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Wall Street to open flat after Fed leaves rates unchanged
Wall Street was set to open flat on Thursday after the Federal Reserve decided to keep interest rates unchanged, but left the door open for a possible increase in the coming months.
Why gold prices spiked after the Fed decision  MarketWatch
The Fed teases a September hike, but will it chicken out?  CBS News
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Jobless Claims in U.S. Climbed Last Week From a Three-Month Low
The number of Americans who filed for unemployment benefits last week rose from a three-month low, consistent with the Federal Reserve's view of a stronger job market.
US jobless claims rise; labor market still strong  Reuters
US Jobless Claims Rose, but Still Point to Expanding Labor Market  Wall Street Journal
Oracle to Buy Cloud-Software Provider NetSuite for $9.3 Billion
Oracle Corp. ORCL -0.02 % agreed to buy NetSuite Inc. N 9.12 % for $9.3 billion, bolstering the software maker's cloud-computing offerings as it races to catch up to rivals.
Oracle Buys NetSuite  PR Newswire (press release)
Oracle buys enterprise cloud services company NetSuite for $9.3B  TechCrunch
Didi Chuxing and Uber, Popular in China, Are Now Legal, Too
Ordering a car at a Didi Chuxing kiosk in Shanghai. Strict government rules in China have tripped up local and foreign internet companies alike, including ride-hailing services like Uber and Didi.
China issues guidelines to legalize ride-hailing apps like Uber and Didi Chuxing  TechCrunch
China Clears Road for Uber to Operate Legally  Wall Street Journal
CFPB Unveils Overhaul of Debt Collection
WASHINGTON—The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau on Thursday unveiled an outline of new rules to rein in aggressive debt-collection practices.
Debt collectors could face new limits on calls  Detroit Free Press
Cordray's agency considers overhaul of debt-collection practices  Columbus Dispatch
Why the traditional FICO score still rules amid a new breed of online lenders
For decades, the FICO score has been the dominant metric for deciding whether a borrower is creditworthy. When applying for a mortgage, a car loan or a credit card, chances are that a FICO score is one of the first things a lender looks at.
Low FICO score challenges  Akron Leader Publications
Do you start with a credit score of '0'?  The Denver Channel
Fiat Chrysler ending car production in US
The company may be called Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, but by early next year, it won't be making automobiles in the U.S.. Instead, Fiat Chrysler's U.S.
SUVs so hot that Dodge Dart, Chrysler 200 may never return  Green Car Reports
Fiat Chrysler ups 2016 guidance on Q2 earnings  The Detroit News
Mastercard Profit Tops Estimates as Card Spending Increases
Mastercard Inc., the second-largest U.S. payments network, posted profit that beat analysts' estimates as customer card spending increased.
MasterCard Results Top Expectations as Transactions Grow  Wall Street Journal
MasterCard (MA) Stock Advances After Q2 Beat  TheStreet.com
Alere: Why The Recent Criminal Fraud Probe Can Doom The Company
Reports surfaced on Thursday that Alere (NYSE:ALR) is facing a criminal probe over its Medicare and Medicaid billing. According to the Wall Street Journal: The Justice Department's criminal-fraud section sent Alere a subpoena last month seeking ...
Alere Faces Criminal Probe Over Medicare, Medicaid Billing  Wall Street Journal
Alere (ALR) Affirms Receipt of DOJ Subpoena; Issues Commentary  StreetInsider.com
Ford's Profit Declines 9% on Lower China Sales
Ford Motor Co. F -0.14 % 's net profit fell 9% in the second quarter and the car maker tempered its outlook amid a modest decline in the core North American performance and weaker China sales, representing a caution flag for the U.S.
Ford's second-quarter earnings fell 9% to $2 billion  Detroit Free Press
Ford posts 9% decline in Q2 profit, warns of challenges ahead  Automotive News