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  1. Opponents of the Seattle head tax aim to gather 30,000 signatures by June 5 to get a referendum on the ballot.

  2. Allegheny County school district board's measures included furloughing seven teachers and reconfiguring grade levels in some of the district's buildings.

  3. Matthew Masiel’s Screaming Eagle Development, LLC has plans to redevelop properties at 1815 Locust St. and 7401 Vermont Ave.

  4. Florida-based banks had fewer loans and a strong increase in profits during the first quarter of the year.

  5. With Wes Edens’ private passenger train service extending service to Miami last weekend, the Milwaukee Bucks co-owner is discussing similar projects in other regions of the country, including Charlotte.

  6. The acquisition is expected to close on May 21.

  7. Since January, Amazon has been scoping out the sites on the company's HQ2 shortlist. Amazon has been particularly interested in the quality of education and the tech-to-talent pipeline in each city.

  8. According to financial statements filed with the SEC, Sprint tied for the 28th-highest legal, litigation and settlement expenses among U.S. public companies. Here's how that compares with other Kansas City-area companies.

  9. American Financial Group Inc. shareholders will receive a huge dividend payment this Friday. But that won’t necessarily be the end of the company’s big special payments to investors.

  10. Museum of Science President Ioannis Miaoulis earned an 11% pay increase in the museum’s most recently completed fiscal year.

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