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Beware: Alibaba IPO isn't really selling Alibaba
• Alibaba may raise IPO price: reports
• Alibaba can’t join in S&P 500 after IPO
• You'll be able to buy Alibaba near its IPO price
• How Alibaba became Yahoo’s golden ticket
• Alibaba IPO should worry Amazon investors
Why you don't need a fortune to retire happy
• How to pick the right funds in your 401(k)
• 7 fatal flaws in 401(k) plans
• In retirement savings, the poor get poorer
• Who really pays for nursing-home care?
• Social Security's hidden Medicare penalty
• Don’t gift heirs until you’ve answered this
$650,000 lunch with Buffett delivers plateful of lessons
• Berkshire's Munger defends Burger King deal
Aida Hedson is 104 and has something to tell us
Born in 1910, she has lived in Mexico, England, Venezuela, Trinidad and the U.S. This is what she’s learned. And what she can teach us.
• HSBC confirms $550 million FHFA settlement
• India's economy looks like China's in 2001
• Cost of Detroit's bankruptcy hits $126 million
• Latest Ukraine war victim: its economy
• Allianz to sell U.S. insurance unit
• Best Trading Deck advice
• Apple tops week's market-moving events
• 10 Nasdaq stocks that are up 240% in 2014
7 surefire ways to waste your money
You're working hard to build your fortune. Avoid these seven traps that could cause you to lose it.
Scotland referendum too close
to call: polls
Three new polls says next week's election asking Scots whether they want to leave the United Kingdom is too close to predict.
• Scottish independence vote going down to wire
U.K. vows action after latest beheading
British aid worker is third captive to be beheaded in front of Islamic State cameras. P.M. Cameron says U.K. will respond to terrrist group.
• Kerry: Arab nations may join airstrikes
• U.S. now at 'war' with Islamic State: report
Sinopec plans to sell almost 30% of retail unit
Move comes in response to government mandate to state companies to open themselves to private investment.
China's economic data raise red flags
Alarming reports led by manufacturing growth sinking to lowest level since 2008 recession. Data may test government's tolerance of slower economic growth.
• China Jan.-Aug. home sales down nearly 11%
• China crude steel output rises 1% on year
This is the interest rate you should care about
Commentary: Americans have mostly missed the fact that the interest rate that may be most important to them isn’t low at all, writes Chuck Jaffe.
• What the Fed’s dot plot on rates may show
These 10 boring stocks will beat your portfolio
Analysis: Trendy companies tend to be volatile, which hurts performance, writes Mark Hulbert.
10 things Apple won’t tell you
"We're running out of ideas" and nine other things Apple won't say.
Australia's S&P/ASX 200 down 0.7% at 5,491.10 early
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