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DealBook Morning News - October 17, 2016: Looser Tongues in Silicon Valley, Law Firms Lagging on Diversity

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   By Amie Tsang “With great power comes great responsibility.” Nerds are taking the Spider-Man quote to heart.

DealBook Morning News - September 9, 2016Dodd-Frank Tussles, Sham Accounts at Wells Fargo, and a Curious Short Inbox x

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  By Amie Tsang The Dodd-Frank Act must be a real drag for private equity. After years of scant federal oversight, the sector was suddenly lumped with a new set of regulatory exams and reporting obligations.

DealBook Morning News - September 7, 2016: Ackman Buys Burritos, Musk’s Solar Vision, War on ‘Stealing’.

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   By Amie Tsang William A. Ackman’s hunger for fast food just cannot be satiated.

DealBook Morning News: Follow the Leader, How Airgas Doubled Its Price, and ‘Better Than Goldman’

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    By Amie Tsang

DealBook Morning News on August 29, 2016: Silicon Valley Heeds Warnings of Apocalypse

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   By Amie Tsang “Here we sit, a year after we were supposed to die,” — Chris O’Neill, chief executive of Evernote. This was supposed to be the year of the great reckoning for Silicon Valley start-ups , but some are still waiting for the crash.

DealBook Morning News - August 22, 2016: Tenants Struggle in Win-Win Contracts for Landlord.

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By Amie Tsang If you pay rent to a property management company with the aim of eventually owning the place, are you a renter or a homeowner? Some companies are blurring that line.

DealBook Morning News - August 19, 2016: Italy’s Banks Pile On the Debt

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Friday, August 19, 2016 Italy’s Banks Pile On the Debt  Feltrinelli, an Italian publisher, stacked up three consecutive years of losses totaling nearly 11 million euros, or about $12.4 million. It managed to secure a €50 million line of credit at an interest rate below what top-rated companies in Europe were paying.

DealBook Morning News: Millennials Are Wary of Debt

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By Amie Tsang Millennials Are Wary of Debt   Credit card debt  among Americans under 35 has fallen to its lowest level since 1989. Having racked up a pile of student loans, young people want to avoid the kind of pressure that they saw their family and friends under during the financial crisis. And laws passed after that crisis make it harder for them to secure credit cards anyway.

DealBook Morning News - August 12, 2016: Clinton Calls Trump the Enemy of the ‘Little Guy’

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Friday, August 12, 2016 By Amie Tsang

DealBook Morning News - August 11, 2016: Abbott Pushes for Sales at Any Cost

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By Amie Tsang