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Billionaire divorce heads to negotiating table instead of court
The widely-followed divorce battle between billionaire hedge fund star Ken Griffin and his wife Anne Dias Griffin may not go to trial after all.
Griffin divorce negotiations no surprise to experts  Chicago Tribune
Hedge fund billionaire's divorce trial put on hold  Page Six
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Japanese leader hails trade deal, saying it will boost economy and entire region
TOKYO - Prime Minister Shinzo Abe hailed the hard-won Trans Pacific Partnership trade deal Tuesday, saying it would help raise stubbornly anemic growth at home but also boost the entire Asia-Pacific region.
Japan's Car Makers Embrace Trans-Pacific Partnership  Wall Street Journal
President Obama Needs to Make Case for Pacific Trade Deal  New York Times
Markets tip rates on hold until 2016
The chances of an interest rate cut before Christmas are diminishing, with the Reserve Bank still on hold and barely changing its commentary from a month ago.
RBA holds cash rate steady at 2% as expected, notes Asia slowdown
Australia holds interest rates at record low
China cuts tax on smaller cars to help economy
Sitting in the cinema before the latest instalment of the Mission Impossible franchise last week, we were forced to sit through a lengthy series of advertisements for smaller cars, evidence of a broader push on sales to keep the car industry performing ...
As China growth flags, analysts weigh alternative indicators  Daily Times
World Bank cuts E. Asia, Pacific growth forecast  The Straits Times
General Mills Recalls Over 1 Million Boxes of Cheerios Due to Allergy Risk
Over 1 million boxes of both Cheerios and Honey Nut Cheerios, that were produced at a factory in Lodi, California have been recalled, the Associated Press reports.
5 things to know about the Cheerios recall  Atlanta Journal Constitution
Allergy risk: Cheerios cereal recalled  Independent Online
BP's Record Oil Spill Settlement Rises to More Than $20 Billion
The value of BP Plc's settlement with the U.S. government and five Gulf states over the Deepwater Horizon oil spill rose to $20.8 billion in the latest tally of costs from the U.S.
Record $20-billion fine for BP in 2010 gulf spill: Where the money will go  Los Angeles Times
BP to pay record $20.8 bln over Gulf of Mexico oil spill
Strong dollar drags on SABMiller earnings
Brewer SABMiller, which is the target of takeover interest from its bigger rival Anheuser-Busch InBev, has reported an improvement in second quarter trading trends but the strong dollar has been a major drag on its reported revenues.
SABMiller Beer Volume Returns to Growth on Emerging Markets  Bloomberg
SABMiller sales boosted by Latin America and Africa  BBC News
Jack Dorsey and Dov Charney: A tale of two founders
Twitter co-founder newly re-appointed CEO Jack Dorsey, right, and ousted American Apparel founder and CEO Dov Charney. by Tony Wagner.
Twitter rallies as Jack Dorsey returns in CEO role  Financial Times
EconomyIndian services sector grows, but fails to wow
India's service sector continued to grow in September, but the economy remains sluggish according to the latest PMI readings. Nikkei/Markit's purchasing managers index came in at 51.3 in September, above the 50-mark which separates contraction from ...
Private sector output loses steam in September: Nikkei PMI  Economic Times
PMI: India's services growth eases to 51.3 in September on slowing demand  Firstpost
Protesting workers rip shirts from Air France execs after airline cuts 2900 jobs
Striking employees of Air France demonstrate in front of the Air France headquarters building at the Charles de Gaulle International Airport in Roissy, near Paris, France, October 5, 2015.
Air France executives ambushed at board meeting, stripped of clothes by ...  New York Daily News
Watch Furious Employees Mob Air France Executives Over Reported Layoffs  TIME