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As PayPal Spins Off, Apple Pay Signals New Era at Cash Register
New York Times
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Why EBay Decided to Follow Carl Icahn's AdviceBloomberg
Pressure is on: eBay needs to deliver after PayPal's spin-offCNET
The Morning Ledger: Sector Shifts Paved Way for eBay-PayPal SplitWall Street Journal (blog)
Economic Times -Times of India -India Today
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New York Times

SEC Charges Two in Herbalife Insider Trading Probe
WASHINGTON -- U.S. regulators Tuesday charged two men with insider trading after they learned that hedge fund manager Bill Ackman was planning to announce a $1 billion bet against Herbalife (HLF) based on a view the company was merely a "pyramid ...
Insider Case by SEC Is a Step Removed From Herbalife ItselfNew York Times
With Bill Ackman, Tennis and Herbalife Can Be A Dangerous MixForbes
SEC Charges Two People With Insider Trading On HerbalifeNASDAQ
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Wall Street Journal

Daniel Ivascyn: the straight talking portfolio manager
Financial Times
The last chief investment officer of Pimco wrote a paean to his dead cat. The new one is a straight talking dog lover. A love of the Kerry blue terrier, a breed originally reared to control vermin, in particular. “I'm very fond of the Kerry blue,” says Daniel Ivascyn, ...
New Pimco Captain's Style: More Teamwork, Fewer TV CamerasWall Street Journal
4 better alternatives to Bill Gross and PimcoMarketWatch
A stormy exit for the king of
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Detroit Free Press

General Mills plans 700-800 job cuts
General Mills Inc. plans to eliminate 700 to 800 jobs as part of its cost-cutting plan to fight declining sales. The Golden Valley-based food company revealed the layoffs late Tuesday in a filing with federal securities regulators. General Mills says the job cuts will ...
General Mills plans to cut about 700 to 800 jobsKokomo Tribune

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NPR (blog)

Sen. Warren: We Need Regulators Who 'Work For The American People'
NPR (blog)
Sen. Elizabeth Warren, a Democrat from Massachusetts, says newly released recordings of conversations between Federal Reserve officials show that the same kind of cozy relationships that led to the 2008 financial crisis still dominate Wall Street.

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Adidas Aims to Placate Investors With $1.9 Billion Return
Adidas AG (ADS), the world's second-largest sporting-goods maker, will return as much as 1.5 billion euros ($1.9 billion) to shareholders over three years as it seeks to stave off investor unrest. The three-year buyback will begin in the fourth quarter, and will ...
Adidas seeks to placate
Adidas Launches $1.9 Billion Multiyear Shareholder Return ProgramWall Street Journal
Adidas seeks to placate investors with share buybackReuters Canada

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UPDATE 2-UK events organiser UBM to buy Advanstar for $972 mln
... * Deal makes UBM No.1 in U.S. events market on revenue basis - CEO. * Deal expected to immediately add to earnings. * Expects deal to add 135 mln stg to events revenue in 2015. * Shares fall 4.6 pct, top percentage loser on midcap index (Adds CEO, ...
UBM Agrees to Buy Advanstar for $972 MillionNASDAQ
UBM to Buy US Trade Show Organizer for $972 MillionNew York Times

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Treasury upheld in case over Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac profits
Washington Business Journal
They gambled. And they lost. The hedge funds that jumped into the preferred shares of District-based Fannie Mae and McLean-based Freddie Mac last year in hopes that they could share in the revived mortgage giants' profits have had their hopes dashed.
Court throws out two suits over Fannie, Freddie dividendsFortune
Fannie-Freddie's Watt Making Few Changes Irks His AlliesBloomberg
Court Throws Out Lawsuits Related to Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac ProfitsWall Street Journal
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Top 10 companies lobbying Washington
Financial and political pundits like to talk about how Corporate America's money controls politics, yet few people can tell you which companies are the Beltway's biggest benefactors and why they give so much. The long game: For most businesses, it's all ...

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The Star-Ledger

PATH fares jump today, see how they've climbed through the years
The Star-Ledger
PATH fares are going up 25 cents today, with a one-way trip now setting riders back $2.75. The price of a one- or two-trip Metro Cards will cost riders $2.75 each way, and a SmartLink card for 10, 20 or 40 trips will earn riders a discounted fare of $2.10 per trip.
PATH fares higherSFGate
PATH fares will increase, Port Authority reforms languishNJ TODAY

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Huge crowds join Hong Kong protests on China's National Day
Hong Kong (CNN) -- Hong Kongers marked China's National Day in unprecedented fashion Wednesday, as huge crowds of pro-democracy protesters thronged the streets of the Asian financial hub for what is shaping up as a critical day in the territory's ...
Standoff in Hong Kong on China's National DayUSA TODAY
Between Beijing and Protests: Hong Kong's CEOWall Street Journal
Carrie Gracie: 12 hours of Hong Kong protestsBBC News
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Kansas City Star

