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Amazon's stock tanks with weak earnings, holiday forecast
Shares in the Seattle online-retail giant slid nearly 11 percent in after-hours trading Thursday, to the lowest level since July 2013.
Amazon's trademark smile becoming a grimace  TVNZ
Investors flee Amazon as losses mount  Los Angeles Times
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First Niagara to shutter five Fairfield County branches
First Niagara Financial Group has said it will close 17 branches across its four-state footprint, including five in Fairfield County, effective January.
First Niagara Slides as $800M Charge Leads to 3Q Loss; Dealing with Issue in ...  Fox Business
First Niagara sets aside $45 million  Tribune-Review
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Market Has the Best Week in Two Years
The stock market closed out its best week in nearly two years on a positive note Friday, helped by strong quarterly earnings from Microsoft and other big companies.
Global shares post best week since mid-2013 after earnings boost  Reuters
Doug Kass: Why You Should Avoid Amazon Stock at All Costs  TheStreet.com
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Combating a Flood of Early 401(k) Withdrawals
This week, the Internal Revenue Service announced that people under age 50 in 401(k) and similar workplace retirement plans will be able to deposit up to $18,000 in 2015, an increase of $500 from this year.
Saving for retirement just got easier  CNBC
Workers can save more in 401(k) plans next year  SFGate
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Chiquita Will Not Buy Fyffes, Clearing the Way For Its Own Takeover
Photo. Bananas being picked in Mexico for clients including Chiquita. Chiquita's shareholders on Friday rejected buying Fyffes, the Irish produce distributor, tacitly endorsing a deal with a Brazilian group.
Fyffes deal hits the skids as Chiquita pulls merger  Irish Independent
Chiquita shareholders reject tax-inversion deal  The Seattle Times
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25 Lenders Said Poised to Fail ECB's Health-Check
Twenty-five lenders in the European Central Bank's euro-area bank health check are poised to fail the regulator's Comprehensive Assessment, according to a draft communique of the final results seen by Bloomberg News.
Deutsche Bank passes ECB stress test  Gulf Daily News
Eurozone crisis fears re-emerge  Financial Times
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Manufacturer halts sales of highway guardrails
A guardrail made by Trinity Industries will no longer be sold, pending safety tests. The firm must pay at least $175 million for misleading regulators.
Maker of US highway guardrails stops shipments over safety concerns  Reuters
Producer of Highway Guardrails to Halt Sales  New York Times
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KBC throws gauntlet to rivals by cutting interest rates on personal loans for some
Charlie Weston Twitter · Email. Published 25/10/2014 | 02:30. 0 Comments; Share. Facebook · Twitter · Google · Email.
Is refinancing your mortgage worth it?  Madison.com
Vail Daily column: Will ARM cost you a leg?  Vail Daily News
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Business Day|Cleaning House, P.&G. Plans Duracell Spinoff
For decades, Procter & Gamble, which built an empire out of soap and diapers, has held court under America's sinks. The maker of Tide and other cleaning and personal care products has spent years acquiring hundreds of brands it hoped could also become ...
Earnings: Procter & Gamble and Ford Motor  Richmond Times-Dispatch
Business news  The Augusta Chronicle
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Ocwen to hire independent firm to probe backdated foreclosure letters
(Reuters) - Ocwen Financial Corp said it was hiring an independent firm to investigate how the mortgage servicer had sent backdated letters to borrowers about loan modifications and foreclosures and the reason for the delay in fixing the issue.
Ocwen Apologizes for Misdated Letters  Wall Street Journal
CompaniesOcwen apologises for loan modification letters  Financial Times
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