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Wall Street Microsoft's gains insignificantly offset Amazon's loss
_Wall_Street U.S stocks were insignificantly altered on Friday as poor earnings from Amazon, (NASDAQ: AMZN) down 8.34 percent or $26.12 to $287.06 were offset by gains in Microsoft after its quarterly results.
Wall St Earnings Ascended; S&P Reported the Best Week in 2 Years  Capital Wired
Wall Street little changed as Microsoft offsets Amazon  Financial Express
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Bezos: The Grinch that stole Amazon's Xmas
You're a mean one, Mr. Bezos. You really are a drone. Your Fire Phone's unpopular. Your cloud biz bleeds red ink. Mr. Bezos.
A blue Christmas for Amazon?
Why Did Amazon's Fire Phone Fail? -- 'The Why'  American Live Wire
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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.
Retirement Planning in 2015: 6 Numbers You Must Know  Motley Fool
Saving for retirement just got easier  CNBC
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Merkel Changes Tone as She Hints at Euro-Area Investment Needs
German Chancellor Angela Merkel indicated she is ready to make a grand bargain with France and Italy by allowing them some leeway in meeting deficit-reduction targets in exchange for measures to make their economies more competitive.
The Conflict Between Germany and the ECB That Threatens Europe  New York Times
ECB's Draghi urges joint euro zone effort to avert recession  Economic Times
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Costumed critters can be fun but make sure outfits are safe
If anything is scary about Halloween, it is this: Consumers spend more than $330 million each year on costumes - for their pets. Photo - Halloween puppy + caption Halloween puppy.
Getting into character this Halloween with dignity  Worcester Telegram
6 tips for tech-ing out your Halloween fright night  USA TODAY
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US Bankcorp and HSBC with the best Mortgage Rates
Mortgages Owning a house is no longer a hard thought investment or dream anymore. This is because the best mortgage rates are available in the market now.
Home Loans: Chase Bank, PHH Mortgage Rates Oct 25, 2014  Modern Readers
US Bankcorp, HSBC: Saturday's Mortgage Rates Oct 25, 2014  Eagle's Rant
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Roundup: PUC schedules hearings for FirstEnergy rate increase; New-home ...
From the shale fields to the cooling towers, Trib Total Media covers the energy industry in Western Pennsylvania and beyond. For the latest news and views on gas, coal, electricity and more, check out On the Grid today.
Procter & Gamble taking out its batteries, splitting off from Duracell  Tulsa World
P&G removing Duracell batteries  The Albany Herald
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Roku, Video Streaming Service, Is Said to Consider IPO
Photo. The Roku 3 can be used for video, apps and games.Credit Ron Harris/Associated Press. Roku, the popular video streaming device maker, is preparing a potential filing for an initial public offering, people briefed on the matter said Friday.
US TV startup Roku to confidentially file for IPO: WSJ  Chicago Tribune
Roku Plans to Go Public, Report Says  Mashable
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Maker of US highway guardrails stops shipments over safety concerns
Oct 24 (Reuters) - Railcar maker Trinity Industries Inc said on Friday that it would stop shipping a highway guardrail system, after the U.S.
Manufacturer halts sales of highway guardrails  Houston Chronicle
Trinity to Stop Shipments of Guardrail Systems Pending More Tests  Wall Street Journal
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UPDATE 2-Fannie Mae settles shareholder lawsuit for $170 million
(Adds Fannie Mae statement, market value loss). By Jonathan Stempel. NEW YORK Oct 24 (Reuters) - Fannie Mae has reached a $170 million settlement of a lawsuit accusing it of misleading shareholders about its finances, risk management and mortgage ...
Lenders Facing Soaring Costs Shutting Out U.S. Homebuyers  Bloomberg
Fannie Mae settles shareholder lawsuit for $170 million  WTAQ
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