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Verizon's acquisition could have positive impact for Yahoo users
NEW YORK | If you have a Yahoo email account or regularly visit services like Yahoo Finance and Yahoo Sports, you might be wondering what will happen to the once-venerable brand once Verizon takes over.
Yahoo and the Online Universe According to Verizon  New York Times
Yahoo Can Still Be Broadband's Future  Wall Street Journal
CNET  
Nearly 30% international students less likely to study in Britain after Brexit
Nearly 30 per cent of international students are less likely to study in Britain after the country's referendum vote to leave the European Union (EU), according to a survey published by The Independent on Friday.
Early Post-Brexit Considerations for International Business  The National Law Review
Why Voters Don't Buy It When Economists Say Global Trade Is Good  New York Times
Improving flight delays: Is American Airlines charting the right course?
Travelers line up at an American Airlines ticket counter at O'Hare Airport in Chicago, Illinois, in 2014. Jim Young/REUTERS/File.
Union chief says American pushing pilots to speed up flights  USA TODAY
No vacation from work drama: American 'speed up' plan gives pilots pause  Chicago Tribune
Northern NE delegation, others, call for dairy supports
MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) - All six of northern New England's U.S. senators and the three Democrats from the region in the U.S. House are calling for the U.S.
Congress Asks USDA To Bail Out Dairy Industry  Daily Caller
Legislators seek aid for California dairy farmers  The Turlock Journal
Low Crude Prices Hammer Big Oil Companies
The world's biggest oil companies posted losses or steep declines in profit for the second quarter, and now face a daunting remainder of the year as crude prices retreat to about $41 a barrel.
Oil giants can't hide from doomsday market  The Detroit News
Oil rout erodes second-quarter profits for US majors Exxon, Chevron  Reuters
Helicopter money talk takes flight as Bank of Japan runs out of runway
TOKYO The Bank of Japan's review of its monetary stimulus program promised for September has revived expectations it could adopt some form of "helicopter money", printing money for government spending to spur inflation.
GDP May Dissuade Fed From Rate Hike  TheStreet.com
Japan just 'offered markets a little appetizer ...'  Business Insider
Minnesota Power seeks proposals for large-scale wind, solar energy and ...
Minnesota Power is releasing the first in a series of Requests for Proposals as part of the company's broad resource evaluation process to further its EnergyForward strategy.
Solar battles are shaping up on ballots  Tallahassee.com
Alta Energy Hires Solar Veteran Mark Bettis as Sales VP  Business Wire (press release)
US stocks end mixed after GDP report
US stocks closed mixed for a fourth straight day on Friday, as the advance estimate on the country's second-quarter gross domestic product (GDP) growth came in worse than expected.
Stock Market Today: Stocks Mixed on GDP Disappointment  Investorplace.com
Choppy Trading May Persist Amid Mixed Earnings  RTT News
N.J.'s 20 best wings, for National Chicken Wing Day
Wings, wings, wings, I can't get enough of them. One of my three desert island foods, along with ribs and donuts. I had wings for dinner the other night, and not to celebrate National Chicken Wing Day, which is today.
Here's where to get free wings on National Chicken Wing Day  CNBC
National Chicken Wing Day deals, plus tips for making them at home  NOLA.com
NextEra Loses One Outsider Fight, Picks an $18 Billion One
Just two weeks ago, Florida-based NextEra Energy Inc. lost its fight to buy Hawaii's biggest power supplier for $2.6 billion. The state rejected the deal over fears that an outsider wouldn't have its best interests in mind.
NextEra Clinches $18.4 Billion Deal -- WSJ  Nasdaq
Former HEI suitor NextEra buying large Texas utility for $18 billion  Honolulu Star-Advertiser