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US Second-Quarter GDP Expands at 4.0% Rate
WASHINGTON�The U.S. economy surged in the second quarter, more than offsetting a first-quarter contraction and putting growth back on an upward trajectory in 2014.
Strong second quarter growth sparks rate-hike talk  CNBC
Economy heats up in Q2 after harsh winter  USA TODAY
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Q. & A.: Exploring What's Behind the Battle Over Argentina's Debt
Photo. In Argentina, a crowd protested layoffs at a U.S. automotive supplier and the demands of hedge funds, which they called vultures.
Argentine Bonds Rally on Speculation Nation Won't Default  Bloomberg
Argentina debt default 101: What's at stake?  Christian Science Monitor
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Twitter Still Far Short of Real Earnings
Even among techs, social-media site is aggressive in using stock-based pay, boosting non-GAAP results. Email; Print; Comments; Order Reprints.
Twitter Takes Off, Lifts Fortunes Of Co-Founders Dorsey, Williams  Forbes
After Twitter's Big Beat, Is More Upside Ahead?  NASDAQ
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Fed meeting may give clues on interest rates
With the Federal Reserve all but certain to continue winding down its economic stimulus this week, analysts will be scouring its statement for changes that could shed light on when it will begin raising interest rates.
Federal Reserve Policy Review meeting ends Wednesday; What would Janet ...  Stixs News
Hilsenrath: Modest Growth Beneath the Surface Keeps Fed on Track  Wall Street Journal (blog)
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UCLA water main rupture: Repairs to take 'extended period of time'
Repairs to a ruptured water main near UCLA that gushed up to 10 million gallons of water onto Westwood roads as well as the campus will not be completed Wednesday and may take "an extended period of time," a utility official said.
Gigantic water main break floods UCLA campus  Washington Post
Broken water main floods UCLA, Sunset Boulevard with millions of gallons of ...  Los Angeles Daily News
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Snapchat Said in Funding Talks With Alibaba at $10 Billion
Snapchat Inc., the company that makes a mobile application for disappearing photo messages, is in talks with investors including Alibaba Group Holding Ltd.
Snapchat in financing talks with Alibaba at $10 bln valuation-Bloomberg  Reuters
Alibaba may be in funding talks with SnapChat  VentureBeat
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2 Women Survive Ordeal Along Indiana Rail Bridge
A video camera captured the terrifying plight of two women who became trapped on an 80-foot-high railroad bridge in Indiana when a freight train surprised them as they walked along the tracks.
2 Women Escaped Death After an Encounter with a 14000-ton Train  The Utah People's Post
Will two women who escaped injury when run over by train be prosecuted for ...  ABA Journal
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US Stocks Fall as Early Rally Fades Before Fed Decision
U.S. stocks fell for a second day as an early rally sparked by better-than-forecast economic growth faded before a Federal Reserve decision on monetary policy.
Today's Stock Market News Dow Jones Industrial Average DJIA, Nasdaq, S ...  Learning and Finance
Dollar presses higher as US growth defies expectations; Fed on tap  CNBC
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An Early Rally Fades on the US Stock Market
U.S. stocks are turning mostly lower in midday trading, erasing an early gain. Genworth Financial sank 12 percent and Goodyear Tire & Rubber fell 7 percent after turning in results that disappointed investors.
Goodyear Earnings in Line, Up Y/Y on Replacement Demand Rise  Zacks.com
Goodyear reports record second-quarter earnings  Akron Beacon Journal
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Survey: US companies add 218000 jobs in July
In this photo taken Wednesday, July 16, 2014, job seeker Staci Sudduth, left, talks to job recruiters Cameron Quin, center, and Jay Kington, right, at a Hiring Fair For Veterans in Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
ADP reports another month of 200000-plus job growth  NJBIZ
Private Sector Reins in Pace of Hiring  Wall Street Journal
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