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The Leftovers S1E5

It always warms my heart when the first thing I hear/read is “Fuck you, you fucking cunts!” Music to my ears.

What puzzles me still about the show is why don’t they arrest or at least fine the people in white? 557 more words

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Where smart investors can put money now

Soaring stocks are great, if you already own them. But if you’re looking to get in, or add to your portfolio, finding bargains is much more difficult now. 219 more words

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Suits S4E6

Drama, drama!

Rachel, you stupid cunt! Just tell the dude to fuck off, what’s with all flirty half-conversations? You don’t have time to fuck Mike, but you have time to drive across Manhattan to say what you could’ve texted. 71 more words

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Soda Stream sizzles on buyout speculation

Takeover talk  put the fizz back in SodaStream International, pushing shares up $2.73 (9.5%) to $31.63 Thursday after popping 26% in early trading.

The Israeli-based marketer of  carbonated beverage systems could possibly be taken private in a  leveraged buyout that values the company at about $830 million, according to a Bloomberg News report.   80 more words

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S&P 500 nears 2000, a 'giant leap' for investors

When it comes to big, round numbers and market milestones that equate to a “wow” moment on Wall Street, 2000 on the Standard & Poor’s 500 stock index is akin to walking on the moon. 288 more words

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With data cupboard bare, Facebook profits in spotlight

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With no economic data releases on the docket today, Wall Street will focus mainly on corporate earnings reports, including Facebook’s results after today’s close. 290 more words

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Wall Street eyes soda, burgers, Apple earnings

NEW YORK —  Can sales of soda, hamburgers and apples (Apple gadgets, actually) shift Wall Street’s focus off of bad stuff — like a plane being shot out of the sky in Ukraine, gun battles in Gaza and finger-pointing politicians — back to more traditional market matters, such as the earnings power of Corporate America? 294 more words

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