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CDN’s Top 10 Auld Lang Syne videos for 2016

With traditional lyrics perfected and immortalized by Scotland’s national poet, Robert Burns, “Auld Lang Syne,” as we have it today, fondly and yet sadly recalls the old times, old friends and old memories that are passing into legend.

A lesson from Scotland for America on showing up to vote

LOS ANGELES, September 20, 2014 — Wednesday marked the 227th anniversary of the signing of the United States Constitution. The document remains the foundation of American law, a testament to the resiliency of that guiding document. But a survey by the Annenberg Public Policy Center shows that only 36 percent of Americans can actually name ...

Scotland and Alibaba [BABA]: Wall Street’s Wild West Friday

WASHINGTON, September 19, 2014 – The staid precincts of Wall Street today might more closely resemble Dodge City or Tombstone back in the days of the old West. That’s because Friday’s trading will have to digest an unusual trifecta of major events, including the momentous “No” vote in Thursday’s Scottish referendum, the opening day of ...

BREAKING: Alibaba shares [BABA] priced at $68 after today’s market close

WASHINGTON, September 18, 2014 − Several sources confirm that Alibaba has officially priced its IPO shares at $68 per share, at the high end of its final, expected range. Likely to be  if not already a major competitor with world-wide e-commerce sites like Amazon.com, Alibaba (new symbol BABA) essentially rules Chinese markets and has already begun ...

Fast and Furious: All eyes on Scotland, Alibaba [BABA] IPO

WASHINGTON, September 18, 2014 – It’s fast and furious out there on Wall Street, almost like last year’s action film of the same name. (No reference to the Eric Holder scandal that the press says never happened.) The Fed has already weighed in with its September Scooby-Doo style “Who, me?” report, confirming QE ends after ...

Alibaba, Fed, Scotland, Rule 575 send stocks over the cliff

WASHINGTON, September 15, 2014 – It’s another Blue Monday on Wall Street today where last week’s weirdness and uncertainty once again reign supreme. The tech-heavy NASDAQ is down a whopping 50 or so points around noon EDT, which seems weird, as Apple (AAPL), one of the biggest components of the Nazz, is up nicely today ...