Mason Capital Met With TransCanada Shareholders

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Mason Capital Management met with TransCanada Corp. shareholders to gauge interest in shaking up the pipeline operator's corporate structure to boost its stock price, according to a person familiar with the matter.

Alibaba Shares Surge on First Day

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Alibaba shares surged in their market debut Friday, making the Chinese e-commerce giant one of the most valuable companies in the U.S.

Alibaba IPO Brings Lucrative Gains for a Select Few

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Investors lucky enough to get shares in Alibaba's initial public offering Thursday saw the stock price soar 36% when the shares opened for trading Friday.

SAP to Buy Concur Technologies

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SAP has agreed to buy Concur Technologies, a provider of expense-management software, in a deal valued at about $8.3 billion.

Boeing Faces a Future Without Fighter Jets

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Aerospace giant Boeing is preparing to shift away from fighter jets as orders dry up, leaving a company with a rich military history without a fighter and ceding the market to Lockheed.

This Man's Job: Make Bill Gates Richer

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Secretive money manager Michael Larson has helped make Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates's fortune balloon to $82 billion in last 20 years.

Cocoa Surges on Ebola Fears

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Prices for the key chocolate ingredient have surged by over 6% this week amid fears the deadly Ebola virus spreading through West Africa could disrupt the region's supply of cocoa.

Pound Briefly Buoyed by Scottish Vote

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Scottish voters' decision to stick with the rest of the U.K. lifted stocks, but gave sterling only a brief boost as it left investors with gnawing doubts about the long-term political outlook.

Alibaba Shares Open Higher

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Shares of Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba opened at $92.70, up from their initial public offering price of $68.

U.S. Stocks Hitting Fresh Records

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Major stock benchmarks shot to fresh records Friday as investors cheered Scottish voters' decision to remain part of the U.K., while market watchers looked ahead to public trading of Alibaba.

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