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Thursday, October 23, 2014

New York Times Business

Economists See Holes in G.O.P.'s Post-Election Wish List

Yesterday
Anticipating a takeover of Congress, Republicans have assembled an economic agenda that reflects their small-government philosophy, but leaves many economists underwhelmed. by By JACKIE CALMES

Bits Blog: Google Unveils Inbox, a New Take on Email. And Possibly a Replacement for Gmail.

Yesterday
Google has created a new app for people to manage their overflowing inboxes. by By FARHAD MANJOO

DealBook: In Turnabout, Former Regulators Assail Wall St. Watchdogs

Yesterday
When former top government officials become white-collar defense lawyers, they still wield influence when they weigh in on enforcement matters, Jesse Eisinger writes in The Trade column. by By JESSE EISINGER

App Smart: Don’t Be Afraid of These Halloween-Themed Apps

Yesterday
Play games, and get ideas for pumpkin carving, recipes and more for the spooky holiday. by By KIT EATON

When the Buck Stops Here. And Here.

Yesterday
Two heads can be better than one in a start-up. but sometimes one needs to take charge to have a clear chain of command. by By SARAH MAX

State of the Art: Devices With Yosemite and iOS 8 Operating Systems Seamlessly Connect in Apple’s Ecosystem

Yesterday
The tech giant has succeeded in ensuring that its phones, tablets and computers work seamlessly together. You might never leave. by By FARHAD MANJOO

Wall Street Edges Higher on Earnings Gains

Yesterday
Yahoo and Dow Chemical were early risers after issuing solid results. by By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Disruptions: At Facebook, Creating Empathy Among Cyberbullying

Yesterday
Arturo Bejar is trying to create empathy among teenage users to curb cyberbullying and harassment. by By NICK BILTON

New Commissioners Approved for E.U.'s Executive Branch

Yesterday
The vote by lawmakers ended months of sometimes acrimonious debate over the administrative direction of the 28-nation bloc. by By JAMES KANTER

U.S. Consumer Prices Barely Rise as Energy Costs Fall

Yesterday
Consumer prices rose marginally in September as energy costs fell broadly, painting a weak inflation picture. by By REUTERS

Passenger Jets Push Boeing’s Profit Up 18%

Yesterday
Robust demand for commercial jets and an increased pace of production helped Boeing earn $1.36 billion in the third quarter. by By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Sinosphere Blog: China Putting on Its Shiniest Face for Economic Summit

Yesterday
Now that China is the world’s second-largest economy, its leaders have proved willing to throw some cash around to ensure this year’s APEC summit meeting fully represents the country’s transformation into an economic giant and important geopolitical player. by By BREE FENG

DealBook: Market Volatility Merely a Symptom of Larger Issues

Yesterday
Recent worries about the global economy, including monetary policy, geopolitics and Ebola, have exposed the fragility of some widely held assumptions. by By ROB COX

Dow Chemical Profit Beats as Plastics Sales Rise

Yesterday
Dow Chemical Co, the No. 1 chemical maker in the United States by sales, was helped by higher sales in its plastics and performance materials business units. by By REUTERS

Total, French Oil Giant, Picks 2 Insiders to Lead Company After Chief’s Death

Yesterday
The head of Total’s refining and chemicals business was chosen as chief executive and a previous chief will be chairman. by By DAVID JOLLY and STANLEY REED

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