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  • [$$] Law firm, Chase Bank Join Forces on Trainee Program @ The Wall Street Journal - 11 minutes ago

    Morgan, Lewis & Bockius has teamed up with client J.P. Morgan Chase to help train new law graduates hired by the bank's legal department in New York.

  • [$$] Gherkin Building Gets a Big Apple Push @ The Wall Street Journal - 15 minutes ago

    Savills Studley and Deloitte have a team in New York marketing 30 St. Mary Axe., a London office tower known as the Gherkin for its pickle-like shape and expected to fetch around $1.1 billion.

  • [$$] What's the Deal: News Digest @ The Wall Street Journal - 20 minutes ago

    A roundup of commercial property transactions from across the tri-state region.

  • Health-Law Advocates to Tweak ACA Marketing Campaign for the Fall @ The Wall Street Journal - 25 minutes ago

    The message for the fall will focus on testimonials from those who have already enrolled and the individual mandate.

  • Radiologists Push for Medical Reports Patients Can Understand @ The Wall Street Journal - 25 minutes ago

    With patients gaining greater access to their health records, a group of radiologists issues a plea for medical reports that eliminate medical mumbo jumbo and are sensitive to patients' feelings.

  • Medical Calculators Use Big Data to Help Patients Make Choices @ The Wall Street Journal - 25 minutes ago

    Doctors are turning to sophisticated clinical calculators that crunch big data to help patients make informed medical decisions.

  • Where (in the Human Body) Venture Capital Is Going @ The Wall Street Journal - 25 minutes ago

    A look at the organs and maladies that are attracting the most interest of startups and venture-capital investors. Hint: Think aging baby boomers.

  • For Dialysis Patients, a Less Clinical Experience @ The Wall Street Journal - 25 minutes ago

    Some dialysis centers are redecorating and offering amenities like custom juice blends and aromatherapy in an effort to dispel the clinical air of a typical dialysis treatment.

  • Many Pediatricians Are Skipping the Sex Talk With Teens @ The Wall Street Journal - 25 minutes ago

    Many pediatricians fail to ask their patients about their sexual history. Poor training and time constraints may be to blame.

  • Should You Get Cancer Screenings? @ The Wall Street Journal - 25 minutes ago

    Doctors on both sides of the "overdiagnosis" debate increasingly say patients should decide for themselves after consulting with a physician.

  • Straight Talk About Palliative Care: What Everyone Should Know @ The Wall Street Journal - 25 minutes ago

    A conversation with the Center to Advance Palliative Care's Director Diane Meier.

  • Some of the nation's top cancer experts say zealous screening and advanced diagnostic tools are encouraging treatments of abnormalities that might never have been life-threatening.

  • [$$] Financial Crisis, Six Years On: Liquidating Lehman @ The Wall Street Journal - 26 minutes ago

    Lehman Brothers Holdings collapsed six years ago, but its work is far from done. Here's a look at where the Lehman liquidation stands today.

  • [$$] Rocket Internet's IPO Apes Alibaba in Shooting for Orbit @ The Wall Street Journal - 26 minutes ago

    Germany's Rocket Internet compares itself to China's Alibaba. But Rocket's idiosyncrasies make valuing it particularly challenging, even by the standards of technology IPOs.

  • [$$] Auction Offers Investors a Wireless Signal @ The Wall Street Journal - 26 minutes ago

    The list of bidders in the government's coming spectrum auction could tell a story about the future of wireless.

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  • [$$] International Banks Increase Cross-Border Lending @ The Wall Street Journal - 26 minutes ago

    International banks sharply increased their cross-border lending during the first three months of 2014, a BIS report showed, providing further evidence that the aftershocks of the global financial crisis ...

  • [$$] Fed Liftoff May Not Send Yields Soaring @ The Wall Street Journal - 26 minutes ago

    There are plenty of reasons to think Treasury yields are heading higher. But there are also powerful forces that could slow their rate of ascent.

  • [$$] Lloyds Executive Named to Run Portugal's Novo Banco @ The Wall Street Journal - 26 minutes ago

    Portugal's central bank on Sunday appointed a Lloyds Banking Group executive to run the good bank resulting from the collapse of Banco Espírito Santo, following the resignation of the three-person team ...

