4 U.S. governors on jobs: Not enough workers

A panel of U.S. governors collectively said job skills are an increasing issue in their states, a reflection of the job skills gap in America and near-record number of jobs openings. <Br><Br><a href="" rel="nofollow"><img src=""></a>

Twitter shares hit lowest level ever

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Are sensitive U.S. economic reports being leaked?

A new academic study shows there is significant "price drift" in the 30 minutes before the release of various U.S. macroeconomic reports, including the preliminary GDP report.

What's wrong with Apple?

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Oil town Americans late on car loan payments

Banks surveyed by the Federal Reserve warn that financial stress in the oil industry is starting to infect loans made to businesses and households in energy-dependent regions of the U.S.

Zillow CEO: When you should buy vs. rent

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Why Whole Foods CEO envies Trader Joe's

Whole Foods CEO John Mackey says he envies private companies like Trader Joe's, a major competitor, because they're not subject to all the regulation that public companies are.

China spends record amount buying up foreign companies

Chinese companies are on a $108 billion dollar record shopping spree, snapping up foreign firms at an incredible pace.<Br><Br><a href="" rel="nofollow"><img src=""></a>

Stocks: 5 things to know before the U.S. open

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