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Austin-based Whole Foods plans major marketing push
Whole Foods Market Inc. is getting ready to launch its first national marketing campaign and expand home delivery. Loading´┐Ż Post to Facebook.
Why Whole Foods Market (WFM) Stock is Down Today  TheStreet.com
Whole Foods says it plans a big move in grocery delivery  Wichita Business Journal
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Argentina Mulls Legal Options in Debt Dispute
BUENOS AIRES´┐ŻArgentina could take a legal battle with creditors over unpaid debts in the U.S. to global bodies like the International Court of Justice in The Hague after defaulting on some of its debt for a second time in 13 years, a senior government official ...
Argentina slides into second default as talks fail  Businessweek
Argentine Bonds Sink After Default as Swaps Holders Seek Ruling  Bloomberg
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US jobless claims turn higher one week after touching 14-year low
WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) - One week after falling to a 14-year low, the number of people who applied for U.S. unemployment benefits rose sharply last week but remained near a postrecession bottom.
US jobless claims up, but four-week average hits 8-year low  Fox Business
How states fared on unemployment benefit claims  Washington Post
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Target Chooses Former PepsiCo Executive Cornell as Next CEO
Target Corp. (TGT), struggling to fix a botched expansion in Canada and undo the lingering damage of a holiday hacker attack, hired former PepsiCo Inc. executive Brian Cornell as chief executive officer.
5 Reasons Target's New CEO Is Boring Chic  TheStreet.com
Target taps Wal-Mart veteran to lead comeback  CNNMoney
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US STOCKS-Wall St tumbles; Dow, S&P turn negative for July
... * Investors fret over Argentina default fallout. * Exxon, Whole Foods both fall after results. * Jobless claims rise more than expected in latest week.
US STOCKS SNAPSHOT-Wall St falls at open; Dow, S&P negative for July  Reuters UK
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Bank of America hit with $1.3B fine in mortgage fraud case
Bank of America was ordered to pay a $1.3 billion fine in connection with a mortgage fraud scheme. Jeff Blumenthal: Reporter- Philadelphia Business Journal: Email | Twitter | Google+ | LinkedIn · Bank of America Corp.
Levine on Wall Street: Hustles and Junkets  Bloomberg View
Federal judge slaps Bank of America with $1.3B fine  Kansas City Business Journal (blog)
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Samsung to Launch New Smartphones as Profit Falls
What can Samsung do to turn around its fortunes amid weak mobile-phone sales? The Wall Street Journal's Yun-Hee Kim speaks with Nam Hyung Kim, a partner at Arete Research.
Samsung Dominance Threatened as Xiaomi Gains Traction  Bloomberg
[Graphic News] Samsung Electronics' net profit falls 19.5%  The Korea Herald
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US Fed, on target to end bond buying, stresses concerns on jobs market
By Binyamin Appelbaum WASHINGTON: The Federal Reserve affirmed its commitment to stimulate the economy Wednesday in a policy statement that said labor market conditions remained well below the level that most of the central bank's officials consider ...
Grand Central: Slow Progress Emerges on the Labor Utilization Front  Wall Street Journal (blog)
Behind the Fed's promise about short-term rates  CBS News
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Exxon Mobil And ConocoPhillips In Negative Stock Territory Despite Profit Growth
Oil giant Exxon Mobil reported a 28% surge in second quarter profit Thursday morning, but because of a decrease in oil production during the quarter, shares of the company's stock are suffering in early morning trading.
UPDATE 2-Higher oil prices lift Exxon's profit as production sags  Reuters
Exxon's Profit Climbs Despite Lower Production  Wall Street Journal
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Facebook and Twitter Battle for World Cup Bragging Rights
The 2014 FIFA World Cup left few questions about who was the strongest team in the tournament. But nearly two weeks after Germany's win over Argentina in the final match, the battle online between Facebook and Twitter is still undecided.
Twitter's user growth may hang on World Cup kick  MarketWatch
Twitter Inc (TWTR) User Base Far Exceeds 271M  ValueWalk
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