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Tuesday, July 22, 2014

New York Times Business

DealBook: Spitzer Returns, Taking Aim Again at Financial Analysts

44 minutes ago
Eliot Spitzer, the disgraced former governor of New York, is now backing a website called TipRanks, an Israeli start-up that aims to hold financial experts accountable for their stock recommendations. by By SYDNEY EMBER

Monetary Policy: Not Everyone Is Addicted to Inflation

1 hour 39 minutes ago
Even if the goal of looser money and higher inflation has failed to attract much conservative support, market monetarists have achieved most of their policy goals. by By JOSH BARRO

F.A.A. Halts U.S. Flights to Israel

1 hour 44 minutes ago
Major American airlines stopped flying to Israel on Tuesday after a rocket fell near Ben-Gurion International Airport outside Tel Aviv, and the Federal Aviation Adfministration told the carriers not to fly to Tel Aviv for 24 hours. by By JAD MOUAWAD

In Search for Gay Characters, Don’t Turn to Action or Fantasy Films

2 hours 45 minutes ago
A new study by Glaad finds only four significant lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender characters in 43 action, science fiction and fantasy films. by By MICHAEL CIEPLY

Investor Outlook: The Importance of Shedding Some Light on Dark Pools

3 hours 2 minutes ago
The growth in private, unregulated stock exchanges raises questions about risks both to investors and to the larger economy. by By JARED BERNSTEIN

In Blow to Health Law, Appeals Court Limits Subsidies

3 hours 56 minutes ago
A federal appeals court ruled Tuesday that the government could not subsidize premiums in three dozen states using the federal exchange, potentially upending President Obama’s health care law. by By ROBERT PEAR

McDonald’s Net Falls on Weak U.S. and European Sales

3 hours 58 minutes ago
Quarterly profit fell more than expected after established restaurants in the company’s struggling American division turned in a third straight quarterly sales decline. by By REUTERS

DealBook: CIT to Buy OneWest for $3.4 Billion

4 hours 1 minute ago
The CIT Group, which is run by John A. Thain, has agreed to acquire the parent company of OneWest Bank for $3.4 billion in cash and stock. by By MICHAEL J. DE LA MERCED

Home Sales Rise for Third Consecutive Month

4 hours 7 minutes ago
Sales in the United States of previously owned homes rose 2.6 percent, providing evidence that housing is regaining lost momentum. by By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Markets Rise on Positive Inflation Data and Earnings Reports

4 hours 48 minutes ago
Investors were also heartened by an apparent easing of geopolitical tensions. by By REUTERS

Coca-Cola Profit Falls in Second Quarter

5 hours 34 minutes ago
The company reported lower-than-expected revenue as sales volumes in North America, its biggest market, failed to show growth for the second consecutive quarter. by By REUTERS

Verizon Profit Rises 93% in Second Quarter

5 hours 47 minutes ago
Verizon reported Tuesday that its second-quarter earnings nearly doubled after it secured full ownership of Verizon Wireless. by By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Comcast Earns $2 Billion on Strength in Cable Business

6 hours 25 minutes ago
Comcast, the country’s largest cable operator, said second-quarter profit increased almost 15 percent despite a loss of 144,000 video customers. by By EMILY STEEL

Wireless Subscriptions Bolster Verizon

7 hours 5 minutes ago
Verizon Communications, the largest American wireless telecoms company, reported better-than-expected quarterly revenue, but net profit fell 16.8 percent. by By REUTERS

DuPont’s Profit Climbs 3.9 Percent

7 hours 59 minutes ago
The company’s results matched analysts’ expectations. by By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

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