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  1. Former Mayor Mike Bloomberg To Endorse Hillary Clinton For PresidentRead the original story w/Photo

    5 min ago | Vibe

    Michael Bloomberg, the former mayor for New York City, is set to speak at the Democratic National Convention in order to endorse Hillary Clinton for president, The Hollywood Reporter states. According to Marc LaVorgna, Bloomberg is slated to make his endorsement on Wednesday night .

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  2. Michael Bloomberg to endorse Clinton at Democratic National ConventionRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Laguna News Post

    This May 12 file photo shows Michael Bloomberg, the former Republican mayor of New York City, in New York. Bloomberg will back Hillary Clinton in a speech at the Democratic National Convention.

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  3. S&P 500 Pulls BackRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Seeking Alpha

    Today is the start of the Democratic national convention and with that there has a great amount of discussion around the recent hack of the e-mails from the DNC. The S&P 500 or the SPDR S&P 500 is down today about 60bps as of noon, or 12 points to 2162.

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  4. Notes from the campaign trailRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | Star Tribune

    Biden rally: Vice President Joe Biden will hold his first campaign rally for Hillary Clinton next month in his hometown of Scranton, Pa. Biden had planned to campaign for Clinton this month but postponed after five police officers were killed in Dallas.

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  5. An Increasingly Taxing Environment for Big SodaRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | The Motley Fool

    In this Industry Focus: Consumer Goods segment, Motley Fool analysts Asit Sharma and Vincent Shen give investors a quick overview of the enormous market for sweetened carbonated beverages. And with soda's massive popularity, they discuss the growing headwinds the industry faces as municipalities move to tax the flagship brands of Coca-Cola Vincent Shen : On tap for this episode we have -- what I like to think of -- an industry in transition.

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  6. The Midge: Alan Cumming responds after attack on 'English' Brexit commentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Sunday Herald

    Hello and welcome to The Midge, the e-bulletin that takes a bite out of politics in Scotland and elsewhere. In The Herald , political editor Magnus Gardham reports on the five tests, to be set out by FM Nicola Sturgeon today, that could determine whether Scotland faces indyref2 within two years.

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  7. Will Bloomberg's endorsement of Clinton sway moderate voters?Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Christian Science Monitor

    Michael Bloomberg is expected to endorse former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on Wednesday, appealing to independent voters to also get behind the Democrat. United Nations Special Envoy for Cities and Climate Change Michael Bloomberg speaks during a June media conference at EU headquarters in Brussels.

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  8. Michael Bloomberg to endorse Hillary Clinton at DNCRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | New York Business.com

    Michael Bloomberg, who was elected mayor of New York City as a Republican, will speak at the Democratic National Convention to endorse Hillary Clinton for president. Spokesman Marc LaVorgna says Bloomberg will make the endorsement speech Wednesday night.

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  9. News 16 mins ago 8:07 a.m.Former NYC mayor Michael Bloomberg to back Clinton, address conventionRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | WVEC-TV Norfolk

    Bloomberg's nod is important symbolically, given his status as perhaps the nation's highest-profile independent politician, his successful business background and the fact that he hails from Republican One of the Clinton campaign's central goals during this week's convention is reaching out to independent voters and moderate Republicans, so it welcomes giving a spotlight to the former mayor. Bloomberg served three terms as mayor of the nation's largest city and was first elected in 2001 as a Republican.

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  10. Michael Bloomberg to endorse Hillary Clinton at Democratic ConventionRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Chicago Tribune

    Michael Bloomberg will endorse Hillary Clinton in a prime-time speech at the Democratic National Convention on Wednesday, a timely boost as the candidate prepares to accept her party's nomination for president. "As the nation's leading independent and a pragmatic business leader Mike has supported candidates from both sides of the aisle," said Howard Wolfson, an adviser to Bloomberg and a former spokesman for Clinton's 2008 campaign.

