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Fed leaves rates unchanged, says risks to outlook reduced
WASHINGTON The Federal Reserve left interest rates unchanged on Wednesday but said near-term risks to the U.S. economic outlook had diminished, opening the door to a resumption of monetary policy tightening this year.
Fed Leaves Door Open to Move as Soon as September  Wall Street Journal
Fed Begins Crawl Toward Rate Hike as Near-Term Risks Diminish  Bloomberg
Facebook sees 2 billion searches per day, but it's attacking Twitter not Google
Facebook wants to be known as a place to search for mentions of current news in hopes of drawing more public chatter that normally ends up on Twitter.
Facebook Shares Soar On Sales, Earnings That Blow Away Estimates  Forbes
The one note of caution in Facebook's insanely optimistic earnings  Business Insider
Samsung Reports Most Profitable Quarter in Two Years on Sales of Galaxy Smartphone
SEOUL— Samsung Electronics Co. SSNHZ 0.00 % reported its most profitable quarter in two years Thursday, as strong sales of its flagship Galaxy S7 smartphone helped offset a drop in profit on sales of semiconductors and display panels.
Samsung Profit Tops Estimates on S7, Lower Marketing Costs  Bloomberg
Samsung's profit surges to 2-year high on Galaxy phone sales  U.S. News & World Report
Asian Stocks Rise Amid Central Bank Meetings; Japan Shares Slip
Asian stocks rose for a fourth day, with the regional benchmark index trading near a nine-month high, as investors digested policy decisions from the Federal Reserve and awaited results from a Bank of Japan meeting.
Asia stocks edge up, dollar sags after Fed meeting  Reuters
Searching for Helicopters in Japan  Wall Street Journal
Trump's claim that 'I have nothing to do with Russia'
“I have nothing to with Russia. I have nothing to do with Russia - for anything.” - Donald Trump, news conference, July 27, 2016.
That time a Russian billionaire paid Trump $95 million for a mansion  CNNMoney
Trump Flashback: The 2008 sale of Palm Beach mansion to Russian  MyPalmBeachPost
US durable goods orders fell 4.0% in June vs. 1.1% drop expected
An employee builds a component for hybrid electric vehicle motors at the Toshiba International Corp. manufacturing facility in Houston.
June Durable Goods Orders Plunge  Fox Business
Orders for Durable Goods Plunged in June  ABC News
Coca-Cola CEO: Soda lovers still out there, but drinking smaller amounts
This photo taken on November 12, 2015 in Grigny, near Paris, shows newly produced Coca-Cola soft drink cans near the new assembly line at a Coca-Cola Entreprise bottling plant.
Coca-Cola's revenue misses on weak China, LatAm markets  Reuters
The Coca-Cola Co v2.0: Smaller Company, Bigger Brand Portfolio  Motley Fool
Oreo maker Mondelez fights North America biscuit rivals
CHICAGO Oreo maker Mondelez International Inc (MDLZ.O) is fighting back against aggressive rivals in North America after its share of the biscuit market there declined in the second quarter, the company said on Wednesday.
Oreo maker Mondelez's revenue falls for 11th straight quarter  CNBC
Mondelez (MDLZ) CEO Irene Rosenfeld Talks Earnings on CNBC
Alere Faces Criminal Probe Over Medicare, Medicaid Billing
Federal investigators are seeking information about government-billing practices at Alere Inc., adding to a litany of woes at the diagnostic-testing company as it seeks to complete a deal to sell itself.
Justice Department probes Alere over Medicare, Medicaid billing  Reuters
Alere Comments on Pain Management Subpoena  PR Newswire (press release)
Teva Wins U.S. Nod for Actavis After Divestiture of 79 Drugs
The U.S. Federal Trade Commission approved Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd.'s $40.5 billion purchase of Allergan Plc's generic drug-making unit after the companies agreed to the biggest divestiture ever in a pharmaceutical merger to preserve ...
Teva, Allergan win US antitrust approval for generics deal  Reuters
Teva, Allergan Get FTC Approval for Generics Purchase  Wall Street Journal