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NYT > Economy
  • Unequal Returns: In Investing, 'When' Matters Just as Much as 'What'
  • Durable Goods Orders Rebound
  • DealBook: A Secret in Cyprus Bank Bailout Stirs Resentment
  • Timing Is Everything: Why a Soaring Stock Market Is Wasted on the Young
  • High & Low Finance: The Muddled Case of Argentine Bonds
  • Regulatory Challenge: Rules for Money Market Funds Arrive, Finally
  • Obama to Urge End to Loophole Letting Firms Shield Profits Abroad
  • I.M.F. Reduces Its Forecast For Global Growth in 2014
  • Paul Ryan’s Proposal Would Consolidate Existing Programs
  • Incomes and Outcomes: Why Voters Aren’t Angrier About Economic Inequality
  • WSJ.com US News
  • Obama, Central American Leaders to Meet on Migration
  • Proposal Would Alter Migrating Process
  • Ryan Seeks to Merge Poverty Programs
  • U.S. Durable Orders Rebound in June
  • New-Home Slowdown Pressures Recovery
  • Heat Wave Hits Much of Western U.S.
  • U.S. Says Russia Firing Into Ukraine
  • Resolution on Boehner Suit Advances
  • Obama Urges Action on 'Inversions'
  • WSJ.com Video - Business
  • Ohio State Fires Marching Band Director
  • West Bank Protests Over Israel Conflict Rage, and More
  • Jaffe: Buy-and-Hold Isn't Dead, It's Impossible
  • Life-Insurance Companies Make Push for Middle Class
  • Is Your Brokerage Account Protected From Cyberthieves?
  • Are Banks Ready for High Interest Rates?
  • Social Media Adoption at Work Is a Slow Affair
  • Strong Durable Goods Figures Could Boost Stocks
  • Fri., July 25: Amazon Among Stocks to Watch
  • Five Things Bitcoins Won't Tell You
  • WSJ.com Video - Economy
  • West Bank Protests Over Israel Conflict Rage, and More
  • Strong Durable Goods Figures Could Boost Stocks
  • Paul Ryan's Antipoverty Pitch
  • Can China Replicate America’s Shale Revolution?
  • America’s Shale Revolution Hits Asia’s Shores
  • Chris Davis: The Key to Long-Term Investing
  • Widodo Wins Presidential Vote; Subianto to Contest
  • What to Watch For in Apple's Earnings Report
  • How to Build Your Own Annuity
  • Budget Blowouts for Australia LNG Projects
  • Forbes Real Time
  • New York's Financial Regulator, Benjamin Lawsky, Maintains Lead On Bitcoin Regulation
  • The Ten Top-Earning Country Music Acts of 2013
  • Country Cash Kings 2013: Preview & Contest
  • Showtime Bumps Up Mayweather Vs. Maidana Start Time For Better PPV Experience
  • CenturyLinkVoice: What Start-Ups Need To Know About Scaling IT
  • Why Is The Kim Kardashian Game So Successful?
  • Survey Participants Look For Lower Gold Prices Next Week
  • A Primer On The Progression Of Programmatic Media, From Search To TV
  • Eating For A Cause, and Standing Up To Cancer
  • Is New York Properly Auditing Partnerships?
  • Forbes Real Time
  • New York's Financial Regulator, Benjamin Lawsky, Maintains Lead On Bitcoin Regulation
  • The Ten Top-Earning Country Music Acts of 2013
  • Country Cash Kings 2013: Preview & Contest
  • Showtime Bumps Up Mayweather Vs. Maidana Start Time For Better PPV Experience
  • CenturyLinkVoice: What Start-Ups Need To Know About Scaling IT
  • Why Is The Kim Kardashian Game So Successful?
  • Survey Participants Look For Lower Gold Prices Next Week
  • A Primer On The Progression Of Programmatic Media, From Search To TV
  • Eating For A Cause, and Standing Up To Cancer
  • Is New York Properly Auditing Partnerships?
  • Forbes - Personal Finance
  • Baby After 40: 5 Money To-Dos For Older Moms and Dads
  • Tax-Free Weekend Season Begins! Does Your State Participate?