  • [$$] Firms Get Quick on Draw @ The Wall Street Journal - 26 minutes ago

    Companies aren't only rushing to do deals, but they also are racing to get them signed, sealed and delivered.

  • [$$] Industrial Production's Strength Is Masked by Weather @ The Wall Street Journal - 26 minutes ago

    Ahead of the Tape: Investors watching industrial-production data due Monday should keep in mind how the summer's mild weather affected power demand. The result may understate the good news.

  • [$$] hed @ The Wall Street Journal - 26 minutes ago

    The world is a scary place for investors. Market fundamentals, from stock prices to interest rates and profits, are stretched. But investors have faith that the Fed will do what it takes to keep things ...

  • [$$] Stock-Market Bears Turn Docile, Predict S&P 500 Gains @ The Wall Street Journal - 26 minutes ago

    Abreast of the Market: In the face of a rally that just won't quit, once-pessimistic Wall Street forecasters now are predicting gains for the S&P 500.

  • [$$] 'Flipped' Bankers Aid U.S. in Foreign-Exchange Probe @ The Wall Street Journal - 26 minutes ago

    U.S. investigators have turned multiple bank employees into informants in a far-reaching probe of possible manipulation of currency markets, and are preparing to seek criminal charges against individual ...

  • [$$] Trial Over AIG Bailout Carries Risk for Insurer @ The Wall Street Journal - 26 minutes ago

    A firm run by former AIG boss Hank Greenberg is suing the U.S. government over its bailout of AIG six years ago. A trial set to start late this month poses a risk for the insurer.

  • Has Luck Been on the Colts' Side? @ The Wall Street Journal - 26 minutes ago

    Andrew Luck is widely considered one of the NFL's best quarterbacks, but a deeper look reveals he hasn't really lived up to the hype as the No. 1 overall pick in the 2012 draft.

  • A Day of Unexpected College Thrills @ The Wall Street Journal - 26 minutes ago

    It was supposed to be a snoozer of a weekend in college football. But somewhere along the line, something all too familiar occurred.

  • [$$] Online Quizzes Are a Data Goldmine @ The Wall Street Journal - 26 minutes ago

    Online quizzes might be fun for respondents but there is another group that is extremely interested in the answers given by quiz-hungry Web surfers: Marketers.

  • The League That Runs Everything @ The Wall Street Journal - 26 minutes ago

    In the darkest week in the league's history, one full of embarrassment and ugly turns, a nervous corporate executive or two probably pondered: What if the NFL ever stopped being the NFL?

  • [$$] 'No Good Deeds' Does Well at Box Office @ The Wall Street Journal - 26 minutes ago

    Sony's thriller "No Good Deed," which stars Idris Elba and Taraji P. Henson, opened on top of the box office with $24.5 million.

  • [$$] Classical Singer Jackie Evancho Covers 'Game of Thrones' Tune @ The Wall Street Journal - 26 minutes ago

    Singer's new album will include a cover of 'Rains of Castamere' from the hit HBO show.

  • [$$] CORPORATE WATCH @ The Wall Street Journal - 26 minutes ago

    Cisco Systems Inc. said Marc Benioff, chairman and chief executive of Inc., will step down from Cisco's board of directors in November. In a Securities and Exchange Commission filing, Cisco said Mr. Benioff last Monday notified Cisco and its board he had decided not to stand for re-election at Cisco's annual …

  • [$$] Proceedings: Highlights From the Law Blog @ The Wall Street Journal - 27 minutes ago

    California enacts a law to protect Yelp reviewers. Also, hints on the Apple Watch name and Justice Sotomayor warns about drones.

  • [$$] Companies Curb Use of Outside Law Firms @ The Wall Street Journal - 27 minutes ago

    Many companies are cutting back on their use of outside law firms, and having staff attorneys handle midlevel deals or contracts.

  • [$$] Samsung Seeks Probe of Alleged Vandalism by LG @ The Wall Street Journal - 27 minutes ago

    Samsung has asked South Korean prosecutors to investigate alleged vandalism of some of its washing machines at German shops by executives of rival LG Electronics.

