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Asian relief as China's factories top low expectations

Asian shares recouped early losses on Tuesday while commodities won a break from recent selling pressure after a reading on China's massive factory sector outpaced the market's bleak expectations

Alibaba’s Jack Ma tops China rich list

Internet billionaires account for five of China’s 10 richest people, with Alibaba founder Jack Ma now the country’s richest person following his company’s listing in the biggest initial public offering in history last Friday

Corporate inversions mean tax hit for shareholders

China allocates funds for flood-hit Chongqing

Alibaba sets IPO price at 68 USD per share: source

Investors urge action on climate change ahead of UN summit

U.S. initial jobless claims fall to 280,000

Ireland sees big drop in July's exports

    Financial Times

  • Alibaba’s Jack Ma tops China rich list
  • Internet billionaires account for five of China’s 10 richest people, with Alibaba founder Jack Ma now the country’s richest person following his company’s listing in the biggest initial public offering in history l...

    USA TODAY

  • Corporate inversions mean tax hit for shareholders
  • The pending deal is expected to help Medtronic avoid billions of dollars of U.S. taxes on future foreign profits if the company opts to invest them in the U.S., such as by building new plants, funding research or buyi...
  • It was an exciting week on Wall Street, which was nicely timed since the new elevision season in the U.S. starts next week