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AT&T Mulls Reinvention for Web With $86 Billion Time Warner Deal
Time Warner Inc. and AT&T Inc., companies that over the decades have survived the shift to talkies, color TV and cable, are contemplating a merger to adapt to the latest technological shifts: smartphones and streaming.
AT&T Is in Advanced Talks to Acquire Time Warner  Wall Street Journal
Time Warner surges after hours on report it could sell for $110 per share to ...  CNBC
NY enacts restrictions on Airbnb, with fines of up to $7500
ALBANY, N.Y. - New York state enacted one of the nation's toughest restrictions on Airbnb on Friday with a new law authorizing fines of up to $7,500 for many short-term rentals.
Airbnb Sues Over New Law Regulating New York Rentals  New York Times
New York Governor Signs Bill Authorizing Fines for Airbnb Rentals  Wall Street Journal
$47 billion offer to create world's biggest tobacco company
British American Tobacco has offered to buy out Reynolds American Inc. for $47 billion in an attempt to gain a strong presence in the U.S.
Regulatory hurdles may be minimal  Winston-Salem Journal
The real reason Big Tobacco is getting even bigger  Washington Post
Stocks edge lower but finish week in the black
U.S. stocks closed flat Friday, but the broad market still finished the week higher, snapping its weekly losing streak at two, with the market swinging up and down as good earnings reports from some companies were offset by others that fell short of ...
Markets Right Now: Stocks edge mostly lower on Wall Street  Washington Post
Stocks end the week on a down note  KWTX
Wall Street Journal seeks 'substantial number' of buyouts
NEW YORK (CNNMoney) - The Wall Street Journal is seeking a "substantial number" of buyouts in an effort to "limit" layoffs, the newspaper's editor-in-chief Gerard Baker said Friday.
The WSJ offers buyouts to news employees, seeking 'substantial number'  CNBC
The Wall Street Journal is asking a 'substantial number' of staff to ...  Business Insider
Russian Suspected of Hacking US Tech Companies Is Indicted
SAN FRANCISCO - A Russian man accused of breaking into computer systems at three internet companies in 2012 has been indicted by a federal grand jury in Oakland, Calif.
Russian Hacker Suspected of LinkedIn Attack Indicted in US  Wall Street Journal
Russian Suspect Charged Over 2012 Hack of LinkedIn, Dropbox  Bloomberg
McDonald's shares pop as investors cheer third-quarter beat
McDonald's shares jumped more than 2 percent Friday after it reported third-quarter earnings that topped Wall Street estimates, fueled by global same-store sales growth.
Chicken McNugget Sales Went Up After McDonald's Removed Artificial ...  Eater
McDonald's shares surge as revamped McNuggets prove a hit  New York Post
Jobless rate up slightly in state
Arkansas' unemployment rate rose one-tenth of a percentage point to 4 percent in September after five straight months below 4 percent, the U.S.
Jobless rate dips as schools hire more  Eureka Times Standard
Virginia's unemployment rate up slightly to 4 percent in September  Roanoke Times
GE Beats Profit Estimates Despite Drag From Oil & Gas Business
Sales dropped more than 20% each in GE's oil and gas, locomotives and lighting divisions, and executives lowered the top end of the full-year profit forecast.
GE Just Trimmed Its Forecast  Fortune
GE Cuts Full-Year Sales Forecast  Wall Street Journal
Will the Fight for Obamacare Be Less Bitter Without Obama?
President Obama gave his longest and most passionate defense of the Affordable Care Act in months on Thursday. The hour-long speech came as a last rallying cry before November's health insurance open-enrollment period—the last such period of the ...
Obama meets a crossroads for his healthcare law  The Hill
Rising Insurance Premiums Boost Talk of Changes to Affordable Care Act  Wall Street Journal