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Kraft Heinz: Take The Money And Run (Unilever Acquisition Attempt Is A Sell ...
The company's shares have become even more overpriced as news of its attempt to acquire Unilever plc has spread throughout the financial media.
Kraft Heinz Withdraws $143 Bln Takeover Offer For Unilever  Nasdaq
Kraft Heinz calls off $143B mega-deal to buy Unilever  USA TODAY
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Asian shares mixed as investors await Fed, company earnings
HONG KONG (AP) - Asian stocks were mixed in early trading Monday as investors looked for fresh leads while they awaited economic and corporate earnings reports and Fed meeting minutes due out this week.
Asia bourses modestly higher as currencies stall  Financial Times
Panic Over China Is So Last Year, With Market Swings Subsiding
At the dawn of the year of the rooster, China's economy is as leveraged as ever, with credit still outpacing growth. Yet there's a difference from past years: an absence of turmoil in financial markets.
China's yuan firms slightly on corporate sales of dollars  Nasdaq
Onshore Yuan Loses Ground After PBOC Cuts Fix By Most In Six Weeks
Global arms trade spikes to highest since the end of the Cold War
armsales LONDON - The global arms trade reached the highest levels since the end of the Cold War in 2016, the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute said Monday.
Global arms trade reaches highest point since cold war era  The Guardian
India world's largest importer of major arms in the last four years  Economic Times
Los Angeles, New York and San Francisco are most congested US cities
Cheap gas and a surging economy are taxing the nation's roads and contributing to congestion that cost U.S. motorists almost $300 billion last year in wasted time and fuel, according to a new report.
Traffic Jams Cost US Drivers $1200 a Year: Study  U.S. News & World Report
Surprising no one, Los Angeles is the most gridlocked city in the world  The Verge
Warren Buffett's $10 billion airline investment reveals everything you need to ...
For the second time in six months, Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway will invest billions of dollars into the US airline industry.
Wall Street's Biggest Whale Is Loving Airlines  Benzinga
Revisiting Berkshire Hathaway Nearly 20 Years Later  Forbes
Snap bets on hardware as Facebook threat looms
FILE PHOTO: The logo of messaging app Snapchat is seen at a booth at TechFair LA, a technology job fair, in Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Snapchat company sets IPO targets: $3.7 billion windfall and $22 billion ...  Herald and News
Snapchat's Future: Facebook's Growth or Twitter's Slide?  Newsweek
Bill Gates: Bioterrorism could kill more than nuclear war — but no one is ...
A genetically engineered virus is easier to make and could kill more people than nuclear weapons - and yet no country on Earth is ready for the threat, Bill Gates warned world leaders Saturday.
The robot that takes your job should pay taxes, says Bill Gates  Quartz
Bill Gates warns the world to prep for bio-terrorism  Q13 FOX
Oil Services, Equipment Stocks To Watch As US Shale Revives
Schlumberger compressor trucks use 2,000 horsepower each to drive sand, water and chemicals underground, enabling the process called hydraulic fracturing.
Rig count slips in Oklahoma
US oil rig count climbs for 5th straight week  Business Insider
Fed's Mester Says She's 'Comfortable' With Rates Moving Higher
Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland President Loretta Mester said she would be “comfortable” with the central bank raising interest rates now as inflation pressures pick up.
Cleveland Fed chief 'comfortable' raising rates if economy keeps ...  Reuters
US Dollar Up as Fed's Mester Says Economy on Sound Footing  Nasdaq