It’s Monday, which means that Attorneys Corporation Service, Inc. is bringing you the most relevant business and legal news that occurred this past weekend. Our goal is to enable you to spend less time gathering news about topics that concern you and more time practicing your business. From attorneys to CPAs to licensed financial professionals, our clients know that they can rely on us for their incorporation and business filing needs, as well as news that impacts their business.

American Airlines still plans to exit bankruptcy by the end of the year, but is not planning on a merger with US Airways despite pressure from unions to combine the two airlines.

Nadal beat Djokovic to win record 7th US Open.

A judge denied Jerry Sandusky’s motion to dismiss the charges against him.

As public interest in the Occupy movement begins to wane, activist leaders have started to look beyond the “Occupy” label that some feel has boxed in the populist movement.

U.S. stocks followed global markets higher after Spain’s banking bailout over the weekend.

Chinese banks picked up the pace of lending in May in an effort to stabilize the world’s second-largest economy and inflation eased to a two-year low amid economic slowdown.

Apparently, full-body scanners used for security screening at the nation’s airports do not expose passengers to dangerous levels of radiation.

It recently became legal for California landlords to prohibit smoking in their buildings.

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