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Bill Gross May Be Gone, but His Strategy Lives On at Pimco
Photo. Daniel Ivascyn, one of Pimco's six deputy chief investment officers.Credit Steve Marcus/Reuters. The king may have departed, but at Pimco, his investment thesis lives on.
$23 billion pulled from Pimco fund  Los Angeles Times
Ivascyn Faces $23.5 Billion Headache as Investors Redeem  Businessweek
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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
New York Launches a Web Portal to Match Its Tech Boom  Mashable
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CEO Moynihan named chairman of Bank of America
Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan late Wednesday was named chairman of the Charlotte-based bank, becoming the lender's first chief executive to hold the post since Ken Lewis was stripped of the title five years ago.
Bank of America names CEO Moynihan chairman of board  Reuters
Bank of America Corporation: Brian Moynihan Elected Chairman of the Board of ...  The Wall Street Transcript
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The Dow's dive took out this key chart level
NEW YORK (MarketWatch) - Wednesday's steep drop has resulted in the Dow Jones Industrial Average knifing through a level that many chart watchers track closely.
Markets Buckle, Hit by Weak Economic News  New York Times
Wall Street tumbles on Ebola fears; small caps drop  Reuters
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A choice of a new generation? Pepsi tries stevia
Meet Pepsi True, the latest attempt by PepsiCo to sweeten soft drink sales with a midcalorie cola. By using sugar and stevia, the new drink contains 30 percent less sugar than a regular Pepsi, but no artificial sweeteners or high-fructose corn syrup.
A new cola war? Pepsi adds to mid-calorie soda arsenal  Fortune
Pepsi to launch soda sweetened with stevia  The Detroit News
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Coca-Cola, Yielding to Criticism, Revises Its Proposal for Executive Pay
Coca-Cola, facing sharp shareholder criticism of its executive pay, on Wednesday announced changes to the compensation plan that set off the squall.
Coca-Cola, bowing to pressure, amends employee equity plan  Business Standard
Coke cuts exec pay after Buffett criticism  CNNMoney
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Twitter invests in MIT lab focused on online social movements
Twitter is investing US$10 million in a lab at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology to build platforms for online collaboration by people on civic and political issues.
Twitter Gives MIT $10 Million to Study the Social Impact of Tech  Businessweek
Twitter, MIT to analyse every tweet  Business Spectator
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EBay Faces Slower Growth, Increasing Competition Without PayPal
PayPal, which brought in $6.6 billion in revenue last year, is growing faster than eBay's Marketplaces unit. Associated Press.
Biz Break: eBay second-guessed for PayPal spinoff, Apple rift eyed as cause  San Jose Mercury News
PayPal faces threat from within as payments evolve  The Australian Financial Review
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Sheldon Adelson criticizes Internet gambling
LAS VEGAS (AP) - Billionaire Sheldon Adelson repeated his distaste for Internet gambling during a talk Wednesday night at the G2E Global Gaming Expo in Las Vegas, saying there was no reason casinos should be in the pockets of every single American.
Sheldon Adelson Speaks At Global Gaming Expo In Las Vegas  Getty Images
Slots still seen as attractive part of casino mix  Las Vegas Review-Journal
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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.
ADP's Encouraging Jobs Report Is Unlikely To Boost Stocks - Economic ...  NASDAQ
Private gauge of hiring bodes well for September  Fort Worth Star Telegram
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