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  1. Costco Eying Higher RevenueRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | GuruFocus.com

    When warehouse club operator Costco Wholesale Corporation released its fourth quarter numbers on October 8, it did send a feeling of happiness through its investors as it was a better-than-expected performance with Costco having logged a 7% rise in comparable sales for the quarter. But the best part was that the company wants to earn more for its investors and that's why right now the company has been peaking up its capital expenditure to achieve an aggressive plan which might be a big down payment on future sales growth.

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  2. P&G, Goldman Sachs In $7 Billion Wella Deal TalksRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Investor's Business Daily

    P&G is exploring all options for Wella, which is comprised of professional and trade components, including selling the entire unit or just parts of it. The company has sought to streamline its business this year, saying it plans to shed up to half of its brands.

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  3. There's No Silver Lining in Plunging Oil Prices, but How About Aluminum?Read the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | TheStreet.com

    NEW YORK -- Oil prices' plung e to a four-year low highlights the risks for anyone investing in commodities and the companies that produce them. Commodities -- from iron to coal to soybean to silver, as well as oil -- have been out of favor for years now in what many are seeing as the early stages of an epic glut.

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  4. Editorial: Mauled at the mallRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | New York Daily News

    Here's to a Merry Christmas, a Happy New Year and beyond for the U.S. worker, who's long overdue for some cheer. On this, the Black Friday of 2014, America goes on a holiday shopping spree that accounts annually for roughly one-fifth of all retail spending.

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  5. Suit says Goldman Sachs, others rigged metals pricesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Watersblogged

    Banks Goldman Sachs, HSBC and Standard Bank and a unit of chemical producer BASF conspired to manipulate platinum and palladium prices, according to a US lawsuit filed this week. The class-action suit, filed Tuesday in New York, said the four defendants shared nonpublic information about client purchases and sale orders to manipulate prices for their benefit and to the detriment of plaintiffs.

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  6. Sen. Jim Webb Illustration by Greg Groesch/The Washington TimesRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Washington Times

    It's going to be easy - and fun for some - to dismiss the presidential candidacy of former Virginia Sen. Jim Webb , if he actually decides to run. Mr. Webb announced last week that he has created a presidential exploratory committee as a first step in positioning himself for a bid for the 2016 Democratic nomination.

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  7. Economic recoverya s benefits begin to spread to lower-income familiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Wichita Eagle

    Lower-wage workers saw bigger pay gains over the past year than the highest earners, reversing the trend from earlier stages of the recovery, according to economists at RBS Securities and Goldman Sachs. While the improvement is nascent and minimal, the plunge in fuel prices is magnifying the effects.

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  8. New Brazilian finance minister faces testRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Financial Times

    When speculation began to gather steam last week that Brazil's centre-left government would appoint former treasury secretary Joaquim Levy as finance minister, opposition leader AA cio Neves joked that it would be like appointing a CIA chief to head the KGB. Mr Neves, the pro-business PSDB party leader who narrowly lost an election to Ms Rousseff and her Workers' Party, or PT, last month, may not be far off the mark.

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  9. Is Washington training a rebel army to "Occupy" Syria?Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Russia Taday

    Think regime change in Syria is off the drawing board? Think again. The bombing of the ISIL or ISIS in Syria is part of a brinkmanship campaign leading up to a potential non-conventional invasion, parallel to the re-introduction of the US military to Iraq.

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  10. M&A Advisory Business Boutiques: How The Small Shops Are Capturing Large M&A DealsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Investopedia

    The Merger and Acquisition advisory is a big business, which has traditionally been dominated by the global investment banks and large accountancy firms. Of late, a new trend is taking shape where small sized M&A advisory shops, commonly called M&A advisory boutiques, are increasingly capturing big ticket M&A advisory deals from bigger players.

