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Amazon, Visa results disappoint, drag on Wall Street
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Disappointing earnings from Amazon and Visa dragged U.S. stocks lower on Friday in a broad selloff led by consumer discretionary shares.
Stocks slide: Dow in 135-point drop  USA TODAY
US stocks fall; Dow dips below 17000  MarketWatch   Related articles »  
Amazon quarterly losses much worse than expected
SAN FRANCISCO - Writers are peeved at Amazon. On Thursday, investors became disgruntled too. The company, which is embroiled in a very public conflict with the publisher Hachette, announced second-quarter losses nearly double what Wall Street ...
Amazon Plunges: What Wall Street's Saying
Amazon Under Fire: What Happens When Sales Growth Isn't Enough?  Forbes
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Fox's Europe deal means cash for Time Warner bid
Rupert Murdoch's 21st Century Fox entered a deal Friday to sell all of its stake in Sky Italia and a majority stake in Sky Deutschland to BSkyB, raising more than $8 billion cash to fortress its rebuffed Time Warner bid.
UPDATE 4-BSkyB to pay $9 billion to create Sky Europe  Reuters
BSkyB to Pay Fox $9B to Combine Sky Assets  Fox Business
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Euro, shares fall as Ukraine woes hit German confidence
LONDON - Signs that tensions between the West and Russia are starting to hurt confidence in Europe's dominant economy Germany left the euro near an eight-month low on Friday and lifted the region's government bonds.
German business confidence drops for third month in a row amid Iraq, Ukraine ...  Fox Business
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Durable-goods orders up a solid 0.7% in June
WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) - Orders for durable goods such as computers, aircraft and heavy machinery rose a solid 0.7% in June, but the details of the report suggest the rebound in business investment in the second quarter will not be as strong as ...
Durable Goods Orders Rise; Economy Seen Building Speed  DailyFinance
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UPDATE 1-El Pollo Loco shares go crazy in debut, fly 32 pct
... * Shares open at $19, above IPO price of $15. * Values company at over $700 mln at day's high (Adds details). By Amrutha Gayathri.
El Pollo Loco (LOCO) Stock Pops on First Trading Day After IPO
El Pollo Loco shares surge in debut
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UK Recovery Flattered by Population Growth
It's been an encouraging 24 hours for British economic policy makers. But the recent run of strong growth figures flatters the economy's post-crisis performance, and understates the distance that still has to be covered until the recovery is complete.
George Osborne: GDP figures 'major milestone'  BBC News
HR News Update - GDP Figures: cause for caution  The HR Director Magazine
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Lufthansa, Air France to resume Tel Aviv flights
BERLIN (AP) - Air France and Germany's Lufthansa decided Friday to resume flights to Tel Aviv after canceling operations for several days over safety concerns.
Air Canada plane told to circle Tel Aviv airport  Washington Post
Germany's Lufthansa to resume Tel Aviv flights Saturday  Channel News Asia
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UPDATE 2-AbbVie profit beats estimates on surging Humira sales
(Adds analyst comment; forecasts for third quarter, full year; Humira trends; updates share price). By Ransdell Pierson. July 25 (Reuters) - AbbVie Inc, which last week announced plans to buy Dublin-based drugmaker Shire Plc for $55 billion, reported ...
AbbVie Continues Beat Streak With Second-Quarter Results  Bidness Etc
AbbVie Q2 Earnings Top on Humira Sales, Shire In Focus
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Peter Swinburn to retire from Molson Coors, Mark Hunter succeeds
A six pack of Coors Banquet beer. Banquet was the brewer's original brand. (Lindsay Pierce, The Denver Post). Molson Coors CEO and president Peter Swinburn will retire from the company and its board at the end of the year, Molson Coors announced ...
Molson Coors CEO Swinburn to retire; successor named
Molson Coors CEO Peter Swinburn to Retire at End of 2014; Board Names ...  MarketWatch
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