sports Authority's Name  Fortune
Dick's Sporting Goods (DKS) Stock Surges on Sports Authority Purchase
Brexit and your American dollars
Guess lots of British folks now realize the power of their votes and the financial costs of Britain leaving the European Union. So now we all are dealing with the consequences.
News From NAMB: June 30, 2016  National Mortgage Professional Magazine (blog)
Brexit Vote Sends Mortgage Rates Tumbling To 3-Year Low |
ConAgra reports lower quarterly sales and earnings
ConAgra Foods Inc (CAG.N) on Thursday reported a 9.5 percent drop in quarterly net sales, missing analysts' estimates as demand weakened for its consumer foods, which include Chef Boyardee pasta and Hunt's ketchup.
ConAgra Foods Q4 Sales Miss, Plans To Separate  Yahoo News
Investor's Alert: LKQ Corporation (NASDAQ:LKQ), ConAgra Foods Inc (NYSE ...  iStreetWire
Visa, MasterCard $7.25 billion settlement with retailers is thrown out
NEW YORK A federal appeals court on Thursday threw out a $7.25 billion antitrust settlement reached by Visa Inc (V.N) and MasterCard Inc (MA.
Visa, MasterCard Class-Action Settlement With Retailers Rejected by US Court  Wall Street Journal
Visa, MasterCard Drop as Appeal Upends $5.7 Billion Accord  Bloomberg
AMC's $1.1 Billion Carmike Deal in Doubt After Shareholder Vote Delay
"We are fully prepared to see the Carmike transaction pass by the wayside," AMC head Adam Aron warned Thursday. AMC Entertainment on Thursday said it may walk away from its $1.1 billion deal to acquire the Carmike theater chain after Thursday's ...
Billionaire Wang's Bid for Global Theater Behemoth Falters  Bloomberg
AMC, Carmike Merger Vote Delayed  Wall Street Journal