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What's behind the global stock market selloff?
NEW YORK Global stock markets are on their shakiest footing in years. Investors are fleeing stocks and running to safe-havens like bonds and gold, driven by concerns about economic growth the effectiveness of central banks' policies.
US markets trim losses in late trading  Post-Bulletin
Fear Feeds Wall Street Selloff as Dow Drops 255 Points
New York Times  
Boeing shares drop on accounting fears, competitive threats
Boeing Co (BA.N) shares plunged 11 percent on Thursday, hit by a report that regulators are probing the company's accounting and by mounting concerns about its slowing sales and production.
Boeing to Face SEC Probe of Dreamliner and 747 Accounting  Bloomberg
Boeing said to face SEC probe into Dreamliner and 747 accounting  Chicago Tribune
Pandora Said to Hire Morgan Stanley to Seek Potential Buyers
Pandora Media Inc., the largest Internet radio service, is exploring a sale of the company as competition mounts from rivals including Spotify Ltd.
UPDATE 1-Pandora in talks to sell itself - NY Times  Reuters
Pandora trading restarted, shares up 10% on sale report  USA TODAY
The CEO of Myspace tells us why he just sold the company to Time Inc.
The CEO of Myspace tells us why he just sold the company to Time Inc. Lara O'Reilly. 2h; 10,036; 1 · facebook · linkedin · twitter; email; print.
Time (TIME) Joseph A. Ripp on Q4 2015 Results - Earnings Call Transcript  Seeking Alpha
Time Inc. Acquires Myspace-Owning Viant, Readies To Battle Facebook And Google  Marketing Land
Most people think men and women are paid equally, survey shows
Despite consistent government reports showing that women make less money than men in most occupations, and the drumbeat for equal pay on the presidential campaign trail, most people do not think there is a gender pay gap where they work, a new ...
Most Workers Don't Think Women Get Paid Less Than Men — But They Do  Refinery29
What Employees Across The World Think About The Gender Wage Gap  Fast Company
Fed's Yellen sticks to her guns as global market rout worsens
WASHINGTON Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen returned to Congress with a brave face on Thursday amid a worsening meltdown in global markets and growing skepticism the U.S.
Don't Blame Fed for Turmoil, Yellen Says as Equity Rout Deepens  Bloomberg
Janet Yellen and 'negative interest rates': America, this is the ...  Fox News
The Chemicals Company Crushing Billionaires And Big Dealmakers
Nearly three years ago, big dealmaker Martin Franklin decided he wanted to get in on the commodities boom by starting a chemicals roll-up company.
Ackman Backs Bloomberg for President in FT Opinion Piece  Bloomberg
Bill Ackman urges Bloomberg to run for president  CNBC
JetBlue to launch a technology subsidiary in Silicon Valley
JetBlue planes at Long Beach Airport in 2013. The carrier plans to launch a technology subsidiary to support new innovations for the travel and airline industries.
Meet The Female JetBlue Pilot Who Will Lead its New VC Group  Fortune
JetBlue gets into the startup game, launches fund to back travel ...  New York Business Journal
The problem with Whole Foods' plans for a new grocery chain
The year ahead could be a pivotal one for Whole Foods Market. The grocery chain is facing steep competition, and its reputation for being a wallet-buster isn't helping.
Millennial-focused Whole Foods 365 shops could include tattoo parlors  USA TODAY
Tattoos while you grocery shop? It could happen at Lake Oswego's Whole ...
Morgan Stanley to pay $3.2 billion to settle financial crisis-era charges
WASHINGTON Morgan Stanley (MS.N) will pay about $3.2 billion to settle charges that it misled investors in residential mortgage-backed securities that later soured during the financial crisis, federal and state officials said Thursday.
Morgan Stanley agrees to $3.2 billion settlement for selling risky mortgages  Washington Post
Morgan Stanley to pay $3.2B in mortgage settlements  USA TODAY