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2014/12/16
By David Weidner, MarketWatch Democrats chose to protect health-care law over saving us from too-big-to-fail banks SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch) -- In a era in which Washington has sold out its constituents with the regularity of a presidential golf outing, what happened last week was a double-eagle.
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2015/1/15
By David Weidner, MarketWatch Their once-golden business models don't seem to be working anymore SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch) -- Trading revenue on Wall Street is a double-edged sword.
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2015/1/13
By David Weidner, MarketWatch Banks and insurers have been emboldened by legal victories last year SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch) -- MetLife Inc.'s decision to challenge the U.S. Treasury Department over the insurer's designation as a "systemically important," or too-big-to-fail, institution comes at a critical time for Wall Street.
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2015/1/15
By David Weidner, MarketWatch Is Apple giving loyal customers less these days?
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2015/1/29
By David Weidner, MarketWatch Could you have saved your home with $19,065? SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch) -- More than 4 million Americans lost their homes in the wake of the financial crisis, but the vast majority of lenders survived through government assistance rushed to Wall Street in the fall of 2008.
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2015/1/30
By David Weidner, MarketWatch Is Apple giving loyal customers less these days?
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2015/1/30
By David Weidner, MarketWatch Off-the-tape trades hurt retail investors SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch) -- The New York Stock Exchange, should it follow through on a report that suggests it will introduce a midday stock auction, isn't going to incur the wrath of Michael Lewis, who's latest book, "Flash Boys," argued that high-speed trading has rigged the markets against regular investors.
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2015/2/3
By David Weidner, MarketWatch The companies are shaking up the credit and retail industries yet again SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch) -- Alibaba Group Holding Ltd.
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2015/2/3
By David Weidner, MarketWatch Ratings firms still need a structural change SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch) -- In the post-financial-crisis era, you'd think investors who lost a bundle buying a bunch of triple-A-rated toxic junk would have learned their lesson.
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2015/2/5
By David Weidner, MarketWatch The anti-vaccine movement now has more ammunition at its disposal SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch) -- Pfizer Inc.'s announced deal to buy injectable-drug and infusion maker Hospira Inc. for $16 billion is certain to draw investors into the vaccination debate.
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2015/1/27
By David Weidner, MarketWatch Greek debt crisis is a bank bailout in plain view SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch) -- Europe's political leaders and bankers would have you believe that the conflict between Greece and the European Union is a tug of war between a deadbeat nation and its richer ones who have come to the debtor's aid time and time again.
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2015/2/11
By David Weidner, MarketWatch When you lose trust in companies, the government and the media, it's easy to lose perspective SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch) -- The U.S. measles outbreak has a lot of people flummoxed.
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2015/2/10
By David Weidner, MarketWatch Dethroned kings of the market rule an empire of fools SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch) -- Pity the poor hedge fund manager.
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2015/2/26
By David Weidner, MarketWatch Dimon is right, but he's not telling us everything SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch) -- Jamie Dimon is right.
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2015/2/26
By David Wighton LONDON--
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2015/2/26
By David Wighton LONDON--The last time an American investment banker headed a British bank, it didn't end well.
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2015/2/13
By David Winning and Ross Kelly SYDNEY--BHP Billiton Ltd.
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2015/2/12
By David Winning SYDNEY--BHP Billiton Ltd.
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2015/2/26
By David Winning SYDNEY--Glencore PLC (GLEN.AU) said it would curb Australian coal output and defer some new projects, in the latest response by a major mining company to weak commodity prices and subdued customer demand.
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2015/2/4
By David Winning SYDNEY--South Australia could be about to call time on the state's half-hour difference with the rest of the country, because lawmakers say it causes confusion in everything from sports events to business deals.
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2015/2/26
By Deborah Ball ROME--Italy's Economy Ministry said Thursday that it has sold 5.74% of electricity untility ENEL SpA (ENEL.MI) for EUR2.2 billion ($2.5 billion). The Italian govenrment is in the process of selling off some state-owned assets.
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2015/1/6
By Deborah Gage Glassdoor Inc., an online marketplace where employees can anonymously review their workplaces and also connect with new job opportunities, raised $70 million at a valuation of close to $1 billion as it continues to plan for an IPO.
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2015/2/19
By Deborah Gage Moving software to the cloud, which many companies are now doing, can make their operations simpler and more efficient, but the cloud brings new headaches, too.
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2015/2/2
By Shawn Langlois, MarketWatch Critical intelligence before the U.S. market opens If you're looking forward to a chill week in the markets, don't bother.
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2014/12/10
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2015/2/2
By Shawn Langlois, MarketWatch Critical intelligence before the U.S. market opens If you're looking forward to a chill week in the markets, don't bother.
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2015/2/2
By Shawn Langlois, MarketWatch Critical intelligence before the U.S. market opens If you're looking forward to a chill week in the markets, don't bother.
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2015/2/3
Stunning growth in U.S. oil production may come to a halt by mid-2015 as low oil prices begin to constrain U.S. tight oil production, which has been the dominant engine of world oil supply gains in recent years, according to a new report by IHS (NYSE: IHS), the leading source for global information and analytics.
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2015/1/29
Annual adjusted diluted EPS of $2.51, up 17.8% Annual adjusted operating income increased 15.7% Annual adjusted operating margin of 41.4%, up from 39.7% Total 2014 return of capital of $694 million ATLANTA , Jan.
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