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FAA proposes $12 million fine for Southwest Airlines over repairs
Southwest Airlines faces a $12 million government fine due to improper repairs on its aircraft, the Federal Aviation Administration announced Monday.
FAA proposes to fine Southwest Airlines $12M
FAA proposes $12 million fine for Southwest Airlines
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How the Zillow-Trulia deal affects online home search
Zillow (NASDAQ:Z) said Monday it agreed to buy rival Trulia (NYSE:TRLA) for $3.5 billion in stock. Assuming the deal closes as planned, Zillow would dominate the online consumer real-estate space.
UPDATE 3-Zillow to buy Trulia as property websites seek to save costs  Reuters
Zillow's Deal for Trulia Driven by Cost Cutting and Corporate Cultures  Wall Street Journal
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US STOCKS SNAPSHOT-Wall St ends near flat; deal news offsets data
NEW YORK, July 28 (Reuters) - U.S. stocks ended nearly flat on Monday as the latest deal news offset losses following soft data on the housing market and services sector.
US Stocks Turn Higher on Light Trading Volume  Wall Street Journal
US midday: Stocks recover from early swoon  Coutts
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US Stocks Fluctuate on Mergers, Home Sales Before Fed
U.S. stocks fluctuated, erasing an earlier loss, as merger activity offset concerns over crises abroad and weaker home-sales data before a Federal Reserve policy decision.
Wall St dips as housing data disappoints  Reuters India
US stocks up slightly in midday trading  Buffalo News
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5 things not to buy at dollar stores
Dollar Tree's (NASDAQ:DLTR) announcement that it will buy Family Dollar Stores (NYSE:FDO) for $8.5 billion shows that while dollar stores were once an afterthought in the retail industry, they have become an increasingly important player - for investors ...
Dollar Stores' Growth Bill Coming Due  Wall Street Journal
US STOCKS-Wall St near flat as deal news offsets housing data  Reuters
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Russia ordered to pay $51bn over Yukon 'destruction'
Russia has been ordered to pay $51.5bn to Yukos shareholders by the world's top commercial court in the biggest such award of all time, ruling that the Kremlin fabricated evidence to destroy the oil company and eliminate its founder, Mikhail Khodorkovsky.
European court should note $50 bln Yukos ruling in assessing separate claim ...  Reuters
Hague court orders Russia to pay $50 billion in Yukos case  Chicago Tribune
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Lloyds Bank Settles With US, UK Over Market Fixing
Lloyds Banking Group is paying $369 million to U.S. and British authorities to settle allegations it manipulated a key global interest rate.
The Things Traders Say, Lloyds Edition  New York Times
Traders' messages show Libor conspiracy  USA TODAY
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Treasuries Fall as US Stocks Reverse Loss; Oil Declines
Treasury yields remained higher after the U.S. sale of $29 billion in two-year notes attracted lower-than average demand. U.S. stocks reversed early losses to trade little changed while oil retreated.
TREASURIES-Yields rise amid supply, yield curve flattens  Reuters
Treasury 2-Year Auction Yield Highest Since 2011 as Fed Meets  Businessweek
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Governor, SC congressmen say Savannah River Site has money to keep up ...
SAVANNAH RIVER SITE, S.C. - Federal legislators have secured enough money to make sure a nuclear fuel project at the Savannah River Site goes forward, according to South Carolina Gov.
Officials: Funds secured for nuclear fuel project  Helena Independent Record
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San Bruno officials release emails they say prove 'cozy' ties between PG&E ...
SAN FRANCISCO - Top California regulators communicated often and enthusiastically with executives at Pacific Gas & Electric Co.
State Senator Says PG&E Trying To Get Away With Murder; Emails Following ...  CBS Local
Emails show PG&E, regulator have 'illegal, inappropriate and ...  San Jose Mercury News
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