CNN Money: Top business headlines for May 27

CNN Money's Maribel Aber has your top business and financial news on this Tuesday, May 27.

Teamsters Appealing to Gov. Beebe to Save ABF Jobs in NLR

The president of the Teamsters local in North Little Rock says he will meet with Gov. Mike Beebe next week as the union tries to keep ABF Freight Systems from moving its distribution center - and most of its 300-plus jobs - to Memphis.

The 3 brands that GM hasn't recalled - yet

It may seem like GM is recalling every car it's ever made. The truth is there are three GM brands that haven't been recalled in 2014: Hummer, Saab and Oldsmobile.

New 'Call of Duty' boasts 'game changer' tech features

This year's 'Call of Duty' game is outfitted with futuristic technology and new-world geopolitics.

Paralyzed teen to kick World Cup's first ball with mind-controlled exoskeleton

This year's World Cup could be host to something more exciting than a bicycle kick scoring the winning goal. Thanks to an international collaboration between universities such as Colorado State University, the Technical University of Munich and the Lily Safra International Institute of Neuroscience of Natal in Brazil, a paralyzed teen is set to open the sporting event by kicking a football while wearing a motorized exoskeleton controlled by his or her brain.


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