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  • U.S. Trade Deficit Narrows; More File for Jobless Claims
  • Incomes and Outcomes: This Was to Be the Year of Bigger Wage Gains. It’s Not.
  • Work-Life Balance: Parental Benefits Where One Parent Counts for More
  • Low-Income Workers See Biggest Drop in Paychecks
  • Business Briefing: Worker Productivity Growing, but Not at the Long-Term Rate
  • Despite Market Turmoil, ADP Reports Growth in Private Sector Hiring
  • Economic Scene: Donald Trump’s Shaky Grasp on Immigration
  • No Resting on Laurels, European Central Bank Leader Faces New Threats
  • U.S. Stock Markets End Higher Though Global Concerns Linger
  • Road to 2016: Eight Things to Watch For in Donald Trump’s Tax Plan
  • WSJ.com US News
  • Kentucky Clerk Jailed Over Gay Marriage Licenses
  • Justice Department Changes Policy on Cellphone Surveillance
  • Justice Department Faults Police Response to Ferguson Unrest
  • Other Key 2016 Battle: Control of the Senate
  • Clinton Campaign Tries to Reassure Supporters
  • Inside Israel's Bid to Derail Iran Pact
  • Obama Administration Proposes Antibias Rules Under Health Law
  • After Charleston, Town Weighs Moving a Chief Justice's Statue
  • Car-Parts Dispute Taps Brakes on Trade Deal
  • Donald Trump Swears Off Third-Party Run
  • WSJ.com Video - Business
  • Disney Unboxes New Star Wars Merchandise
  • Kentucky Clerk Jailed in Same-Sex Marriage License Case
  • Tesla's New Model X SUV Finally Set for Delivery
  • August Jobs Report: Three Things to Watch For
  • Are Baby Monitor Flaws Inviting Hackers Into Homes?
  • Tom Brady 'Deflategate' Suspension Nullified by Judge
  • Uber Class-Action Lawsuit: What's at Stake
  • Want a Raise? Starting Salaries Head Higher in 2016
  • Is Carly Fiorina Big Winner in CNN Debate Rule Change?
  • Five Richest People on the Planet Under 35
  • WSJ.com Video - Economy
  • August Jobs Report: Three Things to Watch For
  • Want a Raise? Starting Salaries Head Higher in 2016
  • St. Louis Fed President Discusses Interest Rate Options
  • Impact of China on U.S. Tech Firms
  • U.S. Economy Expands 3.7% in Second Quarter
  • Winners and Losers in China Shake-Up
  • Energy Trade Show Draws Buyers Despite Oil Slump
  • Market Overreacted to China Slowdown, Australia Treasurer Says
  • China’s Economic Data Invites Mistrust and Unease
  • Greg Ip: Global Markets, Stocks and the Fed
  • Forbes Real Time
  • 'Mega Man' Live Action Movie In Development
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  • Latest NFL Division Preview: The NFC West
  • Martin Winterkorn Stays At The Helm As VW Enters Rough Waters
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  • Year After Cigarette Ban, CVS Says 95 Million Fewer Packs Sold At 'All Retailers'
  • The Evolution Of Uber
  • Curt Schilling's Twitter Gaffe Leads To Season Ending Suspension For ESPN MLB Analyst
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  • Forbes - Personal Finance
  • Retail Therapy: Does it Help?
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  • The Market Has Fallen But It's Not Over Yet--Here's One Thing That Could Push It Further Down
  • The Danger of Over-Diversifying Your Mutual Funds
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  • Social Security Q&A: How Can I Dispute Social Security's Records Of My Earnings?
  • The Management Of Foreign Wealth Entering The United States
  • Marketplace Lenders Focus On Cheaper Loans, Less Credit Card Debt And Stronger Values
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  • The Number One Way To Keep Employees Engaged
  • Presidential Candidate Tax Plans Coming In Slow
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  • 80,000 Businesses Receive Manufacturing Help From Maker's Row
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  • NBCNews.com: Stocks & economy
  • 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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  • 'Kill switch' pushed as solution to smartphone thefts
  • You can be a trust fund baby too
  • America's grade for financial literacy: F
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  • Forget self-denial: Key to riches is a good imagination
  • Many checking accounts still have hidden fees
  • Watchdog: Some IRS workers misuse credit cards
  • Banks pay you to open an account: What's the catch?
