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11:18 PM - Monday, July 28, 2014
5 hour ago - Washington Post / Jonnelle Marte
About 77 million Americans have a debt in collections,  a new report finds. That amounts to 35 percent of consumers with credit files or data reported to a major credit bureau, according to the study released Tuesday by the Urban Institute and . . .
6 hour ago - CNBC
China's globe-trotting businessmen are on track to top travel spending by 2016, overtaking their U.S. counterparts, a new survey showed.
4 hour ago - MarketWatch.com
Samsung Electronics says it will postpone sales in Russia of a smartphone running a homegrown operating system called Tizen, dealing a fresh setback to the Korean smartphone maker’s efforts to carve out a niche for itself in mobile software and . . .
4 hour ago - from Seeking Alpha / Seeking Profits
By Seeking Profits:Over the past 18 months, Herbalife (NYSE:HLF) has been one of the most controversial stocks around. Bill Ackman and others have essentially argued the company is a scam, nothing more than a pyramid scheme. Ackman argues that . . .
5 hour ago - Yahoo! News: Business News
(Reuters) - Panasonic Corp plans to initially invest about 20 billion to 30 billion yen ($200-300 million) in Tesla Motors Inc's planned lithium-ion battery plant in the United States, a person familiar with the matter said on Tuesday. The figu . . .
4 hour ago - MarketWatch.com
Pro-Russia rebels in eastern Ukraine see some of their worst battlefield setbacks in weeks as the West agrees on tougher sanctions aimed at forcing Moscow to cut support for the militias — posing fresh challenges on two fronts for Russian Presi . . .
6 hour ago - WSJ.com
Ahead of the Tape: Conditions improved for AmEx in the second quarter, that alone isn't reason enough for its shares to continue beating the broader market.
6 hour ago - WSJ.com
After years of ceding ground to trading via computer programs, buying and selling stock the old-fashioned way—using humans—is holding its own.
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