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USA TODAY
Black-owned banks get rush of new depositors
USA TODAY
A black-owned Atlanta bank is experiencing a sudden surge of deposits, powered by a campaign aimed at bolstering black-owned financial institutions after multiple high-profile police killings raised awareness of institutional inequality. Citizens Trust ...

HeraldNet
Renton has shared in Boeing's highs and lows
HeraldNet
The Boeing Co. turned 100 on July 15. Throughout the year, The Daily Herald is covering the people, airplanes and moments that define The Boeing Century. More about this series. RENTON — The Boeing Co. and the city of Renton have grown up together ...

Chicago Tribune
More gates at O'Hare could mean fewer delays, less crowding: city, expert
Chicago Tribune
Mayor Rahm Emanuel announced at O'Hare International Airport that a modernization plan backed by the major airlines will take place. Hal Dardick and Mary Wisniewski Contact ReportersChicago Tribune. In a move that could reduce passenger delays, the ...

Wall Street Journal
Citigroup Tops Expectations, Despite Drop in Profit
Wall Street Journal
Citigroup Inc. C -0.27 % turned in lower profit and revenue for the second quarter versus a year earlier. But for a bank that is still considered a work in progress, it was good enough for many investors. The bank on Friday said earnings fell 17% from ...

New York Times
Herbalife Settlement With FTC Ends Billionaires' Battle
New York Times
In the Wall Street dogfight between two billionaire investors, William A. Ackman won a moral victory but Carl C. Icahn won the war over the future of Herbalife, the nutritional supplements company. On Friday, federal regulators imposed stiff sanctions ...

U.S. News & World Report
Stocks end little changed after mixed day
U.S. News & World Report
FILE - In this Sept. 17, 2008 file photo, a Wall Street sign is shown in New York. Stocks are rising modestly in early morning trading Friday, July 15, 2016 as the market extends a winning streak into a sixth day. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan) The ...

Honolulu Civil Beat
Hawaii commission says no to major electric utility merger
Myrtle Beach Sun News
The Hawaii Public Utilities Commission has voted to not approve a merger between Florida-based NextEra and Hawaii's largest utility, saying the companies didn't show they would provide adequate benefits to ratepayers or help the state meet its ...

NDTV
Pokémon Go - How Nintendo Beat Microsoft And Sony With An End Run
Seeking Alpha
Pokémon Go is a new sensation. Just launched on July 6, the app is already the #1 app in the world - and it isn't even available in most countries. In less than 2 weeks, from a standing start, Nintendo's (OTCPK:NTDOY) (OTCPK:NTDOF) new app is more ...

Bloomberg
BP Raises Deepwater Horizon Spill Liability by $5.2 Billion
Bloomberg
BP Plc has raised the total liability from the Deepwater Horizon oil disaster, which triggered the worst offshore oil spill in U.S. history, by $5.2 billion to $61.6 billion before tax. The London-based company expects to take a $2.5 billion after-tax ...

MarketWatch
Rich Americans are totally freaked out about Brexit, economic data shows
MarketWatch
A measure of consumer sentiment dropped sharply in July, as wealthy Americans were rattled by a decision by the U.K. to leave the European Union. The University of Michigan said on Friday its consumer sentiment index fell to 89.5 in July, a three-month ...

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