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Lotta Alibaba news this morning: Rush to invest, but concerns about the future for the Chinese giant.

Alibaba’s shares start trading at $68, putting company on track to raise $21.8 billion.

Russia’s richest man is about to get richer in the Alibaba IPO.

FREEDOM, d’oh: Scotland has voted against breaking away from Britain and gaining independence.

The dark web has gotten darker with the rise of ‘Evolution’ black market.

Oracle CEO Larry Ellison has agreed to step down from the software company he co-founded.

Data theft at Home Depot began in April and has compromised 56 million credit cards – one of the worst breaches of customer data ever recorded.

CalPERS has named Ted Eliopoulos as permanent CIO, replacing Joe Dear who succumbed to cancer earlier this year.

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