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US futures follow rising markets in Europe, where another interest rate cut is expected
Oil edges up above $94 a barrel ahead of US report seen showing another increase in supplies
ING Q3 profit falls following Korean asset sale; new CEO says 'thanks' for 2008 state aid
Portuguese train services disrupted by strike as workers continue fight against austerity
European Commission opens investigation into Polish state aid for LOT airline
Silicon Valley mystery: What, exactly, is Google building out in San Francisco Bay?
US home prices rise at slower pace in September as higher mortgage rates weigh on sales
Stocks edge lower after a handful of weak corporate earnings; Tenet Healthcare plunges
Website that manages food delivery for 5,000 Dutch restaurants now accepts bitcoin
It's good news for fans of H Street NE ramen restaurant Toki Underground.
Poor earnings from several companies pull stocks slightly lower; Tenet Healthcare drops
Oil continues month-long decline on higher supplies
US service firms expand at faster pace in October despite shutdown, as sales, hiring rise
All eyes may be on Twitter this week, but a bull market has spawned an outbreak of IPO fever
EU forecasting economic recovery too modest to significantly dent record unemployment
Twitter increases price range for initial public offering, could raise more than $2 billion
Somali remittance service wins reprieve at Britain's High Court, preserving financial lifeline