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  • Ebola's Stigma Adds to Liberians' Burden
  • Ebola Vaccine Push Ramps Up
  • In Texas, Toll Roads Proliferate---and a Backlash Builds
  • U.S. Airdrops Weapons to Syrian Kurds
  • Kerry Urges Action on Islamists, Ebola
  • Supreme Court to Review Privacy Rights of Hotels
  • Gridlock Could Prove Costly at Polls
  • Democrats' New Senate Move: Backing Long Shots
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  • Venture Capitalists: Our Last Great Hope?
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  • Where Is Opportunity in America?
  • Is OPEC Falling Apart?
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  • What's Driving the Market Meltdown?
  • Global Oil Glut Sends Prices Plunging
  • Boomers vs. Millennials: Future of the Job Market
  • Dimon Weighs In on Jobs and Banking Regulation
  • Robert Shiller on Long-Term Stock Predictions
  • Ben Bernanke Testifies in AIG Trial, and More
  • Who Is Richer and Who Is Poorer in Hong Kong?
  • Forbes Real Time
  • On Brazil's Struggling Petrobras, Barclays Becomes A Believer
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  • Forbes - Personal Finance
  • When Is It Worth It To Drop Out Of College?
  • The Top Ten Tax Cases (And Rulings) Of 2014: #10 - IRA and Qualified Plan Rollovers Are More Treacherous Than You Realize
  • Monica Lewinsky, In First Public Talk Ever, Condemns Internet Shaming
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  • What An October Pullback May Lead To For Investors
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  • The Best And Worst States For Retirement Security
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  • Africa's Richest Man Aliko Dangote To Support Liberia In Fight Against Ebola
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  • G8 will produce lots of chatter, but not much else
  • Stocks close in the red on concerns Fed will pare back stimulus
  • Financial markets suffering a crisis of confidence
  • Jobless claims drop, showing labor market still healing
  • What's behind the spike in pump prices where you are?
  • S&P gives US credit outlook a better grade
  • Job growth shows economy expanding at leisurely pace
  • Progress on the jobs front will be slow, but steady
  • Jobless claims drop, labor market improves slowly
  • Businesses slow job creation, raising summer slowdown fears
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  • Reuters: Business News
  • Apple sells better-than-expected 39.3 million iPhones in September quarter
  • U.S. risks trade sanctions in WTO meat label dispute
  • Strong earnings lift Wall St. despite IBM's flop
  • Top Allergan holder Paulson urges deal with Shire: sources
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  • IBM ditches 2015 operating EPS target, shares slump 7 percent
  • Valeant says may raise Allergan bid; beats on profit
  • Toyota recalls 247,000 vehicles in U.S. over Takata air bags
  • Faster 'cloud' orders for SAP hurt 2014 profit outlook
  • Deaths linked to GM ignition-switch defect rise to 29
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  • New apps bring kids' playtime back to real world
  • Mitel goes public with $540 million offer for ShoreTel
  • CEO says no gender pay gap at Microsoft
  • Facebook sues lawyers for pursuing dubious Ceglia lawsuit
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  • IBM ditches 2015 operating EPS target, shares slump 7 percent
  • Wall Street urges U.S. regulators' joint cybersecurity approach
  • Faster 'cloud' orders for SAP hurt 2014 profit outlook
  • BlackBerry shares up after unconfirmed report on possible Lenovo bid
  • Reuters Video: Business
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  • Breakingviews: Bleak day at Big Blue
  • France, Germany seek new options for economic growth
  • Black eye for Big Blue
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  • Philips: Q3 loss, spin-off to happen
  • SAP looks to cloud for future revenues
  • Breakingviews: SAP fluffs cloud strategy
  • FACTBOX: Japan's Abe loses two female ministers in one day
  • Hong Kong protests won't derail Shanghai stock connect
  • Reuters: Internet News
  • Wall Street urges U.S. regulators' joint cybersecurity approach
  • New apps bring kids' playtime back to real world
  • Microsoft to provide cloud, tools for tackling Ebola
  • Industry chiefs including Zuckerberg named to board of influential Beijing business school
  • China's JD.com starts operations in $1 billion warehouse, land push
  • Microsoft plans to launch smartwatch within weeks: Forbes
  • China says it's hard to resume cyber security talks with U.S.
