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Disney earnings were better than expectations, thanks to strength at the TV networks and theme parks, but revenue fell short, in part on lower ratings at ESPN. Stocks fell. Bobbi Rebell reports.

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It’s time for everyone who has benefited from the right to have an abortion to speak up, without stigma.

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American Airlines joined United and Delta in banning the transport of game trophies after the outrage over the killing of Cecil the lion. Fred Katayama reports.

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The company said it was offering unlimited leave for new mothers and fathers after the birth or adoption of a child.

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Drugmaker Shire says it’s seeking to buy Baxalta, a company spun-off by Baxter International last month, for $30 billion to forge the leading global specialist in rare diseases. As Joel Flynn reports the London-listed group went public with its approach after the U.S. firm turned it down.

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Since the outbreak that gave Legionnaires’ disease its name, water-cooling towers have been identified as prime breeding grounds, but the city has done little to address the risks.

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Business Funding News: Clinton: Trump is the one who shipped jobs overseas + MORE 10/20/2016

Hillary Clinton accused Donald Trump of moving jobs to Mexico and investing in foreign steel. Trump fired back, asking why she hasn't tightened regulations to protect U.S. workers..... More »

Business Funding News: Russell Investment's Stephen Wood on why he believes stocks are too expensive + MORE 12/22/2016

Stephen Wood, Chief Market Strategist at Russell Investments talks with Bobbi Rebell about the recent stock market rally, and why he thinks it has gone too far. .... More »

Business Funding News: Why Gunshot Victims Have Reason to Like the Affordable Care Act + MORE 11/29/2016

The expansion of state Medicaid programs under the health care law has brought coverage, and necessary treatment, to previously uninsured shooting victims..... More »

Small Business Funding News: Next week could provide a buy opportunity, says Jonathan Corpina + MORE 02/11/2017

Meridian Equity's Jonathan Corpina also tells Reuters' Fred Katayama that Sears stock may be worth considering. .... More »

Business Funding News: Skittles' tart response to Trump Jr.'s remarks + MORE 09/21/2016

The maker of Skittles candies offers a blunt response to a social media post by Donald Trump Jr. in which he compares Syrian refugees to poisoned Skittles. Linda So reports. .... More »