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  1. Illegal strike hits Gold One mine in S.Africa
  2. Wal-Mart's 1Q profit, sales disappoint
  3. Australian teen tests Apple tolerance with new iPhone leak
  4. Private sector adds 166,000 jobs in September: ADP
  5. Google unveils new HP laptop for $279
  6. Nokia shareholders set to approve Microsoft deal
  7. Drug sales to hit lowest growth rate in decades
  8. JPMorgan $13 billion mortgage deal expected Tuesday
  9. Stocks edge up after earnings gains from retailers
  10. UN chief says current climate pledges insufficient
  11. Lew says big budget deal unlikely without revenues
  12. Short-seller Chanos bearish on oil companies
  13. A Requiem for the Bond Market
  14. What's Your Flexible Working Tipping Point?
  15. People Don't Leave Companies -- They Leave Leaders!
  16. #AskJPM Blow Up Nothing to Laugh About
  17. Spying on Your Competition is a Great Way to Be Successful
  18. Silicon Valley patent office to open in San Jose
  19. Apple adds PBS and Yahoo to Apple TV, but no 'Downton Abbey'
  20. Stocks edge lower following retail earnings
  21. Kicking the can: Campbell hit by fresh-food shift
  22. IKEA execs detained over snooping allegations
  23. Norway needs to wean economy off oil: finance minister
  24. Iraq strives to return to big oil output growth
  25. Mexico's Slim not looking at Repsol stake: spokesman
  26. Barclays names new head of Americas sponsors group -memo
  27. Fast Food Logos Are Killing Our Ability To Be Happy: Study
  28. This Is What A Walmart Worker's Budget Looks Like
  29. 11 Reasons To Love Costco That Have Nothing To Do With Shopping
  30. Meet The Lawmaker Trying To Protect Workers' Thanksgiving
  31. In retrial, Apple and Samsung make final pitches to jury
  32. Nokia shareholders approve Microsoft deal
  33. U.S. launches investigation into Tesla Model S fires
  34. ThyssenKrupp pays Deutsche Bahn damages over cartel: paper
  35. 50 A380s? We could have bought 10 more, says Emirates
  36. Sysco unit settles charges it overbilled U.S. military for produce
  37. My Daughter Defaulted on the Parent Plus Loan I Signed For
  38. Microsoft's Gates says 'pleased with progress' of CEO search
  39. Exclusive: Barclays weighs index unit sale after MSCI approach - sources
  40. Raytheon says in final talks on Qatar Patriot deal
  41. Jury selection begins in SAC Capital's Steinberg criminal trial
  42. It's Business, and It Is Personal, So Own It!
  43. 3 Business Tax Moves to Make Now
  44. The French Take Way More Vacation Than You, Still Feel 'Deprived'
  45. Devon Energy near $6 billion deal for GeoSouthern: source
  46. Monte Paschi's top shareholder would not welcome January capital hike
  47. CME Group digs in on fee increases as brokers protest
  48. Business Not as Usual
  49. Will We Ever Have a Life Without Owing Sallie Mae?
  50. No, Obama Did Not Fake The Unemployment Rate
  51. The HECM Reverse Mortgage Program Gets a Makeover
  52. U.S. lawyer denies bribery at trial in Chevron-Ecuador case
  53. Analysis: Some funds lift cash levels as U.S. stocks' reversal feared
  54. ThyssenKrupp in exclusive talks on sale of U.S. steel plant
  55. As big automakers go electric, Mazda squeezes more from gasoline engines
  56. U.S. court questions ex-GE bankers' bid-rigging convictions
  57. Diageo to launch new bourbons, doesn't need Beam Inc
  58. Spain launches sale of nationalized lender NCG Banco
  59. Stocks edge lower after earnings from retailers
  60. Yellen reiterates support for Fed's bond buying
  61. Untangling the Libor and Forex Scandals
  62. What Is Libor and Why Should I Care?
  63. Learn to Leave Your Phone in the Other Room So You Can Both Recharge
  64. Make Wall Street Pay, Restore Our Communities
  65. How Competition Can Grow Your Business
