• The buzz for free coffee on National Coffee Day
The buzz for free coffee on National Coffee Day

Monday-Friday. Dunkin' Donuts is a market leader in the hot regular/decaf/flavored coffee, iced coffee, donut, bagel and muffin categories. Krispy Kreme: A free 12-ounce coffee as well as an original glazed doughnut . Wawa , Inc. will offer free coffee of any size at each of its locations in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Delaware, ...

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  • Wells Fargo Announces $60 Million Clawbacks, But No 'Real Accountability'
Wells Fargo Announces $60 Million Clawbacks, But No 'Real Accountability'

Tolstedt would forfeit $19 million in unvested equity compensation . A group of Democratic senators last week asked the department to investigate whether Wells Fargo tellers, branch managers and customer service reps were harassed and threatened with termination in the aggressive sales push.

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  • Appeals court hears arguments in Clean Power Plan case
Appeals court hears arguments in Clean Power Plan case

Those arguments are expected to continue throughout the day. In the United States, the EPA has designed the Clean Power Plan to give states the flexibility they need to meet their individual targets, which vary depending on a number of circumstances.

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  • Asia stocks slip, risk aversion grips for U.S. debate
Asia stocks slip, risk aversion grips for U.S. debate

On Wall Street, the Dow .DJI fell 0.91 percent, while the S&P 500 .SPX lost 0.86 percent and the Nasdaq .IXIC 0.91 percent. The dollar was already down at 100.34 yen and threatening a psychological bulwark at 100.00. Against a basket of currencies, the dollar was a fraction firmer at 96.360 .DXY and the euro was steady at $1.1242 EUR= . US and ...

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  • Archeologists denounce Dakota Access pipeline for destroying artifacts
Archeologists denounce Dakota Access pipeline for destroying artifacts

The sale is significant in the Standing Rock Sioux's standoff with Energy Access Partners because for weeks many protesters have occupied part of the ranch's leased federal land as more numbers have poured into the camp. "It's really important that we stop this pipeline, not only for water rights but for sacred Native rights", Trundle said. The com...

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  • Cruz throws his support to Trump's campaign at last
Cruz throws his support to Trump's campaign at last

Cruz endorsing Trump are not completely surprising, in the last few weeks Mike Pence who is Trump's vice presidential nominee started to exchange communications with Ted Cruz and even met at Capitol Hill. "Hillary Clinton is manifestly unfit to be president, and her policies would harm millions of Americans", Cruz wrote Friday. Trump has expres...

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  • Wall Street rally continues after Fed rate decision
Wall Street rally continues after Fed rate decision

A gauge of 14 gold producers tracked by Bloomberg Intelligence headed for the biggest two-day gain in two months. Fed-fund futures suggested a very modest pickup in expectations for a rate increase in December, after the USA central bank signaled it expects an increase by the end of the year, and three officials also dissented for the first tim...

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  • Drugmaker Pfizer decides not to break up business
Drugmaker Pfizer decides not to break up business

Pfizer said a split would not boost cash flow or better position the businesses competitively. The drugmaker will also preserve its option to separate "should factors materially change at some point in the future". "Clearly there is some disappointment" about the decision not to break up the company, said Alex Arfaei, an analyst at BMO Capital Mark...

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  • North Korea mocks President Obama in sketch comedy special
North Korea mocks President Obama in sketch comedy special

A day after two US B-1 bombers flew over South Korea in a show of force following North Korea's nuclear test, Pyongyang on Wednesday dismissed it as "bluffing" and "blustering" by Washington. Minister Yun called for the swift adoption of a stronger UN Security Council resolution to deter Pyongyang from engaging in further missile launches or nu...

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  • Deutsche Bank Says Nein to Settlement Demand
Deutsche Bank Says Nein to Settlement Demand

Bank stocks across the region fell in Deutsche's slipstream. The FTSE 100 is still up around 8 percent since the start of 2016, as record low interest rates from the Bank of England have hit returns on bonds and cash and driven investors to seek better returns available from the stock market.

