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Hillary Clinton ran a perfect psyop to derange Donald Trump
When a poker player is on tilt, that means he's angry, and his anger is interfering with his judgment. A player on tilt will tend to play aggressively, but not in a good way - he'll make big bets when he has a bad hand, and then he'll lose.
Analysis: Trump's Alicia Machado Tweet Storm Points to Deeper Problems  NBCNews.com
Trump Again Attacks Former Miss Universe  NPR
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Hedge Funds Profiting on Bets Against Deutsche Bank
Hedge funds that have placed bets against Deutsche Bank AG DB 15.07 % are reaping the rewards. Deutsche Bank shares are down nearly 50% since the start of the year on concerns about its capital position, leading to large profits for a number of hedge ...
Deutsche Bank Surges On Report Of DoJ Deal, As CEO John Cryan Rallies Employees  Forbes
Deutsche Bank recovers on report of lower settlement, CEO's reassurances  USA TODAY
Trump foundation was never certified to receive donations: report
The Republican nominee's namesake foundation never obtained the certification required to solicit public donations, a spokesman for the New York Attorney General's office has revealed.
An Uncharitable Foundation  New York Times
Trump Foundation reportedly doesn't have proper paperwork to solicit money  Fox News
In a good sign for the tech industry, tech unicorn Nutanix is having a huge ...
Ten months after filing its paperwork to go public, Nutanix finally had its initial public offering on Friday, and the entire tech industry is relieved.
With Nutanix Shares Up As Much As 114% In First-Day Trading, Its CEO ...  Forbes
Nutanix's IPO Buzz Shows Investors' Demand for More Tech Offerings  Fortune
Costco's new Visa card is off to a hot start
Warehouse retail king Costco recently ended its relationship with American Express in favor of a new one with Visa and Citigroup. And after a bit of a bumpy start, it looks like the new deal is starting to pay off.
Costco Could Pay $5.5M for Selling Fake Tiffany Rings  Investorplace.com
Costco May Hold Off On North American Membership Fee Increase Due To Light ...  Benzinga
A key step in the merger between American Airlines and US Airways is scheduled ...
If all goes well, American Airlines passengers won't realize that the Fort Worth-based airlines took a key and potentially tricky step on Saturday in its merger with US Airways.
American hopes IT switch doesn't snag flights this weekend  Winston-Salem Journal
American Airlines (AAL) Stock Higher, Transitioning to New IT System  TheStreet.com
Pro Football Is Coming to China. But Will the Chinese Care?
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China's Box-Office Slump Deepens After Drought of Summer Hits  Bloomberg
China's richest man serves up global badminton deal  Yahoo Sports
Qualcomm Said to Explore Takeovers as Chipmakers Consolidate
Qualcomm Inc. has held early talks with several potential targets, including NXP Semiconductors NV, according to people familiar with the matter, as it seeks acquisitions to strengthen its position in a rapidly consolidating industry.
Merger Mania Monday? Let's Look At The Possibilities  Forbes
Drexel Hamilton Not Fans of Rumored NXP (NXPI) Takeover Price, Says $40-$45B ...  StreetInsider.com
Engine of U.S. Economy Down But Far From Out as Spending Slows
Americans took a break in August after spending at a solid pace the past few months. While that's no cause for alarm yet, consumption has been doing all the heavy lifting for the economy, so its ups and downs matter.
Drop in US consumer spending clouds Fed rate hike outlook  Reuters
US Consumer Spending Flat in August  Wall Street Journal
Here's why Janet Yellen might quit if Donald Trump wins
The Republican presidential nominee said Yellen is keeping interest rates artificially low for political reasons - to support President Barack Obama through the end of his term.
Is Donald Trump Right About the Fed?  Fortune
Vote: Is the Fed tilting policy to help Hillary Clinton?  The Seattle Times