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Medtronic Buys Covidien, Moving Executive HQ to Ireland

Medtronic Inc. announced it will pay $42.9 billion to acquire Irish surgical device maker Covidien and will move its executive headquarters to ­Ireland -- on paper, anyway -- to take advantage of tax benefits.


Mississippi Sues Credit Reporter Experian

Mississippi has sued credit reporting giant Experian, alleging sweeping errors in the company's data and routine violations of consumer protection laws.


Rising Coffee Prices Could Trickle Down to Customers

Rising prices for coffee could leave a bitter taste in consumers' mouths.


JetBlue Rolling Out Discount-Premium Option to JFK

JetBlue will take off in a new direction Sunday when the discount airline launches a front-of-the-plane premium service that will include lie-flat beds and tapas-style meals on flights between Los Angeles International Airport and New York's John F. Kennedy International.


Five Stocks that Make Great Father's Day Gifts for the Value Investor

Haven't got a present for your dad this Father's Day? Why not recommend him 5 safe stocks that any value investor would love?


Target Experiments with Same-Day Delivery

Target is jumping into the same-day delivery fray along with a growing number of competitors.


Why Priceline Bought OpenTable -- and What It Means for Yelp, Groupon, GrubHub

The acquisition of OpenTable will add dining to Priceline's product offerings to customers, as well as help Priceline grow its mobile presence, continue to build its brand and take the lead in offering services beyond just transportation and lodging.


P.F. Chang Confirms Credit Cards Hacked

P.F. Chang's China Bistro confirmed Friday morning that customer credit cards and debit cards had been compromised.


Feds Seek $10 Billion From Citigroup

Federal prosecutors are seeking more than $10 billion from Citigroup to settle an investigation into the bank's sale of mortgage-backed securities related to the 2008 financial crisis.


Priceline Buys OpenTable for $2.6 Billion

Priceline announced a deal with OpenTable that would let itself do for restaurant reservations much what it does for hotel bookings.


Do You Know What's in Your Beer?

A food blogger has successfully pressured Anheuser-Busch and MillerCoors, two of the world's largest beer brewers, to post their ingredients online.


Rocketing Oil Prices Loom in Iraq Crisis

Brent crude and U.S. oil prices climbed on worries that escalating violence in Iraq could disrupt oil supplies from the major OPEC exporter.


Oil Futures Shoot up on Iraq Fears

Crude oil prices have risen to 10-month highs amid concerns that developments in Iraq may affect global oil supplies.


Pom Wins Key Ruling in Coke Dispute

Coca-Cola's version of pomegranate juice isn't the real thing, according to competitor Pom Wonderful, which has been given another chance to prove it in court.


Silk Road Bitcoins Will Be Auctioned Off

The U.S. Marshals Service says it's going to auction roughly $18 million in bitcoins seized from the Silk Road black market website.


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