BOSTON ( TheStreet) -- The reported death of deposed Libyan leader Moammar Gaddafi leads your quick fix of company, market, economic and investing news for Thursday, Oct. 20.
Thursday's Biggest Stories
The guy responsible for chiseling the tombstone needs some help:
Gaddafi? Gadhafi? Qaddafi?
How do you say
"recession" in German? The country is now predicting economic growth of only 1% next year, down from the previous estimate of 1.8%.
Quote of the Day"You cannot sustain these deficits. You cannot undercut the people that create the jobs ... the Democratic agenda of spend-and-bribe-the public is bankrupting this country, and until it stops, the citizens of this country are in for more hard times," Wynn Resorts (WYNN - Get Report) Chairman and CEO Steve Wynn said during the company's quarterly conference call, in another shot at President Obama's administration.
Other Company NewsJerry Yang says Yahoo! (YHOO - Get Report) may not necessarily be for sale, even as the company bans bidders from cross-talk.
MarketsGerman Chancellor Angela Merkel is risking her political livelihood on fixing the European debt crisis.
Investment StrategyThree Dow stocks coming to life after doing nothing for a decade.
Odds and EndsA useful Venn diagram of where the Tea Party and Occupy Wall Street differ and agree.
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