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How a Raid in Benghazi Helped Shape Citigroup's $7 Billion Settlement
Photo. Tony West, the government's lead Citigroup negotiator and the Justice Department's No. 3 official.Credit Susan Walsh/Associated Press.
Reports: Citigroup to detail $7B settlement  USA TODAY
Citi, US $7 billion settlement announcement expected Monday  Reuters Canada
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Tech Earnings Increase and Take Center Stage Next Week
Reuters reports that earnings from U.S. technology companies will take center stage next week, and possibly give investors new opportunities to invest in this sector.
Three Sets of Influences in the Week Ahead  Business Insider
Key players in S&P 500 two largest cap sectors to report quarterly results  State Column
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RPT-UPDATE 2-AECOM to pay $4 billion for engineering firm URS Corp
(Repeats with no changes to broaden distribution). By Ransdell Pierson and Liana B. Baker. July 13 (Reuters) - Engineering design firm AECOM Technology Corp on Sunday said it would pay about $4 billion to acquire engineering and construction services ...
Block & Leviton LLP Investigates URS Corporation for Possible Breaches ...  MarketWatch
Engineering company Aecom to buy URS for $4B  TVNZ
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Little Heed Paid to Market's Espirito Santo-Driven Fall
Banco Esp�rito Santo has been in investors' sights since December, when The Wall Street Journal first reported on accounting irregularities at the complex firm.
Aust bonds weaker as Portugal fears ease  Sky News Australia
Portugal central bank meets to choose new BES management  Channel News Asia
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Boeing Optimistic That Export-Import Bank Will Get Funding
LONDON - The head of Boeing's commercial aircraft division said on Sunday that he was optimistic that the United States Congress would ultimately agree to reauthorize funding to the Export-Import Bank, which guarantees billions of dollars in loans to ...
Understanding the Export-Import Bank  Politico
What Would It Mean for Manufacturers if Congress Were to Kill the Export ...  Motley Fool
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Lindt in Talks to Buy Russell Stover Chocolates
The price couldn't immediately be learned, though first-round bids earlier this year from other interested suitors valued Russell Stover at more than $1 billion, The Wall Street Journal reported in May.
Swiss chocolate maker Lindt near deal to buy Russell Stover -report  Reuters
'Swiss chocolate maker Lindt all set to buy Russell Stover'  Business Standard
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North Dakota oil groups strike $6bn deal
Whiting Petroleum, one of the largest oil producers in the booming Bakken formation of North Dakota, is acquiring Kodiak Oil and Gas, another leading company in the region, in an all-stock deal worth about $6bn including debt.
Whiting to buy Kodiak for $3.8 billion, create No. 1 Bakken producer  Chicago Tribune
Whiting to Acquire Kodiak for $3.8 Billion to Lead Bakken  Businessweek
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Airbus jet re-launch heralds busy aerospace show
PARIS (Reuters) - Airbus will kick off the Farnborough Airshow with up to 100 commitments for its revamped A330neo wide-body jet, industry sources said, deepening a contest with Boeing for up to $250 billion of orders at the core of the long-haul jet market.
Airbus in the hot seat at air show  The Seattle Times
Boeing Squeezes Seats Into 737 to Boost Low-Cost Carrier Appeal  Bloomberg
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UPDATE 1-AIRSHOW-Pratt & Whitney says CSeries fault is seal issue in oil system
... * Exec says fault not to do with low pressure turbine. * Relatively minor adjustment needed for seals in oil system. * Sees orders this year rising to about 6,000 after air show (Adds more comments on fault, F-35, order expectations).
Pratt & Whitney says CSeries fault is seal issue in oil system  Business Insider
Pratt & Whitney's PurePower� Engine for the A320neo Aircraft Now ...  MarketWatch
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Lockheed F-35 Fire Probe Finds No Sign of Systemic Flaws
U.S. defense officials see no broad safety issues with Lockheed Martin Corp. (LMT)'s F-35 Joint Strike Fighter after an engine fire forced the grounding of the fleet, the Pentagon's acquisition chief said.
F-35 investigation finds no fleet-wide design flaw  The Hill
Kendall: Fan-blade rubbing cause of F-35 fire
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