Jul 11, 2013

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China Can Endure Growth Slowdown to 6.5%, Finance Chief Says
Bloomberg
Chinese Finance Minister Lou Jiwei signaled the world's second-biggest economy may expand less than the government's target this year and that growth as low as 6.5 percent may be tolerable in the future. While the government in March set a 2013 growth ...
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Rate on 30-year mortgage hits 2-year high
USA TODAY
WASHINGTON (AP) — The average U.S. rate on the 30-year fixed mortgage rose this week to 4.51%, a two-year high. Rates have been rising on expectations that the Federal Reserve will slow its bond purchases this year. Mortgage buyer Freddie Mac said ...
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Steve Ballmer shakes up Microsoft structure in battle to compete
Financial Times
Microsoft chief executive Steve Ballmer has announced an operational realignment and a reshuffle of top management in a fresh attempt to remake the software company for an era in which the rules are set by rivals such as Apple and Google. The changes ...
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US Senators Introduce Bill to Break Up Megabanks
CNBC.com
A small bipartisan group of U.S. senators on Thursday introduced legislation that would break up Wall Street's megabanks by separating traditional banking activity from riskier financial services. The bill, called the 21st Century Glass-Steagall Act, has an ...
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Markets calmed by 'dovish' Bernanke
Financial Times
Ben Bernanke's constant refrain through six weeks of market turmoil has been that tapering the Federal Reserve's purchase of bonds is not the same thing as tightening monetary policy. That message seemed finally to be reflected in market moves on ...
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Lifting Ad Ban Promises More Reach to Hedge-Fund Pitches
Bloomberg
Investment pitches by entrepreneurs and hedge funds may get a higher public profile on television, through social media and even at sporting events following the lifting of an 80-year-old rule by U.S. securities regulators. While yesterday's vote by the ...
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Corn Bets Turn Bearish as Rain Revives US Crops: Commodities
Bloomberg
U.S. corn production is rebounding the most in two decades as farms recover from last year's drought-plagued harvest. Hedge funds are bearish on prices for the first time since 2010. Output this year will jump 29 percent to a record 13.95 billion bushels ...
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Leaner BP Blanches at Bill for Cleanup
New York Times (blog)
HOUSTON — Three years after its disastrous oil rig accident in the Gulf of Mexico, BP has managed to strengthen its finances by divesting itself of less profitable operations, ramping up new oil production in the North Sea and Angola and reducing its ...
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Treasuries Extend Steepest Weekly Gain in 13 Months
Bloomberg
Treasuries rose, sending 10-year notes toward their biggest weekly gain in 13 months, as comments from Federal Reserve Chairman Ben S. Bernanke snapped the rout triggered in June when the central bank outlined plans to end its bond-buying program.
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Transatlantic swaps deal averts market crunch
Financial Times
It was billed as the mother of regulatory crunches, the day the world's regulators would part ways on policing derivatives. They would prevent clearing houses handling some US business and force dealers to apply conflicting rules. In the event, on the eve of a ...
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Crash investigators urge cockpit warnings for low speed
USA TODAY
Federal safety investigators have urged for nearly a decade — after at least three fatal crashes — that planes should have a noise warning telling pilots when they are flying too slow, as was the case in the crash of Asiana Airlines Flight 214. The Federal ...
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Climate change will disrupt energy supplies, DOE warns
USA TODAY
How does climate change affect energy supplies? A new government report says rising temperatures make it more difficult for some power plants to operate and sea level rise threatens others. Hoover. The high water mark for Lake Mead is seen on Hoover ...
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US earthquake increase tied to disposal well boom
USA TODAY
Wastewater, increasingly injected into deep disposal wells amid the energy boom, appears to be the culprit in an increase in U.S. quakes. Story Highlights. Earthquakes have increased in places where they usually don't happen, seismic records show; The ...
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Wal-Mart's 'Smokescreen' Worker Safety Plan Draws Ire
TIME
The collapsed Rana Plaza factory in the Savar neighborhood of Dhaka, Bangladesh, seen on June 1, 2013. Email · Print; Share. Facebook · Twitter · Tumblr · LinkedIn · StumbleUpon · Reddit · Digg · Mixx · Delicious · Google+. Comment. Follow @TIMEWorld.
