Firms Analyze Tweets to Gauge Sentiment

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“Sentiment analysis” startups are trying to tap Wall Street’s growing desire to harness the world’s vast amount of data to make predictions about the movements of stocks and other securities and derivatives.

Noble Tightens Bonds With Investors

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The beleaguered commodities house’s move to redeem a dollar bond early makes more difference psychologically than materially.

China's Bazooka Fails to Overwhelm

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China’s stock market bailout probably won’t work. A bigger question is why the country’s leaders felt the need to do it in the first place.

European Leaders Look to Chart Path Following Vote

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The architects of Greece’s bailout struggled to respond to a resounding “no” in Sunday’s referendum on the austerity measures they had tied to their aid program.

Controversial Greek Finance Minister Resigns

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Greece’s confrontational finance minister resigned after the country rejected bailout terms in a referendum, keeping up his defiant stance even as he acknowledged he was stepping aside to smooth negotiations.

Outcome Takes Eurozone Into the Unknown

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However Greeks had voted Sunday would have heralded a period of turmoil. But with a resounding victory for the “no” vote, Greece and the eurozone are taking a leap into the unknown.

Airlines Embrace Self-Service Bag Tagging

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As carriers look to speed up baggage queues, they are turning to self-service kiosks and digital trackers to continue to reduce lost or misdirected luggage.

Hats Off to Web Advertising

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Internet-advertising technology should be hated less and thanked more: Since the debut of the Web banner ad in 1994, ad tech has been a finishing school for some of the greatest minds in tech history.

McDonald's, KFC Look to Get Faster in China

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McDonald’s and Yum Brands are looking to add digital options to win back business after a rough year in the critical Chinese market.

Wage Measures Send Mixed Signals

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The latest wage data were disappointing for American workers, but several other measures of earnings are much more upbeat, creating a confusing picture as Fed officials weigh raising interest rates.

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