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Apple Reacts To NYTimes Tax Accusations

Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) reacted to a New York Times article which detailed the manner in which it lowers its own corporate taxes and those of its workers. The newspaper did not ...
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Gas Price Jump Higher Again, Toward $5

The chance that trouble in Iran could press gas price for regular to a $4 average in the US increase by the day. As a matter of fact, The New ...
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Nevada Wallops Bank of America With Sweeping Suit; Nationwide Foreclosure Settlement in Peril

by Paul Kiel ProPublica, Aug. 30, 2011, 5:46 p.m. This post has been updated to reflect Bank of America's response. The state of Nevada dramatically expanded its lawsuit against Bank ...
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Verizon Calling Out New York Times on Google Talk (VZ, GOOG)

Verizon Communications Inc. (NYSE: VZ) has been a huge part of the news flow today over it and Google Inc. (NASDAQ: GOOG) having a business relationship that could threaten net ...
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The Death Of Wall St.

The Wall Street Journal reports that J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. (NYSE:JPM), Citigroup Inc. (NYSE:C), Deutsche Bank AG (NYSE:DB)  and UBS AG are under investigation for allegedly having "misled investors about ...
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If Banks Can Challenge Stress Tests, Are They Really Tests At All?

The purpose of the government's stress tests of the nation's 19 largest banks is to find out which will need capital. The evaluations are based on several artificial, and, perhaps, ...
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For eBay (EBAY) A Chance To Sell Skype And Dump A Problem

The founders of Skype, the huge VoIP service, may buy it back from eBay--for about half the price that they received. It would be a chance for eBay to focus ...
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Retailing’s Little Secret: People Are Spending Less

There are two components to retail sales. The first is the total number of transactions that a business makes. The other is the yield-per-sale. So far this holiday season, total ...
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Auctioning Detroit To The Japanese And Germans (TM)(GM)(F)(HMC)

When it comes to the trouble with the US car industry and a potential government bailout, the first and most important consideration is that no one is at fault. The ...
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T Boone Picken’s Plan To Run American Energy System

T. Boone Pickens plans to ruin the American electricity infrastructure by overloading it with power from his windmill farms. He may have access to cheap energy, but he may not ...
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More Blight For Merck (MRK)

Merck (MRK) and Schering-Plough (SGP) make two of the most widely sold drugs in the world. One is cholesterol drug Zetia. Another is a related drug called Vytorin. The sales ...
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China Begins To Look Like 1980s Japan

Japan hosted the Olympics in 1972, toward the end of a decade in which its economy grew 10%. Now China gets the games and word is that its GDP expansion ...
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HSBC (HBC) Earnings: Storm Flags Go Up For US Banks

HSBC (HBC) is the latest money center bank to be clobbered by more write-downs. For the most recently reported quarter net profit fell to $7.72 billion from $10.9 billion a ...
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Breaking Tradition, Whole Foods (WFMI) Becomes A Discounter

For years, Whole Foods Market (WFMI) was a fast-growing company with an ever-increasing stock price, buoyed by increasing demand for all-natural and organic foods and consumers who were willing and ...
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A Case Against Speculation As Cause Of High Oil Prices

There has been a lot of speculation that speculators have been causing high oil prices.Perhaps demand in India and China do not do much to the rising cost of crude. ...
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