  66. August 15, 1971
  67. Blah-humbug: Leaked Trade Agreement Shows (Surprise!) U.S. Looking Out for Its Intere
  68. I Filed My Own Bankruptcy. My Private Student Loans Were Not Discharged
  69. 6 Tips for Tax-smart Charitable Giving
  70. Yahoo increases share buyback authorization by $5 billion
  71. Microsoft Store Black Friday 2013 deals
  72. J&J unit to pay $2.5 billion in U.S. hip implant settlement
  73. ResCap presents creditor payout plan to judge, criticizes bondholders
  74. U.S. Navy committed to F-35 despite talks about more F/A-18 buys
  75. Weak earnings send US stocks slightly lower
  76. IKEA execs charged over snooping allegations
  77. Gritty and Great: Candid Business Advice from Great Clips CEO
  78. Living With Purpose: The Key Ingredient to Meaningful Work
  79. Women Helping Women
  80. Educational Opportunity? Globe University's Murky Student Loan Partnership With Debt
  81. How to Work ON Your Business--Not Just In It
  82. My Computer School Went Out of Business. I Have Student Loans
  83. HuffPost CEO Jimmy Maymann On Hiring: 'Play The Long Game'
  84. Trader gets 30 months in prison for $1 billion Apple stock scheme
  85. Bernanke: Fed committed to easy policy for as long as needed
  86. Brazil's BNDES refuses to extend loan to OSX
  87. Stocks edge lower after disappointing earnings
  88. Obama Administration Maps Out Detour Around HealthCare.gov
  89. How to Get Big Fast and Do More Good
  90. From Adversity to Transformation: Can Financial Services Marketers Show the Way?
  91. "Finding Work" Reader's FAQ
  92. Sexing Up the Middle-Skill
  93. Hardwired or Re-Wired?
  94. JPMorgan says 'mea culpa' in $13 billion settlement with U.S.
  95. Bernanke: Public transparency vital to Fed policy
  96. Bernanke: Fed committed to easy policy for as long as needed
  97. Roark Capital Group to buy CKE Restaurants from Apollo
  98. Analysis: U.S. retailers brace for margin hit from holiday discounts
  99. How to Get Into the 800+ Credit Score Club
  100. J&J to pay $2.5B to settle hip replacement suits
  101. Keeping Our Promises: Manufacturers Must Pay Rebates & Build Meaningful Connections
  102. Little Steps to a Big Change: 5 Easy Ways to Improve Your Credit in 15 Minutes Or Les
  103. Dollar pressured, shares supported by Bernanke comments
  104. Dow, S&P retreat for second day; Best Buy weighs
  105. Japan economy gets fresh impetus as exports log biggest rise in three years
  106. Mazda CEO says to begin production at key Mexico plant from January
  107. JPMorgan $13B deal may not end bank's legal woes
  108. Average credit card debt per borrower falls in 3Q
  109. General Motors banking on the Colorado to be player in mid-sized trucks
  110. China central bank suggests faster tempo for freeing yuan
  111. Crossover rollouts continue with Porsche, Ford concept at LA show
  112. China reforms will help ease local government debt burdens: official
  113. Stocks falter after OECD cuts growth forecast
  114. Toyota vows fuel cell model by 2015 in green push
  115. Mazda's new Mexico plant a key foreign base, to start Jan
  116. Nissan unfazed by EV delays, dismisses rivals' fuel cell targets
  117. Deutsche Bank appeals against Libor unfair dismissal case
  118. ECB shouldn't signal next move so soon after cut: Weidmann
  119. Solid Spain recovery will smooth budget road - minister
  120. Global Markets Are Not Prepared for the German Election
  121. How to Find Hidden Jobs
  122. The Question of Mainstreaming Impact Investing
  123. Bedtime Stories of Rattlesnakes, Coyotes, Mountain Lions
  124. Videology's Jana Eisenstein: Video Programmatic is Big in Europe, RTB is Next
  125. Go Bonus: It's More Important Now Than Ever
  126. Being Human vs. Getting Sued Is a False Choice in HR
  127. Immigrants: Assets, Not Liabilities
