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Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Fox Business

Japan's Line To Delay New York, Tokyo IPO: Report

Yesterday
Operator of Japan's most popular mobile-messaging service, Line Corp., is delaying plans to list in Tokyo and New York, the Nikkei reported Tuesday.

Claman on Call: Housing Data Dents Stocks

Yesterday
Welcome to Claman on Call -- the markets may be closed, but FOX Business is always on call. by Cheryl Casone

Treasury Department Takes Aim at Corporate Inversions

Yesterday
The Treasury Department said it will crack down on techniques by many U.S. companies seeking to reduce their tax burden by moving overseas.  

SpaceX Breaks Ground on Texas Orbital Launch Facility

Yesterday
Privately owned SpaceX started construction in south Texas on Monday for what the company said will be the first private commercial orbital launch facility in the world.

Bah Humbug! Spirit Jacks Up Baggage Fees For The Holidays

Yesterday
Fee-happy Spirit Airlines will now charge people traveling during the holidays an extra

Starbucks Tests Stout Beer-Flavored 'Dark Barrel Latte'

Yesterday
Dark beer lovers take note. Starbucks Corp is testing a "dark barrel latte" in a handful of its cafes in Ohio and Florida.

China and Home Sales Drag Markets Lower

Yesterday
U.S. markets were under pressure Monday, following comments by China’s Financial Minister that eroded hopes for additional stimulus, heightening growth concerns.   by Michael Goldstein

Herbalife Shares Hit 17-month Low

Yesterday
Shares of Herbalife tumbled 10% Monday, to close at their lowest level in nearly 17 months, with losses accelerating in the final two hours of trading. by Michael Goldstein

NY Financial Regulator to Focus on Cyber Security

Yesterday
New York's financial regulator will focus on cyber security over the next year saying it's impossible to take the issue seriously enough.

Frozen barley crops to push craft beer prices higher in N. America

Yesterday
Beer prices in North America may rise next year as brewers and maltsters face higher costs after cold, wet weather damaged Canadian barley crops and left farmers and tipplers crying in their beer.

SEC Announces Largest Reward Ever

Yesterday
An anonymous tipster living abroad will be receiving $30 million, in the largest whistleblower award ever doled out by U.S. securities regulators as part of a program that aims to incentivize insiders to report wrongdoing.

Want to be a Smartphone Critic? Don’t Talk About the Quality…of the Call!

Yesterday
In all the reviews I’ve seen of Apple’s latest iPhone line, nowhere does the subject of “call quality” come up. Or “calls,” period. Not ever. Not once. by Neil Cavuto

AutoNation, Hennessey Join Forces to Boost Horsepower

Yesterday
Hennessey Performance Engineering and AutoNation, America's largest automotive retail chain, are bringing more horsepower to a dealer near you. by Matthew Rocco

Mortgage Lending Fell in 2013 as Rates Rose: Report

Yesterday
Mortgage lending fell in 2013 from the year before primarily due to rising interest rates that made buying a house more expensive, according to data released Monday by a group of banking regulators.

Climate Change Activists Ascend on Wall Street

Yesterday
Hundreds of protesters marched through New York City's financial district on Monday to call attention to what organizers say is capitalism's contribution to climate change, snarling traffic and risking arrest as they sought to block Wall Street.

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