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American Business News for 25 Jul 2016

Watch the Dollar, Not Rates, as Fed Meets

Wall Street Journal - 25 Jul 2016 01:34
A Federal Reserve rate increase could do more to strengthen the greenback than raise Treasury yields.
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Tesla: Not a Moment to Lose

Wall Street Journal - 25 Jul 2016 01:31
A changing world means Tesla Motors can no longer afford production delays.
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Verizon to buy Yahoo for roughly $5 billion

L.A. Times - 25 Jul 2016 00:55
Verizon has agreed to buy online portal Yahoo Inc. for roughly $5 billion, according to multiple media reports, each citing a single unnamed source. The deal is expected to be formally announced... Monday before markets open, the reports said. Verizon had emerged in recent days as the front-runner...
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Apple Is Ripe for a Rally

Wall Street Journal - 25 Jul 2016 00:52
Down 21% over the past 12 months, Apple shares have been punished more than enough.
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Why lithium will see anotherSo far, lithium has been the hottest metal of 2016, beating out gold, with exponential demand expected over the coming years.          
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11 things that will make youVideor/Youtube Even smart, talented people sound really dumb sometimes. On any given day, that's fine. Nobody's perfect and we're all entitled to a few verbal blunders. But on certain occasions, it's... imperative to avoid any gaffes. Job interviews are definitely such occasions. You've got to be in top form by presenting yourself as an intelligent, competent potential addition to the organization. Coming across as totally clueless just isn't going to cut it. Here are a few deadly words, questions, and phrases that'll definitely make you sound stupid in a job interview: Alan Turkus/Flickr 'S---,' 'b----,' 'f---,' etc. Yes, curses are cathartic. Yes, most people use swear words. But the fact of the matter is that profanities make you sound dumb. Hold off on these words until your...
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Learning how to write coldThe Insider Picks team writes about stuff we think you'll like. Business Insider has affiliate partnerships so we may get a share of the revenue from your purchase. Most people have sent out at... least one cold email — that's when you're not acquainted with the recipient — over the course of their careers. And if you haven't, don't get so comfortable. You probably will at some point, whether it's for business, networking, or applying to a new job. Sending out a cold email can feel like you're sending your request or inquiry into a virtual black hole, especially when you don't receive a response. There are several factors that can be credited to your email's success or failure. An online course called "Crack Cold Emailing to Increase Sales and Grow Your Business" teaches you how to...
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