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Last Updated Feb 11, 2016 04:33PM

New York • Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Thursday on the New York Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq stock market: NYSE • Bank of America Corp., down 82 cents to $11.16 Bank stocks sl...

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  • Stock traders work at the New York Stock Exchange, Thursday, Feb. 11, 2016, in New York. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan) U.S. stocks fall for a fourth straight day
    Jitters over the global economy and steep declines in bank stocks knocked U.S. stocks lower for the fourth day in a row Thursday. The U.S. slide follo...
    Updated Feb 11 2016 04:03 pm   |     |   Share
  • Puerto Rico pushes tax incentives for wealthy
    San Juan • Puerto Rico’s government is trying to convince hundreds of wealthy investors to move to the U.S. territory, hoping they could help lift it ...
    Updated Feb 11 2016 02:18 pm   |     |   Share
  • Open-source textbooks gain in push for college affordability
    Storrs, Conn. • The standard textbook for Fundamentals of General Chemistry I at the University of Connecticut has a list price of $303. For students ...
    Updated Feb 11 2016 02:15 pm   |     |   Share
  • Congress likely to give OK to local Internet tax ban
    Washington • State and local governments would be permanently barred from taxing access to the Internet under a bipartisan compromise that Congress is...
    Updated Feb 11 2016 09:00 am   |     |   Share


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  • In this Wednesday, Feb. 10, 2016 photo, Darryl Nevins, owner of a Mosquito Joe franchise, sprays a backyard to control mosquitoes in Houston. Pest control companies in Texas are getting an early surge in business because of concerns that mosquitoes bearing the Zika virus will arrive from neighboring Mexico.  (AP Photo/Pat Sullivan) Zika virus has phones ringing at pest control, travel firms
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    Updated Feb 11 2016 09:30 am   |     |   Share
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