It’s Monday, and below, Attorneys Corporation Service, Inc. has brought you the most relevant business and legal news that occurred over the weekend. Our goal is to enable you to spend less time gathering news about topics that concern you and more time practicing your business.

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Dell, looking to expand beyond its business of selling personal computers, announced on Monday that it would buy Quest Software for $2.5 billion.

The pay gap still exists, and it’s big: women earn an average of 77 cents on a man’s dollar.

A group of Facebook shareholders is seeking to offload $1 billion worth of shares on the secondary market, a sale that would value the company at more than $70 billion.

CBS, NBC and Fox will face Dish in court starting today over its commercial-skipping feature AutoHop, which works on TV network programs recorded on DVRs.

Chrysler intends to sell bonds to pay off its loans — $5.8 billion from the United States government and $1.7 billion from Canada’s — by the end of May.

The bond market is showing growing investor confidence in the safety of dollar assets.

Stockton, California to declare bankruptcy. Are the big banks involved?

Mexico’s Pena Nieto garnered between 37.9%and 38.6%of the vote yesterday, beating his rivals by at least 6% points. His win would restore the Institutional Revolutionary Party to the presidency it held for 71 years until 2000.

Suspicions mount about whether Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts switched his vote on health care reform.

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One Response to Weekend Roundup: June 29 – July 1, 2012

  1. Moe Szyslack says:

    Why don’t CBS, FOX, and NBC execs want consumers to enjoy commercial-free TV? It’s what we want to retain customers in our storefront business and keep our daily revenues up.

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