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Jeff Bezos vs. Elon Musk: A Thrilling, New Space Race
The Amazon chief executive's Blue Origin achieves a milestone, launching the modern era of space competition. Ashlee Vance valleyhack.
5 Things to Read Today: Turkey Shoots Down Russian Jet, Private Rocket Test ...  Wall Street Journal (blog)
Reusable Rocket: In a First, Booster Returns Safely to Earth  ABC News
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US GDP growth raised for third quarter
WASHINGTON The U.S. economy grew at a healthier clip in the third quarter than initially thought, but strong inventory accumulation by businesses could temper expectations of an acceleration in growth in the final three months of the year.
US revises up Q3 growth, while Europe flashes mixed signals  Christian Science Monitor
US economy grows at 2.1 pct. rate in 3rd qtr.  Fox News Latino
State Department terror warning casts shadow over Thanksgiving travel
DENVER - Americans taking to the air and roads for Thanksgiving will battle both the crush of fellow travelers and security hassles brought on by a State Department global travel warning.
What to Know About Thanksgiving Travel This Weekend  TIME
Thanksgiving Travelers Comes Face-To-Face With Hunger Strike  Daily Caller
UPDATE 3-CalPERS shared $3.4 bln in private equity profits over 25 years
(Adds payments by private equity firms and State Treasurer comment). By Robin Respaut. SAN FRANCISCO Nov 24 The nation's largest public pension, the California Public Employees' Retirement System, said on Tuesday that it had paid $3.4 billion to ...
Calpers Reports It Paid $3.4 Billion to Private-Equity Firms  Bloomberg
CalPERS discloses private equity investment fees: $1 billion  Sacramento Bee
Housing Prices Inch Up, No Sign Of Peak
The U.S. housing market has not lost momentum. The S&P/Case-Shiller U.S. National Home Price Index showed an increase of 4.9 percent in September, up from a 4.6 percent increase in August.
Real Home Prices Could Take 17 Years to Return to Peak  Wall Street Journal (blog)
Final Earnings at the Old Hewlett-Packard Fall Short of Wall St. Expectations
SAN FRANCISCO - Hewlett-Packard ended its life as one public company with a whimper. HP, considered the grandfather of Silicon Valley, began November as two separate entities.
HP Inc cuts full-year profit forecast on weak PC, printer sales  Reuters
Hewlett Packard reports first results after split  USA TODAY
Janet Yellen just told off Ralph Nader
Nader, a former presidential candidate and activist, criticized Yellen and the Federal Reserve in October for keeping interest rates near zero since December 2008.
Fed Chair Yellen defends Fed's low-rate policies  Daily Herald
Ralph Nader told Fed Chair Janet Yellen to sit down with her economist ...  Washington Post
A Reprieve from Black Friday Madness?
In the past, Black Friday has been seen as a fun, weirdly exciting event; even when people got injured in the rush, it conferred a kind of shopping cachet.
Walmart Activists Plan Mass Black Friday Food Drive To Help Workers On ...  Forbes
Black Friday 2015: 4 Tech Tools to Make the Most of the Shopping Day  ABC News
Senate Panel to Take On Inversions in Review of Global Taxation
The U.S. Senate Finance Committee will take on corporate inversions as part of a broader review of challenges posed by international tax rules that it says encourage multinational companies to move profits and property to countries with lower rates.
Pfizer's Next Step: Break Up  Wall Street Journal
Another voice: Merger as tax dodge
Just in time for holiday shopping: Researchers warn of stealthy, credit-card ...
Just as millions of Americans are steeling themselves for one of the biggest shopping weekends of the year, cybersecurity researchers are warning about a stealthy malware aimed at stealing credit card and debit card numbers from retailers ...
This Malware Grinch May Steal Your Christmas Money  Investor's Business Daily
What Consumers Need to Know About Black Friday Malware Threat  KXRO Newsradio