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US Treasury moves against tax-avoidance 'inversion' deals
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Moving against tax avoidance by corporations, the Obama administration took several actions on Monday to curb "inversion" deals that allow companies to escape high U.S.
US Treasury Moves to Curb Inversions  Wall Street Journal (blog)
Limits on overseas mergers prompt renewed debate  Businessweek
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Putin leaves Germany's factories in a worse state than anyone imagined
Key gauges of Germany manufacturing slumped in September, falling to a 15-month low as ongoing tensions over Ukraine weighed on the sector.
German Factory Growth at 15-Month Low in Sign of Uneven Economy  Bloomberg
Europe shares fall lower on weak PMIs  CNBC
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Euro data hits stocks, China reading soothes commodities
LONDON (Reuters) - More downbeat data from Europe left shares on course for a third day of losses on Tuesday, though commodities got a break from recent selling after a reading on China's massive factory sector outpaced the market's bleak expectations.
Emerging Stocks Fall to 15-Week Low on Samsung While China Gains  Bloomberg
Asian Stocks Hold Near 4-Month Low as Samsung Declines  Businessweek
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US stocks fall as China weighs on markets
NEW YORK - Worries about growth in China and a slide in the price of oil pushed the stock market to its biggest loss in almost seven weeks.
U.S. stocks open lower on weakness in China  Salt Lake Tribune
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Record US whistleblower payout a warning for big business abroad
WASHINGTON/SHANGHAI: US regulators will pay a record $30 million bounty to an anonymous whistleblower outside the United States, underlining the growing reach of the country's watchdogs and creating a headache for global firms in fast-growing ...
SEC Pays $30 Million to International Whistleblower  The Utah People's Post
Anonymous Whistleblower to get $30 Million from SEC  TopNews United States
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Tesco parachutes in new finance director early
Tesco has parachuted in its new finance director early after it admitted on Monday that it had overstated first-half profits by �250m.
How Tesco could have lost �250m
Tesco fast-tracks new finance chief Alan Stewart  BBC News
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Philips continues break-up, now spinning off lighting arm into separate company
AMSTERDAM - Royal Philips NV is to hive off its lighting division to create two separate companies, the latest in a string of radical restructurings by one of Europe's best-known corporations.
Dutch electronics giant Philips plans to split business  BBC News
Philips Plans Breakup to Focus on Healthcare, Consumer Goods  Businessweek
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Gold Rises From 8-Month Low on Syria to Physical Buying
Gold climbed from an eight-month low as investors assessed the health of the global economy and the outlook for physical demand. Gold for immediate delivery rose as much as 0.4 percent to $1,220.21 an ounce and traded at $1,216.84 by 2:53 p.m.
Gold crashes and is now tarnished for good  MarketWatch
How far can gold slip as investors go on selling spree?  Economic Times
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Sales of existing homes fall as investors retreat
WASHINGTON - A decrease in investor purchases prompted an unexpected decline in sales of existing homes in August, indicating the housing rebound is not yet self- sustaining.
Home Sales Fall, but Economists Are Unfazed  New York Times
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Alibaba's Jack Ma tops China rich list
Internet billionaires account for five of China's 10 richest people, with Alibaba founder Jack Ma now the country's richest person following his company's listing in the biggest initial public offering in history last Friday.
Alibaba's Jack Ma, Worth $25B, Is Now The Richest Man In China: Hurun ...  International Business Times
Alibaba's Jack Ma rises to top of China rich list as tech tycoons gain  Livemint
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