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Why long-term investing still works
Sprint's shotgun marriage to Softbank
What the 'dividend cliff' means for investors
Inside Wall Street: Wal-Mart going upscale
Retail spending uptick nothing special
Goldman Sachs shrugs off negative image
Terex is an aggressive growth buy
Is market playing a new ballgame?
Sprint-Softbank merger: 4 takeaways
Coke's mediocre results not good enough
A coal stock that could soar with a Romney win
Asia tension good for Detroit?
Bank of America still haunted by its past
Amazon seeking 50,000 holiday helpers
Kimco repositions its portfolio
Investors walking a market tightrope
Hear Marissa Mayer's roar and buy Yahoo
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Lance Armstrong, Nike part ways
SiriusXM stock surge could carry into 2013
Amazon seeks fewer Apples for teachers
American Express reports lackluster results
Abbott, Bristol-Myers race for hepatitis cure
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Google's new tablet may spell trouble for Apple
Politics behind Pandit's resignation
Mobile biggest risk to Facebook estimates
3 high-risk telecom turnarounds
Verizon rides iPhone 5 to earnings boost
Good Q3 for banks but poor return on equity
Why long-term investing still works
It is probably a safe assumption that most people invest in the stock market with a goal of creating wealth over time. And I'm guessing a fair number of people -- especially those seeking investment guidance on the Internet -- would prefer to get rich sooner rather than later.

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Sprint's shotgun marriage to Softbank
When Daniel Hesse was named as the CEO of Sprint (S -0.35%) in 2007, he promised to "lead Sprint to the forefront of the wireless industry." The company has fallen well short of that lofty goal and has been left with little choice but to sell a 70% stake in itself to Japan's Softbank.

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What the 'dividend cliff' means for investors
On Jan. 1, dividend taxes are going up. And they may be going up a lot -- so much so that The Wall Street Journal is calling it the "dividend cliff."

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Inside Wall Street: Wal-Mart going upscale
You've got to hand it to Wal-Mart Stores (WMT +0.15%). It has done something novel -- and somewhat classy -- for its discount shoppers. And, of course, something that should make it more profitable.

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Retail spending uptick nothing special
Americans are shopping again, but neither candidates nor retail companies can sink too much confidence into September sales numbers.

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Goldman Sachs shrugs off negative image
The investment company has taken several huge public relations hits in recent years. One of the biggest came this past March, following the very public resignation by Greg Smith, a top official there. In a New York Times editorial, Smith blasted the Goldman Sachs corporate culture as "toxic and destructive," where clients were described as "muppets" and the concept of advising clients to do what's best for their interests had given way to whatever trades would most benefit the firm.

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Terex is an aggressive growth buy
Heavy equipment maker Terex (TEX -2.05%) is seeing strong demand in North America and strength across its aerial work platforms (AWP) and cranes divisions.

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Is market playing a new ballgame?
The charts were so hideous, almost every one I looked at. Yet we had a terrific rally Monday. Just shows you how deceptive everything can be.

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Sprint-Softbank merger: 4 takeaways
Japanese telecommunications company Softbank (SFTBF -1.05%) on Monday announced that it will purchase an ownership stake of 70% in Sprint (S -0.35%), the third-largest mobile carrier in the U.S., for $20 billion.

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Coke's mediocre results not good enough
Shares of Coca-Cola (KO -0.11%) slumped Tuesday after the world's largest soft drink company posted results that lagged Wall Street's low expectations. The earnings don't auger well for PepsiCo (PEP -0.04%), which reports earnings Wednesday.

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A coal stock that could soar with a Romney win
Pennsylvania is the fourth-largest coal producer in the U.S. Pennsylvania is also an all-important swing state. Gov. Mitt Romney has been courting the coal miners and the coal-producing states, claiming that he will help to create a friendlier Environmental Protection Agency for them.

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