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Apple Runs Out Of Initial iPhone 5 Stock

Apple says it sold more than 5 million of its new IPhone over the weekend. The iPhone 5 sold better than the last version. But sales were not as strong as many analyst expectations, and there are concerns about Apple's ability to keep up with demand.
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Chicago Pits Quieter, But Traders' Outcries Linger

Thirty years ago, shouting, sweating traders thronged the trading pits of Chicago's exchange markets in barely controlled chaos. Today, a lot of the trading has left the pits and gone electronic, leaving Chicago's trading pits tamer places.
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Americans In China Feel Pinch Of Shifting Economies

In recent years, China's status — like its economy — has continued to rise as the economies in America and Europe have struggled. That shift isn't just reflected in economic numbers, and some American business people in China say they don't feel as respected or as valued as before.
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IMF's Lagarde: Uncertainty Slows Global Recovery

The risks to the global economy from trouble in Europe have diminished somewhat in recent weeks, according to Christine Lagarde, managing director of the International Monetary Fund. But she says the dangers from the so-called "fiscal cliff" in the U.S. have increased.
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Crowd Funding For Musicians Isn't The Future; It's The Present

Musicians have to spend money and a lot of time to hit their crowd-funding goals, so failure is expensive. But for some people, at specific moments in their careers, crowd funding can be a piece of the puzzle.

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