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  • WVU Utilizes Social Media And Trademark Licensees To Create College Football's Biggest Watch Party
  • Minecraft, League of Legends, And Destiny: Why Some Games Don't Need Sequels
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  • Look to energy names for global demand clues
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  • Fannie Mae settles shareholder lawsuit for $170 million
  • Exclusive: Ford to overhaul Lincoln brand, this time with big bucks
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  • Amazon's holiday-quarter forecast disappoints, shares dive
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  • Best stock week since Jan. 2013
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  • Google's Pichai to oversee major products and services
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  • Options investors see good times rolling for Facebook
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  • UPDATE 1-Ex-Bank of New York Mellon employee pleads guilty to insider trading
  • UPDATE 1-U.S. appeals court rules for GM over Spyker's Saab sale
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  • UPDATE 1-Equity sale for CVC-backed Indonesian Internet firm slashed by a third
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  • US Equities Market Data - FT.com
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  • Dow Chemical dips after early gains
  • Harley-Davidson leads S&P 500
  • IBM weighs heavily on the Dow
  • Loans to buy US shares at record levels
  • Honeywell rewarded after strong earnings
  • Markets: Into uncharted waters
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  • Global Economy
  • ECB stress test likely to snare 25 lenders
  • IMF introduces floor on interest rates
  • Democrats battle sour economic mood
  • EU energy deal to hurt Putin, says Davey
  • Iron ore falls on China demand fears
  • Concerns remain over ADB’s Chinese rival
  • China property decline continues
  • Wall Street shrugs off Ebola worries
  • Japan blighted by zombie housing
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  • Wall Street shrugs off Ebola worries
  • Why it could pay to bet against consensus on Europe
  • Bellwether UPS rises on ecommerce hopes
  • TV football rights concern weighs on BT
  • Iron ore falls on China demand fears
  • Markets brace for ECB stress tests
  • Dollar ends strong week on soft note
  • Reasons to be bearish on US banks
  • Pay attention to dividend declarations
  • Shanghai bourse awaits options approval
  • Hedge Funds
  • Eclectica hedge fund bleeding assets
  • Copycat managers cannot beat the market
  • 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
  • Commodities
  • Iron ore falls on China demand fears
  • Ex-Glencore executive wins pay case
  • Figure from LME Sumitomo scandal returns
  • Europe gas demand to stay weak, says IEA
  • Oil rises on claims of Saudi supply cut
  • Rio Tinto taps Walsh to stay as chief
  • Oil Search buoyed by PNG gas project
  • Goldcorp says Asia buying supports gold
  • Copper hopes ‘bright despite volatility’
  • Miners face juggling act on dividends
  • Financial Times - Currency Markets News and Data
  • IMF introduces floor on interest rates
  • Wall Street shrugs off Ebola worries
  • Deutsche Bank to set aside further €1bn
  • Dollar ends strong week on soft note
  • Stocks up on earnings and growth hopes
  • Rouble tumbles to new dollar lows
  • Volatility tests the nerve of dollar bulls
  • Wall Street falters after strong start
  • Oil price slide hits commodity currencies
  • MPC minutes signal rates staying on hold
  • Private Equity
  • Endless’s wait for stationery deal is over
  • Private equity firms eye Portugal Telecom
  • RealPage interest shows tech M&A appetite
  • Uber’s rise casts shadow over Addison Lee
  • KKR reaps benefits of market volatility
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  • Media monitoring company Gorkana acquired
  • State funding disrupts S Korea start-up scene
  • Google leaps into new virtual reality
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  • NYT > Company Reports
  • Ford Earnings Drop Before Debut of New F-150
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  • Amazon’s Investments Are Piling Up, as Big Losses
  • A Comcast Executive Raises Doubts About Streaming Services
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  • Microsoft Offers Tantalizing Signs of Progress
  • Cheaper Fuel Leads to Record Profits at Airlines
  • Dow Chemical to Cut $1 Billion in Spending Over Three Years
  • AT&T Net Drops, but Customers Stay
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  • Interest turmoil leads to CME record
  • Wall Street falters after strong start
  • Copycat managers cannot beat the market
  • Africa bond rally halts amid Ebola fear
  • S&P 500 in biggest daily gain for a year
  • ECB leak a tonic for volatile Italy
  • Hedge funds climb market wall of worry
  • NYT > Banking Industry
  • About 25 Europe Banks Are Said to Have Failed Tests
  • The Conflict Between Germany and the E.C.B. That Threatens Europe
  • Deutsche Bank Sets Aside Another $1.1 Billion for Legal Costs
  • The Real Bailout Victims
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  • Credit Suisse Profit More Than Doubled in Third Quarter
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  • 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
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  • European Central Bank Meeting and Bank of England Interest Rates
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  • NYT > Retirement
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  • Financial Times - Tax
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