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United Airlines: Union's Joint Master Executive Council Approves Tentative Pact
On June 28, 2016, the Master Executive Council (MEC), which included the members from pre-merged Continental Airlines (CAL), Continental Micronesia, Inc. (CMI), and United Airlines (UAL), announced the approval of a tentative agreement.
United, flight attendants reach tentative deal on contract  HeraldNet
Contract for United Airlines flight attendants would truly unite them  The Boston Globe
Wall Street Journal  
In Brexit month, investors dump shares, flee for safety of cash
LONDON Global investors bought real estate, added to cash holdings and cut equity allocations to the lowest in at least five years as this month's shock Brexit vote added to an already toxic mix of sluggish world growth and volatile markets.
Five Things You Need to Know to Start Your Day  Bloomberg
World stocks poised for worst month since January  Yahoo News
Google's offices in Spain raided by tax authorities
Tax authorities in Spain have raided Google's offices in Madrid as part of an investigating into tax evasion and fraud, TechCrunch understands.
Spanish authorities raid Google offices over tax  Reuters
Police raid Google's offices in Spain  CNNMoney
US jobless claims rise last week, trend still favorable
WASHINGTON The number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits rose last week, but remained below a level associated with a healthy labor market.
US Jobless Claims Rose by 10000 Last Week  Wall Street Journal
Jobless Claims in U.S. Rose by 10000 Last Week to 268000  Bloomberg
College debt, no degree means world of financial hurt
Getting a college degree - and a job after graduating - is well worth juggling some college debt for many people. But you're guaranteed to end up with nothing but regrets if you've got debt but no degree.
Report: Nearly 1 in 10 2-Year Students Can't Get Federal Loans  Inside Higher Ed
Education Department Forgives $171 Million in Debt Owed by Former Corinthian ...  Wall Street Journal
A Real Rock of a Diamond Fails to Sell at Auction
The bidding on Wednesday stopped at $61 million for the world's largest uncut diamond, an 1,109-carat stone. Credit Spencer Platt/Getty Images.
Biggest Diamond in More Than Century Fails to Sell in London  Newsmax
World's Second-Largest Diamond Fails to Sell at Auction
Darden's Profit Climbs But Gives Downbeat View
Darden Restaurants Inc. DRI 1.10 % on Thursday said its profit climbed 33% in the latest period as same-store sales rose, but the company gave a soft forecast for earnings in its new year.
Darden serves up bigger profits but growth weak at Olive Garden, LongHorn ...  Orlando Sentinel
Darden Restaurants (DRI) Tops Q4 Earnings, Lags Revenues
Constellation's Acquisitions Help Lift Top, Bottom Lines
Constellation Brands Inc. on Thursday posted higher profit and revenue as a number of acquisitions continued to boost the beer and wine distributor.
UPDATE 1-Memorial Day beer sales drive Constellation's results  Reuters
Keep me signed in  Investor's Business Daily
CIBC Pushes Into U.S. With a Bank Purchase -- WSJ
Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, in the latest move by a big Canadian bank to bet on the U.S. market for growth, agreed Wednesday to acquire Chicago-based lender PrivateBancorp Inc. for about $3.8 billion in cash and stock.
CIBC: Perplexed By The PrivateBancorp Deal  Seeking Alpha
CIBC Extends Canada Push Into U.S. With PrivateBancorp Deal  Bloomberg
ConAgra Reports Weaker-Than-Expected Sales as Consumer Brands Sag
ConAgra Foods Inc. reported a steeper-than-expected sales decline in its latest quarter, dragged by weakness in consumer brands as it continues to reshape its business.
UPDATE 1-ConAgra quarterly sales fall below analysts' estimates  Reuters
ConAgra turns in profitable 4th quarter  Omaha World-Herald