Over 1100 people killed in Iraq violence in September: UN
BAGHDAD, Oct. 1 (Xinhua) -- A total of 1,119 Iraqis were killed, and 1,946 others were injured in terrorist attacks and violence in September in Iraq, according to a statement issued on Wednesday by the UN Assistance Mission for Iraq (UNAMI). The statement ...
UN: At least 1119 Iraqis killed in SeptemberAtlanta Journal Constitution
At least 1119 Iraqis killed in Sept: UNThe Australian
UN: Violence Killed 1100 Iraqis in SeptemberVoice of America

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At least 10 people killed in shelling on and near school in east Ukraine
DONETSK Ukraine (Reuters) - At least 10 people were killed on Wednesday when shells hit a school playground and a mini-van in a nearby street in Donetsk in eastern Ukraine, city authorities and Reuters witnesses said. There were no children among ...
Ukraine crisis: Shelling at school in eastern city of Donetsk kills at least 10 peopleABC Online
Four killed when school playground is hit by mortar strike in eastern UkraineDaily Mail
Ukraine Conflict: Shelling Hits School Playground And Minivan In Donetsk ...Huffington Post
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Daily Mail

France to ramp up military response against Islamic State
Jerusalem Post
PARIS - President Francois Hollande said on Wednesday that France would boost its military commitment to the fight against the Islamic State militants who have taken control of parts of Iraq. In a statement issued after he held a meeting on the matter, ...
ISIS Seizes Weapons After Overruning Iraq's Albu Aytha
US airstrikes against ISIS reportedly suffer from intelligence gapsFox News
Air Strikes Will Never Work, Say the Troops Fighting IsisNewsweek
Washington Post (blog) -ABC News (blog) -CNN
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Fox News

More bodies found at summit of Japan volcano
Fox News
October 1, 2014: Rescuers carry a person found on Mount Ontake in central Japan. Search efforts for people missing since Saturday's surprise eruption resumed Wednesday morning. (AP Photo/Kyodo News). Japanese authorities said Wednesday that 12 ...
Japan volcano death toll rise to 48, worst in 88 yearsReuters
WATCH: Hiker catches dramatic footage of volcanic eruption in JapanHaaretz
Mount Ontake death toll from eruption at Japanese volcano stands at 48Daily Mail
Wall Street Journal -Indian Express
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France to Boost Bond Issuance on Deficit, Record Rollover
France will issue more bonds next year as President Francois Hollande copes with a budget deficit and the country's biggest-ever rollover of existing debt. Sales of medium- and long-term bonds will increase to 188 billion euros ($237 billion) in 2015 from 173 ...
France defies EU partners with “no austerity” budgeteuronews
France declares the end of austerityThe Independent
France in defiant defence of missed deficit targetFinancial Times -Reuters
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Algeria's ailing president absent amid crises
The silence of Algeria's ailing president since the kidnapping and beheading of a French hiker by Islamic State-inspired militants has ignited new concerns over his health and whether he's fit to rule the oil-rich North African nation — or indeed whether he's ...

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Obama, Netanyahu to Meet as Iran Deadline Looms
WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will meet for the first time since a rash of civilian casualties during Israel's summer war with Hamas heightened tensions between two leaders who have long had a ...
Obama and Netanyahu Meet Amid a Changed Middle EastNew York Times
Abbas threatens to reevaluate Palestinian Authority's security ties with IsraelHaaretz
Abbas: If Security Council bid fails, we will join ICC, may end security ...Jerusalem Post
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Australia sends aircraft to support US-led airstrikes in Iraq
Australia has announced it will send two air force planes to support the US-led military coalition in Iraq. Prime Minister Tony Abbott said the planes would be carrying out surveillance and would not yet launch airstrikes. He added they were waiting for ...
Tony Abbott approves first air missions over IraqThe Age
Australia to Fly Support Missions in IraqWall Street Journal
Tony Abbott tees off about 'confronting' burqa as debate rages over banDaily Mail
Sydney Morning Herald -Xinhua
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Daily Mail

Millions of Muslims gather around the holy Kaaba for the start of the annual Hajj ...
Daily Mail
Around two million Muslims from all corners of the globe are expected to converge in Mecca today for the start of the annual Hajj pilgrimage. The religious gathering, one of the largest in the world, will take place at Mecca's Grand Mosque in Saudi Arabia from ...
Gallery: annual Hajj pilgrimageIndependent Online
Saudi overhaul reshapes Islam's holiest city
Saudi Arabia readies for hajj pilgrimageAl-Arabiya
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