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10:55 PM - Thursday, October 30, 2014
6 hour ago - WSJ.com
Groupon posted a wider third-quarter loss and signaled it may sell a stake in South Korean subsidiary Ticket Monster less than 10 months after buying it.
8 hour ago - WSJ.com
Starbucks reported a smaller-than-expected 10% increase in revenue for the quarter and gave a disappointing forecast. The company also said that late next year some customers will be able to use a mobile ordering app for deliveries.
10/29/2014 - news
Opec's secretary general dismisses suggestions member countries have embarked on an oil price war to preserve market share
6 hour ago - WSJ.com
Inflation falls to its lowest level in nearly a year and a measure of job creation worsens, highlighting the divergence between developments in the economy and policy makers’ optimistic projections.
10/28/2014 - Business
NEW YORK (AP) — U.S. stocks rose early Tuesday as investors weighed earnings reports from several companies and awaited news from a two-day U.S. Federal Reserve meeting that ends tomorrow.
8 hour ago - Yahoo! News: Business News
By Anna Yukhananov WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The World Bank said it plans to cut 500 jobs over the next three years as part of a broad restructuring meant to make it more efficient but that has rattled employees. The long-expected layoffs, along w . . .
10 hour ago - The Huffington Post / Keegan Bales
To the joy of fans and pain of nonbelievers, Taylor Swift is everywhere. In the weeks leading up to the release of her new album 1989, Swift launched a worldwide campaign to generate anticipation. On newsstands, she gazes out from the covers of . . .
6 hour ago - money.cnn.com
Plasma TV production is about to end, as LG says it is going to stop producing the once-popular TV sets.
6 hour ago - Reuters
SEOUL (Reuters) - Samsung Electronics shares extended sharp gains into a second-straight day, buoyed by hopes that the tech giant will turn its fortunes around in the fourth quarter and possibly initiate a share buy-back programme.
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