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  11. Humble garage in posh London suburb sells for record-breaking amountRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Mirror.co.uk

    The 332sq ft lock-up is sandwiched between two large homes near the River Thames - but crucially has planning permission to be turned into a one-bedroom house itself Savills Auctions , which described the garage as being in "the best part of Chelsea", gave it a guide price of 525,000 - more than twice the price of the average home in England and Wales. But it eventually went for another 145k on top of that figure - because it comes with planning permission to turn it into a one-bed flat.

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  12. Three ways the DNC will be differentRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Boston.com

    As the Democratic National Conventions begins in Philadelphia on Monday, party leaders and Hillary Clinton's campaign are hoping to avoid many of the problems that plagued Republicans last week at their confab. Because despite their many differences, the parties share one similar challenge this year: Divided factions they must unite behind deeply unpopular presidential nominees.

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  13. Yahoo has a new home: Verizon. | Recode Daily: July 25, 2016Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Re/code

    Yahoo finally has a buyer . Verizon is acquiring the core business of Marissa Mayer's ailing company for about $4.8 billion, just in time for Verizon's quarterly earnings report tomorrow.

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  14. Dismayed by Donald Trump, MichaelBloomberg Will Endorse Hillary ClintonRead the original story

    Yesterday | Lucianne.com

    Michael R. Bloomberg, who bypassed his own run for the presidency this election cycle, will endorse Hillary Clinton in a prime-time address at the Democratic National Convention and make the case for Mrs. Clinton as the best choice for moderate voters in 2016, an adviser to Mr. Bloomberg said. The news is an unexpected move from Mr. Bloomberg, who has not been a member of the Democratic Party since 2000; was elected the mayor of New York City as a Republican; and later became an independent.

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  15. Three strategies to help Clinton build 'Team of Teams'Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Hill

    Hillary Rodham Clinton Exploring Russian ties to the men lurking behind Trump Three strategies to help Clinton build 'Team of Teams' Clinton and Trump tied in national poll MORE and her seasoned campaign team are poised to head triumphantly into the Democratic National Convention, but she is going to need a team of teams to defeat Donald Trump Exploring Russian ties to the men lurking behind Trump Three strategies to help Clinton build 'Team of Teams' Clinton and Trump tied in national poll MORE A "team of teams" is how Gen. Stanley McChrystal described the military's Joint Special Operations Command during the battle against al Qaeda in Iraq.

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  16. On convention eve, Democrats try to bury new email embarrassmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Newsday

    Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, Democratic National Committee chairwoman, on Saturday, July 23, 2016: Wassernan Schultz was forced to resign Sunday after DNC emails were leaked. Photo Credit: TNS / Al Diaz Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, Democratic National Committee chairwoman, on Saturday, July 23, 2016: Wassernan Schultz was forced to resign Sunday after DNC emails were leaked.

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  17. Michael Bloomberg will endorse Hillary ClintonRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | WPTV Local News

    Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg plans to endorse Hillary Clinton and to speak at the upcoming Democratic National Convention. Bloomberg - who was considering his own run for president earlier this year - is an independent with a history of switching parties.

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  18. Dismayed by Trump, Bloomberg will endorse ClintonRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Boston.com

    Michael Bloomberg has attacked Donald Trump for proposals to ban Muslim immigration, deport millions of immigrants in the country illegally, and launch a trade war with China. NEW YORK - Michael R. Bloomberg, who bypassed his own run for the presidency this election cycle, will endorse Hillary Clinton in a prime-time address at the Democratic convention and make the case for Clinton as the best choice for moderate voters in 2016, an adviser to Bloomberg said.

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  19. Democrats' head to stand down amid rowRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Daily Star

    The US Democratic Party chair says she will resign as a row over leaked emails threatens efforts for party unity at the presidential nominating convention. Debbie Wasserman Schultz's move follows a leak of emails appearing to suggest that party insiders tried to thwart the campaign by Hillary Clinton's rival.

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  20. Michael Bloomberg to endorse Hillary Clinton at DNCRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | WAVY-TV Portsmouth

    Michael Bloomberg, who was elected mayor of New York City as a Republican, will speak at the Democratic National Convention to endorse Hillary Clinton for president. The billionaire media mogul opted against running as a third-party candidate for fear it might siphon away votes from Clinton and help elect Republican Donald Trump.

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