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quinta-feira, 7 de abril de 2016

THE WALL STREET JOURNAL-Brazil Moves Closer to Impeaching President

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ELECTION 2016

States With GOP Unbound Delegates Prove Precious

The three remaining Republican candidates are in a surprise battle for delegates in states that chose to skip holding binding contests this year. in 21 hours

Unions’ Super PAC Effort Stalls

A fight among labor unions over who would control a proposed $50 million super PAC has slowed the creation of a unified effort to boost the chances of labor-friendly Democrats winning in November. in a day

7-Eleven CEO Resigns as Loeb Prevails in Board Fight

An 83-year-old convenience-store pioneer who built the Tokyo-based 7-Eleven empire said he would step down after losing a boardroom clash that pitted him against U.S. hedge-fund operator Daniel Loeb. in a day

Valeant Gets Lender OK to Amend Debt Terms

Valeant Pharmaceuticals said it secured a commitment from loan holders to amend terms of its debt, buying time as the drugmaker attempts to resuscitate itself. in a day
The Pfizer-Allergan mega-merger was scuttled by new Obama administration regulations on corporate inversions and "earnings stripping." How could these clampdowns be costly to companies with interests overseas? Jason Bellini has #TheShortAnswer. Photo: AP
The Pfizer-Allergan mega-merger was scuttled by new Obama administration regulations on corporate inversions and "earnings stripping." How could these clampdowns be costly to companies with interests overseas? Jason Bellini has #TheShortAnswer. Photo: AP

New Tax Rules on Inversion Deals Are Met With Protest

Pfizer, Allergan and others are critical of new Treasury Department rules aimed at limiting companies’ ability to move their tax addresses overseas. 146in a day

Co-Founder Defends Law Firm at Center of ‘Panama Papers’

Jürgen Mossack, whose firm is at the center of the “Panama Papers” leak, said his firm did nothing wrong in selling shell companies in tax havens and has no plans to change its ways. in a day

1MDB Board Offers to Resign After Query About Top Bosses

The offer from the board of the Malaysian state fund came after a parliament inquiry found that billions of dollars have gone missing from 1MDB and recommended that senior management face a criminal investigation. in a day

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