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Alibaba prices IPO at $68 per share
NEW YORK (AP) - Chinese e-commerce powerhouse Alibaba priced its initial public offering of stock at $68 per share on Thursday, the top end of the expected range.
China H-Shares Fall to Two-Month Low on Economy as Huaneng Sinks  Bloomberg
Tops in E-Commerce, Alibaba Is Now Taking On China's Banks  New York Times
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Larry Ellison steps down as chief of Oracle
Share via e-mail. To. Add a message. Your e-mail. Print. Comments. Lawrence Ellison, CEO at Oracle, will become executive chairman, working on the company's.
UPDATE 6-Oracle's Ellison steps aside, co-CEOs Catz and Hurd take over  Reuters
Larry Ellison Steps Down: Bloomberg West (09/18)  Bloomberg
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Scottish independence: pound jumps as No votes roll in
The pound rose sharply on Friday morning as referendum results rolled in revealing strong unionist support across Scotland. The rise put sterling on course for its biggest two-day rise against the dollar in more than a year.
Scotland ready to call London's bluff over sterling  MarketWatch
The pound sterling has hit a two-year high...  Mynextfone
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Home Depot says malware affected 56m payment cards
Share via e-mail. To. Add a message. Your e-mail. Print. Comments. NEW YORK - Home Depot estimates 56 million debit and credit cards were breached in a data theft between April and September at its US and Canadian stores.
Home Depot Says Data From 56 Million Cards Was Taken in Breach  New York Times (blog)
Home Depot: Card breach put 56M cards at risk  USA TODAY
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Pound rises as Scottish results favor union
Trader Patrick Forbes, left, works on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange Thursday, Sept. 18, 2014. U.S. stocks are opening higher a day after the Federal Reserve made clear it would keep interest rates at record lows for a while.
Job news pushes indexes to highs  Jackson Clarion Ledger
Gold price up today  Elko Daily Free Press
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Housing starts drop more than forecast
Subcontractors work on a house under construction at a Norton Commons residential subdivision in Louisville, Kentucky. Housing starts slumped in August after reaching the highest level in almost seven years, pointing to an uneven pickup in the U.S.
US Housing Starts Fall, but Broader Trends Look Solid  Wall Street Journal
Housing Starts in US Dropped More Than Forecast in August  Businessweek
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UPDATE 2-SAP agrees to buy expense software maker Concur for $7.3 bln
... * SAP offers $129 per Concur share. * With Concur SAP increases reach in cloud computing. * Concur board of directors has unanimously approved deal.
Concur sold to SAP for $8.3B  The Seattle Times
SAP, Serious About the Cloud, Buys Concur for $8.3 Billion  eWeek
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Retailers ramping up holiday hiring efforts
Wal-Mart plans to hire 60,000 seasonal workers, including as many as 5,000 in Southern California. Above, Wal-Mart worker Nidia Flores arranges clothing.
Wal-Mart ups holiday staffing; Target, Penney's flat  CNBC
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R.I. unemployment rate stays steady at 7.7% in August
PROVIDENCE - Rhode Island's unemployment rate remained the same, at 7.7 percent, for August, compared with July, and the state gained 100 jobs, according to data released Thursday by the R.I.
Jobless rates continue rise in Tennessee, Georgia  Chattanooga Times Free Press
US jobless claims down to near 14-year low in Sept. 13 week  Gant Daily
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US crude steady on ample supply, strong dollar, demand concerns
U.S. crude oil futures steadied at over $93 a barrel on Friday in early Asian trades, after falling more than a dollar on Thursday, pressured by a supply glut, a stronger U.S.
Brent hovers below $98, but set for 1st weekly rise in 3  Daily Mail
Oil Heads for Weekly Gain on Speculation OPEC May Cut Production  Businessweek
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