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  • Apple Pay Q&A: Ready to ditch your wallet?

    Apple wants you to ditch your wallet and pay with your iPhone. The company took aim Tuesday at the increasingly vulnerable credit card system, integrating a mobile payment system called Apple Pay into its new iPhones. The effort, which has been...
  • Copperfield and Houdini – that's one for the books -- York County man brokers deal

    Copperfield and Houdini – that's one for the books -- York County man brokers deal
    YORK – The book passed from one legendary magician to another, with Gordy Price's family and more than a century of time in between. Price, a York County man, decided this summer to sell a 1909 aviation manual that had been in his family for...
  • Alibaba: Good ol' Chinese know-how helps the U.S.

    Alibaba: Good ol' Chinese know-how helps the U.S.
    The hottest company in the business world is a Chinese firm with an Arabic name going public on a U.S. stock market. Oh, and one of the biggest beneficiaries of this development is ... the American economy. How can that be? Read on: Alibaba is one...
  • Alibaba set to price IPO shares amid investor frenzy

    Alibaba set to price IPO shares amid investor frenzy
    (Reuters) - Underwriters for Alibaba Group Holdings are planning to allocate the bulk of the heavily anticipated offering from the Chinese e-commerce company to a group of 25 to 50 large institutions when pricing is completed after the close of trading...
  • China house prices fall for fourth straight month as downtrend deepens

    BEIJING (Reuters) - China's new home prices fell in August for a fourth straight month and declines spread to a record number of cities, underlining a deepening downtrend in the property market that is increasingly weighing on the broader economy. News...
  • Acciones de Alibaba suben 38 pct por demanda masiva en debut bursátil

    NUEVA YORK (Reuters) - Las acciones de Alibaba Group Holding Ltd se dispararon el viernes un 38 por ciento en su primer día de cotización en la Bolsa de Nueva York, con inversores deseosos de participar en lo que parece ser la mayor Oferta Pública Inicial...
  • Reviews: 'Women in Clothes' and 'Worn Stories'

    Reviews: 'Women in Clothes' and 'Worn Stories'
    Gray suede pixie boots and a yoked chambray skirt that swished around my calves at the fourth-grade square dance. A pair of Converse shoes a friend decorated with a ballpoint pen in high school French class, the unfamiliar thrill of a boy handling my foot...
  • Alibaba to Raise Nearly $22 Billion in IPO, Biggest in U.S. History

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Chinese e-commerce and media giant Alibaba Group priced its initial public offering Thursday at $68 per share, set to raise about $21.8 billion in what would mark the biggest U.S. IPO ever, per multiple reports. The IPO values...
  • Bush family member angered by Republican Senate candidate's ads in Georgia

    (Reuters) - Neil Bush, son and brother of two former presidents, has denounced assertions in political ads for Republican Senate nominee David Perdue in Georgia that an organization founded by Bush's father funneled money to extremist groups. Bush is...
  • Alibaba Raises Nearly $22 Billion in IPO, Biggest in U.S. History

    Chinese e-commerce and media giant Alibaba Group priced its initial public offering Thursday at $68 per share, raising about $21.8 billion in what marks the biggest U.S. IPO ever, per multiple reports. The IPO values the company at close to $170 billion....
  • Big story trumps small value of family heirloom

    Q: I'm wondering if our family heirloom has any intrinsic value. My grandfather said that his father, a doughboy in post-WW I France, traded his rations for this serving tray with a Russian stamp. The seller was a Czarist servant, a refugee who fled...