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2014/11/26
By Ana SwansonChina's central bank focuses on appearances, not substance China's central bank carried out one of its famous surprise moves last Friday.
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2014/11/25
By Charles Passy, MarketWatch When it comes to holiday gifts for the kids, Alaskans are all about hockey gear, New Yorkers put a premium on video game consoles and Coloradans swear by the classic Rubik's Cube.
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2014/12/23
By Charles Passy, MarketWatch When it comes to holiday gifts for the kids, Alaskans are all about hockey gear, New Yorkers put a premium on video game consoles and Coloradans swear by the classic Rubik's Cube.
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2014/11/21
Energy, Healthcare, Retail and Home Improvement Oriented Stocks See Strongest Growth; Apple and Baidu See Largest Sell-Offs NEW YORK , Nov.
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2014/12/4
By Anne Tergesen Do employees who leave their jobs get the hard sell from financial services companies when deciding whether to roll over their 401(k) money into an IRA?
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2014/12/4
By Anne Tergesen Do employees who leave their jobs get the hard sell from financial services companies when deciding whether to roll over their 401(k) money into an IRA?
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2014/11/22
"Most doctors don't want anyone to know what they charge, especially given that they charge different amounts for different patients, depending on their insurance coverage," he said.
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2014/11/20
"Most doctors don't want anyone to know what they charge, especially given that they charge different amounts for different patients, depending on their insurance coverage," he said.
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2014/11/19
"Most doctors don't want anyone to know what they charge, especially given that they charge different amounts for different patients, depending on their insurance coverage," he said.
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2014/11/18
"Most doctors don't want anyone to know what they charge, especially given that they charge different amounts for different patients, depending on their insurance coverage," he said.
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2014/11/18
"Most doctors don't want anyone to know what they charge, especially given that they charge different amounts for different patients, depending on their insurance coverage," he said.
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2014/11/18
Sloan Kettering's Bach says he's seen oncologists keep their costs hidden by claiming how they handle cancer patients is "proprietary." "They're not willing to subject themselves to peer scrutiny because they find a way to do it that somebody's profiting from.
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2014/11/30
By Jeffry Bartash, MarketWatch Yet wages still not rising fast and millions remain unemployed WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) -- The economy has settled nicely into hiring grove since the early spring, adding more than 238,000 jobs a month and putting the U.S. on a path to produce the strongest employment gains in 15 years.
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2015/1/2
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2015/1/14
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2015/1/14
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2014/10/24
By Andrea Coombes, MarketWatch For boomers and retirees who are looking for work, the labor-market data are looking good, but as any job seeker knows, landing a job comes down to the details --
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2015/1/16
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2014/10/29
By Andrew Ackerman WASHINGTON--The U.S. Chamber of Commerce is trying to head off efforts to force publicly traded firms to share more information about cyberattacks, warning policy makers that such disclosures could unduly harm corporate profits.
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2014/12/18
By Andrew Grossman Jeh Johnson declines to say who government believes behind hacking WASHINGTON--The U.S. is weighing a "range of options" to respond to the hack of Sony Pictures, U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson said Thursday, but declined to say who the government believes is behind what it regards as "a very serious attack". Speaking on MSNBC, Johnson said the U.S. has "no specific, credible intelligence" of a plot to launch attacks on movie theaters reminiscent of the Sept.
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2015/1/7
By Andrew Grossman NEW YORK--Federal Bureau of Investigation Director James Comey on Wednesday said the U.S. is confident about North Korea's involvement in the December threats against Sony Pictures because the people involved at times slipped up and didn't properly use tactics designed to obscure the source of the messages.
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2015/1/1
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2015/1/9
By Andrew Morse ZURICH--Tests of two Ebola vaccines currently under development could begin in West Africa as early as the end of the month, a senior World Health Organization official said Friday.
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By Andrey Ostroukh MOSCOW -- The Russian ruble firmed in early trade on Thursday before President Vladimir Putin's annual news conference.
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2015/1/12
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2014/12/22
By Andrey Ostroukh MOSCOW--Oil giant OAO Rosneft said on Monday it paid back $7 billion of a bridge loan it had taken to acquire TNK-BP, the largest foreign debt repayment by a Russian company since Western sanctions were imposed.
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2014/12/22
By Andrey Ostroukh MOSCOW--State-controlled oil producer OAO Rosneft said on Monday it paid back $7 billion of a bridge loan it had taken to acquire TNK-BP, the largest foreign debt repayment by a Russian company since Western sanctions were imposed.
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2014/12/2
By Andria Cheng, MarketWatch NEW YORK (MarketWatch) -- Ugly sweaters are in vogue.
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2014/11/4
By Andria Cheng, MarketWatch NEW YORK (MarketWatch) -- Michael Kors Holdings Ltd.
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