  • 10 Ways To Become A Victim Of Tax Identity Theft
  • Why I Refused a Big IRS Refund
  • Vanguard's Chief Economist Weighs In On America's Debt
  • The Final Rose: Where Will ABC's Bachelorette Andi Dorfman Settle Down?
  • Understanding Bond Fund Yield Statistics
  • What To Buy When The Market is High: Part II
  • Take A Bite Out Of The Big Apple For Less Than $10
  • Are You Paying Yourself First? The Money Habit That Can Boost Wealth
  • Forbes - Entrepreneurs
  • Is New York Properly Auditing Partnerships?
  • 10 Signs Your Tax Missteps Are 'Willful' Triggering IRS Penalties Or Jail
  • Is This The Most Powerful Company In Online Retail?
  • Crowdcube Raises 5M In A Crowdfund-VC Mashup
  • Check Closes The Loop On SMB Invoice Payments
  • Study Shows The Power Of Social Influence: 5 Ways To Avoid The Herd Mentality
  • Pulling IRS Into Your Business Dispute Might Not Be Such A Good Idea
  • Are You Stopping Some Of Your Customers From Doing Business With You?
  • Removing The NCAA Name-And-Likeness Release Is Just 'Smoke And Mirrors' In The Fight For College Athlete Rights
  • The (Awkward) Face of Google Glass
  • 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
  • Wall Street weighed by results as Amazon, Visa disappoint
  • In China meat scandal, McDonald's Japan switches to Thai chicken, no nuggets in Hong Kong
  • BSkyB to pay $9 billion to create Sky Europe
  • Citigroup unit to pay $5 million to settle SEC charges
  • FBI investigates Ford engineer after listening devices found -Ford
  • Argentina says debt battle can be resolved if good faith shown
  • U.S. business spending data gives mixed signals on growth
  • Russia takes aim at McDonald's burgers as U.S. ties worsen
  • Mazda recalls U.S. cars with faulty Takata air bags
  • Lower printer sales hurt Xerox's revenue
  • Reuters: Technology News
  • Amazon's spending spree raises margin concerns
  • Cynk Tech shares crash after trading suspension lifted
  • Chubby Checker, HP settle lawsuit over penis-measuring app
  • Ride app Uber gets respite in German city of Hamburg
  • Vodafone revenue dragged lower by Spain and South Africa
  • Lower printer sales hurt Xerox's revenue
  • China Telecom to sell Microsoft's Xbox One from September
  • Taiwan's Acer shipments grew faster than industry average in second quarter: CEO
  • Amazon's heavy investing eats into bottom line, shares drop
  • Nortel Networks to pay U.S. bondholders up to $1 billion in interest
  • Reuters Video: Business
  • 'Sky Europe' born from $9bn BSkyB deal
  • Sanctions and IMF put Russian economy in the dock
  • Investors get antsy over Amazon
  • China is De Beers’ best friend – CEO
  • Breakingviews: RBS gains buffer
  • Why Abe's sagging popularity could sink your stocks
  • Asia Week Ahead: Can Samsung get its mojo back?
  • Breakingviews: China pulls tech star Qualcomm back to Earth
  • WhatsApp rival Line could revive Tokyo exchange with IPO
  • Amazon loss much more than feared
  • Reuters: Internet News
  • Amazon's spending spree raises margin concerns
  • Ride app Uber gets respite in German city of Hamburg
  • Chubby Checker, HP settle lawsuit over penis-measuring app
  • Amazon's smartphone fails to kindle a 'Fire' among reviewers
  • Google under fire from regulators on EU privacy ruling
  • Facebook goes express to mega-cap status - now valued more than AT&T, Coke
  • Zillow in talks to buy rival real-estate website Trulia: Source
  • ECB says website hacked, no sensitive data affected
  • Facebook shares hit record high as market likes earnings
  • China regulator determines Qualcomm has monopoly: state-run newspaper
  • Reuters: Mergers News
  • UPDATE 5-BSkyB to pay $9 billion to create Sky Europe
  • EU mergers and takeovers (July 25)
  • UPDATE 1-Philips picks Morgan Stanley for lighting business stake sale -sources
  • UPDATE 2-AbbVie profit beats estimates on surging Humira sales
  • UPDATE 1-Murdoch's Fox vows to be 'disciplined' on deals, extend buybacks
  • CORRECTED-UPDATE 2-Kazakhstan state energy company steps closer to London flotation
  • Philips appoints Morgan Stanley for lighting unit sale -sources
  • AbbVie beats estimates on surging Humira sales in 2nd quarter
  • Japan to open bids for Kansai, Osaka airports operating rights in Oct.
