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AT&T, Time Warner Shares Drop Amid Wall Street Skepticism

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AT&T Inc. can add Wall Street to the list of parties skeptical of its $85.4 billion deal to buy Time Warner Inc.

Faith-Based Investor Group Calls for Transparency in Drug Pricing

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A group of 300 institutional investors, including many with ties to religious organizations, is waging a new campaign to press drugmakers to justify their price increases.

Car Makers Struggle With Dashboard Screens

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Auto makers racing against Silicon Valley to develop self-driving cars and electric vehicles face technological challenges with a longstanding mainstay: the dashboard screen.

Sputtering Startups Weigh on U.S. Economic Growth

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The U.S. economy is inching along, productivity is flagging and millions of Americans appear locked out of the labor market. One key factor intertwined with this loss of dynamism: The U.S. is creating startup businesses at historically low rates.

Central Bank Chief Says Canada Can Handle More Infrastructure Investment

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The Canadian government has ample fiscal room to increase spending on infrastructure, Bank of Canada Gov. Stephen Poloz said.

U.S. Existing-Home Sales Rebounded in September

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A pickup in home sales last month signaled stabilization in the U.S. housing sector despite continued pressure from tight inventory and rising prices.

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