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Dow Ends Lower After Three-Day Advance
U.S. stocks fell, snapping a three-day rally for the Dow industrials that had lifted the benchmark from six-month lows. After trading nearly flat for most of the morning, stocks tilted lower just before noon.
Wall St. ends lower after shooting at Canadian parliament  Reuters
Stocks fall as S&P breaks 4-day winning streak  USA TODAY
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Denied Survivor's Benefits After Wife's Death, Texas Widow Files a Federal Suit
Kathleen A. Murphy was left a widow when her legal wife, from a marriage in Massachusetts, died of cancer in 2012. Last year, Ms. Murphy, 62, applied to the Social Security Administration for spousal survivor's benefits and the standard lump-sum death ...
Low Inflation, Flatter COLA: Social Security Benefits to Get 1.7% Bump  Wall Street Journal
Social Security benefits rising, but only slightly  SFGate
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Berkshire profit on IBM wiped out over earnings forecast
Photo: IBM / Associated Press IBM CEO Ginni Rometty faced weaker-than-expected software sales and lower productivity in services in the third quarter.
Warren Buffett out $2 billion after Coca-Cola, IBM stocks take a hit
How Warren Buffett Lost $2 Billion in Two Days on Two Stocks
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Yelp Cashes In on YP Partnership � If Only for a Moment
yelp-sticker Yelp posted stronger than expected earnings Wednesday, but cautious guidance sent shares tumbling in after-hours trading.
Yelp Q3 Results Top Estimates; Guides Q4 Revenue Below Consensus  Nasdaq
Yelp Adds Fewer Local Business Accounts Than Expected In Q3  Investor's Business Daily
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AT&T Net Drops, but Customers Stay
AT&T's customers are even more loyal than they were before. It lost less than 1 percent of contract subscribers last quarter.
Tablets, cars drive AT&T wireless gains_not phones  Waco Tribune-Herald
AT&T third-quarter profit falls short even as it adds 2M wireless customers  CNET
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Japan's Trade Deficit Edges Up
Japan's exports rose in September, helped by a weaker yen, but the nation's trade deficit also edge up from a year earlier.
Weak Yen's Tap on Worker Wallets Fuels Debate: Chart of the Day  Bloomberg
Why Japan's government shakeup might be good for 'womenomics'  Fortune
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Boeing's Earnings Jump, but Higher Costs for 787 Weigh on Its Shares
At work on a 787 Dreamliner. Costs for the 787 rose 3.9 percent over the last three months. Credit Randall Hill/Reuters. Continue reading the main story.
Boeing's Production Ramp-Up Raises Cash Flow Worries BA GD NOC  Investor's Business Daily
Passenger Jets Push Boeing's Profit up 18 Percent
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As Safety Concerns Grow, More States Ban Use of a Guardrail Unit
Concern over the safety of guardrails manufactured by Trinity Industries spread further on Wednesday as two more states said they would ban the use of the company's ET-Plus rail head, which is thought to have a dangerous defect.
Oregon halts use of potentially deadly guardrails; has lost track of where ...  The Oregonian -
Highway guardrails pose potential risk  KVIA El Paso
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Norfolk Southern CEO says rail mergers won't work
OMAHA, Neb. (AP) - Norfolk Southern Corp.'s CEO doesn't think railroad mergers are a good idea even if regulators might approve one.
Norfolk Southern (NSC) Earnings Report: Q3 2014 Conference Call Transcript
Norfolk Southern CEO derails rail stocks  USA TODAY
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The murky origin of the 20 percent down payment
A "House For Sale" sign point to a home in Park Ridge, Illinois. New housing regulations were finalized without a down payment requirement, though some argued for 20 percent.
Judge dismisses Massachusetts suit against Fannie, Freddie  Reuters
Judge tosses Mass. suit against Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac  Boston Globe
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