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AP Top Business News at 11:37 a.m. EDT

Trump's budget means deep cuts for health care safety net
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Candidate Donald Trump promised better and more affordable health care, but as president his first full budget calls for deep cuts to popular insurance programs. And it omits any proposal for negotiating prescription drug prices, a frequent Trump talking point....

Mulvaney defends Trump budget's social safety net cuts
WASHINGTON (AP) -- White House budget chief Mick Mulvaney told lawmakers on Wednesday that President Donald Trump's plans to slash social programs are designed to increase economic growth to 3 percent and put "taxpayers first."...

Women CEOs earned more last year, but few were in top job
NEW YORK (AP) -- Women CEOs earned big bucks last year, but there's still very few of them running the world's largest companies....

Home sales fell in April amid supply squeeze
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Americans pulled back their pace of home-buying in April, as the shrinking number of houses for sale and rising prices are putting them in a bind as their options dwindle....

United CEO likely to face investor questions about dragging
CHICAGO (AP) -- United Airlines CEO Oscar Munoz is likely to face questions from shareholders Wednesday about the rough removal of a passenger from a flight, an incident that sparked weeks of bad publicity....

Fox moves to dismiss lawsuit by ex-anchor Andrea Tantaros
NEW YORK (AP) -- Fox News Channel has asked a federal court to throw out a lawsuit by former anchor Andrea Tantaros, saying her claims that "sock puppet" Twitter accounts were set up to harass her were false....

Airlines have rules about taking photos, video on planes
DALLAS (AP) -- Without the shocking video, it's unlikely that the world would have learned or cared about the violent manhandling of a 69-year-old man on a plane last month....

Only on AP: CEO pay climbed faster last year, up 8.5 percent
NEW YORK (AP) -- The typical CEO at the biggest U.S. companies got an 8.5 percent raise last year, raking in $11.5 million in salary, stock and other compensation last year, according to a study by executive data firm Equilar for The Associated Press. That's the biggest raise in three years....

The Latest: Mulvaney defends plans to cut social programs
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Latest on President Donald Trump's budget (all times local):...

Washington consultant charged in insider trading case
NEW YORK (AP) -- A Washington consultant is among five people charged in an insider trading case stemming from secrets leaked from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services....

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Home sales fell in April amid supply squeeze

Airlines have rules about taking photos, video on planes

US home sales slid 2.3 percent in April as supplies tightened and prices climbed

Graco recalls car seats; webbing may not hold child in crash

Markets Right Now: Stocks open mostly higher on Wall Street

Lowe's weak quarter stands in stark contrast to retail rival

Women CEOs earned more last year, but few were in top job

Global shares mixed; China stocks dip after rating cut

China's Geely to buy Lotus, take stake in Malaysia's Proton

Obama-era rule on financial advisers to go forward, for now


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