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US economy posts even stronger growth in Q3
In this Nov. 11, 2014 photo, 2015 Ford F-150s move along the production line at the Dearborn Truck Plant in Dearborn, Mich. The Commerce Department releases third-quarter gross domestic product on Tuesday, Nov. 25, 2014.
US Third-Quarter GDP Revised Up to 3.9% Growth -- 2nd Update  Nasdaq
Growth revised up as economy improves  Charlotte Observer
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Denver marks 33 straight months of rising home prices
A sign stands outside a home for sale as an American flag blows in the background in south Denver. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski). For almost three years now, home prices in Denver have been on a continuous climb, according to the S&P/Case-Shiller Home ...
Seattle-area home prices keep cooling  The Seattle Times
Housing market saw September slowness  U-T San Diego
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Best Black Friday Shopping Strategies: Research Online, Resist Browsing
As the holiday shopping season ramps up, consumers strategize on ways to beat retailers at their own game. WSJ's Elizabeth Holmes joins Tanya Rivero.
Stores change Black Friday plans  Montgomery Advertiser
7 Things to Know About Thanksgiving Shopping Boycotts  TIME
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Apple Inc. Market Cap Breaks $700 Billion Barrier
The tech giant has reached a record $700 billion market capitalization, with its valuation doubling in the three years since Tim Cook took over from Steve Jobs as CEO.
Apple Crests $700 Billion In Value, Now Easily The World's Most Valuable ...  CBS Local
Apple, already world's most valuable company, now worth more than $700B  CBC.ca
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Weak enterprise demand hurts HP's fourth-quarter revenue
A Hewlett-Packard logo is seen at the company's Executive Briefing Center in Palo Alto, California January 16, 2013. Credit: Reuters/Stephen Lam.
HP's Fourth-Quarter Sales Miss Estimates Ahead of Split  Bloomberg
HP earnings in line with Street; shares tumble  CNBC
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Tiffany & Co. Price Target Lowered to $108.00 at Credit Suisse (TIF)
Tiffany & Co. logo Analysts at Credit Suisse cut their target price on shares of Tiffany & Co. (NYSE:TIF) from $112.00 to $108.00 in a research report issued to clients and investors on Tuesday.
Tiffany & Co. Just Misses on 3Q Earnings, But Shares Up On Guidance  ValueWalk
Tiffany same-store sales sparkle, shares hit record high  Reuters
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U.S. consumer confidence drops unexpectedly in November
WASHINGTON - Consumer confidence unexpectedly declined in November to a five-month low as Americans became less upbeat about the economy and labor market.
Consumer Confidence Index Declines  Appliance Magazine
Consumer confidence retreats in November  MarketWatch
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Wall Street ends little changed after mixed data batch
NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. stocks ended little changed on Tuesday as the U.S. economy grew more than expected last quarter but soft readings on consumer confidence and house prices kept major indexes in a tight range.
US Stocks Inch Lower, Snapping Streak of Record Highs  Wall Street Journal
How the Dow Jones industrial average did Tuesday  Washington Post
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Falcone Steps Down as Harbinger Chief as Leucadia Raises Stake
Philip Falcone is stepping down as chairman and chief executive officer of Harbinger Group Inc. (HRG), the public holding company in which his hedge fund owns a stake, as Harbinger's biggest shareholder exerts more control.
Falcone Steps Down From Top Roles at Harbinger Group  New York Times
Falcone Steps Down as Harbinger CEO; Leucadia Lifts Stake  Businessweek
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FAA's Planned Drone Rules Would Pose Commercial Concerns
The Federal Aviation Administration is expected to propose rules for commercial drones next month that would mandate operators have pilot licenses and limit drone flights to daytime hours, below 400 feet and within sight of the person at the controls, ...
Wyden Asks FAA to Stop Foot-Dragging on Drone Regulations  GoLocalPDX
The FAA's Drone Rules Are Too Narrow, But They're Better Than Nothing  Wired
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