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Coal in the stocking: Amazon delivers dismal Christmas forecast
If Amazon founder Jeff Bezos graded his year based on his company's performance in the stock market, he probably wouldn't give it better than a D-.
Amazon's Jeff Bezos Is Still The World's Best CEO By One Measure  Huffington Post
Is Wall Street finally turning on Amazon as Bezos magic fades?  Chicago Tribune
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China Will Keep Growing. Just Ask the Soviets.
There has been plenty of discussion lately about signs that China's economy is slowing down, focused on details of a possible housing bubble and vast sums of bad loans that the country will have to reckon with.
This is a bad time to be a bull in the China shop
AIIB to address Asia's infra financing needs  Business Standard
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Maui Votes on Banning GMO Crops
Countless Maui residents are going door to door in an attempt to convince fellow voters to ban the cultivation of genetically engineered crops believed to be highly dangerous.
Maui voters to decide whether to ban GMO crops  Washington Post
Maui Voters to Decide if GMO Crops Will be Banned  States Chronicle
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S&P 500 posts biggest weekly gain of 2014
NEW YORK (MarketWatch) - U.S. stocks closed with solid gains Friday, leaving the S&P 500 with its largest weekly advance of the year.
Stock Market stumbles after Ebola Scare, Amazon shares down  Capital OTC
Wall Street Earnings Ascended; Microsoft Gains and Amazon Loss  Capitalberg
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Market volatility offers lesson for investors
NEW YORK - Sometimes a little fear is healthy for stock investors. After a series of sharp sell-offs this month, the Standard & Poor's 500 index was down 7.4 percent from its September record as fears of a global economic slowdown intensified.
Flip-flop in stocks provides reality check for investors  Fox Business
Market jolt acts as reality check  Dubuque Telegraph Herald
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LI retailers expecting scary-big Halloween sales
advertisement | advertise on newsday. One top Halloween costume for kids is expected. advertisement | advertise on newsday. One top Halloween costume for kids is expected to be Anna, from Disney's "Frozen.
Americans will spend $2.8 billion on costumes for Halloween  Tyler Morning Telegraph
Better Business Bureau calls for cautious Halloween shopping  Maple Valley Reporter
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Enticing low rates, but impact could be limited
WASHINGTON - With mortgage rates sliding for a fifth straight week, the possibility of locking in a rate below 4 percent is tempting for consumers and could unleash a wave of refinancing.
US Bankcorp and HSBC with the best Mortgage Rates  Beta Wired
Bank of America, Wells Fargo Current Mortgage Rates Today Oct 25, 2014  Modern Readers
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Is Amazon's 'too much online retailing' making investors upset? Inc, the company that has enthralled investors for years with its improbable growth, seems to have encountered a fairy-tale ride on Wall Street as it has hit its most jarring bump once again.
Amazon Continues To Tumble; Investors Run  Dumb-Out
Investors Buy on Weakness Following Analyst Downgrade (AMZN)  WKRB News
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The US Postal Service May Be Delivering Your Groceries in the Near Future
Your local postal worker may be delivering more than just mail in the not too distant future. The United States Postal Service (USPS) has given approval to test daily grocery delivery to people's homes in addition to their typical mail delivery duties.
U.S. Postal Service to Test Nationwide Grocery Delivery Service  Beta Wired
Postal Service Begins Early Morning Grocery Delivery Pilot Program  Dumb-Out
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Sears Denies Latest Rumors Of Store Closures
Sears Holdings is denying rumors that it plans on closing more than 100 Sears and Kmart stores and laying over close to 6,100 employees - many closings allegedly set to happen around the Christmas shopping season.
Store closings cuts over 5000 jobs  KCCI Des Moines
Sears Disputes Report of 116 Store Closures, 6100 Layoffs  Black Press USA
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