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Durable goods orders in July jump 22.6% on strong aircraft orders.
Today's links: Buffett funds Burger King deal; Knee Defender gets user thrown off airplane.…
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Burger King to buy Tim Hortons for about $11 billion and move headquarters to Canada.
Economic reports due out this morning: Durable goods orders, consumer confidence and Case-Shiller home prices.
The S&P 500 is at record highs and you may think stocks are too pricey: Here’s 11 stocks that are still bargains.
Rem Rieder: Refreshing straight talk from CNN’s Jeff Zucker about news cutbacks.
Trish Regan asks: Has Fed policy jumped the shark?
Some investors worry rising wages could hold down stock prices.
Volkswagen gives luxury price to new electric Golf hatchback sedan.
Tim Hortons has cult-like following across Canada but faces key challenges on the U.S. side of the border:
Ford races to rebuild truck plant for aluminum F-150. (Photo: Ford)
What's not in the Starbucks Pumpkin Spice Latte? Pumpkin!
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S&P tops 2000 for first time but fails to close above it; notches 29th record close for 2014.
Listen to Elizabeth Weise on KPCC right now, talking about the Napa earthquake!
Whopper of a tax deal: Burger King stock soars 24% as it eyes buying Canada's Tim Hortons in tax inversion deal.
Beyond S&P 2000: 11 big stocks still bargains (Photo: AP) $DAL
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It took 6,379 days for the S&P 500 to go from 100 to 200. Took 6,263 days to go from 1,000 to 2,000.
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Wall Street hits new milestone: S&P 500 tops 2000 for the first time.
New home sales in July unexpectedly fell 2.4% to the lowest annual sales rate since March.
Stocks open higher as the S&P 500 jumps into record territory and moves within 2 points of 2000.