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Saturday, May 30, 2015

Fox Business

VA Vanishing Patient FLRA Case

Yesterday
Taxpayers Must Reward Back Pay to VA Worker Who Let Psych Patient Vanish

USDA Inspector Misses Rat Infestation

Yesterday
Taxpayers Must Reward Back Pay to USDA Food Inspector Who Didn’t Catch Rat Infestation

Markets Close in the Red on Last Trading Day of May

Yesterday
It was the last day of trading for the month of May and the markets closed the day in the red, but are higher for the second month in a row. by Liz Claman

Dollar Tree to Shed 330 Stores

Yesterday
Dollar Tree Inc. plans to sell 330 stores to private-equity firm Sycamore Partners, addressing regulatory concerns related to its planned merger with Family Dollar Stores.

GM Recalls Heavy Duty Trucks With Takata Air Bags

Yesterday
General Motors is recalling about 375,000 heavy duty pickup trucks equipped with passenger-side air bag inflators made by Takata, the U.S. automaker said.

Bank of America to Pay $30 Million, Fix Violations on Servicemembers' Accounts

Yesterday
Bank of America Corp. has agreed to pay a $30 million civil penalty and correct violations on about 73,000 accounts of U.S. military members.

Congress Gives FAA Deadline to Respond to FOX Business Report

Yesterday
Congress Gives FAA June 26 Deadline to Respond to FOX Business Report "Trouble in the Skies". by Adam Shapiro

Week Ahead: May Jobs Report and Trade Data

Yesterday
The May jobs report is the highlight of next week’s economic calendar as economists ponder whether the U.S. labor market is regaining some of the momentum of late last year. by Dunstan Prial

Humana Considers Sale of Company

Yesterday
Health insurer Humana Inc. is considering selling the company, a move that could trigger a widely anticipated wave of consolidation in the industry.

Anheuser-Busch Producing Canned Water for Flood Victims

Yesterday
An Anheuser Busch plant in northwest Georgia has started canning water instead of beer to help flood victims in Texas and Oklahoma.

Blatter Re-elected FIFA President As Opponent Bows Out Before Next Round Of Voting

Yesterday
Joseph "Sepp" Blatter was re-elected to a fifth four-year term as head of FIFA, the global ruling body for soccer (or football, as the sport is called outside the U.S.) after his lone opponent, Prince Ali bin al Hussein, a FIFA vice president from Jordan, pulled out after the first round. by Silvia Ascarelli

Humana Shares Leap On Report Of Possible Sale

Yesterday
Shares of Humana Inc. jumped nearly 17% at one point Friday afternoon as the Wall Street Journal reported the health insurer is considering putting itself up for sale. by Russ Britt

Active U.S. Oil Rig Count Down 25 Weeks In a Row

Yesterday
The number of U.S. rigs actively drilling for oil fell for a 25th week in a row, according to data from Baker Hughes released on Friday. by Myra P. Saefong

A Game Changer in Cancer Treatment

Yesterday
Heron Therapeutics stock soars 60% as the company nears cure for chemo related nausea.  by Suzanne O'Halloran

Wells Fargo Open to Financing Other GE Deals

Yesterday
Wells Fargo & Co. Chief John Stumpf said the bank may finance other General Electric Co. deals as they unfold, but he wouldn't make any predictions at a financial conference Friday about whether the bank would be a buyer.

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