  • Twitter lets users stream music, audio via SoundCloud tie-up
  • Google's revenue falls short despite curbing price declines
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  • Reuters: Mergers News
  • UPDATE 1-Chipotle restaurant sales soar, stock dips on forecast
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  • CORRECTED-UPDATE 2-Mitel goes public with $540 mln offer for ShoreTel
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  • UPDATE 2-Top Allergan holder Paulson urges deal with Shire -sources
  • UPDATE 3-Mexico's Alfa seeks to raise $1 bln for energy projects
  • UPDATE 2-Canadian Pacific Railway ends merger talks with CSX
  • Platts says not charged with wrongdoing after EU ethanol trade raids
  • U.S. nonbank cash holdings at record high $1.65 trln-Moody's
  • Reuters: Private Equity
  • MOVES-Merrill Lynch, Morgan Stanley, BNP Paribas, AgBank
  • UPDATE 1-Texas investor Samuel Wyly files for bankruptcy after SEC enforcement case
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  • UPDATE 2-Dutch investment firm SHV bids $3.4 bln for Nutreco
  • Spain's Telepizza brings in new shareholders to refinance debt
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  • UPDATE 1-Marc Andreessen quits eBay board ahead of PayPal spinoff
  • UPDATE 1-Platform Specialty to buy Arysta to boost agrichem business
  • Marc Andreessen to quit eBay board
  • RPT-As IPO markets stumble, private equity buyers prepare to swoop
  • View from the Top
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  • Bank of Cyprus seeks more fiscal action
  • Marsh & McLennan on geopolitical risk
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  • US more exciting than China, says TTI
  • Keeping tabs on media fragmentation
  • China's trade flows the target for OCBC
  • Mitsui chief on Abenomics and growth
  • Arm boss confident on mobile growth
  • Euronext carves its own path
  • US Equities Market Data - FT.com
  • IBM weighs heavily on the Dow
  • Loans to buy US shares at record levels
  • Honeywell rewarded after strong earnings
  • Markets: Into uncharted waters
  • The sound and fury in global markets
  • US equity bulls need good earnings story
  • Market turmoil fuels doubts over Europe
  • Baker Hughes sinks on geopolitical turmoil
  • Fear returns with yield plunge
  • Warning light flashes on stock correction
  • Global Economy
  • ECB launches new covered bond purchases
  • BoE launches review after payments crash
  • US trade agenda awaits midterm elections
  • African economic growth faces disruption
  • EU and China agree truce on trade spats
  • ExIm warns US of export risk from China
  • Banks warned of stiffer penalties
  • Berlin and Paris paper over budget cracks
  • German companies consider job cuts
  • S&P 500 regains 1,900 but nerves remain
  • Markets
  • S&P 500 regains 1,900 but nerves remain
  • BWin bounces amid wider weakness
  • Investors weigh Venezuela debt default
  • LME plans to launch HK-based contracts
  • Investors turn to junk ETFs amid sell-off
  • IBM weighs heavily on the Dow
  • Brazil’s markets track election polls
  • Saudi Arabia keeps the oil market guessing
  • Market nerves do not portend global slump
  • Pick fund managers with skin in the game
  • Hedge Funds
  • Lansdowne Partners creates chairman role
  • Man Group warns on ‘unpredictable’ markets
  • Hedge funds face worst year since 2011
  • Shire deal threat flays hedge funds
  • UK hedge fund founder denies $600m fraud
  • Activist TCI sells Coal India stake
  • Do not shop for bargain bin hedge funds
  • Starboard clears out entire Darden board
  • Dollar rise gives Brevan Howard a boost
  • P2P lenders lured into treacherous seas
  • Commodities
  • Saudi Arabia keeps the oil market guessing
  • LME plans to launch HK-based contracts
  • BHP Billiton leads supersizing retreat
  • LME Week: here’s what to expect
  • US railroads struggle to collect crops
  • Oil gush keeps prices low as fear is high
  • Oil rallies sharply after near 4-year low
  • Interactive graphic: How do oil producers balance the books?
  • Latin American plantations - the future for chocolate?
