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Wal-Mart executives may soon learn the older less and that that time -- Italy's biggest problem.
It's the cover us.
The New York Times reports that workers at wal mart's Mexican unit -- Mexican officials to help the retailer get permits to expand faster across the country.
Then executives shut down any thorough investigation of those allegations.
Wal-Mart says it's looking into the -- -- another merger in the airline industry US Airways is looking to unite would bankrupt American Airlines.
-- such a deal happened further consolidation will likely mean higher ticket prices for passengers.
And headaches for the bankruptcy court.
American will spend the next few weeks asking a judge to throw out its labor union contracts.
-- -- can save more than a billion dollars but on Friday.
US air struck a deal with American's unions to support -- take over and save 6200 jobs in the process.
That's about half of the number American was looking to cut in its reorganizations.
You -- hearing this correctly gas prices are moving lower.
The Lundberg survey puts the national average at three dollars 91 cents that's a drop of more than a nickel over the past two weeks.
And a quick look overseas the picture isn't pretty -- in an official recession.
Eurozone manufacturing surprisingly fell in April Chinese manufacturing rose but still -- in contraction territory.
And failed budget deal in the Netherlands as bond deals there rising.
That's just more on stock's reaction to overseas events log onto foxbusiness.com.
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