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NYT > Economy
  • DealBook: Review Suggests Extending Time for Setting Benchmark Currency Rates
  • Cross Purposes: Now as Provocateur, Summers Says Treasury Undermined Fed
  • Consumer Confidence Falls, as U.S. Economy Hits Bump
  • Ride-Sharing Regulation: Uber Improves Life, Economists Agree
  • Operating Overseas: A Startling Look at How Profits Elude the Taxman
  • Eurozone’s Drop in Inflation Carries More Fears of Another Recession
  • Collective Wisdom: Bill Gross, Calpers and the End of the Investment Guru
  • Revisiting the Lehman Brothers Bailout That Never Was
  • De Blasio’s Executive Order Will Expand Living Wage Law to Thousands More
  • U.S. Spending Is Up 0.5% as Economy Stabilizes
  • WSJ.com US News
  • Secret Service Draws Fire Over Lapses
  • Obama Rode Elevator With Armed Felon
  • First Case of Ebola in U.S. Is Confirmed
  • Doctors Net Billions From Drug Firms
  • U.S. Takes Asteroid Threat Seriously
  • Long-Term Secrecy Surrounds Electronic Monitoring
  • Study: Half of Wildlife Lost Since 1970
  • Islamic State Fighting Strains Pentagon Budget
  • Modi Moves Closer to U.S. as Differences Persist
  • Many Senate Candidates Dress for Battle---Literally
  • WSJ.com Video - Business
  • Ebola Virus: First Case Diagnosed in the U.S.
  • Best to Invest With Gross, Gundlach or Fuss?
  • Flu Shot Season: What to Know
  • Drug Companies Pay Billions to Doctors
  • Want to Stay Married? Get a Degree
  • Two-Thirds of Cancer Survivors Incur Debt
  • Patients Play Researchers in Drug Trials
  • EBay Spinning Off PayPal Business, and More
  • Al Gore Fund to Pour $30 Million Into Seventh Generation
  • Hulbert: One More Stock Bounce, Then Look Out Below!
  • WSJ.com Video - Economy
  • Don't Skimp on Sending Taxes to Washington
  • California Targets Sexual Assault, and More
  • U.S. GDP Revised Higher
  • Bill Gross Departs Pimco, and More
  • Can the U.S. and India Become Better Business Partners?
  • The Role of Unemployment in the Fed
  • Wells Fargo Study: Recession Fears Still Linger
  • Boomers vs. Millennials: Fast Food and Kale Salads
  • How Important Are Millennials to the Housing Sector?
  • Analyzing the Fed's Exit Strategy
  • Forbes Real Time
  • The Not-For-Tourists Guide To Rioja
  • Key Growth Drivers For SanDisk's Embedded Storage Division
  • The 2015 Ducati Scrambler Is Coming
  • Keurig Green Mountain To Expand Its Ready-To-Drink Beverage Segment With The Launch Of Honest Tea
  • Northwestern MutualVoice: Thinking About Relocating In Retirement? What To Consider Before You Move
  • New Coverage Launch By Trefis: $107 Price Estimate For Honeywell International Inc. -- Part 3
  • Ford Continues To Outpace Industry-Wide Growth Rate In China
  • David Cameron's Good, But Not Good Enough, Tax Cuts For Millions
  • Coca-Cola's Carbonates Offer Growth Despite Unfavorable Market Trends
  • The Regions Where Migrants Suffer The Highest Mortality Rates [Map]
  • Forbes - Personal Finance
  • 10 Chic Granny Flats
  • When Disaster Strikes, Could You Pick Up Where A Parent Left Off?
  • Social Security Q&A: What's My Best Claiming Strategy if My Spouse Died Early?
  • Surprise: With $110,000 You Can Afford Forbes' Top Ten Colleges But Not The Bottom Ten
  • Back To School 2014: Saving & The Kiddie Tax
  • 'What Clients Want' From A Financial Advisor
  • Best (And Worst) States for Pregnant or Nursing Employees
  • 6 Reasons You Need A Travel Agent
  • 5 Steps To Powerful Passive Investing
  • 3 Ways Whipping Your Finances Into Shape Is Just Like Getting Physically Fit
  • Forbes - Entrepreneurs
  • Meet The Swiss Tycoon Who Is Funding African Innovation
  • 10 Chic Granny Flats
  • When Disaster Strikes, Could You Pick Up Where A Parent Left Off?
