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Thu, 29 Sep 2016 15:45:00 GMT

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At least 3 dead, 100 injured after train crashes into Hoboken station in New Jersey
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A photo of the train crash in Hoboken, New Jersey, on Thursday morning. Courtesy Annmarie Mercieri. Annmarie Mercieri, a Hoboken resident, was at the station when the crash occurred. "I heard a lot of screeching and a big impact," she told Business ...

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Thu, 29 Sep 2016 13:17:25 GMT

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A Chinese company has been allegedly undermining the security of the Internet
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Researchers at Mozilla put together a lengthy technical analysis of their findings, which accuse the Shenzhen-based WoSign of handing out certificates for websites to people who had no business getting them or backdating their date of issuance to get ...

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Thu, 29 Sep 2016 14:51:23 GMT

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Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf is back on Capitol Hill to get grilled by Congress
Business Insider
... 5,300 employees fired during the course of the scandal were fired for ethics violations, not sales goals. Stumpf also clarified that the company had sales goals, not quotas. Stumpf also said that there were no product sales goals in the small ...
California Suspends 'Business Relationships' With Wells FargoBloomberg
California suspends business ties with Wells FargoCBS News
Wells Fargo CEO grilled again; oil rises after Opec deal – business liveThe Guardian

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Thu, 29 Sep 2016 14:55:00 GMT

Forbes

Apple Sellsiders Desperately Trying To Drum Up Business
Forbes
So, price target lowered from $115 per share to $114 per share. Maintain Outperform. Current share price is $113.95 per share as of yesterday's closing level. How does any analyst with even the slightest skill set justify this sort of report? For a $1 ...

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Wed, 28 Sep 2016 19:27:42 GMT

Wall Street Journal

BlackBerry Outsourcing Handset Business
Wall Street Journal
Now, by jettisoning handset development, Mr. Chen will face increasing pressure to demonstrate the viability of his plan to grow the struggling company's software and services business, which grew at a slower-than-expected pace in the second quarter.
BlackBerry Admits Defeat And Exits Smartphone Manufacturing BusinessForbes
After using BlackBerry's last big phone for a month, I understand why it diedBusiness Insider
What Apple thinks about Blackberry killing its phone businessYahoo News
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Wed, 28 Sep 2016 18:25:05 GMT

Business Insider

Apple just made a huge deal to push the iPhone into big businesses
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This is a big deal for Apple and Deloitte alike: The biggest enterprises in the world all turn to Deloitte to help them integrate new technologies into the way they do business. With the iPhone continuing to dominate the smartphone market, demand among ...
Apple's new partnership shows that it means businessTechRadar
Apple and Deloitte team up to accelerate business transformation on iPhone and iPadApple Newsroom

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Thu, 29 Sep 2016 12:05:28 GMT

Washington Post

Here's what a study of Russian business leaders in politics can tell us about Donald Trump
Washington Post
In fact, about one-quarter of the 113th Congress came right from business into political office, and many leaders tout their business records as credible political experience, such as Mitt Romney and Michael Bloomberg. And the United States is not unique.

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Thu, 29 Sep 2016 15:15:54 GMT

Salon

Marco Rubio 'Deeply Concerned' About Possible Donald Trump Cuba Business
ABC News
The report says the Trump-owned company secretly conducted business on the island under Fidel Castro's communist regime. According to Newsweek, Trump Hotels and Casino Resorts paid a consulting firm to help the company in the event the U.S. ...
Report: Donald Trump broke Cuba embargo, knowingly conducted illegal business in Communist countrySalon
Donald Trump conducted illegal business in Communist Cuba: reportNew York Daily News

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Thu, 29 Sep 2016 14:02:48 GMT

Business Insider

The app that lets you trade stocks without paying any fees is now giving out lines of credit
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Robinhood, the app that lets you trade stocks without paying any fees, is rolling out a premium tier called Robinhood Gold that starts at $10 per month and gives users access to features like a line of credit and after-hours trading. Robinhood launched ...

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Thu, 29 Sep 2016 09:13:21 GMT

Politico

Bill Clinton's unfinished business in Israel
Politico
“Anybody who was around the former president over the years on this issue knows the sense of personal frustration, that this was a goal that eluded him, that it was unfinished business from his presidency,” says Jeremy Ben-Ami, president of J Street, a ...

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