European Union Fines Google A Record 2.4 Billion Euros The European Union fined Google a record 2.42 billion-euro ($2.72 billion) for reportedly taking advantage of its dominance in the industry and directing customer to its own online shopping business. 
Potential Jurors Excused In 'Pharma Bro' Fraud Trial Several possible jurors were excused during the fraud trial of the man known as "Pharma Bro" after telling the judge the could not be impartial toward the former pharmaceutical CEO who raised the cost of a life-saving drug 5,000 percent. 
Scott Seeks To Scuttle Challenge To Citrus Money VetoAttorney for Florida's governor argued Monday that the Florida Supreme Court should reject a lawsuit that challenges the governor's veto of $37.4 million that would compensate homeowners for healthy citrus trees that were cut down by the state. 
European Union Weighs Retaliation If U.S. Imposes Steel TariffsTop trade officials with the European Union say the bloc is preparing retaliatory measures if the United States imposes steel tariffs on imports. 
Lauren's List: These Old Spending Rules Should Be BrokenNo one wants to be guilty of committing a financial faux pas, but according to U.S. News and World Report, some of the money and spending rules of the past ought to be broken.
Clinton: 'Creative Societies Are About Multiplication, Not Division'Former President Bill Clinton spoke on a range of today's trending topics as hundreds of mayors convene on Miami Beach for the U.S. Conference of Mayors 85th Annual Meeting.
U.S. Halts Brazilian Beef Imports Over Health ConcernsThe USDA has halted imports of fresh Brazilian beef to the United States over public health concerns. 
Speaker Says Visit Florida 'Cleaning Up Their Act' Amid Budget Criticism- Tourism marketing agency Visit Florida is apparently listening to state lawmakers' criticism over their handling of funds, according to House Speaker Richard Corcoran.
Who Needs A Break? These Cities And States Leave The Most Vacation Days UnusedWhich cities and states least use vacation time? Project Time Off crunched the numbers.
Uber, Lyft Pick Up Now Allowed At Orlando Airportfficials at Orlando International Airport voted Wednesday on new rules that will allow ride-sharing companies to pick up passengers at terminals.
Study Links Legalized Pot With Increase In Car Crash ClaimsA new insurance study linked legalized recreational marijuana use to increased car crash claims. 
Will Airbag Victims Be Compensated If Takata Goes Bankrupt?South Florida resident Jerry Adler required surgery to repair a broken wrist he blames on a faulty airbag in his 2005 Honda Accord.

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