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Suit alleges bank discriminated against Arab Americans
USA TODAY
The suit accuses the bank of closing the accounts of Arab Americans without explanation. Checkbook illustration. Over the past decade, Arab Americans have complained about their bank accounts being suddenly closed down at financial institutions, say civil ...
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Philip Caldwell, former Ford CEO, dies at 93
USA TODAY
Chris Woodyard, USA TODAY 5:31 p.m. EDT July 11, 2013. He was the first executive outside of the Ford family to hold the post. caldwell. 1984 file picture of Philip Caldwell. (Photo: Associated Press). Story Highlights. Former Ford CEO Philip Caldwell dies ...
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Portland wild salmon: America's best regional food?
USA TODAY
When May rolls around, salmon lovers begin to salivate. This is the start of the wild salmon season, which lasts roughly until November, depending on the variety. Wild salmon in the Pacific Northwest swim in waters from Alaska to northern California.
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Claims for unemployment benefits jump 16K
USA TODAY
The number of Americans seeking unemployment benefits the week ended July 6 jumped a more-than-expected 16,000 to 360,000, the Labor Department said Thursday. The prior week's figure was also revised up and the four-week moving average -- a less ...
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US unmanned drone jet makes first carrier landing
BBC News
In a key development for the future of robotic flight, a pilotless US jet has landed aboard an aircraft carrier. The US Navy X-47B drone touched down on the deck of the USS George H W Bush as it sailed off the coast of Virginia. The bat-wing aircraft can deliver ...
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Cable-TV Boss's Vision: Just Two Industry Players
Wall Street Journal- India
Tom Rutledge, the chief executive of cable operator Charter Communications Inc., was on vacation in the Caribbean in February when he got an unexpected phone call. Cable tycoon John Malone was on the line. Enlarge Image. image. Close. image.
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If Nook goes bust , will your e - books survive ?
MarketWatch
After the flagging fortunes of the Nook tablet prompted Barnes & Noble's (NYSE:BKS) CEO to resign, loyal customers may be wondering what will happen to their electronic libraries if the company goes kaput. Will they be stuck with vast book collections that ...
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EU raids telecom operators over 'throttling' concerns
Financial Times
EU officials have raided the offices of Deutsche Telekom, Orange and Telef√≥nica over concerns the European telecom groups abused their dominant position in the internet market to "throttle" data-heavy services such as YouTube and Skype. Brussels ...
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Infosys fiscal-Q1 profit slightly above forecast
MarketWatch
BANGALORE--India's Infosys Ltd. Friday reported a 3.7% rise in fiscal first-quarter net profit in rupee terms, and maintained its revenue growth forecast of 6%-10% in dollar terms for the current fiscal year. India's second-largest software exporter by revenue ...
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Singapore's Economy Beats Forecasts to Grow Most Since 2011
Bloomberg
Singapore's economy grew at the fastest pace in more than two years last quarter as services strengthened and manufacturing rebounded, reducing pressure on the central bank to ease monetary policy. Gross domestic product rose an annualized 15.2 ...
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Jumbo mortgage loans are back on the table
Chicago Tribune
It's a good time to buy an expensive home. Jumbo mortgage loans, which sizzled during the housing market's run-up and then fizzled spectacularly, are back with more flexible products from more lenders and interest rates that are inching ever closer to the ...
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House GOP outlines plans for mortgage finance
Washington Post
House Republicans on Thursday released the details of legislation that would shutter mortgage finance giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac and nearly eliminate the government's role in backing the nation's mortgage market. The measure, which is expected ...
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Texas joins federal crackdown on online wildlife trafficking
Dallas Morning News
Operation Wild Web cracked down on online wildlife trafficking, including items like tiger skins. "We purchased a pretty wide array of animals," said Capt. Greg Wiliford of the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. By ROBERT WILONSKY. ROBERT WILONSKY ...
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Explosion Reported In Chinatown, New York - Business Insider
By Pamela Engel and Adam Taylor
The building has partially collapsed, according to local news reports.
Business Insider
Google Marketing Budget For Moto X - Business Insider
By Steve Kovach
Google will spend up to $500 million marketing Motorola's Moto X.
Tech
Is there a business selling ads on the hugely popular game ...
