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3:18 AM - Friday, October 31, 2014
7 hour ago - WSJ.com
Sony reports a $1.2 billion loss for the quarter after writing down the book value of its struggling smartphone business.
7 hour ago - WSJ.com
Eric Frein, a self-described survivalist suspected of fatally shooting a Pennsylvania state trooper last month and eluding capture for nearly seven weeks, was taken into custody Thursday, state police said.
7 hour ago - WSJ.com
The Bank of Japan on Friday unexpectedly announced additional stimulus measures, bolstering its asset purchases for the first time in over a year and a half, as its 2% inflation target looks increasingly untenable.
7 hour ago - WSJ.com
French bank BNP Paribas reported an 11% jump in third-quarter net profit, buoyed by its investment banking business.
7 hour ago - WSJ.com
Andy Rubin, co-founder and former leader of Google Inc.’s Android mobile business and the current head of its nascent robotics effort, is leaving the Internet company, the company said Thursday.
7 hour ago - WSJ.com
Danone has agreed to acquire a 25% stake in Chinese milk powder maker Yashili International Holdings Ltd. for $566 million to bolster its presence in China.
7 hour ago - CNNMoney.com
Energy producing nations like Iran, Venezuela and Saudi Arabia rely on oil to bankroll their budgets. Now they're in trouble.
7 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.
8 hour ago - news / Elizabeth Anderson
Halloween can now be more lucrative than Christmas, as America's fancy dress festival of fear has become big business in Britain
15 hour ago - NY Times / James Kanter
The agreement, under European Union auspices, ends a standoff over payments for gas Ukraine had already consumed, and terms for future deliveries.
9 hour ago - MarketWatch.com
Big banks in the U.S. and Europe are stockpiling billions to pay for a potential trans-Atlantic settlement of allegations that they manipulated foreign-exchange rates as talks heat up with regulators on both continents.
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