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  • Unhappy Target customers send strong message on pill bottles

    Longtime customers of Target's pharmacies are finding a change in pill bottle design hard to swallow.

    Associated Press
  • Here’s Who the Betting Markets Are Saying Will Win the Election

    Anyone who missed last night’s presidential debate and turned to social media to try to determine how it went might have a difficult time figuring out whether Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump came away on top. Trump supporters and the candidate himself are busy declaring victory and promoting…

    The Fiscal Times
  • Japan conglomerates seek to merge loss-making nuclear fuel operations: sources

    Three Japanese conglomerates are in talks to combine their loss-making domestic nuclear fuel operations, people with direct knowledge of the matter said, as the outlook for restarts of reactors following the Fukushima nuclear crisis remains bleak. Hitachi Ltd , Toshiba Corp and Mitsubishi Heavy…

    Reuters
  • As Deutsche struggles, German lawmaker says no more help for ailing banks

    Germany will not help ailing lenders such as Deutsche Bank, a senior lawmaker in Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservative bloc said on Thursday, as resistance grew to any possibility of staging a rescue. With Merkel meeting European Central Bank chief Mario Draghi on Thursday, Berlin has already…

    Reuters
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    Cramer's Stop Trading: Apple

    CNBC's Jim Cramer explains why he is watching Apple.

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  • TomTom to supply mapping data for Volvo Trucks, Skoda

    TomTom NV will supply traffic data to Volvo Trucks and Volkswagen's (VOWG_p.DE) Skoda cars in deals announced on Thursday by the navigation services provider. TomTom's main rival HERE, Nokia's former digital maps division now owned by three major German carmakers, this week said it would launch a…

    Reuters
  • New Adidas CEO sets off in pursuit of Nike

    Closing the gap on clear market leader Nike is the challenge facing new Adidas boss Kasper Rorsted when the Dane takes charge of the world's second biggest sportswear brand from the start of October. Investors are banking on Rorsted, 54, repeating improvements to profitability he achieved at…

    Reuters
  • U.S. approves Boeing, Lockheed fighter jet sales to Gulf: sources

    The United States on Wednesday began notifying lawmakers that it has approved $7 billion in long-stalled sales of Boeing Co fighter jets to Kuwait and Qatar, and more than $1 billion in Lockheed Martin Corp jets to Bahrain, sources familiar with the decision said. The sales had been pending for…

    Reuters
  • China Bond Defaults Tick Up After Lull as Dye Maker Delinquent

    Defaults in China’s local corporate bond market ticked up this week as dye-and-paint maker Yabang Investment Holding Group Co. missed payment on notes due Thursday.

    Bloomberg
  • Nike and AT&T slip, while Molson Coors and Cintas rise

    Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily on Wednesday: Nike Inc., down $2.09 to $53.25 The athletic apparel maker reported solid quarterly results, but investors worried about its North American ...

    Associated Press
  • Stocks rise on OPEC production agreement; oil rally fades

    Energy stocks led most markets higher on Thursday after OPEC nations reached a preliminary deal to cut oil production for the first time in eight years. The price of crude, which shot up about 5 percent ...

    Associated Press
  • Wells Fargo chief Stumpf heads to Hill with pressure mounting

    The bank's move earlier this week to claw back $41 million in stock awarded to Stumpf, an unprecedented rebuke for a major U.S. bank CEO, is unlikely to silence calls for him to resign over revelations Wells Fargo's branch staff opened as many as two million unauthorized credit card and deposit…

    Reuters
  • Overhaul of NY Penn Station, post office advances

    New York State officials on Tuesday chose developers for a $1.6 billion project to renovate a century-old historic post office, part of a broader plan to modernize Pennsylvania Station, the outdated labyrinthine train hub in the heart of New York City. The preferred bidder, a team comprised of…

    Reuters
  • Credit Suisse, Barclays Said to Be in Mortgage-Settlement Talks

    Deutsche Bank AG isn’t the only lender wrestling with the U.S. to resolve an investigation into toxic mortgage bonds: Credit Suisse Group AG and Barclays Plc are also each in settlement talks with the ...

    Bloomberg
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    Why investors should look at listed real estate

    The return and risk characteristics of listed real estate are exactly the same as real estate assets, says AMP capital's Charles Wong.

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  • Tie-up of world's biggest beer makers clears final hurdle

    A deal worth over $100 billion to combine the world's two biggest beer companies cleared its last major hurdle Wednesday when the shareholders of SABMiller approved the takeover by Budweiser maker Anheuser-Busch ...

    Associated Press
  • South Korea to widen Takata air bag recall by 110,000 vehicles

    South Korea said on Wednesday that 13 automakers will recall some 110,000 vehicles equipped with Takata Corp's defective air bags, the latest development in a long-running safety crisis involving the Japanese company. The United States in May announced a new round of recall of Takata's air bag…

    Reuters
  • AIG's ex-CEO Greenberg cites lawyers, accountants in fraud defense

    Maurice "Hank" Greenberg, the 91-year-old former chairman of former American International Group Inc , said at his fraud trial that he never would have considered doing a transaction that failed to pass muster with the insurer’s lawyers and accountants. Greenberg defended himself during his second…

    Reuters