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4:45 AM - Thursday, October 30, 2014
6 hour ago - WSJ.com
Lufthansa said it wouldn’t meet its already reduced earnings targets for next year because of a weaker global economic outlook, but confirmed its 2014 forecast.
6 hour ago - BBC
Barclays reports profits of £3.72bn for the first nine months of the year as it sets aside £500m relating to "investigations" into foreign exchange trading.
6 hour ago - news / Denise Roland
Rival pub groups have another five days to thrash out the finer details of their £723m tie-up
6 hour ago - WSJ.com
German pharmaceutical giant Bayer raised its full-year earnings forecast as it reported a 13% rise in third-quarter net profit, boosted by strong growth in its health-care and crop-science divisions.
12 hour ago - BBC
Asia stocks mostly open higher after the US dollar jumps in value following the end of the Federal Reserve's bond-buying stimulus program.
20 hour ago - GigaOM
Appealing to its faithful customer base, BlackBerry is building buzz for the upcoming BlackBerry Classic; a QWERTY-based handset with 3.5-inch square touch display that should appeal to long-time BlackBerry users.
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6 hour ago - news / James Titcomb
Bank is first from UK to set aside funds for foreign exchange settlements, as it reports 5pc rise in profits and earmarks extra £170m for PPI costs
7 hour ago - CNBC
The amount of billionaires has doubled since the financial crisis, according to a report from global charity Oxfam.
7 hour ago - forbes.com / Aaron Tilley
Microsoft has had a pretty tough time getting very far with smartphones. Maybe it will have better luck in wearables. As Forbes staff writer Parmy Olson first reported last May, Microsoft is getting into the wearables game, and today it finally . . .
7 hour ago - Reuters
(Reuters) - General Electric Co is in early stage talks to sell its stakes worth more than $1 billion (625.72 million pounds) in its South Korean auto-financing and credit card businesses, the Wall Street Journal reported, citing people familia . . .
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