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sábado, 23 de julho de 2016

THE WALL STREET JOURNAL-Munich Gunman Had Apparent Interest in Mass Shootings, No Islamic State Ties

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Munich Gunman Had Apparent Interest in Mass Shootings, No Islamic State Ties

The gunman who killed nine people in a shooting spree in Munich was a school student born and raised in the city who was believed to have had taken an intense interest in mass shootings, officials said. in a day

Clinton Plays It Safe, Picking Kaine

Mrs. Clinton turned to a seasoned politician from a battleground state and a figure long seen as the favorite for the Democratic vice presidential slot. 433in a day
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton has selected Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine as her running mate. His Spanish fluency and centrist policies could boost Mrs. Clinton in the general election. Photo: AP
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton has selected Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine as her running mate. His Spanish fluency and centrist policies could boost Mrs. Clinton in the general election. Photo: AP

Hershey Trust to Reach Settlement With Pennsylvania

Hershey Co.’s largest shareholder—a trust that oversees billions of dollars for a local, nonprofit school—has agreed to make significant governance changes that could affect the future of the chocolate company. in a day

Verizon Is Close to $5 Billion Deal for Yahoo Web Units

Verizon is nearing a deal to buy Yahoo’s core internet businesses, absorbing a company that helped usher in the internet age. in 21 hours

Justice Department Charges Three in $1 Billion Medicare Fraud Scheme

The Justice Department charged three individuals in its largest-ever single criminal health-care fraud case. 205in a day

Continuing Fuel Glut Likely to Keep a Lid on Refiners’ Profit

The unrelenting build up of fuel in storage tanks portends another weak quarter for U.S. oil companies that were counting on American drivers hitting the road to revive earnings from refining operations. in a day

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