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One-quarter of recent college graduates lack jobs – CNBC.com



Los Angeles Times
One-quarter of recent college graduates lack jobs
CNBC.com
There are plenty of rational reasons why a Wall Street Behemoth like JPMorgan might have given up on the student loan game, none of which have anything to do with an impending market collapse. To start, the business used to be much more lucrative.
Taxpayers Should Worry When JPMorgan Gets Crowded Out Of The Student Above the Law
JPMorgan to stop making student loans: company memoReuters
JPMorgan Shuts Down Student Loan BizForbes
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South Korea bans fish imports from Japan’s Fukushima region because of … – Fox News


South Korea bans fish imports from Japan's Fukushima region because of
Fox News
SEOUL, South Korea – South Korea is banning all fish imports from Japan's Fukushima region because of what it calls growing public worry over radiation contamination that has reportedly prompted a sharp decline in fish consumption. The Ministry of 

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Yahoo Needs a Lifeboat Not a Logo – Bloomberg



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Yahoo Needs a Lifeboat Not a Logo
Bloomberg
“Rearranging the deck chairs on the Titanic” has some new competition for phrase meaning pointless business activity at failing firm: “rearranging the fonts in your logo.” Today, ending a futile "30 Days of Change" Web campaign, Yahoo announced "a new 
Testing times for Marissa Mayer as Yahoo's new logo falls flatFinancial Times
Even the Yahoo! Exclamation Mark Can't Believe It Made the Cut for the New LogoVanity Fair
Turn any word into a Yahoo-style logo: Boom, instant whimsyCNET
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Soup From A Coffeemaker, Anyone? Green Mountain Will Start Selling … – Forbes



Wall Street Journal
Soup From A Coffeemaker, Anyone? Green Mountain Will Start Selling
Forbes
If you've never looked at your coffee pot as a means of making soup…well, you're probably like everyone else. Campbell Soup Campbell Soup and Green Mountain Coffee Green Mountain Coffee Roasters would like to change that mindset. Green Mountain 
Campbell soup pods coming soon to a Keurig coffee brewer near youLos Angeles Times
Campbell K-cups to make Keurig into soup machineBusinessweek
Maker of Coffee Pods Adds New Flavor: SoupWall Street Journal
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Rupee Tumbles, Then Rebounds Sharply – Wall Street Journal



Hindu Business Line
Rupee Tumbles, Then Rebounds Sharply
Wall Street Journal
India's rupee went on a wild ride Wednesday, falling to within a whisker of its record low against the dollar before rebounding after the central bank intervened, traders said, and continuing to climb after the new central-bank governor announced fresh steps to 
India's New Central Bank Leader May Have a Short HoneymoonNew York Times
Raghuram Rajan says RBI governorship not meant to win Facebook 'likes'Hindustan Times
Rajan Says Low Inflation Outlook Key Aim After Taking RBI ReinsBloomberg
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Navistar to cut 500 jobs by end of 2013 amid 3Q loss – Chicago Tribune



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Navistar to cut 500 jobs by end of 2013 amid 3Q loss
Chicago Tribune
Navistar International Corp. on Wednesday reported a larger-than-expected third-quarter loss and said it will cut 500 jobs by the end of October. The Lisle-based truck-and-engine maker said that its plan to return the company to profitability has been slower 
Navistar posts loss, Sparton profits soarChicago Business Journal
Navistar shares fall on lossFinancial Times
Navistar posts $247M fiscal 3Q lossBusinessweek
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Glenview Joins Bass Raising Stake on J.C. Penney Recovery – Bloomberg



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Glenview Joins Bass Raising Stake on J.C. Penney Recovery
Bloomberg
Glenview Capital Management LLC joined J. Kyle Bass in raising its stake in J.C. Penney Co., becoming its biggest shareholder in a bet the retailer will recover after Bill Ackman ended a revamp effort last month. Hayman Capital Management LP, Bass's 
Hedge Funds Load Up on JC Penney SharesWall Street Journal
Two More Hedge Funds Scoop Up Stakes in JC PenneyNew York Times
Glenview Joins Hayman, Perry In Penney's BuyFINalternatives
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Tesla stock downshifts ahead of earnings news – USA TODAY



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Tesla stock downshifts ahead of earnings news
USA TODAY
SHARECONNECT 3 TWEETCOMMENTEMAILMORE. Tesla Motors shares hit the brakes on Wednesday, sliding 6% lower ahead of its second-quarter earnings report after the closing bell on Wall Street. Shares of the electric car maker fell 5.1% to about 
When Is BMW Worth $725 Billion? When You Value it Like TeslaWall Street Journal
Profitable or Not, Tesla Motors Owes Its Success to Government SubsidiesMother Jones
Tesla Motors Inc (TSLA) And SolarCity Corp (SCTY) Earnings PreviewValueWalk
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Fed’s Evans sees tapering, pickup in second half – MarketWatch



San Francisco Chronicle
Fed's Evans sees tapering, pickup in second half
MarketWatch
WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) — The economic fundamentals “are actually really better” allowing the U.S. central bank to begin to slow down the pace of its asset purchases before year end, a voting Federal Reserve official said Tuesday. Bloomberg. Charles 
Four More BernankesTheStreet.com
Fed's Evans Sees Labor Improvement With September Taper PossibleBloomberg
Evans: Fed Likely to Begin Tapering QE This YearFox Business
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Stocks slip in early trade on Wall Street; American Eagle drops after cutting profit … – Washington Post



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Stocks slip in early trade on Wall Street; American Eagle drops after cutting profit
Washington Post
NEW YORK — Stocks are slipping in early trading on Wall Street despite some positive news on the economy. The Dow Jones industrial average fell 70 points, or 0.4 percent, to 15,542 after the first few minutes of trading Tuesday. More business news 
US Stocks Fall as Retailers Slump Amid Stimulus ConcernBloomberg
Stocks slide on Wall Street; American Eagle dropsBusinessweek
U.S. Stocks Fall as Retailers Slump Amid Fed Stimulus ConcernSan Francisco Chronicle
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