By Lauren Hockenson
Adventurize is diving headlong into an emerging business: selling ads on the popular game MineCraft. It's unclear whether the game's 10 million-plus members will respond kindly.
GigaOM
4 Tips To Secure Big Client Meetings - Business Insider
By Jessica Stillman
It's difficult to be noticed as a small company, but with the right tactics, you can attract the attention of large clients and expand your business.
Business Insider
Andrew Bynum Cavs Contract A Steal - Business Insider
By Tony Manfred
The injured Bynum didn't play at all last year after Philly traded a boatload of assets to get him from the Lakers. But the terms of the Cavs deal are incredibly team-friendly (via ESPN): Year 1: $6 million guaranteed, with another $6 million in ...
Business Insider
Microsoft pitching Xbox One to small companies as justifiable ...
By Dave Cook
Xbox One has been pitched to small businesses as a useful tool in their day-to-day operations thanks to on-board apps like Skype and SkyDrive. Microsoft's Marques Lyons has penned a blog to convince company owners that the $499 ...
VG247
Business Week Cover Subtly Hints Hedge Funds Have Lost Their ...
By Doktor Zoom
So here is the illustration for this week's Bloomberg Businessweek cover story about how hedge funds are underperforming and going all limp and stuff. It appears that Businessweek wants some attention, class, so let's all give Businessweek ...
Wonkette
6 Ways Businesses Use Facebook Apps | Social Media Examiner
By Jim Belosic
Facebook apps: How to create stronger ties with customers and increase the lines of communication using custom tab apps.
Social Media Examiner
Learn to unlock the full business value of DCIM
By Bill Kleyman
With so much pressure around data center uptime and reliability - it's time you learn to unlock the full business value of your DCIM solution.
Data Center Knowledge
Medicaid messages: Both sides step up efforts, urge action | Crain's ...
It features Rob Fowler, president and CEO of the Small Business Association of Michigan, who makes the case for expansion, though he doesn't say the word "expansion." In the ad, he urges viewers to contact their senators. "It's time to finish ...
Crain's Detroit Business - Latest News
Oceaneering Is A Great Business, But How Much Are You Willing To ...
When it comes to equipment and services in the energy space, "strong market share" is usually pretty relative. In many markets, a company is doing very well if it can get 25% or one-third of a market to themselves, which makes Oceaneering ...
Investopedia Stock Analysis

Web7 new results for Business
 
Business this week | The Economist
The European Commission unveiled its proposed "single resolution mechanism" that would give it the authority to wind down failing banks in the euro zone with ...
www.economist.com/news/world.../21581786-business-week
Business Highlights - Philly.com
NEW YORK (AP) - Microsoft Corp. is reshuffling its business in an attempt to promote faster innovation and a sharper focus on devices and services. The move ...
www.philly.com/.../20130711_ap_d2ad12766d9d4693999f3...
America's top 6 states for business- MSN Money
All top 6 not top 5 have Republican governors. More importantly than that though the top 2 states charge 0 corporate tax and 0 personal income tax. Hard for ...
money.msn.com/investing/americas-top-6-states-for-business
Small-business owners deal with cleanup of water, mud ... - Pittsburgh
As the cleanup began Thursday, business owners in Oakdale recalled a time nine years ago when storms were a lot worse and the water was a lot higher.
www.post-gazette.com/.../small-business-owners-deal-with-cle...
Pocatello is Open for Business - KPVI News 6 - Pocatello, ID
A CNBC ranking revealed that Idaho and Pocatello are both top 10 in terms of positive business climate.
www.kpvi.com/...is.../7dgKUsNT6ka9Fgqf_c1fXw.cspx
Bloomberg Business Week phallic cover draws attention - NYPOST ...
The new cover of Bloomberg Business Week created quite a stir yesterday on Wall Street and beyond with its phallic cover calling out hedge funds as overrated .
www.nypost.com/.../bloomberg_mag_cover_is_uh_hard_to_2...
Hundreds Laid Off at Cape Girardeau Business | WSILTV | Local News
CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO. -- Integrity Solution Services will lay off more than 400 employees at ...
www.wsiltv.com/.../Call-Center-to-Layoff-Hundreds--215178...


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