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The world reacts to news that a doctor in New York tested positive for Ebola:
Uber: Confirmed driver in NY provided ride to Ebola patient yesterday; driver & subsequent passengers not at risk.
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The latest: What we know right now about the patient who has tested positive for Ebola in New York City.
NBC News: Several members of the Ebola rapid response team to arrive in NYC tonight, others in the morning, White House officials say.
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U.S. futures now: Dow ▼ 47 points S&P 500 ▼ 7 points Nasdaq ▼ 22 points Track futures:
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NYC: First symptoms that patient displayed were today at 10/11a; he used public subway system and went to bowling alley in Williamsburg.
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NY Gov. Cuomo: "We believe there are 4 people he came in contact with during the relevant period."
NY Gov. Cuomo: We believe the Ebola patient was exposed to only "very few people".
NY Gov. Cuomo: "We are as ready as one could be for this circumstance..." Live press conference:
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NYC Mayor: "Every hospital in the city is prepared" in the event that other Ebola patients come forward.
NYC Mayor on Ebola case: "There is no reason for New Yorkers to be alarmed..." Watch live:
Starting soon: Press conference at Bellevue Hospital regarding patient who is positive for Ebola in prelim. test »
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The world reacts to news that a doctor in New York tested positive for Ebola: (via @EliLanger)
JUST IN: President Obama has been briefed on the Ebola case in NYC. (via @NBCNews)
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Financial markets react quickly, with Dow futures falling 78 points & US 10-year Treasury yields falling to 2.24%:
Dollar falls 0.3% against the yen following reports of Ebola case in New York; Asia stocks pare gains:
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BREAKING: New York City doctor tests positive for Ebola, city officials say »
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Say it aint so, Bezos! Amazon's stock sold off after reporting disappointing quarterly results on Thursday. That news and more in tonight's #RapidRecap with @TheKellyEvans.
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A behind-the-scenes look at Josh Lipton on set in CNBC's Silicon Valley bureau ahead of today's Microsoft earnings. ICYMI, Q1 earning topped expectations at $0.54 per share vs. a $0.49 estimate.
EARNINGS ALERT: Microsoft Q1 EPS $0.54 vs. $0.49 Est.; Q1 Revs. $23.20B vs. $22.02B Est. • $MSFT QUOTE:
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