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Group of 14 financial firms, led by Goldman, buy instant-messaging company in a bid to change how traders communicate on.wsj.com/1x1tqwP
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Prosecutors look into possible leak from #Ferguson grand juror on.wsj.com/1uflwAD
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Germany replaces China as the world's trade-surplus boogeyman on.wsj.com/1vw6aWN pic.twitter.com/LQGOdiRa2i
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Get the latest on the protests in #HongKong on our new WeChat account. Add us using WeChat ID: TheWallStreetJournal pic.twitter.com/M9iVhuF6QT
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Japanese firms are taking a page from the playbooks of Larry Page and Mark Zuckerberg: on.wsj.com/YSLM77
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Drag queens will now be able to use their stage names on Facebook: on.wsj.com/1rw8Aqe $FB pic.twitter.com/lG8alpnI7Y
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Editorial in Communist Party's flagship paper calls #HongKong protests a 'desecration of democracy and rule of law' on.wsj.com/1xEvAG1
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Chinese officials gave 10,000 pigeons' a full-body cavity search before releasing them in a ceremony on.wsj.com/1rwTLDQ
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Protesters in #HongKong threaten to escalate actions if demands aren't met by midnight on.wsj.com/1xEwbHx pic.twitter.com/XLNoL97jhY
What gear do medical workers treating patients with Ebola wear? @jasonbellini has #TheShortAnswer: on.wsj.com/1tiaCWv
Protests in #HongKong put a brake on China National Day tourists on.wsj.com/1qUq616 via @WSJ (photo: Reuters) pic.twitter.com/wOPwWSFpVC
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When should a Supreme Court justice sit out a case? on.wsj.com/1tijnzP pic.twitter.com/mAZCDbU0MD
How well do you know India? Take our quiz to find out: on.wsj.com/Zs4Me6 pic.twitter.com/CJtj9H5Qf9
Lotte won long-awaited approval to open Korea's tallest skyscraper, but with strings attached. on.wsj.com/1BASN9v pic.twitter.com/auu7F9kJu6
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Drug companies race to create vaccines for deadly virus that has killed 8 million pigs in the U.S. since 2013: on.wsj.com/1rIZVj9
Penn State is the second major U.S. university in a week to cut ties with the Confucius Institute program on.wsj.com/1qYKCh8
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A timeline of Hong Kong's civil disobedience movement: on.wsj.com/1ueATJy #OccupyCentral pic.twitter.com/OKnaGdmsHK
The disciplined behavior of Hong Kong's protesters sound familiar to many in Taiwan on.wsj.com/1vyWNHL
India and U.S. agree to joint exploration of Mars. on.wsj.com/1oCjPHP (Photo: Reuters) pic.twitter.com/E1F8YsPwSj
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As protests grow in #HongKong, so do questions about whether spontaneity is right approach on.wsj.com/1oBM9tP pic.twitter.com/FrGlV8kGhQ
Should more aggressive easing measures be used to spur China's slow economic activity? Economists weigh in: on.wsj.com/1rJMVtu
Who is the person the protesters want out of office? @WSJ's profile of Hong Kong Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying on.wsj.com/1rGTuwM
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#HongKong government seeks to wait out protesters, a strategy handed down from Beijing on.wsj.com/1qXMUNi pic.twitter.com/FQZH7WlWJP
More than 3,300 people have died from the Ebola outbreak in West Africa, WHO says. on.wsj.com/1rw6pCX
#HongKong protests add a new twist to the umbrella's history as a political symbol on.wsj.com/1rJXX1W pic.twitter.com/NvGzsGbat3
How "Transparent," Amazon's new series, takes an uncommon look at transgender life: on.wsj.com/YOrmwt pic.twitter.com/DQo2gISzCI
It's getting increasingly difficult to figure out who is in charge of the HK protests -- read WSJ analysis here: on.wsj.com/1rIuTrB
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An in-depth look at #HongKong's CEO Leung Chun-ying and the dilemma he faces as protests grow: on.wsj.com/1rJWCrS
5 important news stories you may have missed today: on.wsj.com/1qWRdIQ
Twitter invests $10 million in new MIT research lab that will analyze tweets: on.wsj.com/1vylG6x $TWTR
Michigan's athletic director is under fire--but still has powerful friends: on.wsj.com/1qXJuKv pic.twitter.com/O3Z2wASl3Z
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With lending tight in the Caribbean, several island nations are financing villa projects by selling citizenship on.wsj.com/1rGlmRK
"Dear Mr. Spielberg: We think we've cracked the code. Please come do our Jaws movie," says @ThatKevinSmith. on.wsj.com/1udZi1P
The top-paying jobs for engineering majors vs. humanities majors: on.wsj.com/YOcVZb pic.twitter.com/wwOYYvtwpW
The glass ceiling is getting thinner, with women making up 16.4% of the top 1% of earners. on.wsj.com/1vvMsKK (fixed figure)
Share of women in the top 1% of earners: 1981-85: 3.2% 2008-12: 16.4% on.wsj.com/1rGo5tj (fixes earlier tweet)
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"It's a mistake to go to bed too early." Advice from a sleep expert: on.wsj.com/1rB0tWU
Twitter is giving every tweet ever made publicly to MIT, in the name of research. Including this one. on.wsj.com/1BAh13P by @yoreekoh
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"Agents often burn out after four or five years." What it's like to be in the Secret Service: on.wsj.com/ZsalJq pic.twitter.com/sgkFcxDFxF
Secret Service Director Pierson was fired so fast she didn't even get a face-to-face meeting with the president. on.wsj.com/1rJa2ED
A 5K dash where runners are chased by zombies and other reasons to try nerd-focused fitness on.wsj.com/ZoApVM pic.twitter.com/K8fwIoy39r
Facebook commands a greater percentage of digital ad dollars than it does Americans' digital time. $FB on.wsj.com/1ueje4z
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Breaking: Ebola patient in U.S. is thought to have traveled from Brussels to Dallas on United Airlines wsj.com
Why do Republicans still struggle to talk to women? on.wsj.com/1nH7qaN
5 reasons to ignore negative polling about Kansas Sen. Pat Roberts: on.wsj.com/1uCla8G by @JohnFeehery (AP photo) pic.twitter.com/IqR5xfS52G
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