  • Reuters: Business News
  • Brent crude oil slips towards $50 on demand concerns
  • No BOJ easing needed in Oct if inflation expectations anchored: IMF
  • Communique will not urge Fed against rate hikes: G20 delegate
  • Asian shares fall as U.S. jobs jitters outweigh ECB support
  • U.S. job gains seen solid in August, spotlight on Fed
  • Investor flight from US stocks fails to lift bond market
  • Putin urges investors to invest in Russia's Far East
  • Sanofi's Genzyme pays $32.59 million in criminal Seprafilm case
  • Sanofi's Genzyme pays $32.59 million in criminal Seprafilm case
  • Wall Street rises in volatile session ahead of jobs data
  • Reuters: Technology News
  • Automakers, Google take different roads to automated cars
  • Justice Department tightens cellphone tracking rules
  • Justice Department tightens cellphone tracking rules
  • Extra screen time drags down teenagers' exam grades, study finds
  • Qualcomm president says splitting company may not create value
  • Sam's Club jumps into auto sales with TrueCar tie-up
  • Ex-Tesla worker charged with posting confidential material on Web
  • Asseco Poland to buy Portugal's Exictos for $24 million
  • Samsung to make new smartwatch available to competition
  • Protesters condemn U.S. case over Rentboy.com male escort website
  • Reuters Video: Business
  • Star Wars fans in Sydney come out in full force
  • America's school buses are getting greener
  • Markets pause ahead of jobs data
  • Breakingviews: Dancing on air
  • Tesla tweets delivery date for Model X
  • Draghi: ECB 'ready to act'
  • Founders flee ASOS and Net-A-Porter
  • Taste changes churn up ice cream industry
  • Euro zone growth but not everywhere
  • Commodities chaos sows seeds of protest
  • Reuters: Internet News
  • Net-A-Porter founder leaves abruptly ahead of merger
  • Young and quirky YouTube stars lift traditional book publishers
  • Founder of British online retailer ASOS steps down as CEO
  • Instagram adds features to keep up with young, messaging users
  • Law firm targets Google foes for private damages claims
  • Springer, Samsung to partner in mobile media
  • Exclusive: U.S. weighs sanctioning Russia as well as China in cyber attacks
  • Ashley Madison owner says website still adding users after data hack
  • U.S. considering sanctions over Chinese cyber theft: Washington Post
  • Hulu to become Epix's streaming partner after Netflix opts out
  • Reuters: Mergers News
  • UPDATE 2-Indian drugmaker Cipla pushes into U.S. with two deals
  • India's Cipla says to buy two U.S. generics firms for $550 mln
  • India's Cipla to buy Hetero Drugs' US business for about $550 mln - report
  • UPDATE 2-Japan's NGK Insulators to pay $65.3 million over price-fixing
  • UPDATE 1-Unit of China's HNA to buy Avolon Holdings for $2.5 bln
  • China's Bohai Leasing to buy Avolon Holdings in $7.6 bln deal
  • UPDATE 1-Sam's Club jumps into auto sales with TrueCar tie-up
  • Deals of the day-Mergers and acquisitions
  • Fed approves Banner Corp acquisition of AmericanWest Bank
  • UPDATE 3-VW's finance chief set to become new chairman
  • View from the Top
  • McGraw-Hill CEO on open learning
  • Molson Coors CEO on craft-beer
  • Metro chief on reviving group's fortunes
  • Wolters Kluwer chief on board quotas
  • Is big pharma back?
  • Oi chief says Brazil will recover
  • Too many airlines in Europe, says Lot
  • Evernote chief says email has to go
  • Bill McNabb, CEO of Vanguard
  • Bally: China a short-term challenge
  • US Equities Market Data - FT.com
  • Joy Global slips 14% on lowered outlook
  • Stocks slip ahead of US jobs data
  • Dovish Draghi hits euro and Bund yields
  • Textron ascends after upgrade by Citi
  • US carmakers reverse despite strong sales
  • Twitter lifted 3% by bank’s upgrade
  • Why stock trackers flock to the S&P 500
  • Market tumult shows cracks in the armour
  • Strong sales power Smith & Wesson
  • ETF providers question US trading limits
  • Global Economy
  • US trade contraction adds to global fears
  • Draghi hands markets a gift
  • As it happened – Draghi’s ECB press conference
  • US jobs data crucial to Fed rate decision
  • UK services sector growth disappoints
  • Inflation risk neglected by smug markets
  • Downbeat Draghi ready to beef up QE
  • Threat of further outflows as China slows
  • Krona jumps after Sweden holds rates
  • The $64tn question
  • Markets
  • Stocks slip ahead of US jobs data
  • Inflation risk neglected by smug markets
  • Calls for easier bond rules ring true
  • Rio predicts modest China steel growth
  • Krona jumps after Sweden holds rates
  • Sarao allegedly wanted to ‘spoof’ markets
  • Omega says ‘risk parity’ helped tip market
  • East Africa emerges as a trade hub
  • Glencore woes cast cloud over Rio bid plan
  • Policymakers heed ‘Payrolls Friday’
  • Hedge Funds
  • Europe faces house of debt horrors
  • Hedge fund manager loses tax appeal