  • [$$] Google Expert On Satellites Joins Facebook @ The Wall Street Journal - 27 minutes ago

    An executive working on Google Inc.'s efforts to deliver Internet service via satellite has jumped to a similar role at Facebook Inc., underscoring the social network's efforts in the area and the competition between the two Internet companies. Michael Tseytlin joined Facebook this month to work on satellite technology …

  • [$$] U.S. Treasury Warns China Over Antimonopoly Efforts @ The Wall Street Journal - 27 minutes ago

    U.S. Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew warned his Chinese counterpart that a spate of antimonopoly investigations against foreign companies could have serious implications, according to people briefed on a ...

  • [$$] Sinopec to Sell Nearly 30% of Sales-and-Marketing Unit @ The Wall Street Journal - 27 minutes ago

    China's largest oil refiner intends to sell a nearly 30% stake in its sales-and-marketing unit to 25 investors for $17.5 billion, as Beijing injects private capital into state-owned enterprises to boost ...

  • French cable operator Numericable Group SA on Monday will launch an offer to give subscribers free access to hundreds of TV series in a bid to counter the arrival of Netflix in France.

  • [$$] Will FedEx Deliver on Its Target? @ The Wall Street Journal - 27 minutes ago

    FedEx's earnings report on Wednesday will provide a first glimpse into whether the company will be able to meet its ambitious annual profit target. Wall Street is hoping this will be the company's turnaround ...

  • [$$] Don't Underestimate Smartwatches @ The Wall Street Journal - 27 minutes ago

    It may seem like wearable computers will appeal only to fitness nuts and quantified-self geeks. But smartwatches will become indispensable as they find a central place in the tech ecosystem, writes Christopher ...

  • [$$] Venture Capitalist Sounds Alarm on Startup Investing @ The Wall Street Journal - 27 minutes ago

    Silicon Valley may have taken on more risk than it can handle, according to prominent venture capitalist Bill Gurley, who cited potential cracks in the tech-startup investing scene.

  • [$$] Fracking Gives U.S. Energy Boom Plenty of Room to Run @ The Wall Street Journal - 27 minutes ago

    The U.S. energy boom has lasted longer than anyone would have imagined a decade ago and has more room to run as oil and gas wells become more productive.

  • Brazil's Batista Faces Criminal Charges @ The Wall Street Journal - 27 minutes ago

    Brazil's federal prosecutors have filed criminal charges against Brazilian businessman Eike Batista, compounding the legal woes of the once high-flying entrepreneur.

  • [$$] Heineken Rebuffs SABMiller Overture @ The Wall Street Journal - 27 minutes ago

    Heineken NV said Sunday that U.K.-based rival SABMiller PLC has approached it about being acquired but that Heineken's controlling family intends to keep the company independent.

  • Mets Eliminated in NL East @ The Wall Street Journal - 27 minutes ago

    The Mets went 1-for-10 with runners in scoring position and lost 3-0 to the Washington Nationals on Sunday, the loss officially eliminating them from the NL East division race with 12 games to play.

  • Sleeping Giants Still Can't Find Form @ The Wall Street Journal - 27 minutes ago

    Despite an improved showing on Sunday, the Giants fell to the Cardinals, 25-14, as Eli Manning and company struggled to put points on the board against Arizona.

  • A Former Yankee's Guide to the AL East @ The Wall Street Journal - 27 minutes ago

    Former Yankee Kelly Johnson has played for every American League East team in just the past three seasons. Here, Johnson gives an insider's look into the best the cities of the AL East have to offer.

  • [$$] A Philanthropic Mission That Fits Like a Glove @ The Wall Street Journal - 27 minutes ago

    As the weather grows chillier, Lari Stanton, who retired from Aris Glove Co. in 1993, will once again be making sure that the hands and heads of needy New York children are properly covered.

  • All in the Family: Cuban Beats, American Jazz @ The Wall Street Journal - 27 minutes ago

    Wynton Marsalis composed 'Ochas,' the three-part suite that will open Jazz at Lincoln Center's season on Thursday, with pianist Chucho Valdés and percussionist and singer Pedrito Martinez.

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