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Buy? Sell? Or Hold? — Large U.S. stocks and airline shares. Companies making sand for fracking and small biotech shares. These diverse pockets of the market have enjoyed some of the most impressive gains in a strong year for stocks. But investors face challenging questions as they prepare for the year's home stretch.

Regulators, Accounting Firms Bicker Over Audit Rule — Regulators are poised to require that accounting firms identify exactly who is in charge of each audit they perform at thousands of publicly traded companies. Just where that disclosure will happen is still up for debate, however.
Sep 21, 2014

Location, location, location: Regulators, acct'g firms differ over where to identify audit partners. via @WSJ

PBS to Air New Installments of 'Makers' Series on Women — The documentary project "Makers" features one of the last in-depth interviews with comedian Joan Rivers, who died this month. "We also had one of the final interviews with Nora Ephron," the writer, said Dyllan McGee, the project's founder and executive producer. "You begin to realize the importance of making sure these stories are preserved in perpetuity."
Sep 21, 2014

PBS to air new installments of 'Makers' documentary series on women via @WSJ

Sarkozy Plots Return With a Revamped Party — PARIS-Former President Nicolas Sarkozy returned to the political arena over the weekend with a pledge to rally France's fractured conservative family, a move that comes as President François Hollande is straining to keep his ruling Socialist Party united.
Sep 21, 2014

Former French President Sarkozy plots return to politics with a revamped party: via @landauro @WSJ