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• Republicans rip into Obama over inversion clampdown
• Companies would have to ‘settle their tab’ before leaving U.S.
• Munger defends Burger King | Alternative take on Buffett, Burger King
• How a Burger King–style inversion can derail your retirement
• Facebook revamps ads, steps up vs. Google
Alibaba’s Jack Ma is now China’s richest person
• Mark Hulbert: Is Alibaba IPO a market-top sign?
• Don't read too much into Alibaba as market sign
• Weidner: Where the Alibaba IPO went wrong
• Alibaba may double IPO price in a year: MKM
GM to spin off Cadillac, parking it in Manhattan
• Where gas prices are under $3 this week
• Electric cars get push from Jerry Brown
New ways to profit from renting out family homes
• Home prices rise 0.1% in July: FHFA
• Concerns over Fannie, Freddie inaction
• Investors’ role in housing market shrinks
Why gold is now
tarnished for good Commentary: An improving economy is reducing safe-haven demand, writes Jeff Reeves.
• For gold bugs, it's been an unhappy month
Divorce? The 6 worst money mistakes to make
Getting tax-free income in a Roth IRA for over 50 years
• How to shelter hundreds of millions in an IRA
These are 5 expenses you don’t plan for, but should
• Crowdfund funeral costs for a loved one
Pluses and minuses to consider in ‘farm shares’
• Boomers vs. millennials: The fast-food survey
Procrastinators may get best Thanksgiving airfare
• 20 amazing after-summer vacations
Why it’s often better to retire without a mortgage
• London steals most-expensive crown from H.K.
• Pershing’s Ackman threatens to sue Allergan
• Yara confirms merger talks with CF Industries
• Barclays fined $15 mln for compliance issues
• Deutsche Bank co-CEO charged
• Philips to split into two companies
• Amazon prices 6% lower: William Blair
• Apple Pay: Bullish review from Susquehanna
Russia withdraws troops from eastern Ukraine
NATO says Russia has withdrawn a sizable number of troops from eastern Ukraine.
Investing like a Rockefeller means no oil
Analysis: Oil helped make the family rich, but, notes Philip van Doorn, times have changed dramatically.
• Investors, companies back carbon pricing
• Companies map L.A. green-energy plan
• Siemens gets piece of billion-dollar L.A. plan
• Paul Farrell: Climate isn’t the real time bomb
1.4 million cases of Ebola forecast by January
CDC says the outbreak could skyrocket to between 550,000 and 1.4 million cases by 2015.
Bogle wants to make your nest egg 65% bigger
All-index-fund 401(k) system would give savings an enormous boost, the Vanguard founder says.
10 things retirees won’t tell you
There are more U.S. retirees than ever before, and their problems are becoming everyone's problems.
• Caffeinate retirement with low-cost funds
• How to survive 4 major retirement hazards
Summer 2014’s lines ended at Apple Store
This summer was worth waiting for. And wait we have. For everything from Shakespeare to craft beer to the iPhone 6.
President notes support of Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Qatar and the United Arab Emirates.
• U.S., allies launch airstrikes against ISIS/ISIL
• U.S. airstrikes in Syria push Treasurys higher
• Israel shoots down Syrian fighter jet
• Bin Laden son-in-law gets life in prison
Obama’s strategy meets reality in Iraq and Syria
Analysis: Destroying an ideologically driven movement is very difficult, Stratfor emphasizes.
Gingrich lashes out at Obama, then says oops
Why did Newt Gingrich think the president had characterized airstrike pilots as “courteous”?
What we all need to know about ‘sleeper cells’
Analysis: Islamic State so far has no experience in establishing agents abroad, writes Scott Stewart.
Companies are selling lots of debt, but theire debt load isn’t growing as fast as one might think.
Pace of dollar rise may be latest Fed worry
Fed officials are usually reluctant to talk about the dollar, leaving such discussions to Treasury.
• Irwin Kellner: Strong dollar a mixed blessing
• Dollar sets up for ‘great bull run’
• This dollar chart should worry you
Everyone is a genius in a Fed-induced stock rally
Opinion: Watch for the "high-five effect," warns Michael Sincere.
• Are stocks overpriced?
• Charts show S&P nearing a market top
Inflation ‘time horizon’ is new wrinkle at Fed
A Fed official suggests the central bank target inflation over a 2-year time horizon.
• Georgetown post for Yellen's Nobelist husband
How ‘best wealth manager’ lists mislead
Opinion: Assets under management are largely meaningless in helping you pick a professional, writes Mark Hurley.
Iron ore headed for a brutal shakeout
Prices are collapsing, but industry leaders are ramping up production. Will they drive high-cost competitors to the wall?
Best-paying jobs for high school grads
As the cost of attending college increases each year, some high school graduates may wonder how well they could do without a college degree.
• Income inequality in 11 Morgan Stanley charts
RadioShack may not have enough power
Opinion: Radio Shack’s efforts to turn its business around may come too late to save the troubled retailer, writes Therese Poletti.
• RadioShack appears to be on life support
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