  • GTECH sees $130 mln in revenue from 7-yr U.S. lottery contract
  • Reuters: Private Equity
  • BRIEF-UK's SFO settles civil damages claims brought by Vincent Tchenguiz
  • Nordic Capital picks banks for Thule listing in Stockholm -sources
  • UPDATE 1-Philips picks Morgan Stanley for lighting business stake sale -sources
  • BRIEF-DRDGold says to sell some mining rights, assets for 220 mln rand
  • Philips appoints Morgan Stanley for lighting unit sale -sources
  • UPDATE 1-Spain's Colonial offers 650 mln euros for Realia Patrimonio
  • UPDATE 1-Thyssen hires Deutsche Bank to manage VDM unit sale-sources
  • RBS says attracting private equity cash one option for Irish arm
  • BRIEF-Actis says exits Alexander Forbes through listing
  • UPDATE 1-Samudra Energy looks to raise up to $223 mln in Singapore IPO-term sheet
  • View from the Top
  • National Grid on the energy crunch
  • Africa's mobile shift gathers pace
  • Risky business
  • Better times for Indian banks
  • Honeywell urges government action on economy
  • Ayala looks to benefit from Philippine resurgence
  • Western Union's digital drive
  • Being big in Indonesia trumps the rest of Asean
  • An end to the daily commute
  • Health insurance ills
  • US Equities Market Data - FT.com
  • Visa falls after cut to sales guidance
  • Bubbles are forming in the credit market
  • The fallacy of the Fed model
  • Elliott to push for Interpublic sale
  • US builders slide as home sales dip
  • UBS issues market squall warning
  • Facebook rides boom in mobile ads
  • Delta gains on domestic demand underpin
  • Long-term returns boosted by illiquidity
  • Chipotle outpaces rivals on strong sales
  • Global Economy
  • Russia pushes up interest rates
  • Ebola poses threat to African economies
  • Swift growth at root of China food scandal
  • India’s ‘cereal economy’ ruffles WTO
  • UK economy returns to pre-crisis level
  • S&P 500 retreats from record high
  • Japan’s inflation slows for second month
  • IMF slices global growth forecasts
  • South Africa open to curbs on strike action
  • Obama lashes out at corporate ‘deserters’
  • Markets
  • S&P 500 retreats from record high
  • Market mania: a guide to hot assets
  • Bubbles are forming in the credit market
  • Lead jumps to highest in eight months
  • Visa falls after cut to sales guidance
  • Carillion and Balfour gain on merger hope
  • Sterling in longest losing run since 2010
  • Investors dump high-yield bond funds
  • US looks at ‘ultra-long’ Treasury bonds
  • Junk bonds turn negative as rally stalls
  • Hedge Funds
  • Winton low-cost equities fund tops $1bn
  • Wall Street’s master fishermen are betting on a storm
  • Ackman ‘death blow’ enlivens Herbalife
  • US Senate ire at $6bn tax ‘fiction’
  • Argentina nears cliff in risky debt game
  • Hedge funds braced for meagre returns
  • Hedge funds split over AIFMD risk rules
  • London hedge funds launch US offensive
  • Big funds even bigger as market recovers
  • Hedge funds miss out on equity surge
  • Commodities
  • Lead jumps to highest in eight months
  • Anglo American eyes further asset sales
  • Lonmin seeks to reassure investors
  • China gold demand falls by a fifth
  • Repsol eyes Canada as earnings double
  • Mines lift iron ore output as prices fall
  • Ukraine gas deadlock poses threat to EU
  • Oil majors file Colombia exploration bids
  • US crude prices gain on stocks reduction
  • Japan groups look for Australia coal exit
  • Financial Times - Currency Markets News and Data
  • Sterling in longest losing run since 2010
  • IC: July 26 highlights
  • S&P 500 retreats from record high
  • Market mania: a guide to hot assets
  • Tate & Lyle weathers tough first quarter
  • S&P 500 inches up to fresh record close
  • Strong won weighs on S Korean exporters