  • How To Deal With The Growing US Talent Miss-match
  • Why Do Good Ideas Fail? This Diagram Explains
  • Reckless Driving On The Rideshare Road To Brand Success?
  • Africa's Richest Man Aliko Dangote Explores New Opportunities With Dubai Sovereign Fund ICD
  • Surprise: With $110,000 You Can Afford Forbes' Top Ten Colleges But Not The Bottom Ten
  • What CMOs Are Saying About The Future Of Their Relationships With Agencies
  • Women In Berkeley's Intro To ComSci Class Jumped to 50%. Now What?
  • 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
  • NBCNews.com: Personal finance
  • Summer flicks for less than the price of popcorn
  • Overdraft protection can be costly, US study finds
  • 'Kill switch' pushed as solution to smartphone thefts
  • You can be a trust fund baby too
  • America's grade for financial literacy: F
  • It's wedding season. Are you covered?
  • 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
  • Ebola diagnosis in U.S. drives premarket movers
  • Nissan U.S. September sales rise 18.5 percent
  • U.S. private sector creates 213,000 jobs in September: ADP
  • Chrysler reports U.S. auto sales jump 19 percent
  • Special Report: In foreign hands, British automakers overtake France
  • Commerzbank to cut 60-70 fixed income, currency jobs: sources
  • Lackluster factory data hits world stocks, dollar strong
  • Ackman's Pershing Square raises $3 billion in fund listing
  • JPMorgan to face U.S. class action in $10 billion MBS case
  • Adidas seeks to placate investors with share buyback
  • Reuters: Technology News
  • Putin says will not curb Internet access despite cyber attacks
  • Samsung to invest $560 million in Vietnam TV production plant
  • Amazon, Disney appear close to settling dispute over movies: WSJ
  • Larry Ellison still the top draw at Oracle's mega-convention
  • Microsoft names next operating system 'Windows 10'
  • EBay follows Icahn's advice, plans PayPal spinoff in 2015
  • U.S. charges four with stealing $100 million in software, data
  • German privacy watchdog tells Google to restrict use of data
  • U.S. attorney general criticizes Apple, Google data encryption
  • Obama's BRAIN initiative awards $46 million in grants
  • Reuters Video: Business
  • Breakingviews: Victory equals loss in UK supermarket wars
  • Hong Kong retailers crippled by protests
  • Peugeot’s long road to recovery
  • EBRD in Central and Eastern Europe
  • Energy slide dings modest Q3 stock returns
  • Q4 market outlook: U.S. solo act could end
  • Technology best sector for Q4-Schwab's Jeff Kleintop
  • The Exchange: President Paul Ryan?
  • Breakingviews: EBay raps PayPal gavel
  • Why Spain is new euro zone poster child
  • Reuters: Internet News
  • Putin says will not curb Internet access despite cyber attacks
  • EBay follows Icahn's advice, plans PayPal spinoff in 2015
  • Microsoft names next operating system 'Windows 10'
  • Larry Ellison still the top draw at Oracle's mega-convention
  • Reddit raises $50 million in funding
  • German privacy watchdog tells Google to restrict use of data
  • U.S. charges four with stealing $100 million in software, data
  • FCC look into treating Internet TV like cable
  • U.S. attorney general criticizes Apple, Google data encryption
  • News Corp to buy real estate website operator Move for $950 mln
  • Reuters: Mergers News
  • Investcorp to complete $1.43 bln Berlin Packaging sale to Oak Hill in Oct
  • UPDATE 2-UK events organiser UBM to buy Advanstar for $972 mln
  • Private equity fundraising platform targets individual investors
  • Cyberark listing puts Israeli venture capital fund in the spotlight
  • Mexico's Angeles withdraws bid for Espirito Santo health unit
  • Peugeot chief keeps door open to partnerships
  • Nomura, JP Morgan among Japan Post IPO underwriters - govt
  • Events organiser UBM buys US rival Advanstar for $972 mln
