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    US Holiday Hiring Hits Highest Since 2014 as Consumer Confidence Soars
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    US Housing Starts, Building Permits Fall in September
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    US Senate Bill Could Give Tesla, GM Electric Car Tax Credit Boost
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    Netflix Stock Soars as Roaring Subscriber Growth Restores Faith
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    Morgan Stanley, Goldman Soar Past Rivals With Dealmaking Rally
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    The Fed Needs Its Wings Clipped
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    Maryland Comptroller Criticizes 77 Pack of Beer: ‘Promoting Binge Drinking’
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    Pfizer to Cut Around 2 Percent of Jobs Through Early Next Year
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    US Senate Panel Wants Hyundai, Kia to Testify on Engine Fire Reports
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    US Regains Crown as Most Competitive Economy for First Time Since 2008: WEF
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    Uber Enters Trailer Leasing Business
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    Market Jitters: Global Economy Not as Strong as It Looks
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    Walmart CEO Points to New Company Culture, Cuts Profit Forecast
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    Japan Manufacturers’ Mood Rises, Trade Worries Weigh on Outlook
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    Sears Files Just as Things Are Looking up for US Retail
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    Novo Nordisk Hires AstraZeneca Executive to Revive Struggling Biopharma Unit
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    US Retail Sales Increase Modestly; Consumer Spending Strong
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    Netflix Earnings Will Test Waters for Tech Giants After Rout
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    Saudi Arabia Breaks 45-year Taboo With Veiled Oil Weapon Threat
  • Microsoft Co-founder Paul Allen Dies at 65
    Microsoft Co-founder Paul Allen Dies at 65
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    S&P 500 Companies Expect Record Profits Again in Third Quarter
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    Around 100,000 Opel Vehicles to Be Recalled in Diesel Probe – Ministry
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    Disney Offers EU Antitrust Concessions Over $71.3 Billion Fox Deal
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    Shelves Empty as Specter of Hyperinflation Stalks Zimbabwe
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