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IPO record breaker Alibaba opens with a 36% premium
• Lines for the iPhone 6 stretch round the world
• The real reason people wait in line for iPhones
• 10 of the most notable things Apple won’t say
How to shelter hundreds of millions in an IRA account
• 7 things you didn’t know about billionaires
• Weidner: Wall Street back to its wicked ways
Common sense wins out in the Scotland referendum
• Scotland votes to stay in U.K.
• Even in saying ‘No,’ Scotland inspires others
• Vote to stir trouble from Athens to Austin: Evans
• Scotland’s vote: What strategists are saying
5 big-shots who lied on their resumes
Oracle’s two CEOs may fuel investor concerns
• Larry Ellison to step aside as Oracle CEO
• Oracle reports earnings of $2.2 billion
• Ellison guided Oracle through major shifts in IT
• 10 things CEOs won’t say
• Does Samsung really need three CEOs?
20 amazing and affordable post-summer vacations
5 of retail’s most offensive clothing designs
Elon Musk: Homes will run on thermostat-like devices
• Competition for Elon Musk’s SolarCity
• Musk sees autonomous car ready in 5-6 years
• Richmond Fed's Lacker objects to MBS plan
• France seeks probe of report on Moody's rating
• SAP to acquire Concur in $8.3 billion deal
• Oracle, Alibaba, Red Hat in focus
• Dresser-Rand Group, JetBlue rally; Oracle falls
• Pound rally loses steam after Scotland vote
• IMF sounds alarm on stock prices with 2 charts
• Costco ditches Amex at its Canadian stores
• Attackers target 90 brokerages and advisers
Why energy stocks are set for a second rally
Opinion: If you missed out on the mega-jump in February, you're in luck, writes Michael Brush.
• 10 stocks for activist investors’ hit list
• 10 solid stocks for risk-averse investors
For first time, Rand Paul votes for military action
In a break from the past, the possible Republican presidential candidate gives his backing to U.S. airstrikes against Islamic militants.
How to invest when the world is in chaos
RetireMentor: Here's what to consider for the global turmoil, says Aaron Katsman.
• Why a portfolio might change when you retire
Here’s the new feminists’ manifesto
Opinion: Women should do things for themselves, rather than look to others for support, says Diana Furchtgott-Roth.
Broncos top NFL arrests for domestic violence
Figures show 12% of NFL player arrests since 2000 were related to domestic violence, with Denver leading the pack.
• College football’s most, least expensive towns
This high-yield ETF is worth a close look
Dave Fry looks at an income-producing ETF that uses a sophisticated stock-investing strategy.
• For gold bugs, it's been an unhappy month
Boeing’s bumpy 787 launch is now paying dividends
Ten years of setbacks taught Boeing lessons it is now profiting from by taking steps to optimize capital, labor and its supply chain.
Home Depot breach bigger than Target’s
The nation’s biggest do-it-yourself retailer says up to 56 million cards may have been hacked.
Tesla and 4 other names to watch for market cues
Trading Deck: Keep an eye on these leaders, writes Kevin Marder.
• 4 stocks to watch from Harry Boxer
Stock, bond traders reading Fed differently?
Bond traders look at Janet Yellen and see a hawk, while stock investors see a dove. Here’s what’s really going on.
• Why investors still don’t believe the Fed’s dots
• Yellen: U.S. poor live in ‘sobering’ conditions
• Fed data on retirement saving: It’s dismal
Sears should liquidate: Credit Suisse
Credit Suisse analyst says Sears story "not likely to have a happy ending."
• CEO says Pier 1 has been ‘in the dumb camp’
Cook: Your data’s safe with Apple, not others
Apple takes a jab at rivals Google and Facebook in a letter to customers about privacy.
• Real reason people wait in line for new iPhones
• Apple's iOS 8: Time to clear out digital attic
• Why iPhone 6's bigger screen is better
7 reasons to be bullish on Microsoft
Opinion: Jeff Reeves points out ways Microsoft has begun to break out, after having disappointed for so long.
• News Corp dubs Google a ‘platform for piracy’
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