Yahoo Finance Originals: Business

  • What to watch for next week: U.S. dollar, BlackBerry and the end of Q3

    It’s Alibaba’s world and we’re all just living in it this week, but there’s plenty more to look forward to next week! Yahoo Finance’s Jeff Macke, Aaron Pressman, Michael Santoli and Aaron Task break down everything you need to know before your morning grind on Monday.

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  • Home Depot tops Target for the biggest credit card breach

    Yahoo Finance's Aaron Task and Jeff Macke discuss the massive credit card breach at Home Depot.

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  • Oracle names new leaders: are two CEOs better than one?

    Safra Catz and Mark Hurd will now share the top leadership job at Oracle. The co-CEO model is rare, but it’s not new. There are co-CEOs at Chipotle and Whole Foods. Deutsche Bank has co-CEOs as well. Daimler Chrysler and Blackberry did at one point too. Does the structure work?

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  • Higher interest rates won't derail a recovery: Brusca

    The sluggish economic recovery is not giving the Federal Reserve enough confidence to raise the federal funds rates just yet, the central bank said Wednesday. “The economy is growing,“ Robert Brusca, chief economist at FAO Economics, tells Yahoo Finance editor in chief Aaron Task. “The question is…

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  • Apple's iPhone 6 is out today: is Samsung dead in the water?

    Tech fans are lining up around the block and camping out for days-- all in the quest to be the first to get their hands on the latest Apple iPhone. The release of the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus already exceeded pre-order supplies, the new devices were released ten days ago near Apple headquarters in…

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  • Scotland votes: UK loses no matter what the outcome

    The polls are open in Scotland, and voters are casting their ballots in the referendum on Scottish Independence from the United Kingdom. The 4.2 million registered voters will face a simple question, “Should Scotland be an independent country?” They will be able to answer with yes or no. Voting is…

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  • Another financial crisis is inevitable: Martin Wolf

    Financial Times’ chief economics commentator, Martin Wolf, contends economic growth is still too closely tied to debt. Wolf’s new book, “The Shifts and the Shocks: What We’ve Learned—and Still Have to Learn—From the Financial Crisis,” looks at how dependent world economies remain on the creation of…

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  • Often Overlooked Method to Pay Off Mortgage

    If you own a home and pay for a mortgage, you could reduce your payments by an average of $4,100 a year. Here is how it works.

  • Jack Ma set to be one of the world's 20 richest?

    Alibaba founder Jack Ma is already the richest man in China... but could Friday's listing make him one of the 20 richest people in the world?

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  • Prepare for liftoff: Alibaba is the 'anti-Facebook' IPO

    Alibaba's IPO has an opportunity to be an old-fashioned, style blowout. It's not hard to imagine the stock trading well above $100 on its first day.

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  • The best companies for working mothers

    Working Mother magazine released its latest annual list of the best companies for working mothers. Editorial Director Jennifer Owens explains why many made the list.

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  • Fed and TWTR Overvaluation, Evidence of Looming Market Crash: Stockman

    Former Director of the Office of Management and Budget and author of the new book, The Great Deformation, David Stockman, says the Fed has created "the greatest bubble in human history."

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  • Alibaba is a phenom — just not in America

    Even though it's a huge IPO, few Americans may ever shop at an Alibaba site.

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  • Fed, Yellen keep ‘considerable time,’ miss great opportunity

    The FOMC statement, released Wednesday afternoon at 2:00pm, was a considerable disappointment to Fed watchers who were hoping for an indication of when Fed Chair Janet Yellen would raise short-term interest rates, which are currently near 0%. The language that would indicate a change boiled down to…

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  • What's Your Definition of Success?

    Success means different things for different people, that’s why we’ve started “The Success Project”.

  • World's billionaire population growing

    The worldwide population of those with wealth exceeding $1 billion has grown to 2,325, up 7% from last year. The typical billionaire has about $3.1 billion, is male, about 63 years old, and owns four properties, each worth an average of more than $23.5 million. Their average wealth grew by 4.4%…

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  • Forget Yellen, the real Fed news is in China

    On a day when Wall Street is in suspense over details of the Federal Reserve’s exit strategy, China’s central bank showed it isn’t going anywhere when it comes to stoking its slowing economy.

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  • New Facebook for millionaires costs $9,000 to join

    An exclusive web site for the country club set.

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  • Financial crisis delays 'adulthood' for millennials

    Consider it one one of the latest indications that conventional notions of adulthood (i.e. getting married, buying a house and having children) are on the decline: Singles now make up more than half of the adult population for the first time since the government began tracking these stats more than…

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  • Apple, IBM buying back billions in stock: WSJ

    U.S. corporations are buying back shares of their own company at the fastest pace since the financial crisis. Companies have repurchased a total of $338.3 billion of their own stock so far this year. This is according to a report from the Wall Street Journal.

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  • NFL may lose big due to recent controversies

    Recent controversies surrounding NFL athletes are keeping the sporting organization on the defensive. First there was Baltimore Ravens’ running back Ray Rice and his domestic abuse video making headlines. This was followed by the indictment of Minnesota Vikings’ star running back Adrian Peterson…

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  • Janet Yellen’s dilemma: No way out

    Noted economist and professor at the University of Texas at Austin tells Yahoo Finance the Fed has a dilemma: There may not be a good way out of current low-rate environment.

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