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  • Wall Street delivers bad news to Amazon
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  • U.S., South Korea Agree -- U.S. Needs To Take Command In War
  • Doctor's Ebola Case Points To Need For A Frank Assessment Of Risk In The Community
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  • Management Lessons From Mars
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  • Cyber start-up Illumio gets more funding
  • Jakarta: ripe for a tech start-up take-off
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  • Crowdfunding merits its hype
  • Google Ventures sets out Europe strategy
  • Trium finds a winning formula
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  • Bits Blog: Mark Zuckerberg, Speaking Mandarin, Tries to Win Over China for Facebook
  • Losses Jump at Amazon, as Investments Pile Up
  • Microsoft’s Sales Increase, Helped by Its Acquisition of Nokia, and Investors Notice
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