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Investors' eyes pinned on ECB as Europe's health deteriorates
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Central Bank meeting on Thursday is the prime event for markets seeking clarity on the bank's response to a stalled recovery, disappearing inflation and the sluggish pace of reform in the euro zone.
Deflation knocks at ECB's door, markets look for cash boost  BusinessWorld Online Edition
ECB's Mario Draghi set to deploy new measures as eurozone recovery flatlines
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Avoid taxes? 10 things to know about inversions
WASHINGTON (AP) - Burger King plans to become the latest U.S. company to shift its legal address out of the country by merging with a foreign company.
Tim Hortons Coffee Can't Perk Up Burger King
Tim Hortons: the iron grip of a gentle brand  Toronto Star
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US consumer spending dips 0.1 percent
WASHINGTON - U.S. consumer spending fell in July, with a drop in auto purchases accounting for most of the weakness. Income growth also slowed.
Why This Consumer Spending Trend Is Worrisome  NASDAQ
The economists are concerned about the decline of the sales  Upstart Magazine
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S&P 500 rises to record, scores best month since February
NEW YORK (MarketWatch)´┐ŻU.S. stocks closed with modest gains Friday in light trading, building on weekly and monthly advances, as largely upbeat U.S.
S&P 500 closes August at record high despite rising Ukraine, overseas ...  WallStreet OTC
US STOCKS-S&P 500 edges up to set new record; best month since Feb  Reuters
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4 Reasons Not to Use Your Debit Card at a Bar
You've watched enough Tarantino to know you should only bring a knife to a gunfight if you're Uma Thurman. Bringing a debit card to a bar is like the proverbial knife at a gunfight: a shoot-ready script for getting killed by the bill.
Among young people, using cash has lost its currency  SFGate
Keeping closer tabs on your credit cards  Dallas Morning News
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Uber Is the New Airbnb
Uber, Lyft, and similar car-sharing services are facing a raft of proposed regulations. The companies have earned devoted followings since their smartphone-ordered rides first hit the scene.
Lyft Says Uber's Recruitment Efforts Are Hurting Drivers  New York Times (blog)
Uber offering free rides through holiday weekend  THV 11
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IRS Phone Scams Remain a Threat
Con artists posing as Internal Revenue Service agents are back in the news. Despite previous warnings from government officials, some taxpayers still haven't gotten the message.
Scammers posing as IRS  WJXT Jacksonville
IRS Phone Scam: Imposters bilked victims of millions; 5 Signs You're a ...  International Business Times
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Changes in teens' tastes hitting retailer
Continue reading below. Shares of Abercrombie & Fitch Co. fell last week after the retailer reported weak sales as more teens shop elsewhere.
Abercrombie & Fitch Says "No No" to Its Logo  NASDAQ
Here's Why Abercrombie & Fitch Is Ditching Its Logos  TIME
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The confusing taxation of Social Security benefits
Columnist explains the confusing way that Social Security benefits are taxed; also offers advice on 401(k) distributions. By Scott Burns.
Delaying Social Security benefits makes sense for many  News & Observer
How to Ensure Adequate Retirement Income  Wall Street Journal
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Chrysler's Marchionne Says US Market Doing "Incredibly Well"
Aug. 30 (Bloomberg) -- The U.S. car market is doing "incredibly well," with North American operations providing "a lot of support for the activities of the group," according to Fiat SpA Chief Executive Officer Sergio Marchionne.
Fiat-Chrysler sees New York stock market listing on October 13  Reuters
Fiat plans to sell withdrawal shares as part of New York listing  Livemint
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