  • RBNZ points to pause in interest rates
  • Japan’s trade deficit hits record
  • S&P 500 at record high as earnings please
  • Private Equity
  • RBS chief optimistic on Ulster Bank
  • KKR steps up in-house investments
  • 5.11 Tactical owner gunning for IPO
  • Unipart Automotive goes into administration
  • Martin Currie bought by Legg Mason of US
  • Food M&A: tasty morsels
  • New CVC fund targets technology companies
  • William O’Brien departs BATS
  • WH Group: third little piggy
  • BBVA wins auction for Catalunya Banc
  • NYT > Company Reports
  • Vodafone Revenue Falls but Company Sees Improvement in Europe
  • G.M. Results Show Financial Hit of Recalls
  • Amazon’s Ambitious Bets Pile Up, and Its Losses Swell
  • Sale of Handset Unit Bolsters Nokia’s Profit
  • Profits Tell of a Turnaround by Major Airlines, and Point to the Start of a New Era
  • Ford Reports Earnings of $1.3 Billion
  • Facebook’s Profit Propelled by Mobile
  • Glaxosmithkline Reports Weak Sales and Cuts Outlook
  • Boeing Earnings Take Hit Over Problems in Air Force Tankers
  • Qualcomm Cites Problems in Collecting China Royalties
  • Capital Markets News and Data - FT.com
  • Investors dump high-yield bond funds
  • Market mania: a guide to hot assets
  • US looks at ‘ultra-long’ Treasury bonds
  • Bubbles are forming in the credit market
  • Tata Steel starts refinancing Corus debt
  • S&P 500 inches up to fresh record close
  • Junk bonds turn negative as rally stalls
  • Fears grow over decline in bond liquidity
  • UBS issues market squall warning
  • US banks shift focus to corporate credit
  • NYT > Banking Industry
  • Alan C. Greenberg Is Dead at 86; Led Bear Stearns Through Its Rise and Fall
  • Goldman Sachs Names Ogunlesi New Lead Director
  • Morning Agenda: Hedge Fund Managers Headed for Divorce
  • E.C.B. Says It Has Been Hacked in Apparent Blackmail Attempt
  • Rules for Money Market Funds Arrive, Finally
  • New Rule Gives Banks Discretion on Early Loan Write-Downs, but Attracts Skeptics
  • Stock Market Gains and Deal-Making Lift Profit at Lazard
  • White House to Begin $10 Billion Rural Investment Fund
  • A Challenge From the BRICS
  • Political Crisis Jeopardizes Future of Bulgarian Bank
  • NYT > Securities and Commodities Violations
  • The Limits of the Law in Insider Trading
  • Court Rules Against Victims of Ponzi Scheme
  • 2 Counts of Fraud Dismissed in Insider Trading Case
  • 2nd Bridge Inquiry Said to Be Linked to Christie
  • New Hurdle in Investors’ Class Actions
  • Indicted German Financier Freed in Italy
  • Ex-Trader’s Pilgrimage Culminates in Jail Cell
  • Why Only One Top Banker Went to Jail for the Financial Crisis
  • Avon to Pay $135 Million to Settle Bribery Inquiry
  • Lululemon Officials Won’t Face Fraud Charges
  • NYT > Retirement
  • The Special Challenges of Retiring From a Business You Own
  • A 401(k) for All
  • Learning to Make Work More Like Summer Camp
  • Saving for Bucket List That’s Likely to Evolve in Years Before Retirement
  • Looking for a Housemate, Not a Mate, in Later Life
  • Federal Judge Rules That Detroit Is Entitled to Revenue From Casinos
  • Some States Look to Fill a Retirement Savings Gap
  • Gay, Widowed and Fighting for What They’re Due
  • Longevity Insurance Joins the Menu of Retirement Plan Options
  • Insurer Warns Some Pooled Pensions Are Beyond Recovery
  • Financial Times - Tax
  • Tax windfall for European funds
  • Why tax is trickier than Martian algebra
  • Yes or No – Scots set for fiscal change
  • Q&A: Accelerated payment notices
  • Special unit nets 1bn more tax from rich
  • Tax avoidance scheme hit list published
  • Bankruptcy looms for tax scheme investors
  • HMRC sets ultimatum for scheme investors
  • HMRC miscalculated targets by almost 2bn
