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6:10 PM - Wednesday, October 22, 2014
9 hour ago - Washington Post / Lillian Cunningham
Former Washington Post executive editor Benjamin C. Bradlee, who died Tuesday at age 93, had a reputation for speaking truth to power. He also had a reputation for speaking truth to spin doctors, powerful or not. Read full article >>
7 hour ago - WSJ.com
AT&T lowered its revenue outlook for the year, pointing to fewer-than-expected sign-ups for its no-contract Next wireless plans that require customers to pay full price for their smartphones.
4 hour ago - WSJ.com
Luxottica named a P&G veteran as a co-CEO on Wednesday, seeking to put an end to a month of turmoil caused by the return of founder Leonardo Del Vecchio to active management of the world’s largest eyewear group.
4 hour ago - news
Reynolds American will build indoor smoking areas for those still wanting to light up at work
4 hour ago - WSJ.com
The asset-management industry suffered a setback when regulators rejected a proposal by BlackRock Inc. to launch an exchange-traded fund that would have kept its holdings hidden from investors.
5 hour ago - CNBC
There's so much capital being poured into some tech start-ups that they're just burning cash, says venture capitalist Bill Gurley.
10/21/2014 - CNBC
Jim Cramer reviews the market on Tuesday. Find out which stocks Cramer recommended to pick up
5 hour ago - Yahoo! News: Business News
One of the 50 original Apple-1 computers built by Steve Wozniak himself goes for three quarters of a million dollars at auction.>
13 hour ago - on The Huffington Post
Witold Skwierczynski of the AFGE discussing Social Security field office closings In two weeks voters will go to the polls in a race that looks increasingly dire for Democrats. It's not that voters agree with Republicans on the issues. On . . .
4 hour ago - WSJ.com
Amazon.com Inc. had what seemed like a mixed day on July 24: It unveiled disappointing second-quarter earnings, but it also began selling its much-anticipated Fire phone.
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