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Dollar firms with Fed policy language under intense scrutiny
TOKYO/SYDNEY (Reuters) - The U.S. dollar firmed on Wednesday, recovering from a setback in the previous session as investors awaited the Federal Reserve's latest guidance on U.S.
Economic souffl� at risk of implosion  Financial Times
US Fed may decide on new interest rate tool this week  Business Today
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China cenbank injects $81 bln 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.
China Joins ECB in Adding Stimulus as Fed Scales Back  Bloomberg
Stealthy or Normal? Analysts Diverge on PBOC's Action  Businessweek
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Sears puts up 25 stores to borrow $400m
Share via e-mail. To. Add a message. Your e-mail. Print. Comments. Edward Lampert is chief executive of Sears, which also owns Kmart.
Sears stock plummets as its CEO offers a $400 million loan  Market Business News
Sears shares tumble on loan news  Chicago Tribune
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Poverty rate drops but U.S. incomes stagnant
Washington� The nation's poverty rate dropped last year for the first time since 2006, but the typical household income barely budged in a sign of the continuing sluggish economic recovery from the Great Recession, the Census Bureau said Tuesday.
US poverty rate drops for first time since 2006
National poverty rate continues slow fall  Pittsburgh Post Gazette
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Delaying Social Security might make financial sense
Most older Americans begin taking Social Security benefits before they reach what the Social Security Administration defines as full retirement age.
Social Security resumes mailing benefit statements
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Walmart overcharged New Yorkers for Coca-Cola
(CNN) - Some New Yorkers paid too much for the �real thing.� Walmart will pay $66,000 to settle claims that it overcharged customers who bought Coke.
Wal-Mart Guilty of Father's Day Price-Gauging  PNC Voice
Wal-Mart caught charging New Yorkers more for Coke than advertised  CNNMoney
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Alibaba IPO seen sucking money out of Hong Kong stocks
Chinese investors are very keen on the Alibaba IPO, and the Hong Kong stock market seems to be suffering as a result. Reuters. Alibaba founder Jack Ma.
U.S. $1.4 Trillion Money Machine Set to Process Alibaba  Bloomberg
Is Alibaba coming to America?  USA TODAY
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Corinthian Colleges lured students with lies, lawsuit says
At campuses sprinkled across Florida, Corinthian Colleges promised its students a �better career, a better life� - with classes made affordable by financial aid.
Cordray sues Corinthian Colleges, alleges 'predatory' student loans  Columbus Dispatch
Corinthian College sued for $500 million over student loans  OCRegister
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In casino battle, one big winner and a long list of losers
Share via e-mail. To. Add a message. Your e-mail. Print. Comments. Like any good high stakes poker tournament, the Boston casino licensing produced one big winner and a long list of losers.
Wynn Resorts wins Boston-area casino license
Battle to open casino in Everett just heating up  WCVB Boston
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Rackspace Names Taylor Rhodes as CEO and a Member of the Board of Directors
SAN ANTONIO, TX, Sep 16, 2014 (Marketwired via COMTEX) -- Rackspace® RAX, +0.87% the #1 managed cloud company, today announced that its board of directors has named Taylor Rhodes to be the company's chief executive officer as well as a ...
Rackspace Hosting, Inc. Kills Merger Plan, Stock Tumbles  Benzinga
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