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Asian stocks down on recovery, Ebola worries
FILE - In this May 11, 2007, file photo, a Wall Street sign is mounted near the flag-draped facade of the New York Stock Exchange.
Asia stocks down on US, Europe recovery worries, Ebola report  Bridge River Lillooet News
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Record Investor Funds Follow Pimco Boss Out the Door
With Bill Gross leaving Pimco, investors can follow him to Janus, leave their money at Pimco, or seek out alternate bond kings such as Jeffrey Gundlach and Dan Fuss.
Gross Exit Gets Tongues Wagging Around Pimco's Hometown  Businessweek
Daniel Ivascyn: the straight talking portfolio manager  Financial Times
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Stocks drop sharply on poor data, Ebola fears
An employee works on a Mercedes-Benz at a Daimler AG plant in Germany. Manufacturing results hurt the Dow's performance. MARTIN LEISSL / Bloomberg.
US stocks sink sharply  iAfrica.com
The Dow's dive took out this key chart level  MarketWatch
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Rocket Falls on First Day After Germany's Biggest IPO Sin
Rocket Internet AG (RKET), the German company known for replicating businesses from Groupon Inc. to Airbnb Inc., fell on its first day of trading after completing the biggest initial public offering in Germany since 2007.
Rocket Internet Shares Fall Below Issue Price at Debut  Wall Street Journal
Philippine Long Distance Telephone Company: Rocket Internet prices IPO at ...  The Wall Street Transcript
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Bank of America Board Gives Chairman Job to Brian Moynihan
The Charlotte, N.C., lender�the second-largest U.S. bank by assets�said the current chairman, Chad Holliday, will remain on the board as Mr. Moynihan, 54 years old, expands his duties.
Brian Moynihan Becomes New Board Chair for the Bank of America  Beta Wired
Bank of America Chief Executive Brian Moynihan Also Takes On Chairman Role  Dumb-Out
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Coca-Cola revises executive pay after shareholders, including Warren Buffett ...
Warren Buffett, whose Berkshire Hathaway is Coke's biggest shareholder, is a longtime critic of excessive pay packages. (AP). SummaryCoca-Cola is curtailing its pay plan for executives after shareholders including Warren Buffett called it excessive.
Coca-Cola shaves incentives for executives  Tribune-Review
UPDATE 3-Coca-Cola, bowing to pressure, amends employee equity plan  Reuters
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PepsiCo, Inc. (PEP) Releases Pepsi True to Battle Coca-Cola Life by The Coca ...
PepsiCo, Inc. (PEP) Releases Pepsi True to Battle Coca-Cola Life by The Coca-Cola Company (KO). Consumer Cyclicals. 1 second ago. PepsiCo (PEP).
New Naturally Sweetened Pepsi Soda to be Sold Exclusively on Amazon  Beta Wired
Pepsi to Launch Soda Sweetened with Stevia  WTVY, Dothan
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Stringer Faults New York City on Diversity of Its Vendors
Comptroller Scott M. Stringer unveiled a letter-grading system on Wednesday that rates New York City agencies in terms of their spending on goods and services provided by businesses owned by women and minorities.
Comptroller Stringer Gives New York City a 'D' on Push for Minority ...  Wall Street Journal
City Comptroller: Expansion of Living Wage Law Lacks Independent Oversight  NY1
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Jobs Added in September Keep the Economy Rolling
The latest ADP jobs report reveals that 213,000 workers were added to private-sector payrolls in September. Iris Dorbian. October 1, 2014 | CFO.
US Companies Added 213000 Jobs in September  ABC News
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WTI Crude Slips Below $90 for First Time in 17 Months
West Texas Intermediate crude fell below $90 for the first time in 17 months on speculation rising U.S. production will be more than enough to meet demand.
UPDATE 2-Brent hovers near 27-month low as abundant supply weighs  Reuters
Oil futures stay subdued after two sessions of losses  MarketWatch
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