  • UPDATE 1-Market Chatter-Corporate finance press digest
  • PRESS DIGEST- New York Times business news - Oct 1
  • Reuters: Private Equity
  • BRIEF-ACB (India) files for initial public offering
  • Investcorp to complete $1.43 bln Berlin Packaging sale to Oak Hill in Oct
  • MOVES- Onex, Jardine Lloyd Thompson, C. Hoare, Bank Sohar
  • UPDATE 2-UK events organiser UBM to buy Advanstar for $972 mln
  • Private equity fundraising platform targets individual investors
  • EFG Hermes to pay $208 mln for 49 pct stake in wind power firm EDPR France
  • BRIEF-Inflexion says both funds oversubscribed
  • Events organiser UBM buys US rival Advanstar for $972 mln
  • INDIA PRESS-Bidders value Destimoney at 12 bln rupees - Economic Times
  • CORRECTED-Elisabeth Murdoch to step down as Shine Group chairman -FT
  • View from the Top
  • Bank of Cyprus seeks more fiscal action
  • Marsh & McLennan on geopolitical risk
  • Novo Nordisk and the diabetes epidemic
  • 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
  • National Grid on the energy crunch
  • US Equities Market Data - FT.com
  • Quarterly loss sends Walgreens down
  • Junk investors wary of October ‘jinx’
  • Published profits v ‘true’ profits
  • S&P 500 closes at record high
  • New York widens global lead for IPOs
  • FedEx climbs on market share gain hopes
  • Wall St rallies strongly after sharp fall
  • Nike rises as earnings beat expectations
  • Football and fitness lead Nike sales jump
  • Tech stocks lead US equities lower
  • Global Economy
  • Eurozone’s manufacturing recovery slows
  • Japan corporate confidence fades
  • Turkish finance minister promises reforms
  • Chinese banks shun month-end deposits
  • France defiant on missed deficit target
  • Stocks and euro soft ahead of ECB
  • Thailand set to tap unspent billions
  • ECB pushed to take ‘junk’ loan bundles
  • Ireland under pressure over low tax rates
  • IMF warns of global imbalances risk
  • Markets
  • Stocks and euro soft ahead of ECB
  • Fat-finger trade rattles Japan stocks
  • EU companies turn to levered loan finance
  • BNG plans first ‘green bond’ issue
  • Junk investors wary of October ‘jinx’
  • Size matters and Pimco’s TRF was too big
  • Weaker euro buys time for Draghi’s ECB
  • Yen hits six-year low after Tankan data
  • China must resist cheap money temptation
  • Supermarkets sweep to bottom of FTSE 100
  • Hedge Funds
  • Hedge funds move from the margins into the mainstream
  • BlueCrest spins off trend-following fund
  • P2P comes of age as Wall Street elbows in
  • Calpers’ exit sends hedge funds warning
  • UK corporate pensions back hedge funds
  • UK pension fund hits at hedge fund fees
  • Calpers gives up on the hedge fund dream
  • Former Amaranth star fined over gas trades
  • Calpers pulls out of ‘costly’ hedge funds
  • Ackman plans $2bn fund IPO in Amsterdam
  • Commodities
  • Delegates bearish at commodities forum
  • Brent crude at lowest since July 2012
  • Soyabean prices slide despite low stocks
  • US to become largest petroleum producer
  • End of the Iron Age
  • Coffee boosts Louis Dreyfus profits
  • Rising shale output disrupts US gas prices
  • LME plans to raise fees by a third
  • Cocoa traders fear spread of Ebola
  • Encana to buy Athlon Energy in $7bn deal
  • Financial Times - Currency Markets News and Data
  • Weaker euro buys time for Draghi’s ECB
  • Yen hits six-year low after Tankan data
  • Forex markets face further regulations
  • Rouble hits low on capital control fears
  • Stocks and euro soft ahead of ECB
  • Rousseff poll lead spooks Brazil bourses
  • Euro tumbles on ECB easing speculation
  • Australia: I should be so lucky
  • ICAP cuts jobs and shuts desks
  • Hong Kong ups game as competition rises
  • Private Equity
  • UBM plans rights issue to buy Advanstar
  • Buyout managers face investor competition
  • Multibillion cross-border deals return
