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Economic souffl� at risk of implosion
The prospect of higher interest rates remains the b�te noire of financial markets, judging by their recent performance. Weak growth and low inflation data have spurred strong stock and bond market gains, more than offsetting July's sell-off.
What's Keeping the Fed From Raising Short-Term Interest Rates
Asian stocks higher on China stimulus reports  The Seattle Times
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China injects $81 billion into major banks to support economy - reports
SHANGHAI (Reuters) - China's central bank is injecting a combined 500 billion yuan ($81.35 billion) of liquidity into the country's top banks, according to media reports, a sign that authorities are stepping up efforts to shore up a faltering economy.
Fed, China Stimulus Hopes Boost World Stocks  NDTV
China provides $89.5b liquidity to its five biggest banks  Sydney Morning Herald
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Sears Holdings Corp (SHLD) Set to Controversially Receive $400 Million in ...
Sears Holdings Corp (SHLD) Set to Controversially Receive $400 Million in Loan from ESL Investments Inc. Affiliates. Services. 3 hours ago.
Sears Holdings borrows $400m from Lampert  Home Channel News
Stocks of Sears Drop to 52 Week Low as its CEO Offers Loan of $400 million  TopNews United States
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What is Alibaba? in 60 seconds
A juggernaut in its native China, Alibaba sells more than both and eBay combined. It operates a string of online marketplaces in the country including the Amazon-style Tmall, eBay rival Taobao and discount sales website Juhuasuan - a Chinese ...
Alibaba's Jack Ma refutes rumours of migrating to Hong Kong  Business Standard
5 things you didn't know about Alibaba  CBS News
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Sony's Hirai Low on Options as Smartphone Business Falters
Sony Corp. (6758) Chief Executive Officer Kazuo Hirai is running out of options to turn around Japan's iconic consumer-electronics maker.
Sony Expects Deep Loss for This Fiscal Year  Wall Street Journal
Sony's Hirai Short on Options as Smartphone Business Falters  Businessweek
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Trian wants DuPont to split its business
NEW YORK - Activist investor Nelson Peltz's Trian Fund Management LP wants DuPont to separate its business into two companies in an effort to boost shareholder value and improve its financial performance.
The 10-Point.  Wall Street Journal
Activist investor Peltz wants DuPont to break up: Report  CNBC
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Number of Children Living in Poverty in US Has Dropped - Cencus
The Bureau of Census released a report on Tuesday, which showed that the 2013 poverty rate has declined for the first time in seven years.
Welfare Spending Balloons With Little Gain  KTRH
U.S. poverty rate drops for first time since 2006
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Federal regulators accuse Corinthian Colleges of predatory lending scheme ...
WASHINGTON -- Federal regulators on Tuesday sued Corinthian Colleges, accusing the embattled for-profit education company of setting up a predatory student loan scheme and then illegally harassing borrowers in an attempt to collect that debt.
Corinthian Colleges lured students with lies, lawsuit says
Consumer watchdog says Corinthian Colleges set up 'predatory lending ...  OCRegister
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A Tale Of Two Cities: Everett Celebrates Wynn Win; Revere Reacts To Casino ...
BOSTON - Wynn Resorts wanted to bring a little bit of Las Vegas to Everett. It proposed a five-star destination resort on the the site of a former chemical plant on the banks of the Mystic River.
Everett celebrates casino win  WCVB Boston
Wynn Gets Boston-Area Casino License  TIME
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Janet Yellen vs. the Inflation Zombies
Janet Yellen isn't the corporate type: She has spent practically all her adult life in academia and public service. But as she prepares to finish up her first year as Ben Bernanke's replacement, the 68-year-old Fed chair is surely the woman�make that the ...
Radical Fed Doves Actually Took a Middle Path on Interest Rates  The Fiscal Times
The Fed-speak investors will be keying on  CBS News
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