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As Alibaba debuts on Wall Street, stocks drift
NEW YORK - With Wall Street focused on the debut of Alibaba Group, the stock market drifted into the weekend and major indexes ended little changed.
As Wall Street watches Alibaba, stocks drift  Chron.com
Alibaba Passes Facebook in Market Value on First Trade  Businessweek
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Dow closes at another record high on a day dominated by Alibaba
The Dow Jones industrial average closed at yet another record high on Friday, a day dominated by Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba's making a blockbuster showing on its first day of trading.
Don't Be Lulled By the Stock Market's Smooth Ride  Wall Street Journal
Dow closes at record high, again  USA TODAY
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Fitch Affirms United States at 'AAA'; Outlook Stable
(The following statement was released by the rating agency) LONDON, September 19 (Fitch) Fitch Ratings has affirmed the United States of America's Long-term foreign and local currency Issuer Default Ratings (IDR) at 'AAA' with Stable Outlooks.
Fitch Affirms Raytheon's Ratings at 'A-/F2'; Outlook Stable  MarketWatch
Fitch Affirms Triple-A Rating for U.S.  Fox Business
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Finra Proposes Less Stringent Disclosure for Brokers Switching Firms
Wall Street's self-regulator appears to have dropped plans to make brokers who change employers to tell all clients about any big-money signing bonuses they get as part of the move.
UPDATE 1-US brokerages score victory as watchdog guts bonus disclosure plan  Reuters
Finra shines light into dark pools  Financial Times
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Morgan Stanley Insider Case Yields Tip Chewer's Plea
A New York man admitted he served as a go-between for five years by illegally passing inside corporate information to a Morgan Stanley (MA:US) broker on notes at Grand Central Terminal and then chewing and swallowing the evidence.
Man who ate napkins to conceal insider trading pleads guilty  Reuters
Post-it-note-eating insider-trading middleman charged  MarketWatch (blog)
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UPDATE 2-Russian stocks get short-lived relief from tycoon's release
(Adds reaction to Yevtushenkov release, updates prices). By Jason Bush. MOSCOW Sep 19 (Reuters) - Russian shares got a short-lived boost on Friday afternoon after a well-known tycoon was freed from house arrest, but the market optimism faded, leaving ...
Russian CEOs Rally Behind Tycoon Amid Confusion on Arrest  Bloomberg
Russia releases oligarch Yevtushenkov  Financial Times
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Tesla software update zaps new features into cars
Tesla is sending software updates to owners of all its electric Model S sedans that will give them cool new features -- from traffic-based navigation to the ability to name their car.
Turn on Your Tesla Model S With Your Smartphone  PC Magazine
A new use for an iPhone 6: start a Tesla  MarketWatch
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France's Aa1 Rating Affirmed by Moody's With Negative Outlook
France's Aa1 credit rating was affirmed by Moody's Investors Service, which cited the size and wealth of the nation's economy even as it experiences a gradual erosion of strength.
Moody's backs UK bond rating after Scotland vote  seattlepi.com
Moody's keeps Aa1 rating on France with negative outlook  Daily Mail
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(Park)ing day returns to Danbury
And just what does that mean? Well according to the website "PARK(ing) Day is an annual worldwide event where artists, designers and citizens transform metered parking spots into temporary public parks.
Parking spot dog park  alloveralbany
Did Park(ing) Day Vanish?  Mission Local
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Failed student's website outsells eBay and Amazon - now Alibaba has been ...
A Chinese internet firm started by a former English teacher was catapulted into the business superleague last night. Online retail giant Alibaba was valued at �140billion, more than Walt Disney and Coca-Cola, after the biggest stockmarket flotation in US ...
Alibaba float has the magic touch [Daily Mail, London :: ]  Businessweek
China's giant online shopping 'crocodile'  Yahoo Finance UK
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