  • Inflexion raises 1bn for private deals
  • Vista puts Misys on the block
  • PNC buys advisory boutique Solebury
  • Treasury rejects A$3.4bn takeover bids
  • Eircom chief exits after pulling IPO
  • Private equity-backed flotations surge
  • Learning a history lesson from Yale
  • NYT > Company Reports
  • Walgreen Reports Loss of $239 Million for Quarter
  • BlackBerry Posts a Loss, but Shows Signs of Life
  • Prada Cuts Forecast as Profit Falls 21%
  • Earnings at Fedex Soar, Helped by Online Shopping
  • FedEx Profit Rises 24%, Beating Forecasts
  • RadioShack Says May File for Bankruptcy
  • McDonald’s Sales Dip Globally; China Scandal Will Hurt Profit
  • Barnes & Noble Revenue Is Off, but Loss Narrows
  • Barnes & Noble Comparable Sales Improve; Shares Rise
  • McDonald's August Same-Store Sales Fall Across Regions
  • Capital Markets News and Data - FT.com
  • Greek bonds rally on ECB buying moves
  • EU companies turn to levered loan finance
  • BNG plans first ‘green bond’ issue
  • Junk investors wary of October ‘jinx’
  • Stocks and euro soft ahead of ECB
  • Size matters and Pimco’s TRF was too big
  • Weaker euro buys time for Draghi’s ECB
  • Euro tumbles on ECB easing speculation
  • Local authorities turn to capital markets
  • Gross exit from Pimco tests bond market
  • NYT > Banking Industry
  • Wall Street's Young Bankers Are Still Mostly White and Male, Report Says
  • Review Suggests Extending Time for Setting Benchmark Currency Rates
  • The Hole in Holder’s Legacy
  • Eric Holder's Mixed Legacy on White-Collar Crime
  • Finally, the Truth About the A.I.G. Bailout
  • Court Casts a New Light on a Bailout
  • Lesser-Known Credit Card Perks Hide in Plain Sight
  • British Regulators Discuss Settlement With Banks in Currency Case
  • Businesses Raise Alarms About London's High Cost of Housing
  • Lloyds to Sell 11.5 Percent Stake in the Lender TSB
  • 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
  • Critical Time for Pimco, as Pensions Consider Removing Funds in Wake of Bill Gross Departure
  • Hedge Funds Lose Calpers, and More
  • As One Career Wraps Up, Finding That Next Role
  • Hedge Funds Are Still Finding Love, Just Not at Calpers
  • Picking the ‘Right’ Hedge Fund Involves More Than Looking in the Past
  • Parents, the Children Will Be Fine. Spend Their Inheritance Now.
  • With Pension Fund Giant Calpers Quitting Hedge Funds, Other Investors Reflect
  • Calpers, Nation's Biggest Pension Fund, to End Hedge Fund Investments
  • Student Loan Debt Burdens More Than Just Young People
  • Goldman Hired to Manage $2 Billion of New York Public Pension Fund
  • Financial Times - Tax
  • Stamp duty revenues rise by one-third
  • Brussels hits at Apple’s Irish tax deals
  • HMRC to take tax debts from pay packets
  • Chart that tells a story . . . mansion tax
  • VCT inflows reach eight-year high
  • US hands foreign companies tax advantage
  • A British property tax that is fit for purpose
  • Labour tax crackdown plan sparks concern
  • Obama’s halfhearted swipe at tax inversion
  • RAC warns over car tax evasion
  • WSJ.com Video - News
  • Ebola Virus: First Case Diagnosed in the U.S.
  • Missiles Destroy Islamic State Arsenal in Iraq
  • Best to Invest With Gross, Gundlach or Fuss?
  • Website Enables Worldwide Messages to Reach Hong Kong Protest
  • No Wi-Fi? Firechat App Helps Hong Kong Protesters
  • Jerry Seib: Netanyahu’s Warning to the U.S.
  • 50 Years of Pasta and Shots at L.A.'s Dan Tana's
  • Headis: A Heady Mix of Soccer and Table Tennis
  • Far Fewer Animals on Earth Than Previously Thought
  • Secret Service Veteran: Breaches a 'Catastrophic Failure'
  • WSJ.com Video - Politics & Campaign
  • Send Support to Hong Kong Protesters With 'Add Oil’ Machine
  • No Wi-Fi? Firechat App Helps Hong Kong Protesters
  • Jerry Seib: Netanyahu’s Warning to the U.S.
