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  • Jill Kelley Can Move Forward With Lawsuit Over David Petraeus Scandal, Judge Rules

    Jill Kelley Can Move Forward With Lawsuit Over David Petraeus Scandal, Judge RulesWASHINGTON (AP) — A federal judge ruled Monday that a Tampa, Florida, woman can pursue her lawsuit alleging that the government invaded her privacy in the scandal over former

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  • Ranking the Biggest U.S. Banks: A New Entrant in Top 5

    Ranking the Biggest U.S. Banks: A New Entrant in Top 5 Quarter after quarter, year after year since the financial crisis, the rankings of five largest banks have remain boringly consistent: J.P. Morgan Chase & Co., Bank of America Corp., Citigroup Inc

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  • U.S. Hepatitis Problem to Continue Driving These 4 Top Stocks

    For a variety of reasons, the cases of chronic hepatitis in the United States have surged dramatically over the past 20 years. Currently, it is estimated that more than 3.2 million Americans are infected with hepatitis C, and approximately 75% to 85% will develop a chronic infection.

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  • Court Vacates VirnetX Holding Corporation Patent Victory Against Apple Inc., Shares Plummet 50%

    Court Vacates VirnetX Holding Corporation Patent Victory Against Apple Inc., Shares Plummet 50% VirnetX Holding Corporation (NYSE: VHC) cratered Tuesday after a federal appeals court vacated the company's recent victory in a patent suit. A jury in

  • Alibaba investors beware: History not on your side

    Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba is about to launch what may prove the biggest initial public stock offering ever. China's explosive economic rise has delivered virtually nothing to most stock investors. When Chinese companies have listed stocks on American markets, their shares have lost an…

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  • You can't patent movies or music. So why are there software patents?

    As the courts increasingly flirt with excluding software from patent protection, a common argument from software patent supporters is that wholesale abolition of software patents is a crude way to deal with the system's problems. People shouldn't have to hire a patent lawyer before they start…
  • Europe shares close down ahead of Fed, Scotland

    Europe shares close down ahead of Fed, Scotland European shares closed lower on Tuesday with investors looking ahead to a key Federal Reserve policy meeting this week as well as a referendum on Scottish independence. Fed watched The pan-European Euro

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  • Alibaba raises IPO price range on strong demand

    Alibaba now plans to raise up to $25.03 billion in its upcoming IPO, making what was expected to be the biggest stock market debut even bigger. Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. has emerged as a hot commodity because of its e-commerce bazaar, a shopping magnet for businesses and consumers alike as China's…

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  • RF Micro: Brean Ups Estimates on iPhone Contribution; China Situation Easing

    Brean Capital analyst Mike Burton this morning reiterates a Buy rating on shares of wireless chip maker RF Micro Devices (RFMD), and a $14 price target, after raising estimates to account for a greater contribution in coming quarters from Apple's (AAPL) new iPhone 6 models, as well as the trailing…
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    What You Need to Know Before Buying Alibaba Shares

    Investors hoping to make a killing when Alibaba debuts its IPO should keep a few finer details in mind. The Intelligent Investor columnist Jason Zweig discusses on the News Hub with Sara Murray.

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  • BofA Execs Promise Restraint on Mortgages

    Corp. executives seem to have a sort of mantra on some of their old mortgage practices: We won't do In a presentation Tuesday, the two new co-heads of Bank of America's consumer banking behemoth noted how in years past, their firm had run after non-customers and boosted its mortgage machine by…

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  • Occidental in $190 million settlement to clean up New Jersey river

    The agreement, which is subject to approval by New Jersey Superior Court, will bring to $355 million the total amount recovered by the state in litigation over the blighted waterway that flows through northern New Jersey, the Department of Environmental Protection said. "Our objective throughout…

  • 5 Big Financial Stocks to Boost Your Gains in September

    For the unfamiliar, technical analysis is a way for investors to quantify qualitative factors, such as investor psychology, based on a stock's price action and trends. Up first is Royal Bank of Canada Basically, as Royal Bank of Canada bounces in between those two technically significant price…
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  • NY attorney general sues Actavis and Forest Labs over Alzheimer's drug

    The attorney general of New York filed a lawsuit against Actavis Plc and its subsidiary to stop the companies from discontinuing its Alzheimer's drug, alleging that they were trying to maintain a monopoly position illegally. Eric Schneiderman, New York's attorney general, alleges that Actavis and…

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    Cramer: Keep eye on APPL, FB, & more

    Mad Money's Jim Cramer outlines stocks investors should consider buy ahead of the Alibaba IPO.

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  • China regulator questions Toyota Lexus division over parts pricing - sources

    China's price regulator has summoned executives from Toyota Motor Corp over pricing policies and practices for spare and replacement parts at its luxury Lexus division, people with direct knowledge of the matter said. The questioning coincided with the first-ever punishments of foreign automakers…

  • Burger King wants Hawaii needle lawsuit dismissed

    Burger King wants to dismiss a lawsuit alleging there were needles in a sandwich after the former soldier who made the claim didn't attend a settlement conference. Clark Bartholomew sued after he said he was injured in 2010 when he bit into a Triple Stacker from a Burger King on a Hawaii base. The…

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  • Mobius: Not worried about China hard landing

    While recent economic data out of China has painted a grim picture of the world's second largest economy, Mark Mobius says he's not worried about a hard landing. "I'm not worried because at 6 or 7 percent [growth], it's [still] huge," Mobius, the executive chairman at Franklin Templeton, told CNBC…

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    Clearly, unfortunately, China has air pollution problems. China's top planning agency has just announced it's banning the use of high ash/high sulfur coal (low-quality coal) starting in 2015 as it continues its air pollution battle. In other words, the National Development and Reform Commission in…
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  • Tata Steel Said to Import Ore After Biggest Mine Is Shut

    Tata Steel Ltd. (TATA) is poised to import a record amount of iron ore for its India operations after the government ordered its biggest mine in the country to shut, said people familiar with the matter. Overseas purchases would increase Tata Steel’s iron ore costs at its India operations, which…