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CompaniesTime Warner Cable CEO set for payday
Rob Marcus, who only last month saw a $45bn deal with the largest US cable operator, Comcast, slip away, is set to announce a $55bn deal with Charter Communications, a smaller rival, reports Arash Massoudi.
Charter said near Time Warner Cable buy  Northwest Arkansas News
In Cable Deal, Charter Seeks National Heft  New York Times
Dallas Morning News  
Italian bond futures slump on Greek, Spanish concerns
LONDON May 26 Italian bond futures fell in early trade on Tuesday on concerns about Greece's ongoing debt problems and a regional election result in Spain that reflected growing voter discontent with austerity programmes.
Asian shares turn higher as China rallies, dollar up  Daily News & Analysis
Euro Weakens on Greece as Emerging Market Stocks Slip With Gas  Bloomberg
Dollar Jumps on Greece, Fed as China Stocks in Hong Kong Surge
The dollar surged as wrangling over Greece's aid demands undermined European currencies amid speculation on the timing of U.S.
UPDATE 1-FTSE Russell unveils transitional indexes that include China A shares  Reuters
Shanghai Comp, Nikkei rewrite multi-year peaks  CNBC
Amazon's sales reporting change could raise tax bill
Amazon, the global online retailer, is changing the way it records sales in a move that could see it paying more tax. Transactions carried out in European markets were previously recorded in Luxembourg, with which Amazon had a low-tax agreement.
Amazon: Has begun declaring sales in UK, Germany, Spain, Italy  Business Standard
Amazon to start paying tax on profits in the UK  TameBay
Amgen decision on brodalumab unsettles anti-IL-17 class
Amgen's decision to hand back rights to brodalumab to AstraZeneca (AZ) on safety grounds has raised a question mark over the entire IL-17 inhibitor class.
CompaniesAstraZeneca 'assessing all options' on brodalumab  Financial Times
AstraZeneca hit after psoriasis drug linked to suicide fears  Gazette Herald
Ryanair glides toward all-time high after profit soars 66%
Shares of low-cost carrier Ryanair took off on Tuesday, with the stock on track for an all-time closing high after the airline's full-year profit beat expectations and surged 66%.
Ryanair profits up 66 pct as passenger numbers surge  Reuters
The Numbers Ryanair's New Flight Path  Wall Street Journal (blog)
Shake-up in key Samsung assets to cement heir's grip as succession looms
SEOUL Samsung Group's de facto holding company on Tuesday sought another cornerstone as it reconstructs South Korea's biggest conglomerate to smooth the path for management succession, offering more than $8 billion to buy an affiliate with a key ...
Samsung Heir Apparent Jay Y Consolidates Power With Merger  Wall Street Journal
Samsung Group announces merger between Cheil Industries Inc. and Samsung ...  Arirang News
Sea mammals brought to SeaWorld from oil spill remain in guarded condition
Oiled sea mammals brought to SeaWorld San Diego from the Refugio State Beach oil spill "remain in guarded condition," park officials said Monday.
Safety Warnings For Would Be Volunteers  KEYT
Refugio, El Capitan state beaches may be clean, open by June 4  KABC-TV
Oil drops to $65 on US shale outlook, dollar
LONDON Oil fell to around $65 a barrel on Tuesday, pressured by the possibility that U.S. shale oil producers could increase drilling activity and by a stronger dollar.
Oil Price Hurt by Dollar Strength  Wall Street Journal
Cheap oil fails to spark consumer spending boom  Financial Times
Britain lagging behind France and Germany on innovation
Britain is lagging behind European rivals on innovation, with both France and Germany filing significantly more patents in 2014 than the UK, according to a new study by Thomson Reuters.
What's hot? Life sciences challenge tech in global innovation  The Star Online
Life Sciences Challenge Tech Sector in Driving Global Innovation  NDTV