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Dow Futures Stall as JPMorgan Faces Billions in New Settlements

Bank of America to Pay $2.2 Million in Racial Discrimination Case

Broker ICAP Paying $87 Million to Settle LIBOR Charges

Reports: Alibaba Drops Hong Kong IPO Plan, Looks to U.S.

Twitter Shut Down al-Shabab Feed 5 Times as Kenya Mall Attack Unfolded

Amazon Unveils Faster, Lighter Kindle Fire HDX

Krispy Kreme Expands Into Colombia

U.S. Borrowing Authority to Be Exhausted by Oct. 17

IHS: iPhone 5s Parts + Labor = $199

Brocade Communications Raises Buyback Authorization to $1 Billion

Home and Stock Values Boost U.S. Household Wealth

New Home Sales Up 7.9% for August

Durable Goods Recover From July's Drop

Crude Oil Supplies Expand 0.8%

Twitter Launches Emergency Alerts for Phones

Official: $11 Billion Eyed in JPMorgan Settlement Talks

Harvard's Endowment Surges 11.3% to $32.7 Billion

Cruz Ends Talkathon; Senate Advances Spending Bill

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