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GE to Take $6.2 Billion Charge Tied to Long-Term Care Insurance
General Electric Co. will take a $6.2 billion charge for the fourth quarter as the manufacturing behemoth grapples with lingering problems in a legacy insurance business.
GE to take $6.2 billion charge related to its legacy reinsurance businesses ...  CNBC
GE Shares Plunge After $6.2 Billion Earnings Hit Linked to Finance Unit  TheStreet.com
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Citigroup Plays Up Investor Payouts Once Tax Cuts Trigger Profits
As big U.S. banks weigh how to divvy up their windfall from a massive U.S. tax cut, Citigroup Inc.'s approach appears to be set: Shower profits on investors.
Citi profit tops estimates; books $22 billion tax charge  Reuters
Citigroup earnings top expectations, excluding $19 billion charge for tax ...  CNBC
Bitcoin plunges below $12000 to six-week low over crackdown fears
The price of bitcoin fell below $12,000 for the first time since December 5, according to CoinDesk data. South Korea Finance Minister Kim Dong-yeon said in a radio program interview that "the shutdown of virtual currency exchanges is still one of the ...
Can Hedge Funds Handle a Bitcoin Bust?  Bloomberg
Bitcoin prices plunge as South Korea says ban still an option  CBS News
Dow futures surge 206 points, index set to hit 26000 for the first time
U.S. stock index futures were up sharply ahead of Tuesday's open following the long holiday weekend. Dow Jones industrial average futures rose 206 points, setting up the 30-stock index to break above 26,000 for the first time.
Dow on track to top 26000 at open  Reuters
Dow aims for 26000 as Wall Street eyes new milestones  Financial Times
Here's What Analysts Are Saying About the $1.7 Billion BP Hit
Crews battle a fire on theDeepwater Horizon rig on April 21, 2010. Photographer: U.S. Coast Guard/Getty Images North America. BP shares fell the most among European energy companies after announcing a charge of about $1.7 billion as part of the ...
BP Finally Swims Away From Deepwater Horizon With Environment Still Damaged  24/7 Wall St.
BP plc (ADR) Will Take Further $1.7 Billion Q4 Charge for Gulf Spill Claims  Investorplace.com
McDonald's aims for fully recycled packaging by 2025
Fast food giant McDonald's has said all its packaging worldwide will come from sustainable sources by 2025. The restaurant chain will aim to get all items like bags, straws, wrappers and cups from recycled or renewable materials, up from half currently ...
McDonald's to recycle packaging in all locations globally by 2025  Chicago Tribune
McDonald's Is Addressing A Top Customer Concern: All That Trash It Makes  BuzzFeed News
Energizer Spends $2 Billion to Add Rayovac Brand
FILE - This Feb. 2, 2015, file photo shows examples of new Energizer EcoAdvanced batteries, at the company's headquarters in St. Louis.
Energizer buying Rayovac batteries for $2 billion  STLtoday.com
The Energizer Bunny Is Buying Rayovac in a $2 Billion Deal  Fortune
Boeing's 'Son of Blackbird' hypersonic strike aircraft could go five times the ...
Boeing has finally unveiled a successor to the legendary Blackbird SR-71 spy plane, capable of travelling at five times the speed of sound.
Boeing shows its vision for a hypersonic spy aircraft  Engadget
Boeing unveils its 'Son of Blackbird' hypersonic spy plane concept ...  Daily Mail
Miners dig up one of the biggest diamonds in history
A massive diamond the size of two golf balls and worth an estimated $40 million has been unearthed in Africa, according to reports.
Massive Diamond Discovered in Lesotho Is World's Fifth Largest  Gizmodo
One of the Biggest Diamonds in History Has Just Been Discovered. It's ...  Fortune
Iceland supermarket chain aims to be plastic free by 2023
Supermarket chain Iceland has said it will eliminate or drastically reduce plastic packaging of all its own-label products by the end of 2023.
Frozen food powerhouse commits to ban on plastic packaging  CNBC
Iceland supermarket vows to eliminate plastic on all own-branded products  The Guardian