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Tough Slog Ahead to Fulfill UN Climate Summit Promises
After the protests, speeches and corporate pledges, world leaders ended the United Nations climate summit facing as tough a slog as ever to get a deal on cutting greenhouse-gas emissions.
Business joins Obama's call-to-action on climate  USA TODAY
Obama urges action on climate  Concord Monitor
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Asia stocks hit by Syria air strikes
TOKYO (Reuters) - Asian stocks slipped on Wednesday as U.S.-led air strikes in Syria curbed appetite for risky assets, while the dollar was kept in check after U.S.
Kiwi Joins Yen Gaining on Oversold Signs as Dollar Rally Pauses  Bloomberg
Asia Stocks Dip, Lower Yields Keep Dollar in Check  NDTV
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India Morning Call-Global Markets
EQUITIES. NEW YORK - U.S. stocks fell on Tuesday, with consumer staples leading the S&P 500 down to its third straight daily loss, as investors grew concerned about the pace of global economic growth.
U.S. stocks drop on mixed data, Mideast woes; Dow falls 0.68%  NASDAQ
Solid Down Day for Indices and Technicals  AdviceTrade
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Stricter tax inversion rules punish stocks of firms mulling such moves
The Obama administration's tougher rules on offshore corporate inversions had an immediate effect Tuesday, pushing down the stock prices of companies considering such moves.
Tim Hortons, Burger King say tie-up going ahead despite US crackdown on ...  The Province
Tim Hortons takes over Calgary home to sling coffee and doughnuts  Times of Fort Erie
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Dallas Fed hires search firm to find Fisher replacement
Richard W. Fisher has criticized the Federal Reserve's loose monetary policy and wants the central bank to start raising interest rates sooner than mid-2015.
Philadelphia Federal Reserve president Charles Plosser to retire  Sydney Morning Herald
Inflation Watch as Fed Hawks Retire  Fox Business
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Treasury's clampdown on tax inversions takes bite out of share prices
NEW YORK - A handful of big companies pursuing overseas mergers to lower their tax bills fell under pressure on Tuesday as the federal government announced rules to discourage them.
US clampdown on tax maneuver leaves its mark  Observer-Reporter
New US tax rules chill 'inversion' deal-making; shares dive  Washington Post
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Indiana Toll Road revenue has increased, but debt costs ballooned, precipitating ...
A court document in the recent bankruptcy filing sheds additional light on toll road operations and the bankruptcy filing. Tim Vandenack.
Critics worry of toll road spending cuts  Goshen News
Indiana Toll Road operator set for short bankruptcy trip  Chicago Tribune
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Soda makers pledge to cut calories 20 percent by 2025. Is it too late? (+video)
Soda makers Coca Cola, PepsiCo, and the Dr Pepper Snapple Group have pledged to cut the calories consumed from their sugary drink offerings by 20 percent over the next decade.
Coke, Pepsi pledge to reduce calorie consumption  Maryville Daily Times
Soda companies pledge to reduce calories in soft drinks over next decade  New York Daily News
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Citizens Financial IPO prices below range
Investors had to wait more than a decade for a bank offering the size of Citizens Financial Group Inc.'s $3 billion initial stock sale.
Citizens Financial IPO Priced Below Range, Raises $3 Bln  RTT News
Citizens Financial IPO brings in $3B  Tribune-Review
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PayPal opens the door a bit for bitcoin payments
The online-payments company is testing the waters by partnering with other companies willing to process transactions using the digital currency.
Apple nudges PayPal deeper into bitcoin  MarketWatch
PayPal Expands Acceptance of Bitcoin to Merchant Payment Hub  Businessweek
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