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Verizon to Sell HTC Smartphone With Dr. Dre Beats Headphones – BusinessWeek



New York Times
Verizon to Sell HTC Smartphone With Dr. Dre Beats Headphones
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Nov. 3 (Bloomberg) — Verizon Wireless, the largest US mobile carrier, plans to start selling an HTC Corp. smartphone with audio capabilities developed by the headphone maker backed by rapper Dr. Dre. The HTC Rezound will start selling
UPDATE 2-Verizon to sell HTC Rezound with Beats audioReuters
Verizon Wireless Bolsters Lineup With $ 300 HTC Rezound SmartphoneWall Street Journal
HTC CEO Peter Chou And Beats Audio's Jimmy Iovine On Music, Mobile Devices And Forbes
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HSBC Chief Uses Submarine Past as Expats Flee Flood-Hit Bangkok – BusinessWeek



CBC.ca
HSBC Chief Uses Submarine Past as Expats Flee Flood-Hit Bangkok
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Oct. 27 (Bloomberg) — Matthew Lobner, head of Thai operations for HSBC Holdings Plc, lugged his furniture upstairs and moved his wife and three children near his office in downtown Bangkok to escape floodwaters on the
Thousands Make Exodus from Thai CapitalTIME
HSBC Chief Uses Submarine Past as Expats Flee Flood-Hit BangkokBloomberg
Thousands flee Thai capital as prime minister says flooding likelyWashington Post
gulfnews.com -ABC News
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Pennsylvania Governor Prepares to Take Control of Harrisburg – BusinessWeek



Washington Examiner
Pennsylvania Governor Prepares to Take Control of Harrisburg
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Oct. 20 (Bloomberg) — Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett signed a bill today that lets him seize control of the finances of Harrisburg even as City Council members seek bankruptcy for the capital in an effort to ward off state action.
Pa. Gov. Corbett signs Harrisburg takeover billCBS News
Pa. Gov. Corbett signs Harrisburg takeover bill The Associated Press
Corbett signs Harrisburg financial emergency measurePittsburgh Post Gazette
6abc.com -MarketWatch
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Clinton Arrives in Pakistan Seeking Action Against Militants – BusinessWeek



The Hindu
Clinton Arrives in Pakistan Seeking Action Against Militants
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Oct. 20 (Bloomberg) — Secretary of State Hillary Clinton arrived in Pakistan to deliver a warning that it will pay “a very big price” if it fails to move against the Islamic militants staging cross-border
Clinton to send clear message to Pakistan on militantsReuters
Clinton arrives in Pakistan for 'crisis' Taliban talksBBC News
Clinton urges Pakistan to get tougher on terroristsChristian Science Monitor
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Turkish Troops Enter Iraq After Deadliest PKK Strikes Since ’90s – BusinessWeek



Globe and Mail
Turkish Troops Enter Iraq After Deadliest PKK Strikes Since '90s
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Oct. 20 (Bloomberg) — Thousands of Turkish troops crossed into Iraq to hunt fighters from the Kurdistan Workers' Party, or PKK, which is staging its deadliest strikes since the 1990s. Twenty-two battalions in five areas on both sides of
Turkey Attacks PKK in IraqWall Street Journal
Turkey steps up offensive in IraqBBC News
Turkey mourns 24 slain soldiersCBS News

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Emerging Stocks Snap Nine-Day Rally on Europe Debt, China GDP – BusinessWeek



The Hindu
Emerging Stocks Snap Nine-Day Rally on Europe Debt, China GDP
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Oct. 18 (Bloomberg) — Emerging stocks fell, ending the longest winning streak since June 2010, after Moody's Investors Service said France's top credit rating is under pressure and China's economy expanded at the
Stocks Retreat as Won, Copper Decline on Europe, China ConcernsSan Francisco Chronicle
GLOBAL MARKETS: European Stocks Stay Down; Sentiment FragileWall Street Journal
World stocks fall amid debt doubts, China cooling The Associated Press
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Stocks, US Futures, Copper Drop on France Debt, China Growth – BusinessWeek



Reuters
Stocks, US Futures, Copper Drop on France Debt, China Growth
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Oct. 18 (Bloomberg) — European stocks, US index futures and commodities fell as Moody's Investors Service said France's Aaa rating is at risk and China's economic growth slowed.
Stocks, US Futures Drop on France, GoldmanBloomberg
TSX may open lower as China weighs on commoditiesReuters
Stocks, U.S. Futures, Copper Drop on France Debt, China GrowthSan Francisco Chronicle
Beacon Equity Research -Moneycontrol.com
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BlackBerry maker tries to soothe angry customers – BusinessWeek



Sydney Morning Herald
BlackBerry maker tries to soothe angry customers
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The maker of the struggling BlackBerry tried to soothe tens of millions of frustrated customers Monday, offering more than $ 100 worth of free software to each one and giving some a month of technical support as compensation for last
BlackBerry boss Stephen Bates answers your questionsBBC News
Investors Unexcited by BlackBerry's Free apps OfferInternational Business Times
RIM Offers Free Apps in ApologyNew York Times
Wall Street Journal -CNET -USA Today
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For a jobs bill in pieces, Obama hits road in NC – BusinessWeek



USA Today
For a jobs bill in pieces, Obama hits road in NC
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Rolling through small Southern towns in a campaign-style bus, President Barack Obama on Monday pressed lawmakers back in Washington to start taking up pieces of his rejected jobs bill and mocked the Republicans who had shot it down in
Day Two on the Obama Bus in NC and Va.ABC News (blog)
Is Obama's bus tour about policy or politics?Alaska Dispatch
The president is in the middle of a three-day visit to North Carolina and VirginiaCNN International
WCNC -NPR -Washington Post (blog)
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On the Call: IBM finance chief on business levers – BusinessWeek


On the Call: IBM finance chief on business levers
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When IBM Corp. reported third-quarter revenue Monday that slightly missed analyst forecasts, many questions on a conference call with analysts turned to macroeconomic concerns. While IBM handily beat the earnings per share forecast, and raised its

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