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Wall Street Microsoft's gains insignificantly offset Amazon's loss
_Wall_Street U.S stocks were insignificantly altered on Friday as poor earnings from Amazon, Amazon.com (NASDAQ: AMZN) down 8.34 percent or $26.12 to $287.06 were offset by gains in Microsoft after its quarterly results.
Wall St Earnings Ascended; S&P Reported the Best Week in 2 Years  Capital Wired
Wall Street little changed as Microsoft offsets Amazon  Financial Express
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Amazon's Jeff Bezos loses $2 billion in fortune after disappointing earnings report
According to a report from Forbes, Amazon founder Jeff Bezos' fortune dropped $2 billion after the company reported a greater-than-expected third-quarter loss on Thursday.
Bezos: The Grinch that stole Amazon's Xmas  CNNMoney
What was behind Amazon's Fire Phone Fail?  Beta Wired
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The Conflict Between Germany and the ECB That Threatens Europe
We've known for some time about the tension between the European Central Bank, charged with guiding the economies of the 18 countries that use the euro, and Germany, the largest and richest member of that zone.
Why Europe is doomed, in 3 paragraphs  Washington Post (blog)
Euro zone risks 'relapse into recession' without structural reforms ...  THE BUSINESS TIMES
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Current Mortgage Rates at Quicken, Capital One Oct 25, 2014
The benchmark 30 year fixed rate mortgages are on the books at 3.99% at Quicken Loans and an APR of 4.23%. The shorter term, popular 15 year loan interest rates are available starting at 3.125% at the bank carrying an APR of 3.543%.
Mortgage Rates Saturday: Bank of America, PHH Oct 25, 2014  Eagle's Rant
Saturday's Mortgage Interest Rates at PNC Bank, BB&T Bank Oct 25, 2014  Finance Daily
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6 tips for tech-ing out your Halloween fright night
This Halloween is expected to be the most celebrated in the last decade - maybe because it falls on a Friday - or maybe we're all just jones-ing to play dress-up and gorge on candy.
Halloween sales to top $110 million this year  Reno Gazette Journal
Taking the scare out of the cost of Halloween  WWSB ABC 7
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Maker of U.S. Highway Guardrails Stops Shipments
The guardrail system consists of a flat piece of metal at the front of the guardrail which is intended to protect vehicle occupants in crashes.
Maker of US highway guardrails stops shipments over safety concerns  Reuters
Trinity to Stop Shipments of Guardrail Systems Pending More Tests  Wall Street Journal
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P&G shares touch 12-month high, thanks to strong earnings
Mid-day trading on Friday saw a 52-week high rise in the shares of Procter & Gamble Company thanks to the stronger than expected earnings report.
For P&G, batteries won't be included  The Spokesman Review
P&G removing Duracell batteries  The Albany Herald
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Pandora Media stock falls as growth flattens
Number of the day. 76.5 million. That's how many active listeners Pandora Media reported in the third quarter. The Oakland Internet radio service said Thursday that user growth slowed to 5.2 percent, far below the 25 percent rate of a year earlier.
Biz Break: Pandora faces growth issues by seeking stronger ties to musicians ...  Businessweek
Pandora Q3 Earnings In line, Soft Listener Growth a Concern  Zacks.com
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Lenders Facing Soaring Costs Shutting Out U.S. Homebuyers
Clem Ziroli Jr.'s mortgage firm, which has seen its costs soar to comply with new regulations, used to make about three loans a day.
Fannie Mae settles shareholder lawsuit for $170 million  WHTC
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Ocwen mortgage backdating started in 2010
Benjamin Lawsky's New York Department of Financial Services sent a letter to Ocwen on Tuesday accusing it of backdating thousands of loan modification denial notices starting in 2012, likely causing �significant harm� to borrowers by depriving them of ...
Ocwen Apologizes for Misdated Letters  Wall Street Journal
CompaniesOcwen apologises for loan modification letters  Financial Times
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