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Pfizer decides not to break up business

Company had been talking about a split for several years, thinking that two companies might grow faster than one

Supermarkets relax on checkout line limits

Some supermarket chains are trying to bring peace to what was supposed to be fastest checkout line.        

ISRO Makes India Proud By It’s Longest Ever Launch Mission; PSLV-C35 Places 8 Satellites In Different Orbits!

At exactly 9.12 AM IST, Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV-C35) took off from Satish Dhawan Space Centre in Sriharikota, carrying eight satellites into different orbits. This was ISRO’s longest ever launch mission spanning 2 hours and 15 minutes. Show More Summary

Global stocks mostly lower ahead of presidential debate

U.S. shares were set to drift lower, with Dow futures down 0.5 percent; S&P 500 futures fell 0.4 percent

Fed expects rate hike -- will economy play ball?

Reports this week feature consumer spending, business investment and new-home sales.        

Advancing Partnerships in the Workplace

In their research, Gartner analysts Jeffrey Brooks, Heather Colella, and John Roberts found that CIOs believe current approaches to assessing executive satisfaction are missing something, and that IT organizations require a technique that puts the onus on line of business...

Course Enrollment Matters, Even for Tax Purposes

Most people have heard at least one anecdote about a student who attempts to take a final exam in a course, only to discover that failure to have enrolled in the course shuts the door to the opportunity to earn a grade in the course....Show More Summary

The pound fell back to near Brexit lows (USD, DXY, JPY, NZD, NOK)

The British pound has tumbled back to near Brexit lows. The currency is down 0.2% at 1.2933 against the dollar as of 7:33 a.m. ET — not that far off of the post-Brexit low of 1.2798. Separately, a new KPMG survey found that just over three-quarters of the 100 CEOs surveyed were considering relocating their companies because of the Brexit vote. Show More Summary

Banner Year For Covered Call Trading

By Chris Ebert Covered Call trading is often one of the first types of trading that new options traders encounter, and for good reason. Covered Calls in most instances carry no more risk of loss than outright stock ownership; thus anyone who has traded stocks can usually handle these options contracts without taking on any […]

3 Tips to Starting Your Own Craft Brewery @bluemoonfounder

Keith Villa, founder of Blue Moon Brewing Company, explains why you have to be passionate about your product if you want to succeed in the beer business.

How Did A Woman Win A Science Writing Prize?

Why is it easier to believe a conspiracy theory than to believe that a woman could win an important prize based on her merits?

Frontrunning: September 26

Stocks Drop on Bank, Commodity Company Woes; Turkish Lira Falls (BBG) Clinton and Trump to square off in highly anticipated debate showdown (Reuters) Profit Slump for S&P 500 Heads for a Sixth Straight Quarter (WSJ) Oil rises as OPEC...Show More Summary

This is Not the Trump You are Looking For

Early on in this election, my dad was a Trump supporter. He was tired of politics as usual and decided that he wanted to vote for an "outsider"--someone who speaks from the heart, who isn't burdened by special interests, and who could shake things up. Show More Summary

What their past performances tell us about the first presidential debate between Clinton and Trump

Clinton-Trump debate updates: Both will try to appeal to skeptical voters Sept. 26, 2016, 4:09 a.m. Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump will both try to leverage what is likely to be their single biggest audience to reshape negative views of them. Tonight's debate could be the single biggest chance...

Picking a college degree based on its financial return

The math can be exceedingly tricky, but thinking of your choice as a long-term investment beats rushing into it blindly

2 of the biggest exchange groups in the US have agreed to merge (BATS)

The Chicago Board of Options (CBOE) has agreed to buy Bats Global Markets in a $3.2 billion deal, a statement said on Monday. CBOE will fund the transaction through a combination of stock and debt. "The transaction will significantly...Show More Summary

How to Profit While These Zombie Companies Still Roam the Earth

What a shock - the Fed didn't raise interest rates last week. Its next chance is in December - we'll see if it chickens out then, too. The post How to Profit While These Zombie Companies Still Roam the Earth was originally published at The Wall Street Examiner. Follow the money!

The 1 Trait All Incredible Leaders Have In Common

Barbara Corcoran, 'Shark Tank' host and real estate entrepreneur, explains how she can tell right away who's got the talent to be a leader.

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