Italy holds two over migrant deaths

Survivors of Sunday’s sinking off Libya arrived in the Sicilian port of Catania late on Monday The captain and a crew member of a boat that capsized off Libya on Sunday, killing hundreds of migrants, have been arrested, Italian officials say. The two, held on suspicion of people trafficking, were among 27 survivors who arrived in Sicily late on Monday.

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America’s Highest Paid CEO: It’s Not Who You Think

Go ahead and guess: Who was the highest-paid executive at an American company last year? Tim Cook? Larry Ellison? Microsoft’s Satya Nadella? No, according to an analysis by Bloomberg News, it was 39-year-old Nick Woodman, the CEO of camera-maker GoPro (GPRO). Shortly before the company went public last June, Woodman received a restricted stock grant valued at $284.5 million as of

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Clinton floats tax-code changes as she campaigns in New Hampshire

By Amanda Becker KEENE, New Hampshire (Reuters) – Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton said on Monday she would consider changes to the U.S. tax code to reward companies that produce goods and services as opposed to trading, which she likened to “playing games.” Campaigning in the early-voting state of New Hampshire, Clinton underscored the anti-Wall Street rhetoric she used in

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Action call over grocery pricing

The consumer body Which? has called on the regulator to act over “confusing and misleading” supermarket prices. It has launched a “super-complaint”, a legal move which means the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) must respond within 90 days. Which? said it had repeatedly exposed the tactics, but that “these dodgy offers” remained on the shelves. Industry body the British Retail

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