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Fed Dissenters Increasingly Vocal About Inflation Fears
Janet L. Yellen, the Fed chairwoman, is facing an increasingly vocal group of dissenters on her policy-making committee. Credit Susan Walsh/Associated Press.
Fed minutes show debate on job market's gains  USA TODAY
Fed more divided on US labor-market gains  MarketWatch
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Stocks dip slightly after release of Fed minutes
Stocks pulled back Wednesday after the release of the minutes from the latest Federal Reserve meeting showed policymakers might consider an earlier rate hike if the economy improves faster than they expect.
S&P 500 Nears Record Amid Bets Fed Will Keep Rates Low  Businessweek
Wall St. inches up with Fed minutes on tap; retailers resilient  Reuters
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Target Lowers Forecast on Sales Slump, Canadian Losses
Target Corp. (TGT), still struggling to rebound from last year's hacker attack, cut its forecast for the year as slumping sales and a money-losing push into Canada take a toll on profit.
The woes continue for Target  CNNMoney
Target's recipe for fixing Canada: Make it more like the US  Fortune
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Berkshire Hathaway to pay $896000 to settle antitrust reporting suit
Berkshire Hathaway Inc., the investment and holding company run by billionaire Warren Buffett, agreed to pay $896,000 to settle allegations that it violated antitrust reporting requirements when acquiring stock in a Chicago building materials company last ...
Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway to Pay $896000 Civil Penalty on ...  Wall Street Journal
Berkshire owner's departure dims Buffett mystique  The Globe and Mail
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BoE looks at shifting money market operations from crisis settings
... * BoE looks at how to end crisis-era money market measures. * Officials say will keep existing framework in near-term. * BoE may return to "reserves averaging system" after review.
Carney Seen Holding Sway as BOE Dissenters Pull Away From Pack  Bloomberg
Global stocks ease after BoE minutes stun markets  Reuters India
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Hertz Plunges on Auto Recalls, Accounting Problems
The wave of auto industry recalls has dinged car rental chains, and few are suffering as much as Hertz Global Holdings (HTZ). The Florida-based firm withdrew its profit guidance for the year, given the costs of the recalls and an ongoing accounting review of ...
Why Hertz Global (HTZ) Stock Continues To Plunge Today  TheStreet.com
Hertz Pulls 2014 Financial Forecast  WTMA
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Infineon to buy International Rectifier for $3bn
Infineon Technologies, the German chipmaker, plans to acquire International Rectifier for $3bn as it seeks to expand its US footprint and product offering in energy efficient semiconductors.
Infineon cash flow covering International Rectifier integration  Reuters
Chip maker Infineon to buy California firm for $3B  Washington Post
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Dollar Rises to 11-Month High Before Fed Releases Minutes
The dollar strengthened to an 11-month high versus the euro before the Federal Reserve releases the minutes of its July meeting amid speculation policy makers are moving toward raising borrowing costs.
European stocks pause after 2-day rally; Dax down 0.07%  NASDAQ
Global stocks drift ahead of Fed minutes  The Tand D.com
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Argentina bonds, peso reel on country's debt swap plan
BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - Argentina's new plan to skirt U.S. courts and resume payment on defaulted bonds aims to protect creditors who participated in two debt restructurings, the economy minister said on Wednesday as the local peso currency weakened ...
Argentina's Kicillof News Conference About Debt (Spanish)  Businessweek
Argentina Proposes End Run Around US Court in Bond Dispute  New York Times
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WJAR-TV being sold to Sinclair Broadcast Group
CRANSTON, R.I. - Media General is selling WJAR-TV to Sinclair Broadcast Group. The sale was announced Wednesday by Media General and LIN Media.
Media General, LIN To Divest TV Stations, Amend Merger Agreement  NASDAQ
Media General, LIN Agree to Sell Stations to Satisfy Deal Conditions  Wall Street Journal
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