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Pound Strengthens Most in Eight Weeks Amid ECB Stimulus Bets
The pound posted its biggest advance in eight weeks versus the euro amid speculation the European Central Bank will add stimulus next week even as Bank of England policy makers debate raising interest rates.
Eurozone shares record biggest monthly gain since February  Economic Times
GLOBAL MARKETS-Stocks rise, bond yields steady as ECB seen on hold  Reuters
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S&P 500 rises to record, scores best month since February
NEW YORK (MarketWatch)´┐ŻU.S. stocks closed with modest gains Friday in light trading, building on weekly and monthly advances, as largely upbeat U.S.
Today's Dow Jones Industrial Average DJIA, Nasdaq, S&P 500 stock ...  Learning and Finance
S&P 500 closes August at record high despite rising Ukraine, overseas ...  WallStreet OTC
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Burger King will turn Tim Hortons into 'iconic global brand,' Miles Nadal says
Miles Nadal is one of the best-known advertising moguls in Canada. His US$1.2-billion firm, MDC Partners Inc., owns more than 50 agencies that have crafted campaigns for companies ranging from Samsung to BMW, and he says Canadians have no reason ...
Tim Horton's CEO set to sell Burger King's takeover offer  Waterloo Record
Consumers biting back at Burger King, Warren Buffett  Los Angeles Times
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Taxform returns Problems to individuals under Obama Healthcare.gov coverage
Do you remember last year's series of tech glitches with the 'Obamacare' website that delayed the applications of millions seeking health coverage under US President Barack Obama's healthcare law.
Tax forms could create new problem for HealthCare.gov, delay tax refunds  Daily Digest
Those with health coverage through Obama's law may face a challenge in ...  Fox Business
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Is Uber's recruiting campaign hurting Lyft drivers?
Lyft says Uber's aggressive recruitment practices are hitting its drivers where it counts - their checkbooks. Earlier this week, The Verge detailed Operation SLOG, a semicovert campaign to recruit Lyft drivers - by ordering a Lyft appointment and then pitching ...
Lyft Says Uber's Recruitment Efforts Are Hurting Drivers  New York Times (blog)
Why Uber's Master Plan To Steal Lyft's Drivers Might Be Perfectly Legal  Business Insider Australia
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Abercrombie Looks to Lure Back Teens by Dropping Logo
Abercrombie & Fitch Co. reported weaker sales on Thursday as the teens who once flocked its stores are now going elsewhere to buy their clothes, the Associated Press reported.
Abercrombie & Fitch Says "No No" to Its Logo  Motley Fool
Here's Why Abercrombie & Fitch Is Ditching Its Logos  TIME
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Chrysler's Marchionne Says US Market Doing "Incredibly Well"
Aug. 30 (Bloomberg) -- The U.S. car market is doing "incredibly well," with North American operations providing "a lot of support for the activities of the group," according to Fiat SpA Chief Executive Officer Sergio Marchionne.
Fiat-Chrysler CEO Sees Oct 13 As Possible Date for Wall Street IPO, Report  Wall Street Pit
Fiat Plans to Sell Withdrawal Shares With New York Listing  Bloomberg
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22 trapped gold miners rescued in Nicaragua
(AP Photo/Esteban Felix). Miners wait for their turn to help in the rescue operations at El Comal gold and silver mine after a landslide trapped at least 24 miners inside, in Bonanza, Nicaragua, Friday, Aug. 29, 2014.
Raw: Miners Rescued After Mine Shaft Collapses  Chicago Tribune
Rescuers free trapped Nicaraguan miners  BBC News
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EPA says smog rules should be up to 20 per cent stronger
The Environmental Protection Agency's staff has concluded that the government needs to tighten smog rules by somewhere between 7 and 20 per cent.
EPA staff recommends significantly lower ozone standard  Los Angeles Times
EPA staff says agency needs to be tough on smog  Contra Costa Times
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German Bonds Advance for Eighth Month in Longest Run Since 2005
German 10-year bonds advanced this week, completing the longest run of monthly gains since January 2005, after European Central Bank President Mario Draghi fueled bets that officials will expand stimulus to revive the economy.
Were European Bonds Mispriced in 2012 or are they Now?  Business Insider
@theMarket: What's Up With Bonds?  iBerkshires.com (blog)
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