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  11. Suit says Goldman Sachs, others rigged...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Bangkok Post

    Banks Goldman Sachs, HSBC and Standard Bank and a unit of chemical producer BASF conspired to manipulate platinum and palladium prices, according to a US lawsuit filed this week. Banks Goldman Sachs, HSBC and Standard Bank and a unit of chemical producer BASF conspired to manipulate platinum and palladium prices, a US lawsuit says The class-action suit, filed Tuesday in New York, said the four defendants shared nonpublic information about client purchases and sale orders to manipulate prices for their benefit and to the detriment of plaintiffs.

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  12. HSBC, Goldman rigged metals' prices for years, suit saysRead the original story

    Yesterday | Thanh Nein News

    Goldman Sachs Group Inc. and HSBC Holdings Plc were sued in New York over claims they conspired for eight years to manipulate prices for the precious metals platinum and palladium in what plaintiffs' lawyers say is the first such class-action lawsuit in the U.S. Standard Bank Group Ltd. and a metals unit of BASF SE , the world's largest chemical company, were also sued. The four companies used inside information about client purchases and sale orders to profit from price movements for the metals used in products ranging from jewelry to cars, according to a complaint filed yesterday in Manhattan federal court.

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  13. The Looting Our Politicians Don't CondemnRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Daily Kos

    Over the last couple of days, we've seen politicians, most notably President Obama, condemn the acts of looting that have taken place amidst the protests against the miscarriage of justice in Ferguson and the systemic racial biases and abuses in policing. However, not all looting is created equal in the eyes of our politicians.

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  14. Goldman Sachs Bullish On Indian Rupee Through 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Barron's

    India's rupee has been a relative outperformer compared to other emerging market currencies this year, and Goldman Sachs' Tushar Poddar sees that strength continuing through 2015. In a note out today, Poddar writes that the rupee should continue to appreciate next year, given India's $50 billion balance-of-payment surplus.

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  15. Lawsuit Alleges Palladium, Platinum Prices ManipulatedRead the original story

    Wednesday | WRKO-AM Brighton

    Goldman Sachs, HSBC Holdings, Standard Bank Group and BASF have been accused of manipulating platinum and palladium prices in a lawsuit filed in New York by a jeweler.

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  16. Fifth Street Finance Corp. Appoints Todd G. Owens to the Board of DirectorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | GlobeNewswire

    Fifth Street Finance Corp. today announced that Todd G. Owens has been appointed to the Board of Directors, effective November 26, 2014. His appointment brings the number of directors on the Board to nine, five of whom are independent.

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  17. .com | Market is riggedRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | News24

    I have been watching this dance for the last three years'. In the morning when the Asian markets have been open, the prices have risen.

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  18. Another Wall Street titan cashes in with top job at Treasury Dept.Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 22 | Washington Examiner

    Wall Street is taking a page from professional sports by offering its stars huge bonuses for sparkling performance - only the goal is getting an influential job in the federal government instead of hitting home runs or throwing touchdowns. Antonio Weiss is the latest example of this process, according to the Project on Government Oversight.

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  19. Tibco merger vote can proceed despite $100 million error -judgeRead the original story

    Wednesday | Reuters

    Tibco Software Inc can proceed with a shareholder vote next week on its proposed $4.2 billion buyout by private equity firm Vista Equity Partners, despite an erroneous share count that initially overvalued the deal by $100 million, a Delaware judge said. Delaware Chancellor Andre Bouchard on Tuesday ruled that a shareholder seeking a preliminary injunction had failed to establish that Tibco and Vista agreed the merger would be consummated for an overall amount rather than at a price per share.

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  20. Schumer steps up as the head of the Hillary caucusRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Washington Examiner

    Buzz Cut: a Schumer steps up as the head of the Hillary caucus a Obama threatens veto of bipartisan tax deal a Circle shrinks for Hagel replacement a Mitt pulls ahead in new Q Poll a Groan and wishbone SCHUMER STEPS UP AS THE HEAD OF THE HILLARY CAUCUS It sounded odd that Sen. Charles Schumer , D-N.Y., the man who perhaps most aggressively represents Wall Street's interests in the Senate, was advertising a speech in which he would urge the Democratic Party to "embrace government." The two entities would pretty well have to get naked to get any closer, but there's always appeal among ideologues for the belief that more ideological purity is the answer to political problems.

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