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- Nasdaq stocks posting largest percentage decreases
A look at the 10 biggest percentage decliners on Nasdaq at the close of trading: Sungy Mobile Ltd. fell 18.8 percent to $8.44. Bio-Reference Laboratories Inc. fell 9.2 percent to $29.60. Tecogen Inc. fell ...
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- 50 days of war in Gaza likely to cost Israel dearly
Israel may be painting a victorious picture of the war in Gaza, but 50 days of fighting looks set to cost it dearly on the political, economic and diplomatic fronts. Under attack by hawks in his cabinet for accepting a ceasefire which ended the violence on Tuesday, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has seen his popularity plummet as the military operation, which began on July 8, dragged on for seven weeks. Such matters are to be discussed, along with Israel's demand for Gaza militants to disarm, at a new round of talks which will take place in Cairo within the coming month. On the military front, Netanyahu also outlined Israel's achievements - the destruction of a network of attack tunnels and the elimination of "approximately 1,000 terrorists," among them senior military commanders.
- Obama on ISIL: ‘We don’t have a strategy yet’
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- U.S. air strikes on Syria would face formidable obstacles
By Matt Spetalnick and Phil Stewart WASHINGTON (Reuters) - American forces face formidable challenges as President Barack Obama considers an air assault on Islamist fighters in Syria, including intelligence gaps on potential targets, concerns about Syria’s air defenses and fears that the militants may have anti-aircraft weapons, current and former U.S. The Pentagon began preparing options for an assault on Islamic State fighters after the militants last week posted a gruesome video showing the beheading of American photojournalist James Foley. Deliberations by Obama’s national security team on expanding the campaign against Islamic State from Iraq into neighboring Syria gathered pace in recent days, officials say.
- After CEO Is Caught on Camera Kicking a Puppy, Outraged Animal Advocates Want Him Fired
When Des Hague, the CEO of sports catering company Centerplate, kicked and choked a Doberman pinscher puppy on an elevator in Vancouver, British Columbia, in early August, he thought no one was looking. I'll bring my own food in from here on out,” wrote Yelp user Katharine F. on the page for AT&T Park in San Francisco.