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Federal agency finds that debit card purchases of less than $24 produce large ...
WASHINGTON - The fees that banks charge debit-card users who overdraw their accounts usually cost more than the items being bought.
Banks Face Hit on $30 Billion in Overdraft Fees From CFPB Rules  Businessweek
Majority of debit card overdrafts are from small purchases, CFPB finds  Los Angeles Times
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World Wrestling Entertainment Shares Up 5.9% on Better-Than-Expected ...
World Wrestling Entertainment logo World Wrestling Entertainment (NYSE:WWE) shares shot up 5.9% on Thursday after the company announced better than expected quarterly earnings, Analyst Ratings.
Stamford's WWE To Cut 7 Percent Of Its Staff  Hartford Courant
WWE Fires 7% as Business Implodes  24/7 Wall St.
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4 things Target's new CEO Brian Cornell needs to do
Newly appointed Target CEO Brian Cornell has a strong reputation and proven track record of success. He comes to the troubled retailer with experience in both retail and consumer products, most recently serving as CEO of PepsiCo Americas Foods.
Target taps Cornell of PepsiCo as CEO, chairman  Columbus CEO
Did Target Pick The Right CEO?  Twin Cities Business Magazine
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US Stocks Fall Sharply
U.S. stocks fell sharply, on course to snap a five-month winning streak for the broad stock market. Traders said there was no single catalyst for the selling, which came on the heels of broad losses in European shares.
US STOCKS-Wall St tumbles; S&P below 50-day moving average  Reuters
Wall St. tumbles; S&P below 50-day moving average  Reuters India
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Global markets tank on Argentina debt default, other fears
Financial markets went into a tailspin Thursday after Argentina defaulted on its debt, raising fears among skittish investors already fretting over weak corporate earnings growth, rising interest rates and an aging bull market.
Argentina accuses US of judicial malpractice for triggering needless default
UPDATE 3-Argentine assets drop after default, "credit event" in ...  Reuters
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California exchange's health insurance rates to increase 4% in 2015
California has disclosed the 2015 rates for coverage under its health insurance exchange. (Allen J. Schaben / Los Angeles Times). By Stuart Pfeifer, Chad Terhune contact the reporters · Healthcare Policies and LawsLaws and ...
Mid-year enrollment offered for Covered California  Napa Valley Register
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U.S. initial jobless claims rise by 23000 to 302000 last week - The number of people who filed for unemployment assistance in the U.S. last week rose more than expected, dampening optimism over the strength of the labor market, official data showed on Thursday.
How states fared on unemployment benefit claims  Washington Post
U.S. initial jobless claims rise to 302000 last week  GlobalPost
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Americans Borrowed Less for College Last Year
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Study: Families Are Now Less Reliant on Loans for College  Vocativ
Parents, you're paying for college wrong  Business Record
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Wages finally rising, which could force Fed to hike
WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) - This is the good news we've all been waiting for: Wages are finally rising. And that means the economy is getting strong enough for the Federal Reserve to at least consider raising short-term interest rates to a normal level.
A Fed-Friendly Portfolio  Wealth Daily
The Fed's Wage Watch  Wall Street Journal (blog)
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Cabot Corp. Becomes Oversold (CBT)
Legendary investor Warren Buffett advises to be fearful when others are greedy, and be greedy when others are fearful. One way we can try to measure the level of fear in a given stock is through a technical analysis indicator called the Relative Strength Index ...
Starbucks Takes Warren Buffett's Advice to Heart  Motley Fool
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