  • Tiger Global fund hit by China stocks fall
  • Inflows put hedge funds to the test
  • Market signals amid Twitter din
  • China turns up heat on market players
  • China sceptics taste bittersweet victory
  • Loeb ruling raises hurdles for activists
  • When to ditch a losing hedge fund
  • Trump turns fire on hedge fund managers
  • Commodities
  • Cheniere chief pushes for LNG spot market
  • Rio predicts modest China steel growth
  • Glencore warned to cut debt pile
  • Ethane ships link US shale boom to Europe
  • Syngenta plans $2bn share buyback
  • Glencore woes cast cloud over Rio bid plan
  • Anglo in talks to sell platinum mines
  • ERG taps China for new project financing
  • Gold demand from China and India picks up
  • El Nio poses threat to sugar and rice
  • Financial Times - Currency Markets News and Data
  • Euro ‘spanked’ after Draghi dovish on ECB
  • Krona jumps after Sweden holds rates
  • Inflation risk neglected by smug markets
  • Dovish Draghi hits euro and Bund yields
  • Policymakers heed ‘Payrolls Friday’
  • Draghi hands markets a gift
  • Threat of further outflows as China slows
  • EM corporate ‘carry trade’ revealed
  • US stocks rally as investors digest data
  • The Greenspan conundrum in reverse
  • Private Equity
  • Europe faces house of debt horrors
  • GVC wins battle for Bwin with 1.1bn deal
  • Chinese group buys Avolon in $2.5bn deal
  • Omega says ‘risk parity’ helped tip market
  • PE funds pressed over reporting fees
  • Rule change puts pressure on CLO managers
  • MBK Partners closes in on Tesco Korea
  • Love affair with caravans drives merger
  • Carlyle in 500m Innovation Group deal
  • China urges companies to shore up market
  • NYT > Company Reports
  • Universal Music Posts Strong Results, and Streaming Is a Bright Spot
  • Toshiba Delays Report on Finances Once Again
  • Abercrombie & Fitch Results Surpass Analysts’ Estimates
  • Best Buy Posts Surprise Sales Rise; Shares Jump
  • ABN Amro Nearly Doubles Earnings
  • HP Profit Falls in Last Report Before Company Splits
  • Hormel’s Profit Rises While Sales Disappoint
  • Target Reports Stronger Earnings After Cost Cuts and Job Losses
  • Walmart Cuts Outlook, Citing Rising Wages and Online Investment
  • Retailer Earnings, Fed Minutes and Greek Debt
  • Capital Markets News and Data - FT.com
  • Inflation risk neglected by smug markets
  • Revival in eurozone corporate debt sales
  • Departures reveal decline of European ABS
  • Calls for easier bond rules ring true
  • End to uncertainty after election should boost investment
  • Omega says ‘risk parity’ helped tip market
  • EM corporate ‘carry trade’ revealed
  • Ukraine: Costs of conflict
  • Rule change puts pressure on CLO managers
  • Risk parity funds suffer a cruel summer
  • NYT > Banking Industry
  • Portugal, Missing Deadline for Novo Banco Sale, Turns to Second Bidder
  • Morning Agenda: David Einhorn Surveys Investors
  • Challenged on Left and Right, the Fed Faces a Decision on Rates
  • Banking Ties Could Hurt Joe Biden in Race With Populist Overtone
  • Bitcoin Technology Piques Interest on Wall St.
  • Wall St. Policy Poses a Challenge for Presidential Candidates
  • Owned by Union, Amalgamated Bank Gives Lift to the Left
  • Morning Agenda: Investors Seek Signal in the Noise
  • A Fake Goldman Sachs Underlines a Real Chinese Strength
  • Morning Agenda: Seesawing Stocks
  • NYT > Securities and Commodities Violations
  • S.E.C.’s In-House Judges Not Too Tough, a Review Shows
  • Hacking Case Raises Question on Securities Fraud
  • Guggenheim Partners Pays $20 Million to Settle S.E.C. Charges
  • On the Defensive, the S.E.C. Quietly Pursues High-Profile Cases
  • Securities Fraud Charges Bring Texas Attorney General, Ken Paxton, to County Jail
  • Ex-Justice Dept. Officials Argue Against Federal Prosecutors in Supreme Court Brief
  • Pimco May Face S.E.C. Action Over a Fund
  • Grand Jury Indicts Texas Attorney General, Ken Paxton, on Felony Charges
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  • New Criticism Over the S.E.C.’s Use of In-House Judges
  • NYT > Retirement
  • Hedge Funds Faced a Test in August, and Faltered
  • Calstrs Aims to Cut Risk by Moving Up to $20 Billion Out of Stocks
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  • Financial Times - Tax
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  • Dividend allowance labelled ‘stealth tax’
  • Tax tribunal fee proposals criticised
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  • Revenue faces potential 43bn refund bill
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  • UBS to offer social investment fund
  • Deals challenge US inversions clampdown
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  • Joe Biden Questions 'Emotional Energy' for 2016 Bid
  • Kentucky Clerk Jailed in Same-Sex Marriage License Case
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