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Northfolk Southern CEO derails rail stocks usat.ly/1DBz1Of
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$YELP forecasts sales of $107 mln to $108 mln vs. $111 expected by analysts
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Yelp shares drop more than 10% in after-hours trading after releasing earnings. $YELP
AT&T shares drop more than 2% in after--hours trading after earnings release. $T
Top Dow loser today: Boeing. Aircraft maker falls 4% despite reporting earnings that beat forecasts.
Stocks close lower as Dow tumbles 153 points, S&P 500 breaks four-day winning streak. usat.ly/ZH04bx
Find out why Apple's Tim Cook is smiling today usat.ly/1ylF5az (Photo: @GettyImages) pic.twitter.com/BzLOJMjLaq
S&P 500 is in danger of breaking a 4-day winning streak: Index is down 0.3% with less than an hour to go in trading. usat.ly/ZH04bx
So long, Gmail? Google launches new email service usat.ly/1DB9J2w (Photo: Virginia Mayo, AP) pic.twitter.com/JIUQWHCiZI
Neuharth and Bradlee were the feuding yin and yang of 1980s journalism, @DColtonNow says usat.ly/1tcgTrU
#BREAKING Stocks nose further into red amid news of Canada shootings; Dow off 100 usat.ly/1tKRpCU
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A notorious N.J. fugitive is on the lam again usat.ly/1tccSDQ (Photo: Tanya Breen, Asbury Park Press) pic.twitter.com/BIgJtINYVp
Sexy iPad Air 2 is fabulous but not a must upgrade, @edbaig says usat.ly/1yl1Wmy
FYI analyst note on $YHOO from Rosenblatt Securities research director Martin Pyykkonen bit.ly/1tLg8al @usatodaytech
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Raw video: Shooting inside Canadian Parliment: usat.ly/1tLeNjH (USA TODAY screengrab) pic.twitter.com/brBgPipiXa
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Police confirm 'several' shootings in Ottawa; PM safe; downtown buildings in lockdown trib.al/hbcq0zC pic.twitter.com/FlvvBW7Cu2
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#BREAKING Apple shares touch all-time high in midday trading usat.ly/1tKRpCU
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Why is this man smiling? usat.ly/10nFdew (Photo: Getty Images) pic.twitter.com/7UlChZpAwQ
U.S. expands airbag warning to 7.8 million vehicles usat.ly/1wkrxvE (Photo: Pontiac) pic.twitter.com/L6wD1MLh8v
Bradlee-Neuharth "feud" fueled two egos usat.ly/1CVXX0s (Photos: FLORIDA TODAY and USA TODAY) pic.twitter.com/IUGIYubPpJ
Survey lists Americans' biggest fears (and it's not clowns) usat.ly/1tKQpid via @USATODAY
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Crazed U.S. stock bubble: Investors have yanked a net $40.3 billion from domestic stock funds this year.
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Toys R Us pulls "Breaking Bad" dolls from shelves usat.ly/1nz2rIM
ICYMI: 10 worst states for women via @247WallSt usat.ly/1nz0YSO Photo: Thinkstock) pic.twitter.com/ZresCvspLx
Lower gasoline prices temper inflation for third straight month, Labor's Consumer Price Index shows usat.ly/1ykmyeC
Middle-class Americans have a median of $20K tucked away for retirement, but they think they'll need $250K. usatoday.com/story/money/pe…
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'Business Insider' editor heads to Bloomberg usat.ly/1uEDtFc
Yahoo shares $YHOO up 5% premarket off earnings usat.ly/ZGpkyF
Bitcoin may be volatile but has value beyond price point usat.ly/1vMuJRy
On today's #frontpage: Second wave of #immigration reshapes America. Washington Post editor Ben Bradlee dies. pic.twitter.com/bjN39sSpMw
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49% say we're "better off" as USA diversifies; 25% say "worse." What say you? bit.ly/1yXRTXU #changingface pic.twitter.com/sTgyAC5kOD
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Boeing $BA profit jumps in Q3 on demand for aircraft usat.ly/1wtvHlS
Ask Matt: Can I still get rich off Apple? usat.ly/1yk1mFE
Watch our interview: How Nadella plans to upend Microsoft usat.ly/1nyK0Up
Meet and greet: Here are 6 networking tips for retirees usat.ly/1rq5nmf
ICYMI: Total oil company CEO dies in Moscow plane crash usat.ly/128XLzU
JPMorgan hit with $78 million in EU fines usat.ly/128oBrM
September unemployment rates fall in 31 states usat.ly/1tbjMIv
Since the old, October 9, 2007 market high, the Wilshire 5000 index is up 29.59 percent or $5.8 trillion.
The Wilshire 5000 is up 198.66 percent or $16.4 trillion from the Financial Crisis low of March 9, 2009.