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6:38 AM - Friday, September 19, 2014
4 hour ago - WSJ.com
Voters in Scotland rejected a heated bid for independence, with 55% saying "no." The U.K. prime minister said work would begin to grant Scotland more powers, but in a surprise move he also endorsed greater autonomy for England, Wales and Northe . . .
5 hour ago - Business
LONDON (AP) — Scotland's decision to reject independence from the United Kingdom shored up British stocks on Friday but worries over future constitutional changes kept a lid on the relief rally.
7 hour ago - WSJ.com
French oil major Total is in exclusive talks with chemical group Arkema to sell its adhesive maker Bostik for about $2.25 billion.
8 hour ago - The Guardian / Jill Treanor
RBS bounces back as sterling hits two-year high in Asia markets but analysts warn of uncertainty surrounding further devolution Scottish referendum - live coverage Relief spread across City dealing rooms on Friday as shares rose and sterling ra . . .
6 hour ago - MarketWatch.com
What better way to honor dad than to name a bottle — or better yet, a whole wine brand — after him? That’s what California winemaker Joseph Carr has done with Josh wine.
10 hour ago - MarketWatch.com
The British pound stages a solid rally as projections show Scottish voters have decided to remain in the U.K.
7 hour ago - WSJ.com
French media and telecom conglomerate Vivendi said it would sell its Brazilian unit GVT to Spanish telecom giant Telefónica in a deal valued at around $9.3 billion.
5 hour ago - CNBC
Alibaba could stir things up as traders deal with options expirations and possible market volatility spurred by Scotland.
18 hour ago - WSJ.com
General Mills Inc. said it will close a cereal plant and a yogurt factory, eliminating up to nearly 600 jobs, as its first steps in a cost-cutting plan aimed at offsetting sluggish U.S. demand for cereal, cake mix and other packaged foods.
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