  • Jerry Seib: Arab Nations’ Role in U.S. Strategy Against ISIS
  • For Hillary Clinton, a Focus on Policy
  • Sudeep Reddy: Wages Missing Out on Economic Rally
  • Search for Survivors After Japan Volcano Eruption
  • Banking and Finance Group Supports Occupy Central
  • Eric Holder’s Battles With Congress
  • Capital Journal: Eric Holder Steps Down
  • WSJ.com Video - World
  • Ebola Virus: First Case Diagnosed in the U.S.
  • Missiles Destroy Islamic State Arsenal in Iraq
  • Website Enables Worldwide Messages to Reach Hong Kong Protest
  • No Wi-Fi? Firechat App Helps Hong Kong Protesters
  • Far Fewer Animals on Earth Than Previously Thought
  • Joshua Wong: Student Leader Stokes Hong Kong Protests
  • How Some Mainland Students View Occupy Central
  • China Approves iPhone 6 Sale, and More
  • Hong Kong Protesters Sing in The Rain
  • Thousands of U.S. Troops to Remain in Afghanistan
  • WSJ.com Video - Business
  • Ebola Virus: First Case Diagnosed in the U.S.
  • Best to Invest With Gross, Gundlach or Fuss?
  • Flu Shot Season: What to Know
  • Drug Companies Pay Billions to Doctors
  • Want to Stay Married? Get a Degree
  • Two-Thirds of Cancer Survivors Incur Debt
  • Patients Play Researchers in Drug Trials
  • EBay Spinning Off PayPal Business, and More
  • Al Gore Fund to Pour $30 Million Into Seventh Generation
  • Hulbert: One More Stock Bounce, Then Look Out Below!
  • WSJ.com Video - Economy
  • Don't Skimp on Sending Taxes to Washington
  • California Targets Sexual Assault, and More
  • U.S. GDP Revised Higher
  • Bill Gross Departs Pimco, and More
  • Can the U.S. and India Become Better Business Partners?
  • The Role of Unemployment in the Fed
  • Wells Fargo Study: Recession Fears Still Linger
  • Boomers vs. Millennials: Fast Food and Kale Salads
  • How Important Are Millennials to the Housing Sector?
  • Analyzing the Fed's Exit Strategy
  • WSJ.com Video - Health
  • Ebola Virus: First Case Diagnosed in the U.S.
  • Flu Shot Season: What to Know
  • Drug Companies Pay Billions to Doctors
  • Two-Thirds of Cancer Survivors Incur Debt
  • Patients Play Researchers in Drug Trials
  • Medical Devices Lack Safety Evidence, Study Finds
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  • Tuesday Health Insurance Deadline Faced by Many
  • Stopping Ebola From Striking 1.4 Million
  • WSJ.com Video - Law
  • Hank Greenberg Challenges Government's AIG Bailout
  • AT&T Tries to Entice Cord Cutters With $39 Deal
  • Pershing Square Warns Allergan on Salix
  • Will Smartphone Encryption Hamper Law Enforcement?
  • NFL Players Union Appeals Ray Rice Suspension
  • Yahoo Faced Big U.S. Fines Over User Data
  • New Car Service App for Women May Be Illegal
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  • FBI Joins J.P. Morgan Hacking Probe
  • U.S. Investigation Examines GM Lawyers
  • WSJ.com Video - Media & Marketing
  • Could Ello Be the New Facebook?
  • Apple Pulls iOS Update Following Complaints
  • Businesses Wary of Facebook User Profiles
  • Will 'Gotham' Signal Change at Fox?
  • BlackBerry's Move to Mobile Security Showing Results
  • Paula Deen Acquires Food Network Content
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  • Comcast Pitches Time Warner Merger
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  • Stocks Surge on Fed Comments
  • CBS's Growth Outpaces Viacom
  • World Economy: Rough Road Ahead
  • Rise in Bond Yields Fan Spain Bailout Fears
  • Markets Cautiously Try to Rebound From Losses
  • Study: Mortgage Deduction Gives Profits to Lenders
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