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U.S. Stocks Rise as Amazon Rallies, Portugal Bonds Climb
U.S. stocks rose, paring the biggest weekly decline in the Standard & Poor's 500 Index since April, as a rally in Amazon.com Inc. and EBay Inc. overshadowed concern over financial stress in Europe.
Analysts Question Hysteria Surrounding Portugal's Banco Espirito Santo  Forbes
Moody's, S&P Downgrade Banco Espirito Santo  Wall Street Journal
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US Stocks End Higher
U.S. stock benchmarks drifted higher late Friday, though the S&P 500 remained on track for its biggest weekly loss since April.
US Stocks Fluctuate on Bank Earnings, Portugal Debt  Bloomberg
Wall St. ends up; indexes post losses for week  Reuters
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FAA Intimidates Coldwell Banker And Other Realtors Into Shunning Drone ...
For months, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has been investigating realtors who use drones to film their properties. Now, Forbes has learned that the FAA's investigations have succeeded in intimidating NRT, the nation's largest residential real ...
Amazon Seeks FAA OK to Ramp Up Drone Delivery  DailyFinance
Amazon Wants Early Permission to Launch its Delivery Drones  Nextgov
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Reynolds and Lorillard to reshape Big Tobacco with merger
Reynolds American and Lorillard are in the final stages of agreeing a complex merger that will reshape Big Tobacco by bringing together two of the three largest US operators with a combined market capitalisation of $56bn.
As Reynolds Looks Ahead, a Familiar Leader, Susan Cameron, Guides the Way  New York Times
Reynolds, Lorillard Merger Would Make for a Good Match  Barron's
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After a 25000 per cent surge, SEC halts trading in CYNK Technology
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission halted trading on a high-flying technology company whose shares mysteriously gained 25,000 per cent over the past 17 days.
Cynk Tech has no assets, no revenue, and $4.5B value. Wait, what?  Christian Science Monitor
Those who shorted CYNK forced to watch and wait  CNBC.com
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Former CalPERS CEO pleads guilty, admits to taking bribes
Federico Buenrostro Jr., former chief executive officer of the California Public Employees' Retirement System, or CalPERS, pleaded guilty to a federal conspiracy charge Friday resulting from an influence-peddling and fraud case.
Ex-CalPERS chief pleads guilty to bribery  CNBC.com
Ex-CalPERS chief pleads guilty to bribery, steering investments  Fort Worth Star Telegram
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Taco Bell's new Cantina Power Menu will be heavy on protein
"People are not looking for diet food," said Brian Niccol, in line to become Taco Bell's chief executive. "What they are looking for is food that gives them energy.
Why Taco Bell is turning its health menu into a muscle menu  Washington Post (blog)
Taco Bell pumps protein into eats  Detroit Free Press
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NY attorney general sues to stop ride-sharing Lyft
ALBANY, N.Y. - New York's attorney general filed a lawsuit Friday to block Lyft, the on-demand ride-sharing app, from operating in New York.
New York, Still Wary of Sharing, Goes to Court to Stop Lyft  Businessweek
Wanna Lyft in NYC? Better try a cab  CBS News
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Fed Presidents Differ on Timetable for Raising Interest Rate
Federal Reserve presidents disagreed today on whether a decline in the U.S. unemployment rate to the lowest level in almost six years warrants advancing the timing for an interest-rate increase.
Rate liftoff still not likely until second half of 2015 -Fed's Lockhart  Reuters
Not a 'catastrophe' if US inflation rises over 2 pct -Fed's Evans  Chicago Tribune
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MTA Plans Buses, Ferries and Parking Ahead of LIRR Strike
More than 300 buses, parking lots near subway stations and ferries will be put into play if a strike stops the Long Island Rail Road, the biggest U.S.
Thousands may telecommute in case of New York train strike  Reuters
MTA, towns begin planning for possible LIRR worker strike  Newsday
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