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Europe shares higher; Russia sanctions eyed; Publicis falls
European shares were higher in morning trade on Tuesday with investors shrugging off concerns surrounding events in both Gaza and Ukraine.
European Factors to Watch-Rebound eyed as Ukraine rebels hand over black ...  Reuters
Markets Are Up In Europe  Business Insider Australia
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Allergan to cut 13 percent of jobs in fight against Valeant
SummaryThe maker of anti-wrinkle drug Botox said the cost reductions, part of its efforts to convince... Related Articles. 65 pct professionals believe Budget will revive economic growth, generate employmentMicrosoft expected to announce job cuts this week: ...
Allergan's 1500 job cuts to hit Southern California  Los Angeles Times
How Much Will Those Allergan Cost Cuts Really Help? Read Here  Wall Street Journal
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'Fast Money' Recap: An Important Week for Earnings
On CNBC's "Fast Money" TV show, the trading panel looked at Chipotle Mexican Grill's (CMG) revenue and earnings beat.
Customers Order For More Burritos Though Chipotle Raises Prices  TopNews United States
Chipotle Raises Prices, America Orders More Burritos  Businessweek
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Senate Report: Tax Move Helped Hedge Funds Save Billions
Frankfurt-based Deutsche Bank was named in the Senate report as one of the banks selling products that hedge funds used to claim long-term capital gains tax treatment.
US panel says Barclays, Deutsche Bank helped funds avoid taxes  Reuters
US Senate report says top hedge fund dodged $6.8bn in taxes  FinFacts Ireland
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China Food Scandal Hits Starbucks
Starbucks is the latest global chain to be pulled into a recent food scandal in China, involving Shanghai Husi Food Co. The food-processing company came under fire after a TV report showed factory staff using expired meat, as well as meat that fell on the ...
China food scandal drags in Starbucks, Burger King and McNuggets in Japan  The Globe and Mail
China to Check Eateries Sourcing Meat From Yum's Vendor  Bloomberg
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Netflix Eyes Global Streaming Domination As It Crosses 50 Million Subscriber ...
Netflix Netflix biggest hits give viewers up close and personal looks at two American institutions. House of Cards portrays the dark side of power in the federal government, while Orange is the New Black pulls back the curtain on the good, the bad and the ugly ...
Netflix Profits More Than Double To $71M  Business Insider
Netflix's Reed Hastings thinks 'House of Versailles' is the key ...  VentureBeat
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Ackman promises death blow for Herbalife
A worker cleans the logo on the Herbalife sign as finishing touches are put on the company's new building in Torrance, Calif. in 2006.
Pershing Square's Ackman: Why I think Herbalife is going to collapse  CNBC.com
Herbalife Plunges as Ackman Vows to Unveil Enron-Like Fraud  Bloomberg
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Detroit retirees endorse pension cuts in bankruptcy; city praises 'positive decision'
DETROIT - A year after filing for bankruptcy, Detroit is building momentum to get out, especially after workers and retirees voted in favor of major pension changes just a few weeks before a judge holds a crucial trial that could end the largest public filing in ...
Detroit retirees back pension cuts  CNNMoney
Detroit Pension Holders Approve City's Debt-Cutting Bankruptcy Plan  Wall Street Journal
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Saudi Arabia to open $530 billion bourse to foreigners in early 2015
RIYADH/DUBAI (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia plans to open its stock market, the Arab world's biggest, to direct investment by foreign financial institutions in the first half of next year, the market regulator said on Tuesday.
Saudi Stock Market Welcomes International Investors  Bloomberg
Saudi Arabia to open $530 billion stock market to foreigners  MarketWatch
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Credit Suisse CEO says doesn't see forex probe as material issue
ZURICH, July 22 (Reuters) - Credit Suisse's chief executive said on Tuesday he does not believe the bank will suffer materially from a wide-ranging probe into foreign exchange trading by global securities regulators.
Credit Suisse: $779M loss after US settlement  USA TODAY
Credit Suisse Posts Largest Loss Since 2008 After US Fine  New York Times
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