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Chipotle acts quickly after exec indicted on drug charge
After news broke that an executive was indicted on a drug charge, his employer, Chipotle, quickly put Mark Crumpacker on administrative leave.
Chipotle Executive Put on Leave After Indictment in Drug Bust  Bloomberg
Chipotle responds to cocaine charges against senior executive  Business Insider
Nation's Restaurant News  
US factory data, auto sales improve, construction spending slips
WASHINGTON U.S. factory activity expanded at a healthy pace in June as new orders, output and exports rose, new industry data showed on Friday, providing another sign that U.S.
US factories keep gaining, but construction keeps slowing  CBS News
Oil jumps on pre-holiday buying, Brent up 4 percent on week
NEW YORK Oil prices surged on Friday, and Brent crude posted its largest weekly gain since mid May, as investors positioned for the start of third quarter trading while a weaker dollar boosted prices of most commodities.
Gas Plays Poised to Step Up as Oil Rigs Chart Gains  Natural Gas Intelligence
Midland County tops 30 rigs  Midland Reporter-Telegram
George Osborne Abandons Target To Restore Surplus By 2020
The promise was meant to make him known as the chancellor who balanced the U.K.'s books. By Lucy Clarke-Billings On 7/1/16 at 5:48 PM.
UK Gilt Market Shows Scrapping the Budget Rule Is a Good Idea  Wall Street Journal (blog)
Brexit will increase U.K.'s huge debt  CNNMoney
Why Donald Trump buying $12K of Tebow gear could potentially be an IRS violation
Donald Trump, the presumptive Republican nominee, has many tremendous friends. Tom Brady of the Patriots is a tremendous friend. And maybe Tim Tebow is a tremendous friend too, because The Donald spent, according to the Washington Post, $12,000 ...
The Curious Case of Trump and Tebow  Sun Sentinel
Man Who Wants US Nuclear Codes Donald Trump Spent Charity Funds On A Tim ...  Huffington Post
Gold's Shimmer Is Sign Of Dark Days Ahead
Market watchers around the world are struggling to figure out what is happening in our global economy. We are swimming in news of Brexit opinions and terrorist attacks all in hopes of making sense of it all and keeping our heads above water, if not our ...
PRECIOUS-Gold heads for fifth week of gains and silver soars  Reuters
Don't be fooled by the rally — gold is still stuck in a 'bear super ...  Business Insider
US Construction Spending Surprises with 0.8% Slip in May
Back-to-back negative construction spending readings in April and May suggest the second quarter will be weak. Moreover, declines are broadly based with much of the weakness concentrated in public spending.
WRAPUP 1-US factory activity improves, construction spending slips  Reuters
US Construction Spending Fell Again in May  ABC News
Hyperloop One Replaces Co-Founder Brogan BamBrogan with Senior Vice President ...
Hyperloop One Inc. on Friday announced an executive shake-up, replacing one of the startup's founders with its senior vice president of engineering, just as it faces a critical juncture in bringing its high-speed transport technology to life.
Hyperloop One's Co-Founder Is Out  Fortune
Hyperloop One co-founder and CTO Brogan BamBrogan steps down  TechCrunch
An Activist Crusade Against Williams CEO Ends With Board Mutiny
The bad blood between Williams Cos. chief Alan Armstrong and directors who quit the company's board on Thursday runs deeper than a $33 billion merger with Energy Transfer Equity LP that fell apart this week.
Williams names new chair, stands by CEO after board upheaval  Reuters
Board Resignations Set Up Potential Proxy Fight at Williams  Nasdaq
Sports Authority's sale of customer data raises privacy concerns
When Sports Authority said “everything must go,” it meant everything - including its customers' personal information. The Colorado sporting goods retailer, which filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in March, has auctioned its intellectual ...
Denver Broncos stadium naming rights fail to attract bidders  Reuters
Sports Authority is going to auction off customer emails. Can it do that?  Christian Science Monitor