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This stream contains all the news and insights you need about the Facebook initial public offering, and the stock market's reaction to it.
Where was God in Aurora massacre?
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ETFs: Still the bargain they used to be?
In the last few years, investors have flocked to exchange-traded funds (ETFs) for many reasons, low costs being one of them. However, those "low costs" aren't quite as low as it used to be-or are they?
News Corp considering the future of The Daily - Rumour - StrategyEye Digital Media
By Sarah Gill, 13th Jul 2012 News Corp is reportedly putting its tablet-only publication, The Daily, 'on watch' as it considers its future amid spending cuts and a company-wide restructure. New York Observer sources claim the firm is calculating whether it can turn around the publication's losses, estimated to have hit USD30m last year, just 12 months after launch.
Charlie Sheen set to quit twitter
Charlie Sheen is quitting twitter. The 'Anger Management' star set up his account on the micro-blogging site in March 2011 and gained more than a million followers in 48 hours but sources close to the actor have claimed he "feels like he's not getting anything out of the social network" and wants to shut down his page, which now has almost eight million followers.
Iain Reid: So much more than a red pen | Afterword | Arts | National Post
Writing involves a series of stages. In my experience, the step when Word documents are created, when notes and scribbles are converted into flimsy sentences, is closest to Orwell's claim that, "writing a book is a horrible, exhausting struggle, like a long bout of some painful illness."
The Libor rate submissions by each bank, 2005 to 2008
Libor rates and each banks' submission charted |Interactive guide Bob Diamond's resignation from Barclays today has focussed even more attention on the London Interbank Offered rate - Libor - the rate at which banks lend to each other.
It's Time to Build A Twitter-Free Twitter
Twitter has once again put third-party developers on notice, hinting that unofficial Twitter clients may soon be a thing of the past. That's bad for developers, but it may have a silver lining if it wakes us up from our Twitter API slumber.
How to Forgive When You Don't Really Want To | Tiny Buddha
Editor's Note: This is a contribution by Kate Swoboda "Freedom is what you do with what's been done to you." ~Jean Paul Sartre Like so many other women, I had a complicated, often fractious relationship with my mother. I had moved thousands of miles away, but an email or a phone call was enough to irritate me.
"Son of Concorde" to fly London-to-Sydney in 4 hours?
Recent days have seen reports emerge of a successor to Concorde capable of speeds of over 2,485 mph (4,000 km/h) that could fly from London to Syd...
On a wing and a prayer
PORTUGAL 0-0 SPAIN After 27 games of goals, this was Euro 2012's second successive stalemate. If penalties are often deemed unfair to the loser, this was the only appropriate scoreline. It was a meeting of two definitions of defence and, as a statistic of two shots on target in 90 minutes shows, both succeeded.
The Economic History of the Last 2,000 Years in 1 Little Graph
That headline is a big promise. But here it is: The economic history of the world going back to Year 1 showing the major powers' share of world GDP, from a research letter written by Michael Cembalest, chairman of market and investment strategy at JP Morgan.
Is Europe headed for a Lehman moment?
Hopes are definitely on the low side for Friday's talks in Europe on the debt crisis. Maybe it's because the summit is the 19th since Greece's problems emerged in March 2010, and the previous 18 haven't had much lasting impact.
Flaherty set to announce tighter mortgage rules
Finance Minister Jim Flaherty is expected to announce new mortgage rules today that will make it more difficult for Canadians with limited savings to buy homes. Sean Kilpatrick/THE CANADIAN PRESS OTTAWA - Finance Minister Jim Flaherty is expected to announce new mortgage rules today that will make it more difficult for Canadians with limited savings to buy homes, or obtain loans.
Watch an Intense 15 Seconds of 'Breaking Bad' Season 5
For anyone who is curious - SEASON FOUR SPOILERS - the fifth season of "Breaking Bad" will pick up exactly where the fourth season ended, with Walter dealing with the repercussions of Gus Fring's death. "Literally, right after Gus's death," says Giancarlo Espisito, who plays/played Gus (flashback sequences have not been ruled out).
The Scratching Post: Cobourne returns (officially) and an update from practice
the Ticats have made the re-signing of running bach Avon Cobourne official and he's on the field this morning at Mac. He's not taking first team reps - yet - and I would imagine it will take him a few days to get up to speed in the new offence.