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Alibaba shares begin trading on the NY stock exchange
Shares in Alibaba, the Chinese online retailer, have begun trading on the New York Stock Exchange. Their shares have been priced at $68, which makes the company's value higher than Walt Disney and Boeing.
Experts urge rational judgment of investment in Alibaba  People's Daily Online
Breaking a record: Alibaba raises $25 billion through IPO  The Express Tribune
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Unemployment rate in San Bernardino County drops from 9.0 to 8.2 percent
The unemployment rate in San Bernardino County went down from 9.0 percent in July to 8.2 percent in August, according to data released by the California Employment Development Department.
Colorado Loses 700 Jobs But Unemployment Rate Dips  CBS Local
Georgia's jobless rate rises to 8.1 percent  Online Athens
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G20 says nearing growth goal, but more needed from Europe
CAIRNS Australia (Reuters) - The Group of 20 leading nations say they are tantalisingly close to adding an extra $2 trillion to the global economy and creating millions of new jobs, but Europe's extended stagnation remains a major stumbling block.
G-20 Reaffirms Vow to Boost Global Growth  Wall Street Journal
Lew Says Treasury Completing Work on Limiting Inversions Benefit  Bloomberg
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Fervor for Large-Caps Drives Dow to New High
Selling small-caps to grab after Alibaba shares contributes to the weakness in the group. Email; Print; Comments; Order Reprints. Facebook.
Dow, S&P at records as Fed-driven rally continues  Business Recorder
Wall St. flat as Oracle takes air out of Alibaba debut  Reuters
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$4 Million student loans eliminated by Occupy Wall Street Group
On the third anniversary of the Occupy Wall Street organization Strike Debt and its project Rolling Jubilee, it was announced that it has purchased and eliminated $4 million dollars in unpaid private student loan debt from lenders for students of Corinthian ...
Occupy Wall Street offshoot has purchased millions in student debt  Daily Digest
Occupy Wall Street Strike Debt Retires Nearly $4 Million of Student Loan Debt
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How much can be done on Social Security's website?
A: There are myriad things you can do at Social Security's website. You can conduct most of your Social Security business at www.
Exploring myths, facts about Social Security  Chillicothe Gazette
Social Security Q&A: Will Years with No Earnings between 62 and FRA ...  Forbes
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US Crude Oil Futures Decline On Contract Expiration And Stronger Dollar
Price of the West Texas Intermediate (WTI) and Brent crude futures moved in opposite directions on Friday. The US crude oil benchmark fell yesterday because of a sell-off before Monday's settlement of the October delivery futures, and the US dollar gaining ...
Crude Oil Ends Lower As Dollar Strengthens  RTT News
Oil prices mixed; stronger dollar weighs on WTI  Business Recorder
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Gauge of Economy Edged Up 0.2%. in August
The Conference Board said on Friday that its index of leading indicators rose 0.2 percent in August, the seventh consecutive increase.
Leading Economic Index Misses Expectations  Wall Street Sector Selector
Economy Slows Down in August After Large June, July Gains
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SF Hangs Out In The Streets For Park(ing) Day
Metered parking spaces around San Francisco, and in cities around the world, were temporarily transformed into public parks and art installations today in observance of Park(ing) Day.
Temporary 'park' raises awareness of open urban spaces  Knoxville News Sentinel
Park(ing) matters  Herald Palladium (subscription)
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Sears Needs 10 Times Loan From Lampert: Corporate Finance
Eddie Lampert's $400 million loan to Sears (SHLD:US) Holdings Corp. is enough to keep the 128-year-old retailer going for three months.
SHAREHOLDER ALERT: The Law Firm of Levi & Korsinsky, LLP Launches an ...  MarketWatch
Sears Lets Shoppers Make Returns, Exchanges Without Leaving the Car  Chinatopix
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