  • US crude price falls under $80
  • Financial Times - Currency Markets News and Data
  • S&P 500 regains 1,900 but nerves remain
  • Weak currency fails to benefit eurozone
  • Bitcoin exchange to trade other currencies
  • Outlook: China growth to slow in third quarter
  • Stocks finish week on firmer note
  • Week in Review, October 18
  • Markets: Into uncharted waters
  • The sound and fury in global markets
  • Dollar hit by taper delay speculation
  • Wall St steadies but trade remains volatile
  • Private Equity
  • Platform Specialty grabs Arysta for $3.5bn
  • Jeremy Zimmer: uber agent goes digital
  • The secret sauce of railway pensions
  • Virgin Money pulls out of London listing
  • Accor seeks bigger slice of digital pie
  • China insurer mimics Buffett with Waldorf buy
  • Weir Group to buy China’s Trio
  • Investec poaches former UBS banker
  • Carlyle shelves Middle East fund plan
  • UniCredit to dispose of €5bn in bad loans
  • NYT > Company Reports
  • Gannett Reports Big Rise in Profit Fueled by TV Revenue
  • IPhone 6 Propels Apple Profit to Record
  • As It Shifts Its Strategy, IBM Reports Weak Earnings
  • Tech Giants’ Earnings and Eurozone Bank Stress Tests
  • Robust Demand for Industrial Equipment Lifts General Electric’s Profit 11%
  • Analysts Ask What’s Next for Google
  • Winnebago Reports 8.4% Drop in Mean Price of Motor Homes
  • Google Profit Will Depend on Wringing More From Mobile Ads
  • Growth Dip in Auctions Cuts Results for eBay
  • Johnson & Johnson Raises 2014 Earnings Forecast Again
  • Capital Markets News and Data - FT.com
  • Investors weigh Venezuela debt default
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  • S&P 500 regains 1,900 but nerves remain
  • Pick fund managers with skin in the game
  • Loans to buy US shares at record levels
  • Investors in UK debt fear hung parliament
  • Outlook: China growth to slow in third quarter
  • What is market turbulence telling us?
  • Markets: Into uncharted waters
  • The sound and fury in global markets
  • NYT > Banking Industry
  • Megarich Plaintiffs, Legally Adrift
  • Volatility Unlikely to Alter Fed’s Policy Course
  • Tech Giants’ Earnings and Eurozone Bank Stress Tests
  • Of Virtue and Vice, and a Vatican Priest
  • Joe on WNYC's Money Talking
  • The Crowd at the Top of Credit Suisse's Investment Banking Unit
  • An Oops for Goldman Sachs in Its Advice on Vista-Tibco Merger
  • Virgin Money Postpones I.P.O., Latest to Cite Market Conditions
  • Morgan Stanley Profit Tops Forecasts
  • Regulators Are Gauging Europe's Banks, and Remedy May Sting a Little
  • NYT > Securities and Commodities Violations
  • The Hole in Holder’s Legacy
  • S.E.C. Files Charges Over Pyramid Scheme Fraud
  • Judge Sets ‘Staggering’ Fine in Wyly Brothers Investment Scheme
  • Hong Kong Regulator Sues Chinese Giant Citic
  • $500 Million Stock Fraud Alleged in Brooklyn Court
  • In China, Detecting Fraud Riskier Than Doing It
  • Massachusetts: Former Associate Dean to Plead Guilty in Case on Investments
  • Appeals Court Refuses to Void Madoff Settlements
  • European Central Bank Meeting and Bank of England Interest Rates
  • Why Can’t the Banking Industry Solve Its Ethics Problems?
  • NYT > Retirement
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  • Old Mutual to Acquire British Wealth Manager for $936.6 Million
  • What a 401(k) Plan Really Owes Employees
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  • Florida Pension Fund to Cut Pimco Exposure
  • More Older Adults Are Struggling With Substance Abuse
  • Ruling Isn't a Free Pass for Cities to Cut Pensions, Experts Say
  • Bankruptcy Judge in California Challenges Sanctity of Pensions
  • $23 Billion Is Pulled From Pimco's Flagship Fund
  • Financial Times - Tax
  • Clawback - the taxman’s growing reach
  • Non-dom income tax take falls
  • US tax deadline looms for trustees
  • Osborne’s wild bet on UK tax cuts
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  • Cameron signals inheritance tax cut
  • UK tax cuts are just what we don’t need
  • EU agrees laws to end banking secrecy
  • Dublin scraps Double Irish loophole
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  • WSJ.com Video - News
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  • Turkey Allows Kurdish Fighters Across its Borders
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  • Ebola Fight: Hopes Are High in Liberia's Capital
  • Where Is Opportunity in America?
  • IBM Posts Disappointing Earnings
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  • IBM Doesn't Expect to Hit Profit Target, and More
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  • WHO Declares Nigeria Ebola-Free
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