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  • PM appeals for peace as Cauvery violence claims 2nd life in Karnataka
PM appeals for peace as Cauvery violence claims 2nd life in Karnataka

State ministers held emergency meetings Tuesday after demonstrators vandalized shops and set fire to more than 100 cars, buses and trucks in Bangalore, Karnataka, after days of tension following a Supreme Court order to release water from the state's reservoirs to neighboring state Tamil Nadu.

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  • Crude oil futures decline on weak Asian leads
Crude oil futures decline on weak Asian leads

U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude futures rose $1.29, or 2.9 percent, to settle at $45.34. For Brent, he said prices may test support at $45.63/bbl and, failing to hold that level, could fall to just more than $45/bbl. Benchmark Brent crude was down 1.5 percent at $45.27 a barrel at 5:33 p.m.in Dubai. The London barrel hit an intraday hi...

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  • Tesla Motors Inc (TSLA) Drags Michigan State to Court
Tesla Motors Inc (TSLA) Drags Michigan State to Court

Tesla says GM supported its dealerships in their bid to make sure Tesla could not sell vehicles in MI. "The sole goal for applying [the law] to a non-franchising manufacturer like Tesla is to insulate Michigan's entrenched automobile dealers and manufacturers from competition", Tesla said in the suit.

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  • Denmark's Maersk to Split in Two
Denmark's Maersk to Split in Two

Investors gave the news a cautious welcome, with Maersk shares trading slightly higher on September 22. The company said it has no plans to demerge the energy units in a single move. The group was founded in 1904 by A.P. Moller and was turned into a conglomerate operating in 130 countries by his son, Maersk Mc-Kinney Moller. Claus V.

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  • Here are the risks Janet Yellen sees ahead
Here are the risks Janet Yellen sees ahead

Inflation is low and it's been years since we hit our target! Super Wednesday turned out to be not so super after all for the Bank of Japan (BOJ) and the U.S. They now expect the 4.9% unemployment rate to dip to 4.8% by year-end, slightly higher than their June forecast of 4.7%. The projections reflect the forecasts of all 17 participants in th...

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  • Oil Tumbles 3 Percent After Both IEA, OPEC See Glut Persisting
Oil Tumbles 3 Percent After Both IEA, OPEC See Glut Persisting

The IEA left its forecast for demand growth for 2017 unchanged from its prediction in June at 1.2 million barrels per day, but cut its forecast for 2016 consumption growth to 1.3 million bpd, from 1.4 million. Similarly, the gasoline inventory levels surged to 567,000 barrels while the market was expecting 343,000 barrels of buildup. Oil fell to ...

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  • Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime Release Date Specifications, Features and Price
Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime Release Date Specifications, Features and Price

Customers can also get a refund for the phone. The massive recall has resulted in a scramble for Samsung to replace the Galaxy Note 7 across the globe. "This calls for concern as some Nigerian consumers may already have purchased the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 for personal or other uses". As of September 12, local financial information provider ...

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  • US Agency Orders Corrective Action After Gas Pipeline Spill
US Agency Orders Corrective Action After Gas Pipeline Spill

Colonial shut its main gasoline and distillate lines that run from the Gulf Coast to the East Coast on September 9 after a leak was discovered in Shelby County , Alabama . Ships are getting ready to carry some of the fuel from Texas to NY, and there may be more tanker trucks on the road carrying fuel as well. "Tankers are just having to driv...

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  • Atlantic City Officer Shot Outside Casino
Atlantic City Officer Shot Outside Casino

The second police officer managed to dodge the bullets and shoot down one of the suspects. At least one of the men opened fire, striking one unidentified officer, White said. New Jersey State Police located Martell Chisholm, 19, in Bridgeton, New Jersey, and Demetrius Cross, 28, in Millville, New Jersey. But it turns out that three of those men...

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  • Iam Bremner sees Loch Ness Monster, NOT three seals playing together
Iam Bremner sees Loch Ness Monster, NOT three seals playing together

Ian said: "I suppose it could be seals - but I'm not so sure". He added that he's "normally a bit of a sceptic when it comes to Nessie", but now he's changing his mind. Unlike older photos, this shot is surprisingly clear; no odd shadows, no ambiguous blurs, just a very peculiar-looking thing slithering through the water! In December last year,...

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