  • ‘Milestone’ for US tax reporting
  • WSJ.com Video - News
  • Capital Journal: Republican Plan to Battle Poverty
  • Capital Journal: The Legal Future of Obamacare
  • Capital Journal: Punishing Putin for Ukraine
  • Ukraine Violence, Obamacare Ruling, Paul Ryan
  • Israel Using Antimissile Laser Technology On Planes
  • West Bank Protests Over Israel Conflict Rage, and More
  • U.S. Says Russia Is Firing Artillery Into Ukraine
  • Flight 5017: No Survivors in Air Algerie Crash
  • Sixteen Killed in School Shelling in Gaza
  • Shrapnel Damage Is Found on MH17 Debris
  • WSJ.com Video - Politics & Campaign
  • Capital Journal: Republican Plan to Battle Poverty
  • Capital Journal: The Legal Future of Obamacare
  • Capital Journal: Punishing Putin for Ukraine
  • Ukraine Violence, Obamacare Ruling, Paul Ryan
  • Jerry Seib: Obamacare’s Legal Future
  • Paul Ryan's Antipoverty Pitch
  • Paul Ryan’s Republican Plan on Poverty
  • Google Grants Over 50% of Removal Requests, and More
  • Jerry Seib: Ryan's Compassionate Conservatism Pitch
  • Analysis: Can the U.S. Negotiate Peace in Gaza?
  • WSJ.com Video - World
  • Israel Using Antimissile Laser Technology On Planes
  • West Bank Protests Over Israel Conflict Rage, and More
  • U.S. Says Russia Is Firing Artillery Into Ukraine
  • Flight 5017: No Survivors in Air Algerie Crash
  • Sixteen Killed in School Shelling in Gaza
  • Shrapnel Damage Is Found on MH17 Debris
  • After a Spate of Crashes, Do You Now Fear Flying?
  • Europe's Week Ahead: Seeking Economic Confidence
  • Militants Blow Up Iraq's Shrine of Yunus Mosque
  • Paul Ryan's Antipoverty Pitch
  • WSJ.com Video - Business
  • Ohio State Fires Marching Band Director
  • West Bank Protests Over Israel Conflict Rage, and More
  • Jaffe: Buy-and-Hold Isn't Dead, It's Impossible
  • Life-Insurance Companies Make Push for Middle Class
  • Is Your Brokerage Account Protected From Cyberthieves?
  • Are Banks Ready for High Interest Rates?
  • Social Media Adoption at Work Is a Slow Affair
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  • Fri., July 25: Amazon Among Stocks to Watch
  • Five Things Bitcoins Won't Tell You
  • WSJ.com Video - Economy
  • West Bank Protests Over Israel Conflict Rage, and More
  • Strong Durable Goods Figures Could Boost Stocks
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  • Can China Replicate America’s Shale Revolution?
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  • Chris Davis: The Key to Long-Term Investing
  • Widodo Wins Presidential Vote; Subianto to Contest
  • What to Watch For in Apple's Earnings Report
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  • Budget Blowouts for Australia LNG Projects
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  • NFL to Referees: Shape Up!
  • Court Deals Blow to Health-Law Subsidies
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  • Healthy School Lunches Taste Success
  • Fixing Hospitals’ Busy-Nurse Problem
  • iPad and Nickel Allergies: What to Know
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  • Children Fare Better in Immigrant Courts With Attorneys
  • U.S. Judge Orders IRS to Explain Lost Emails
  • U.S. Uses Mob-Busting Tools Against Online Crime
  • Citigroup Nears $7 Billion Mortgage Probe Deal
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  • How Hobby Lobby Decision Will Affect Job Recruiting
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  • Utah Same-Sex Marriage Ban Rejected by Appeals Court
  • Sterling Lawyer: We’re Collecting Information on NBA
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  • West Bank Protests Over Israel Conflict Rage, and More
  • Bill Simon, Wal-Mart's U.S. Chief, to Step Down
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