Boeing Exec Calls for Merger Scrutiny and 3 Dow Movers Demanding Attention

The Boeing Company’s (NYSE:BA) chief of defense operations, Dennis Muilenburg, says that a merger between BAE Systems (BAESY.PK) and European Aeronautics (EADSY.PK) should be closely examined by regulators since it would heighten national security and industrial issues, according to Reuters.

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Bank of America Corporation’s (NYSE:BAC) settlement with Gibbs & Bruns law firm over allegedly defective mortgage bonds has prompted the latter to comment that Wells Fargo & Co. (NYSE:WFC) and Morgan Stanley (NYSE:MS) failed to perform their duties while servicing $73 billion in securities, says Reuters.

Cisco Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ:CSCO): California’s largest health district, Palomar Health, has named multiple Cisco collaboration, network and data center solutions as the foundation for establishing one of the most technologically-advanced hospitals in the nation. The Palomar Health Medical Center in western Escondido opened for patient care on Aug. 9th, and is an 11-story structure with 288 beds.

Chevron Corporation (NYSE:CVX): The United Kingdom’s Environmental Audit Committee requests that international governments seek a moratorium on all oil and gas offshore drilling in the Arctic, until a point at which new safeguards are in place, reports the Associated Press.

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