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Burger King slims down for success
The Penguin-Random House merger: 3 takeaways
Dunkin' weathers storm to attract crowds
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Burger King slims down for success
If investors could order up Burger King's third-quarter earning reports like a sandwich at the drive-thru, they'd be well served to hold the 83% drop in profits and 26% dip in revenue and sink their teeth into the 1.4% bump in same-store sales and 6% boost in adjusted per-share earnings. With Burger King lightening its restaurant load and broadening its approach to hungry consumers since returning to the market in June, those are the numbers that matter.

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The Penguin-Random House merger: 3 takeaways
Penguin and Random House have announced that they will merge to create the world's largest publisher -- dubbed Penguin Random House -- accounting for about 25% of the world's books.

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Dunkin' weathers storm to attract crowds
Amid the devastation caused by Superstorm Sandy, Dunkin' Brands (DNKN +0.34%) is working hard to keep the lights on.

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Inside Wall Street: Bank weathers its own storm
Despite the two-day super storm that forced the closure of the New York Stock Exchange's trading floor, investors continue to search for what they hope will be the next super stock. Surprisingly, one that a few pros favor is burdened by its own series of storms: Bank of America (BAC +0.95%).

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How Sandy will affect shipping business
We won't know exact numbers for some time, but it's pretty certain superstorm Sandy will rank as one of the most damaging and disruptive storms to hit the United States.

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The whopping US rally that wasn't
What rotten luck we have. Tuesday was the one day when insurers, oil, banks and Italian bonds traded up in Europe -- and U.S. trading was closed? That's unbelievable.

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Disney acquires Lucasfilm for $4B
In a remarkable move, famed Star Wars creator and director George Lucas has sold his company -- and all of its properties -- for $4 billion to Walt Disney Company (DIS +0.32%).

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Late-inning earnings plays
This week we are in the late innings of the third-quarter earnings season with plenty of companies still left to report. A couple of major credit card companies will be releasing earnings, as will some major oil and gas companies. Here are four names for traders to keep an eye on.

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Gilead's 'son of Viread' passes first test
Gilead Sciences (GILD -0.14%) will start phase III studies next year with a second-generation version of its core HIV drug Viread, the company said Wednesday.

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Auto sales expected to stay strong into 2013
News regarding car sales may start to garner bigger-than-usual headlines this week -- even as Americans redirect their attention from Superstorm Sandy to the upcoming national elections. The toll from Sandy may include hundreds of thousands of cars, many of which have been submerged and will be written off as total losses -- and will have to be replaced.

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Why Yamana shares are soaring
For a while now, my definition of the kind of gold-mining stock to own has been 1) a company increasing production in a time of a challenge for the industry, and 2) a company holding cost increases below the industry average at a time when costs across the industry are climbing.

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