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Tue, 26 Aug 2014 23:30:17 GMT
Burger King faces tax controversy after $11bn Tim Hortons purchase - The Guardian
“To help business grow in America, taxpayers have funded public infrastructure, workforce training and incentives to encourage [research and development] and capital investment. Runaway . “The goal here is to change the law and get Congress to pass .Burger King to buy Tim Hortons for $11.5 billionChicago TribuneBurger King swallows Tim Hortons; new firm is Canada-boundLos Angeles TimesWARREN BUFFETT: He's A Capitalist First, Patriot SecondBusiness InsiderCNBC -Mashable -MSN Moneyall 3,204 news articles .

Sat, 16 Aug 2014 11:37:16 GMT
In The World Stock Market, US Stocks Look Safest - Business Insider
Business sentiment is already on edge in Germany as Europe's largest economy deals with reduced trade with Russia. An index of Russian equities <.MCX has dropped 6 percent for the year so far. Against that backdrop, U.S. stocks - backed by earnings .Fall, Then Shrug at Ukraine IncursionNew York Timesall 449 news articles .

Thu, 07 Aug 2014 03:08:09 GMT
Walgreen CEO: Leaving US wasn't in best interest of shareholders - Chicago Tribune
New York TimesWalgreen CEO: Leaving US wasn't in best interest of shareholders - The stock rebounded part way to close down 4.2 percent at $69.12, but then resumed its decline on Wednesday, losing about 12 percent in early trading. The new U.S.-based holding company will have four divisions: Walgreen, which will continue to be .Walgreen stock hammered after it drops tax inversion planCBC.caWalgreens' deal, downbeat guidance gets thumbs-down from Wall StreetUSA TODAYWalgreen turns down inversion to cut tax billBeloit Daily Newsall 844 news articles .

Wed, 27 Aug 2014 23:52:23 GMT
Australian Stock Market Report – Morning August 28, 2014 - International Business Times AU
The headquarters of mortgage lender Freddie Mac is seen in Mclean, Virginia, near Washington, in this September 8, 2008 file photo. Government-controlled mortgage finance firms Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac said on August 8, 2014 they will pay U.S. . .

Wed, 20 Aug 2014 22:55:54 GMT
Global stocks rebound as US Fed indicates no rate hike soon - The Star Online
Reuters - NEW YORK: Global equity markets rose on Wednesday after minutes from the Federal Reserve indicated there is no rush to bring forward plans to raise interest rates in the future, reversing earlier declines that were driven by hints from the Bank of .Global stocks rebound as Fed indicates no rate hike soonReutersall 24 news articles .

Wed, 27 Aug 2014 07:04:05 GMT
ONGC gained on hopes of announcement of reforms by the government on subsidies and gas prices ahead of its share sale. IT stocks rose on positive economic data in US, the biggest outsourcing market for the Indian IT firms. HCL Technologies hit record .

Wed, 27 Aug 2014 16:04:08 GMT
Wall Street drifts to another record in light trading - Reuters
Volume was thin, with about 4.05 billion shares traded on U.S. exchanges, well below the 5.39 billion average so far this month, according to data from BATS Global Markets. Advancing stocks outnumbered declining ones on the NYSE by 1,705 to 1,305, .A Stock-Market Milestone Is Reached, But Who Cares?Huffington Post (blog)Wall Street holds near record highs in light volume - Indiaall 1,480 news articles .

Fri, 08 Aug 2014 12:27:58 GMT
Boeing, United Tech stockpile Russia parts - CNBC
Representatives at Boeing and United Technologies did not immediately respond to Reuters' request for comment outside regular U.S. business hours. In response to the conflict in Ukraine, the United States has for several months been leveled sanctions . .

Wed, 27 Aug 2014 22:48:15 GMT
The two companies combined buy about 35 percent of all sows sold in the United States. Tyson's share price rallied on the approval, rising as much as 2 percent before closing at $37.71, up 1.5 percent. Hillshire closed near steady at $62.96. But about . .

Fri, 08 Aug 2014 07:24:05 GMT
Tyson stock slip after Russia bans US food imports - Boston Globe
Tyson Foods Inc., the largest meat producer in the United States, slipped 2 percent after Russia banned imports of US food. Russia is the second-biggest market for US chicken, but the US share of export volume had already fallen to 7 percent from 40 .European stocks lower on Russia, data; bonds prices upReutersStocks Fall In AsiaBusiness InsiderUkraine crisis: fear of escalation roils marketsCBC.caall 4,370 news articles .