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'Bull,' 'Designated Survivor' have promising ratings starts
NEW YORK - Nielsen's first “most likely to succeed” list is out, and it includes Michael Weatherley, Mandy Moore, Kiefer Sutherland and Kevin James.
NFL Ratings Drop Across The Board In Week 3  CBS Local
NBC Snares Biggest 1st Debate Crowd Since 1992 To Top Field  Deadline
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US Probing Possible Worker Abuse By Wells Fargo
Washington (AP) -- The U.S. Labor Department is investigating possible abuses of employees by Wells Fargo in connection with the bank's alleged efforts to open millions of unauthorized accounts to meet sales goals.
Wells Fargo Board Actively Considering Executive Clawbacks  Wall Street Journal
Labor Dept. launches 'top-to-bottom' review of Wells Fargo sales ...  Washington Post
Ford Fights Back Against Trump Debate Claims
Ford Motor Co. F 0.00 % went on the defensive following the latest attacks from Donald Trump aimed at the auto maker's big-dollar Mexico investments and production plans.
Conservatives' major fail on trade  Washington Post (blog)
Trump hammers America's 'worst trade deal'  CNNMoney
AmEx can bar merchants from steering card customers elsewhere
A federal appeals court on Monday cleared the way for American Express to block merchants that accept its cards from steering customers toward lower-cost cards from other issuers.
AmEx Can Bar Merchants From Steering Users to Rival Cards  Bloomberg
Appeals court rules in favor of American Express in antitrust lawsuit  USA TODAY
US Consumer Confidence Rises - And Confidence Is The Bedrock Of Economic Growth
We like to think, at least we who are connected with the subject, that economics is a science. As with chemistry, if you mix this goop with that other goop over there in the right quantities then you'll end up with the same final substance.
Markets Shouldn't Be Too Confident in Those Consumer Confidence Numbers  Wall Street Journal (blog)
Americans Love This Job Market But Aren't as Keen on Spending  Bloomberg
Fed's Kashkari says leaving rates unchanged was 'right move'
MINNEAPOLIS (Reuters) - The Federal Reserve made the "right move" when it decided to leave interest rates unchanged at its September meeting, a top Fed official said on Monday.
More on remarks from the Fed's Kashkari (no September rate hike was ...  ForexLive
US markets closed lower ahead of US presidential debate  Mint Market Info
Growing tide of protectionism threatens already weak outlook for global trade
Global trade is experiencing a dramatic slowdown, just as leading political figures in the United States and elsewhere show an unusual level of hostility toward globalization.
World Trade Set For Slowest Yearly Growth Since Global Financial Crisis  Wall Street Journal
WTO cuts 2016 world trade growth forecast to 1.7 percent, cites wake-up ca...  Reuters
Failed HB2 compromise bill could have prevented sports losses, GOP legislator says
Opposition to the Republican-led NC Legislature's HB2 bill was evident as number signs were carried among the marchers at the 32nd annual NC Pride 2016 parade in Durham, NC which kicked off down West Main Street at 1pm Saturday, September 24, ...
Investors join call for North Carolina to repeal LGBT bill  CBS News
Disney eyes Twitter; investors pressure North Carolina over LGBT  SFGate
Seattle's ride into the home-price stratosphere may be slowing
Seattle area home prices slowed their monthly growth rate, from 2.4 percent lsat spring to just 0.6 percent in July. (Greg Gilbert/The Seattle Times).
Home Prices Are Approaching Record Highs, But S&P/Case-Shiller Says This ...  Forbes
US Home Prices Continued Brisk Growth in July, Case-Shiller Says  Wall Street Journal
OPEC set for no deal as Iran rejects Saudi oil output offer
A general view of the inaugural session ceremony of the 15th International Energy Forum Ministerial (IEF15) in Algiers, Algeria September 27, 2016.
OPEC Considers Cutting 1 Million Barrels a Day  Wall Street Journal
US oil settles at $44.67 a barrel, down $1.26, or 2.74%  CNBC