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| Asian shares bounce from four-week low, dollar up on US jobs surprise Reuters |
TOKYO (Reuters) - Asian shares edged away from a four-week low on Monday, while the dollar rose against the euro and yen as a surprise surge in U.S. jobs growth signaled the world's largest economy was on a firmer footing. U.S. employers took on ...
| Deutsche Telekom to Buy GTS Central Europe Wall Street Journal |
Deutsche Telekom AG plans to acquire telecommunications provider GTS Central Europe for €546 million ($730 million) from a group of private-equity firms, as the German incumbent overhauls its Eastern European activities. A purchase of GTS would be a ...
| Intuit Chooses Finalists for Super Bowl Ad Contest ABC News |
Small businesses that produce dog treats, toys, eggs and compost are vying for a chance to have a commercial during the Super Bowl. The four companies are finalists in a competition held by software maker Intuit, which will pay millions of dollars to give the ...
| Ex 'Wolf of Wall Street' says he's a changed man Businessweek |
The old Belfort was a notorious stock swindler who squandered profits from a boiler-room, "pump and dump" scheme on cocaine, prostitutes and other excesses — a story that became basis for two memoirs and "The Wolf of Wall Street," an upcoming movie ...
| French Finance Minister: Getting AAA Rating No Priority Now Wall Street Journal |
PARIS--French Finance Minister Pierre Moscovici on Sunday said getting a triple-A rating is not a priority as the markets reacted showing trust in the government's policy despite the Friday downgrade by rating agency Standard & Poor's to double-A. "I feel the ...
| Facebook director Andreessen's firm sells a third of its shares Reuters |
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Facebook Inc director Marc Andreessen's venture-capital firm sold a third of its stake in the world's No. 1 online social network, according to a recent regulatory filing. Andreessen Horowitz sold 2.28 million shares on November 6 at ...
| Japan Current-Account Balance Rises 14.3% Y/Y Bloomberg |
| Spirit flight returns to O'Hare after engine trouble ABC7Chicago.com |
A Spirit Airlines flight had to be diverted back to O'Hare International Airport after a part of the right engine suddenly fell off. (Isabel Capuano). Tags: chicago news. Comment Now; Email · Print · Report a typo. ShareThis via email, AIM, social bookmarking and ...
| Three Views of The Communist Party's Third Plenum Wall Street Journal (blog) |
Contributors to The Wall Street Journal's Chinese-language site see stark choices about China's future as Chinese leaders hold an important policy meeting. Here are three excerpted takes. Wei Sen, a professor of economics at Fudan University in Shanghai, ...
| Brazil's OSX to Seek Bankruptcy Protection ABC News |
OSX Brasil S.A, the shipbuilding company of Brazil's one-time richest man Eike Batista, said Friday evening it will file for bankruptcy protection in a Rio de Janeiro court. The company said on its website that its board of directors agreed Friday to file for ...
| Twitter IPO sparks speculation on who could follow Reuters |
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - For technology executives weighing market flotations for Silicon Valley startups, this week's gangbusters Twitter Inc initial public offering sent a powerful signal: full speed ahead. About a dozen private companies are valued at ...
| Kerry's agenda in Abu Dhabi includes Iran, Syria KRQE |
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry steps aboard his aircraft in Geneva, Switzerland, Sunday Nov. 10, 2013. Nuclear talks with Iran have failed to reach agreement, but Kerry said differences between Tehran and six world powers made "significant progress.
| Assessing the odds on Twitter Boston Globe |
WASHINGTON — Twitter moved forward with the most-hyped stock offering of the year, and investor demand was off the charts. After initially planning to sell shares for $17 to $20 each, Twitter sold at $26 each, which valued the company at up to $26 billion.
| 3 Warnings Signs Of A Potential Bloodbath Ahead Forbes |
The title is deliberately provocative to relay the extent of my concerns with recent market action. Regular readers will know of my bearish long-term outlook for stocks based on the view that we remain in a secular bear market which began in 2000 and ...
| FAA to work with industry, DOD, DHS, NASA, and others to integrate unmanned ... Avionics Intelligence |
WASHINGTON, 9 Nov. 2013. FAA Administrator Michael Huerta, speaking at the AIA – Unmanned Aircraft Systems Forum, discussed the organization's new unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) integration roadmap, pending selection of UAS test sites, privacy ...
| What would Janet Yellen do? New York Post |
It's happened only twice in the past 26 years, but this week Americans will get to watch as the Senate Banking Committee grills someone who is poised to become the most powerful woman in the nation and the second-most powerful person in the country.
| An MBA Questions The Degree's Worth LinkedIn Today |
Mariana Zanetti had been working as a product manager for Shell in Buenos Aires when her husband got a promotion to a new job in Madrid. One of her colleagues, a Harvard Business School graduate, suggested that the Argentine native go to business ...
| GMO Labeling: Good Policy or Blind Hysteria? Twin Falls Times-News |
According to one of the nation's leading natural food retailers, consumers have a right to know what's in their food and labeling of genetically altered food is good public policy. Labeling of food products that contain GMOs is popular in Europe. Voters in ...