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Obama administration has forgiven $171 million owed by former Corinthian students
The U.S. Department of Education has agreed to forgive $171 million of debt owed by former students of the bankrupt for-profit school Corinthian Colleges Inc., most of them in California.
Education Department Forgives $171 Million in Debt Owed by Former Corinthian ...  Wall Street Journal
Ten percent of community colleges are not offering federal student loans  WITN
Lesedi La Rona Diamond: 2nd-Largest Ever Mined
The Lesedi La Rona diamond is the second-largest diamond discovered in over a century. But it failed to sparkle enough interest from bidders at a June 28 Sotheby's auction in London.
A Real Rock of a Diamond Fails to Sell at Auction  New York Times
Giant diamond fails to sell at auction, trade interested  Reuters
Contract for United Airlines Flight Attendants Would Truly Unite Them
NEW YORK - United Airlines and leaders of its flight attendants' union have agreed to a new labor contract that will unify the cabin crews for the first time since United's merger with Continental Airlines more than five years ago.
United Airlines Flight-Attendant Top Pay to Rise as Much as 31%  Bloomberg
United Airlines flight attendants may not be too eager to ratify proposed ...  Chicago Business Journal
Most big US banks pass Fed's stress test, boosting shareholder payouts
NEW YORK/WASHINGTON Nearly all of the largest U.S. banks are on steady enough footing to increase payouts to shareholders, the U.S.
Why Two of Europe's Biggest Banks Can't Pass the Stress Test  American Banker
Fed gives OK to 30 banks to up dividends, buy back shares  The Boston Globe
Oil up 4 percent on US crude draw; Brent back above $50
NEW YORK Oil prices surged 4 percent on Wednesday, with Brent settling above the psychological $50 a barrel mark, after a larger-than-expected drawdown in U.S.
Crude erases Brexit losses, amid massive U.S. inventory draw  Nasdaq
Oil Rises on Tightening Stockpiles, Broad Market Recovery  Wall Street Journal
CIBC to Buy PrivateBancorp in $3.8 Billion Deal
Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, CM -2.19 % 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. PVTB 23.27 % for about $3.8 billion in cash and ...
Canada's CIBC to pay $3.8 billion for PrivateBancorp, expand in US  Reuters
CIBC to Buy PrivateBancorp in Chicago for $3.8 Billion  American Banker
Why Brexit vote prompted Vodafone to contemplate leaving Britain
Vodafone, the British telecommunications giant, wants the EU's free 'movement of people, capital, and goods.' But it's unclear if that would continue after Brexit.
Brexit: Vodafone says it might leave the U.K.  CNNMoney
Brexit: Vodafone, British telecom giant, could move HQ outside of U.K.
Sumner Redstone's illegible signature looms over Viacom drama
Sumner Redstone will almost certainly not be in a Massachusetts courtroom on Thursday when his attorneys and those representing Viacom a group of attorneys convenes for a hearing that may shape the future of his media empire.
Redstone Tells Court: There's No Need To Examine His Competence  Deadline
Redstone's firm accuses Viacom of 'vicious attacks,' urges ...  L.A. Biz
Kellogg's Set To Open Its First Brick-And-Mortar Store: A Cereal Bar In Times ...
The new cafe on Broadway has more than its fair share of yuppie street cred. Its white-painted brick walls are decorated with hand-painted chalkboard art.
Kellogg to Open Luxury Cereal Cafe in New York  Yahoo News
Kellogg's cereal cafe to snap, crackle and pop into Times Square  Reuters
107 Nobel laureates sign letter blasting Greenpeace over GMOs
More than 100 Nobel laureates have signed a letter urging Greenpeace to end its opposition to genetically modified organisms (GMOs).
The red hands of Greenpeace: Mastio and Mahmood  USA TODAY
More Than 100 Nobel Laureates Call Out Greenpeace For Anti-GMO Obstruction ...  Forbes