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Asian Stocks Down on Recovery, Ebola Worries
Asian stocks fell Thursday amid worries about the strength of U.S. and European recoveries and the first American case of Ebola. KEEPING SCORE: Japan's Nikkei 225 index lost 1.7 percent to 15,815.45 points and South Korea's Kospi fell 0.9 percent to ...
Ebola, manufacturing woes shake Wall St.  Boston Herald
U.S. stocks drop sharply; airlines sink  Houston Chronicle
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Getting Ebola treatments to market may take time
Health workers in protective suits treat a woman and her two children at Ebola treatment center in Monrovia, Liberia. LOS ANGELES (MarketWatch)�Just how long will it take to get Ebola treatments ready for use by an increasingly nervous public?
Ebola drug maker's stock still has 'tremendous upside'  The Globe and Mail
As Ebola spreads, drug stocks surge  CNNMoney
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Bill Gross May Be Gone, but His Strategy Lives On at Pimco
Photo. Daniel Ivascyn, one of Pimco's six deputy chief investment officers.Credit Steve Marcus/Reuters. The king may have departed, but at Pimco, his investment thesis lives on.
Ivascyn Faces $23.5 Billion Headache as Investors Redeem  Bloomberg
$23 billion pulled from Pimco fund  Los Angeles Times
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Wayfair Raises $319 Million Pricing IPO Above Range
Wayfair Inc., the online furniture and home-goods retailer that sells brands such as Joss & Main and Birch Lane, raised $319 million in its initial public offering, pricing the shares above the marketed range.
Wayfair raises $304 million in highly-anticipated IPO  Boston Globe
Wayfair raises IPO price  Boston Herald
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Stringer Faults New York City on Diversity of Its Vendors
Comptroller Scott M. Stringer unveiled a letter-grading system on Wednesday that rates New York City agencies in terms of their spending on goods and services provided by businesses owned by women and minorities.
Comptroller Stringer Gives New York City a 'D' on Push for Minority ...  Wall Street Journal
New York Launches a Web Portal to Match Its Tech Boom  Mashable
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Repairs to New York Tunnels Will Limit Rail Service
New Jersey Transit commuter trains entering and exiting the Hudson River tunnel in Pennsylvania Station in New York in 2012. Credit Luke Sharrett for The New York Times.
Repairs to Tunnels Damaged by Sandy Could Snarl Trains  Wall Street Journal
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New Pepsi Goes to Amazon
Pepsi True is also copying Coke in another respect. Coke last year in Argentina introduced its own naturally-sweetened, mid-calorie soda, Coca-Cola Life, which also is sweetened with sugar and stevia.
A choice of a new generation? Pepsi tries stevia  CNBC
A new cola war? Pepsi adds to mid-calorie soda arsenal  Fortune
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Coca-Cola, Yielding to Criticism, Revises Its Proposal for Executive Pay
Coca-Cola, facing sharp shareholder criticism of its executive pay, on Wednesday announced changes to the compensation plan that set off the squall.
Coca-Cola, bowing to pressure, amends employee equity plan  Business Standard
Coke cuts exec pay after Buffett criticism  CNNMoney
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US companies added 213000 jobs in September
WASHINGTON - US businesses added 213,000 jobs in September, accelerating hiring for the sixth straight month, according to a private survey.
ADP: Small Businesses Add 88000 Jobs in September  Fox Business
ADP Finds Private Sector Employers Added 213000 Jobs in September  Accounting Today
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Bank of America names CEO Moynihan chairman of board
(Reuters) - Bank of America Corp said it named Chief Executive Brian Moynihan as chairman of its board, effective immediately. He succeeds Charles "Chad" Holliday, the former chief executive of the chemical company E.I.
Bank of America Chief Moynihan to Add Chairman Role  New York Times
BofA board names CEO Brian Moynihan chairman  Appeal-Democrat
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