  128. Lowe's 3Q results rise, lifts fiscal 2013 outlooks
  129. Russian crash investigators find voice recorder
  130. Lowe's raises outlook as housing rebound boosts sales
  131. Staples quarterly sales fall 4 percent
  132. Hundreds of Chinese workers protest after Microsoft Nokia deal
  133. Mercedes-Benz builds a stunning concept supercar for Gran Turismo anniversary
  134. Futures mixed as retailers post quarterly numbers
  135. J.C. Penney's 3Q loss widens; sales even out
  136. BoE minutes show unanimity on policy
  137. Deere profit beats estimates
  138. Britain's Cameron: Alarm bells should have rung over Co-op's Flowers
  139. Wall Street banks must abandon 'cottage industry' model: McKinsey
  140. Deloitte granted leave to appeal record MG Rover fine
  141. [$$] J.C. Penney Loss Widens as Sales Fall
  142. It's Easier To Get Into Harvard Than To Get A Job At These Walmarts
  143. [$$] Staples Reports Profit Despite Weak Demand
  144. Retail sales beat forecasts, point to firming growth
  145. Qualcomm's new mobile processor brings 4K to your pocket
  146. Existing home sales drop to lowest level since June
  147. US existing home sales fall 3.2 pct. in October
  148. Devon Energy buying Eagle Ford assets for $6B
  149. Stocks edge higher after retail spending increases
  150. Markets remain lackluster in run up to Fed minutes
  151. Fed's Bernanke scores 8/10 from economists on his way out
  152. J.C. Penney sees holiday quarter comparable sales improving
  153. Devon to buy GeoSouthern Eagle Ford assets for $6 billion
  154. U.S. business inventories post largest gain in eight months
  155. U.S. aircraft moved from Dubai Airshow ahead of storm
  156. Bob Kerry and Private Equity Owner Defend For-Profit Colleges Without Disclosing Fina
  157. Harvard and Brown Fail Moral Leadership Exam
  158. Dealpolitik: Dish Governance Mess Shows Weakness of Corporate Legal System
  159. Can Boomers Save This Holiday Season?
  160. The Incredible Shrinking Airline Industry
  161. Stocks edge higher following retail sales increase
  162. No national launch for McRib amid menu changeup
  163. US business stockpiles up 0.6 percent in September
  164. [$$] Devon Confirms GeoSouthern Deal
  165. How To Hire The Best: Are Job Applicants Looking for a Job or a Career? Do They Know
  166. [$$] Devon Nears GeoSouthern Deal
  167. 3 Things Missing From Women's Bike Apparel and How We're Changing It
  168. Teslas at Costco: Welcome to California -- U.S. Economy of the Future
  169. How DHL Instilled A Customer-Focused Mentality Among Its Employees
  170. Shareholders raise surveillance concerns at AT&T, Verizon
  171. Gov't to require seat belts on large buses
  172. Analysis: Slowing buybacks could spell trouble for U.S. stocks
  173. Stocks higher following retail sales increase
  174. House set to OK bills to speed oil, gas drilling
  175. Trade war 'unavoidable' if EU airline emissions plan blocked: lawmaker
  176. Analysis: U.S. retailers brace for margin hit from holiday discounts
  177. 'Historic' JPMorgan Settlement Won't Help Most Of The Neediest Cases
  178. McDonald's Tells Workers To Take Vacations Many Can't Afford
  179. If You Shop on Thanksgiving, You Are Part of the Problem
  180. Options Traders Remain Optimistic on Retailers into Holiday
  181. Slack economy raises stimulus question for ECB
  182. WTO closes in on landmark trade reform
  183. EADS to cut up to 20 percent of Airbus Defense & Space jobs: paper
  184. ECB nominates France's Nouy to chair banks supervisor
  185. Marlboro maker Philip Morris to enter e-cigarette business in 2014
  186. Lockheed sees more clarity on Saudi naval buy in next months
  187. Larry Summers' Desperate Depression-Fighting Idea May Soon Be Reality
  188. Current State of Digital Marketing: Integration Is Key
