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Amazon Under Fire: What Happens When Sales Growth Isn't Enough?
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos introducing the company's Fire smartphone in Seattle last month. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren). The headline figure in Amazon.
Amazon Loss Widens as CEO Alarms Investors With Spending  Bloomberg
Amazon shares down 12% as competition looms  Chicago Tribune
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Amazon, Visa results disappoint, drag on Wall Street
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Disappointing earnings from Amazon and Visa dragged U.S. stocks lower on Friday in a broad selloff led by consumer discretionary shares.
Wall Street Opens in the Red; Dow Falls Below 17K  Fox Business
Stocks lower in morning trade  USA TODAY
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BSkyB to Pay Fox $9B to Combine Sky Assets
LONDON/PARIS - 21st Century Fox (FOXA) on Friday agreed to sell its Sky television assets in Italy and Germany to British Sky Broadcasting for $9 billion, forming a single pay-TV provider with 20 million subscribers.
UPDATE 4-BSkyB to pay $9 billion to create Sky Europe  Reuters
Murdoch's Fox to sell European TV systems for $9.3 billion  Los Angeles Times
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FOREX-US dollar gains on durable goods data, dip in German sentiment
... * U.S. dollar hits new eight-month high against euro. * U.S. durable goods data, weak German Ifo underpin dollar. * Geopolitical tensions weigh on euro (Updates prices, adds comment, changes byline, dateline, previous LONDON).
Euro, shares sag as Ukraine woes hit German confidence  Business Recorder
German business confidence drops for third month in a row amid Iraq, Ukraine ...  Fox Business
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Durable Goods Orders Rise; Economy Seen Building Speed
WASHINGTON -- Orders for long-lasting U.S. manufactured goods rose more than expected in June, pointing to momentum in the economy heading into the third quarter.
TABLE-US June durable goods orders rise 0.7 pct  Reuters
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Britain's recovery pushes economy past pre-crisis peak
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's economy is now bigger than it was before the financial crisis struck six years ago after strong growth in the second quarter that keeps it on track to lead the way among developed countries this year.
UK economy: Why aren't I feeling better?  BBC News
Recession is over for Britain
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UPDATE 1-El Pollo Loco shares go crazy in debut, fly 32 pct
... * Shares open at $19, above IPO price of $15. * Values company at over $700 mln at day's high (Adds details). By Amrutha Gayathri.
El Pollo Loco to begin trading Friday, after pricing IPO at top of expected ...  MarketWatch
NASDAQ OMX Group Inc.: El Pollo Loco, Inc. (NASDAQ: LOCO) to Ring The ...  The Wall Street Transcript
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Nasdaq 100 Movers: MXIM, BIDU
In early trading on Friday, shares of Baidu (BIDU) topped the list of the day's best performing components of the Nasdaq 100 index, trading up 7.4%.
TGIF? Nope. Stocks fall in early trading  WKBT La Crosse
Amazon (AMZN) Stock Falls on Earnings  Wall Street Pit
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Why Obama's 'economic patriotism' is bunk
Washington is as cynical a place as you will find on earth but President Barack Obama's latest attack on corporate "deserters" in a speech in Los Angeles and an interview with CNBC's Steve Liesman sets a new bar.
Ireland does not promote or seek corporate tax-avoidance deals: minister  Reuters
Ireland hits back at Obama's 'gaming the system' tax criticism  Irish Independent
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Germany's Lufthansa to Resume Tel Aviv Flights
Germany's biggest airline, Lufthansa, says it and subsidiaries in other European countries will resume flights to Tel Aviv on Saturday after canceling operations for several days over safety concerns.
Air Canada plane told to circle Tel Aviv airport
Air Canada flight does 'go around' in Tel Aviv after rockets fired  The Globe and Mail
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