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‘Occupy Wall Street’ plans massive rally to disrupt New York Stock Exchange

Occupy Wall Street activists have vowed to avenge their eviction from a protest camp with an attempt Thursday to disrupt the New York Stock Exchange, then rally on the city’s subway and major bridges. The website occupywallst.org announced a “Global Day of Action” that will combine demonstrations across the United…

Michael Moore to CNBC: ‘Do your job’ and cover the 99%

Liberal filmmaker Michael Moore pleaded with an anchor from business channel CNBC Monday to “please do your job” and report on problems facing 99 percent of Americans, instead of the wealthy one percent. “Moore is not one to hold back when it comes to capitalism, corporate American and now the…

Wall Street protests spread nationwide

As anti-corporate demonstrations spread across the United States, the protesters claim they are inspired by the revolutions in the Middle East, but protests over economic grievances in Europe would be a closer comparison. When anti-capitalist activists first unfolded sleeping bags and brandished handmade placards in a small park near Wall Street two weeks ago,…

More than 1,000 ‘Day of Rage’ protesters march around Wall Street

More than 1,000 people staged a large rally over the weekend near Wall Street in New York. The protesters had planned to “occupy” Wall Street, but police blocked all the streets near the New York Stock Exchange and Federal Hall in Lower Manhattan. “A lot of us feel there is…

Google to buy Motorola Mobility for $12.5 billion

BANGALORE (Reuters) – Google Inc said it will buy Motorola Mobility Holdings Inc for about $12.5 billion in cash. The $40 a share offer is at a 63 percent premium to Motorola Mobility’s Friday close on the New York Stock Exchange. (Reporting by Sayantani Ghosh in Bangalore; Editing by Saumyadeb…

LinkedIn hikes public share price by 30 percent

NEW YORK — LinkedIn on Tuesday raised the share price for its public listing by roughly 30 percent, pushing the value of the professional-networking firm as high as $4 billion and testing the market’s lust for Internet companies. The first major US social networking firm to go public, LinkedIn jacked…

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