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Chiquita shareholders reject Fyffes deal after Brazil group ups ante
Shareholders of U.S. banana company Chiquita Brands on Friday rejected a proposed merger with Irish tropical produce importer and distributor Fyffes and will enter into talks with a Brazilian suitor, Cutrale-Safra.
Chiquita holders reject plans to merge with Fyffes  SFGate
Chiquita slips from Fyffes grasp  Financial Times
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U.S. stocks rise, staged for weekly gain
Procter & Gamble, which makes Tide detergent and other consumer products, has been the Dow's biggest gainer on Friday. By.
Procter & Gamble taking out its batteries  SFGate
P&G to exit Duracell battery business  Chicago Tribune
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Fire Sale: Why Amazon's Much-Hyped Phone Flopped
Amazon's much-hyped Fire phone didn't even create a spark in the smartphone market. Four months after its debut, the device, which featured what Amazon called "breakthrough" technology, is now selling on Amazon for 99 cents with a contract -- placing it at ...
Bezos: The Grinch that stole Amazon's Xmas  CNNMoney
4 Reasons Amazon's Fire Phone Was a Flop  TIME
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Wall St. boosted by earnings; on track for best week of year
NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. stocks were on pace to close out their best week in nearly two years on Friday, helped by earnings from Microsoft and Procter & Gamble and as concerns eased over the possible spread of Ebola.
Markets in the Green on Upbeat Earnings News  Fox Business
Update on the latest business  10TV
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Ford's (NYSE:F) Lower Profit Beats Estimates; Sales Plunged for F-150 Truck
Ford Motor Co (NYSE:F) stated its year profit outlook this Friday and declared that introducing the F-150 pickup trucks brought a 34 percent plunge in profits for them in the third quarter.
Ford Profit Falls in Third Quarter on Truck Costs  ABC News
Ford's profit falls, but beats forecasts  MarketWatch
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Rapid UK economic growth slows slightly in third-quarter
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's rapid economic recovery eased in the three months to September, as services output growth slowed and manufacturing expanded at the weakest pace in 18 months, official data showed on Friday.
UK economic growth slows as obstacles to recovery mount  The Globe and Mail
George Osborne hails UK GDP figures  Telegraph.co.uk
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Rebound in U.S. Home Sales More Modest After Revisions: Economy
Purchases of new houses in the U.S. rose in September, and revisions showed the magnitude of the unfolding recovery was more modest.
New home sales inch up to a six-year high in September  Christian Science Monitor
New-Home Sales Hit Post-Bust High, And A Ceiling Too? PHM RYL  Investor's Business Daily
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UPDATE 1-SodaStream shares rally on test to sell PepsiCo drinks
(Adds Pepsi comment and share price). By Anjali Athavaley. Oct 24 (Reuters) - Shares of SodaStream International Ltd surged on Friday after the at-home soda machine maker said it would sell some PepsiCo Inc brands in a limited test.
Pepsico plans SodaStream test-run; SODA spikes 18%  CNBC
SodaStream Stock Pops On Plans To Test Various Pepsi Products SODA  Investor's Business Daily
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In Europe, About 25 Banks Said to Have Failed Health Tests
FRANKFURT - Around 25 eurozone banks failed the European Central Bank's financial tests, although many of them have already raised capital or made other moves to bolster their books, according to a person with knowledge of the results.
Leaked document shows 25 banks failed ECB safety tests  Telegraph.co.uk
ECB stress tests: 5 things investors should know  MarketWatch
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Deutsche Bank Sees $1.1 Billion Quarterly Legal Costs
Deutsche Bank (DBK) AG, Germany's biggest lender, said it expects to log 894 million euros ($1.13 billion) of litigation costs in the third quarter.
Deutsche Bank reserves further �1bn for litigation  Financial Times
Deutsche Bank to post third-quarter litigation costs of $1.13 billion  Reuters
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