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• 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?
5 big-shots who lied on their resumes
20 amazing and affordable post-summer vacations
5 of retail’s most offensive clothing designs
What’s happening today in Scotland and when
• Craig Stephen: Scots may call London’s bluff
• Matthew Lynn: Good riddance, Scotland
• Scottish banks show their true colors
• Scotland: As vital to U.K. as Texas is to U.S.
• Protect your portfolio against a Scottish exit
• Scotland votes on U.K. exit
• FTSE 100 rises as Scots head to polls
November surprise: Senate stays in Democratic hands
• Democrats turn on Debbie Wasserman Schultz
• Tax-reform talk with Boehner — and wine
Tim Cook: Data safe with us — unlike some people
• Real reason people wait in line for new iPhones
• UBS analyst says Apple Watch will pay off
• iOS 8 review: Like a new phone for free
• Apple's iOS 8: Time to clear out digital attic
• Why iPhone 6's bigger screen is better
Elon Musk: Homes will run on thermostat-like devices
• Competition for Elon Musk’s SolarCity
• Musk sees autonomous car ready in 5-6 years
College football’s most and least expensive towns
• IMF sounds alarm on stock prices with 2 charts
• S&P 500, Dow close at record highs
• Senate passes bill to keep government open
• McDonald's raises quarterly dividend by 5%
• JetBlue CEO to step down in February
• Clorox names Benno Dorer CEO
• AOL shares jump on Yahoo merger speculation
• Costco ditches Amex at its Canadian stores
• Obama plans to tightly control strikes on Syria
• Attackers target 90 brokerages and advisers
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
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.
China bigwigs run in fear from MBA school
While in the West, a Executive Masters of Business Administration degree can help your career, but in China, it can land you in prison, or so fear some.
• Falling yen is weaker tonic for Japan
Sears should liquidate: Credit Suisse
Credit Suisse analyst says Sears story "not likely to have a happy ending."
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
7 things you didn’t know about billionaires
Where do the uber-rich live, go to college and make their money?
Why Sony is worth much more than the market realizes
Commentary: Much of the bad fundamentals are already baked into the Sony stock at a $20 billion market cap, writes Cody Willard.
Wall Street returns to its evil ways
Opinion: You'd have expected banks and brokers to clean up their acts, says David Weidner.
ECB gets another shove toward QE
First Take: Mario Draghi’s options narrow as banks shun the offering of cheap four-year loans.
Yellen: Poorest in U.S. live in ‘sobering’ conditions
Condition of lower-income families in grim even as the economy recovers, Janet Yellen says Thursday.
• Fed data on retirement saving: It’s dismal
Charlie Munger, the Calpers exit and you
RetireMentors: Here's how money-manager shifts affect your ability to retire on time, by Mitch Tuchman.
• Arends: Be like Calpers, dump hedge funds
• Weidner: Hedge funds are losing their luster
• Calpers to exit hedge funds
10 stocks for activist investors’ hit list
Analysis: Philip van Doorn spotlights comglomerates that activists could demand better performance from.
• 10 solid stocks for risk-averse investors
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’
Jeff Bezos wants to take one giant leap for mankind
Commentary: Bezos squaring off with Elon Musk for space supremacy, writes Therese Poletti.
• Why so many billionaires are going to space
• Musk ‘deeply honored’ by NASA contract
CEO says Pier 1 has been ‘in the dumb camp’
CEO Alex Smith's sobering remarks may be heeded by rivals.
Unhappy month for gold bugs
In most years, September is seasonally a strong month for gold. N
Five ‘soul- destroying’ jobs
Think you've had your share of bad jobs? Try being a collections agent on 9/11.
• One in 10 Americans’ paychecks gets docked
Senate passes bill keeping government open until Dec. 11
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