  189. You Can No Longer Fake It Until You Make It
  190. Dell Venue 8 Pro review
  191. Scandal-hit Co-op Bank to face independent probe
  192. Minutes: Fed could slow bond buys in coming months
  193. Stocks fall after Fed meeting minutes
  194. Fed officials felt taper may happen at next few meetings-minutes
  195. Lockheed sees more clarity on Saudi naval buy in next months
  196. Exclusive: Silver Lake hires banks for Mercury Payment IPO - sources
  197. VW wants German-style labor model at U.S. plant, but workers must vote
  198. U.S. regulator fines Cash America over debt collection
  199. Force Corporations to Reveal Worker Pay? Think of the Children!
  200. Will Small Businesses Benefit From SEC's New Crowdfunding Rules?
  201. How Our Team of Always-on Consultants Learned to Unplug
  202. Microsoft wants to sell you anti-Google mugs and t-shirts
  203. Tumblr revamped for iOS 7 with new look, auto-complete tags, and faster reblogging
  204. Worries of a Fed pullback sends stocks lower
  205. Hydrogen cars could be headed to showroom near you
  206. House OKs bill to speed oil, gas drilling
  207. Solid Oct. retail sales lift hopes for US economy
  208. Tribune to cut 700 jobs at its newspaper division
  209. On China's roads, where luxury risks becoming ordinary
  210. Ally Financial repays $5.9 billion in bailout aid: Treasury
  211. Foreign investors eye airports as Indonesia rolls out welcome mat
  212. Tribune Co. to cut 700 jobs at newspaper division
  213. Judge holds key to editor's job at Philly Inquirer
  214. Small retailers plan to party till they profit
  215. Chrysler adds four underwriters as it eyes December IPO: sources
  216. Peugeot, Renault to end production alliance in France
  217. Hungary's competition watchdog fines banks for cartel
  218. Retailers agree on inspection standards for Bangladesh factories
  219. Yum Brands to combine U.S., international business units
  220. [$$] Sears Appears to Be a Stuffed Turkey
  221. Yellen says Fed will weigh compliance extension for Volcker rule
  222. SAC Capital manager's insider trading trial starts
  223. Goldman Sachs burned by bad currency bets in third quarter
  224. SAC's Steinberg sought 'illegal edge,' prosecutor tells jurors
  225. Mexico Pemex CEO criticizes Repsol chairman's pay
  226. Jury ends Day 2 of Samsung-Apple deliberations
  227. Ford betting iconic Mustang will lure overseas buyers
  228. Toyota sees U.S. industry growth slowing by half in 2014
  229. U.S. hedge fund advisor pleads guilty to child porn charges
  230. House panel passes bill targeting 'patent trolls'
  231. China factory growth slows in November, weakens quarterly outlook
  232. BOJ maintains massive stimulus, rosy economic outlook
  233. Honda unveils nameless car, says fuel cell drive to take time
  234. Exclusive: Mindich's Eton Park cuts fees, creates more liquid share class
  235. U.S. rejects Fairholme's proposal to recapitalize Fannie, Freddie
  236. Insight: Big trucks still rule Detroit in energy-conscious era
  237. Bank trading rule under fire, Fed says could delay
  238. Beaujolais vineyards aim to be more than 'Nouveau'
  239. Just 10 percent of Calif. car chargers delivered
  240. Credit Suisse sets up Swiss subsidiary as crisis lifeboat
  241. NJ becoming 3rd state to offer Internet gambling
  242. Belarus to extradite Uralkali CEO to Russia
  243. Dubai air show closed due to rain, local flooding
  244. Lexus launches face-lifted CT 200h in China
  245. Greek economy seen contracting less this year
  246. Survey shows eurozone recovery slowing further
  247. Iran: Difficult differences at nuke talks
  248. Sears 3Q loss widens as sales soften at stores
  249. Greece predicts economy to grow again in 2014
  250. Fragile global recovery stumbles as Europe, China falter