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Europe Stocks Drag Global Equities Lower on ECB Stimulus
U.S. stocks fluctuated amid an unexpected decline in jobless claims, while European equities plunged and the euro rose on concern additional stimulus will fail to boost inflation and revive the economy.
Euro rebounds as ECB's Draghi makes no mention of imminent QE  Reuters
US stocks fluctuate after ECB President comments  Washington Post
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U.S. layoffs tracking near the lowest level in years
A "Help Wanted" sign is posted in the window of an automotive service shop in California. Companies aren't laying off many workers these days.
Weekly jobless claims trending at 2006 levels  USA TODAY
Jobless claims fall by 8000, hinting at job market strength  Christian Science Monitor
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Billionaire Buffett Says Tesco Investment Was 'A Huge Mistake'
Billionaire investor Warren Buffett said his investment in Tesco Plc (TSCO) was a �huge mistake,� as the U.K. supermarket leader's share price remains close to an 11-year low amid declining sales and an accounting probe.
Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway Buys Auto Dealer  ABC News
Buffett the car buff? Berkshire Hathaway buys Van Tuyl Group.  Christian Science Monitor
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Rocket Internet Shares Fall Below Issue Price at Debut
BERLIN� Rocket Internet AG , a German investor and developer of online businesses, disappointed in its debut on the Frankfurt stock exchange Thursday, falling more than 10% in early trading.
PLDT stake in Rocket 6.4% if greenshoe option exercised  BusinessWorld Online Edition
Rocket Internet shares slide on debut  BDlive
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Stocks Drop As Ebola Fears, Mixed Economic Data Weigh On Market
The first Ebola case in the U.S was diagnosed on Tuesday and sent stocks sliding on Wednesday. PIctured here is the hospital in which the Ebola patient is in isolation.
Ebola, manufacturing woes shake Wall St. [Boston Herald :: ]  Businessweek
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US factory orders post record decline on aircraft payback
WASHINGTON Oct 2 (Reuters) - New orders for U.S. factory goods posted their biggest decline on record in August, payback for an aircraft-driven jump a month earlier.
US factory orders fall record 10.1 percent
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Allianz to replace CEO after Pimco turmoil
First came the news last Friday that Bill Gross, founder of Allianz subsidiary Pimco, was leaving the company he founded to go to work for Janus Capital.
German insurer Allianz appoints board member Baete to replace long-serving ...  Fox Business
Allianz CEO Diekmann to step aside for Baete in May  Reuters
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Is it time to reduce your portfolio's exposure to bonds?
In the face of eventually rising interest rates, bond investors worry that their returns could suffer. Given that today's interest rates are considerably lower than historical averages and expected to rise in the future, would now be a good time to sell some of the ...
3Q review: Mutual funds take a summer break  New Zealand Herald
Global bond market is fragile  Enid News & Eagle
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Desperate for new sales Coke and Pepsi turn to green labels and new sweetener
NEW YORK (CNNMoney) - The biggest soda companies in the world are locking horns with new low-calorie drinks that share a common ingredient: stevia, a plant used as a sweetener.
Coke and Pepsi launch competing green stevia sodas  WPTZ The Champlain Valley
PepsiCo to debut Pepsi True, flavored with stevia and sugar  Food Dive
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Twitter invests $10 million for MIT Lab project to understand online interactions ...
Twitter is investing $10 million in a new laboratory at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. The project will be funded over a five-year period and will use analytic tools to shed light on social media interaction.
Twitter Will Fund MIT Research Lab To Study Public Communication & ...  Marketing Land
Twitter invests $10m in MIT's social media data research
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