Walgreen deal with PBM to end, shares down

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Drugstore chain operator Walgreen Co said it was unable to renew an important contract with a major pharmacy benefits manager and faces continued pressure from government reimbursement policies, sending its shares down nearly 4 percent in premarket trading.
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Greece fears drive down futures ahead of jobs data

Stock index futures dipped on Thursday as global equities tumbled on worries that the lack of a deal on how to handle the Greek debt crisis could trigger disorderly market moves and crimp liquidity.
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LulzSec continues global hack attack: CIA down, Senate attacked again!

Hacker group LulzSec is relentlessly continuing its attack: the public website of the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) i.e. was hacked by the group and taken down temporarily on Wednesday even as the U.S. Senate said it had foiled a renewed hacking bid by the same group.
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LulzSec takes down CIA website but classified data safe

Lulz Security or LulzSec, the hackers collective, claimed responsibility for disabling the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency's (CIA) public website on Wednesday, two days after hacking the U.S. Senate's computer system.
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Glencore plays down ENRC bid talk

Commodities trader Glencore is not considering a bid for embattled miner ENRC, its chief executive said, dismissing reports of a takeover after it disappointed the market with its maiden first-quarter results.
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Dow, S&P 500 end down for sixth week

The Dow and S&P 500 closed out their sixth week of losses on Friday as further signs of a global economic slowdown set the stage for more losses to come.
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L.A's Traffic Cameras to be shut down?

Los Angeles Police Commission voted unanimously Tuesday to shut down red-light traffic cameras at 32 intersections, saying it costs too much and doesn't reduce safety.
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Should Rihanna's latest offering 'Man Down' be banned?

Pop star Rihanna's latest video, 'Man Down' has sparked a controversy involving explicitly violent and raunchy videos being broadcast on television, uncensored, as the Parents Television Council (PTC) appealed to the BET (Black Entertainment Television) network to ban the video. The video, premiered on BET last Tuesday, shows Rihanna murdering a man near a crowded railway station in what looks like a premeditated event. As the video progresses in flashback, Rihanna is seen sexually assa...
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Rihanna, working her issues out through art [Video]

Rihanna's 'Man Down' isn't her first video to stir controversy. She's had several videos that have created waves due to their lyrics or innuendos, though none have sparked as much criticism as her latest video 'Man Down' which has created a tsunami of controversy.
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Wall Street ends down as jobs data disappoints

Wall Street closed out a fifth week of losses with more selling on Friday after a gloomy jobs report strengthened the case the economy was slowing, though analysts said indexes may finally stabilize in the near term.
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Weak jobs growth drags down staffing stocks

Shares of U.S. staffing and jobs services companies fell on Friday after a disappointing jobs report showed far fewer new jobs were created last month than economists expected, adding to recent evidence the U.S. economy has hit a soft patch.


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