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Facebook Flirts With $38 IPO Price – Wall Street Journal

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Facebook Flirts With $38 IPO Price
Wall Street Journal
On Wednesday, Facebook Inc.’s stock briefly touched its initial public offering price of $38, hitting a marker that felt out of reach in autumn of last year, when the stock was in free-fall. While shares eventually drifted lower, to settle at $36.80, Facebook is still 
Facebook shares down after topping $38USA TODAY
Facebook Tops $38 IPO Price for First Time Since May 2012Bloomberg
Facebook Briefly Trades Above IPO PriceNew York Times (blog)
Washington Post (blog) –TechCrunch –ABC News
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NSA chief asks a skeptical crowd of hackers to help agency do its job – Washington Post

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NSA chief asks a skeptical crowd of hackers to help agency do its job
Washington Post
LAS VEGAS — It doesn’t get much stranger than this, even in Vegas. Gen. Keith B. Alexander, director of the National Security Agency, stood in front of a standing-room-only crowd Wednesday, selling the idea of government surveillance programs. Latest on 
NSA chief Alexander defends PRISM, deflects hecklersUSA TODAY
NSA chief defends surveillance programs at hacking conferenceReuters
Black Hat 2013: NSA Chief Reveals Details About PRISM as Hecklers Call Him PC Magazine
Forbes –StandardNet –CNET
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House approves lower rates on student loans – USA TODAY

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House approves lower rates on student loans
USA TODAY
The House passed a bill Wednesday to reduce costs of taking out loans for many U.S. students. Rep. John Kline. House Education Committee Chairman Rep. John Kline, R-Minn., left, followed by House Majority Whip Kevin McCarthy of Calif., walks to the 
Congress OKs cheaper student loansCNNMoney
House passes student-loan bill lowering rates—for nowCNBC.com
Congress Votes to End Fixed Interest for Student LoansBloomberg
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Banks Stand to Lose Billions as Court Slams Fed Swipe-Fee Rule – Bloomberg

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Banks Stand to Lose Billions as Court Slams Fed Swipe-Fee Rule
Bloomberg
Large banks face losing billions of dollars in revenue as a result of a U.S. court ruling that concluded the Federal Reserve’s 2011 limits on debit-card fees were too high. The decision today by U.S. District Judge Richard Leon in Washington rejected a Fed 
Judge rejects Fed’s cap on debit-card fees as too easy on banksLos Angeles Times
Judge Rejects Durbin Amendment Cap On Debit-Card FeesVendingMarketWatch
Court decision overturns Fed cap on credit card feesCentral Banking (subscription)
Investor’s Business Daily
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OpenTable buys Urbanspoon’s restaurant booking system – Chicago Tribune

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OpenTable buys Urbanspoon’s restaurant booking system
Chicago Tribune
Online restaurant reservation service OpenTable Inc said Wednesday it bought the reservation system of rival Urbanspoon and will provide bookings for the site in future. OpenTable, which enables diners to book seats in more than 20,000 restaurants, said it 
OpenTable to Power Reservations on Urbanspoon, Acquires Rezbook SystemEater National
OpenTable + Rezbook; Xtreme Bacon; Growler LaunchEater
OpenTable buys reservations system from IAC unitMSN Money

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