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N.Y. Governor Cuomo Signs Bill to Fine Illegal Airbnb Hosts
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo signed a bill into law that will fine residents who rent out their apartments for illegal short-term stays, striking a blow against Airbnb in one of its most important markets.
Governor Cuomo just signed a bill that could deal a huge blow to Airbnb in ...  Business Insider
Cuomo signs bill that deals huge blow to Airbnb  New York Post
AT&T Rethinks Possible With Time Warner
As Time Warner TWX 7.82 % knows well, repeats are often where the real money is. Whether AT&T T -3.00 % understands that could be the $70 billion question.
AT&T Is Said to Be in Advanced Merger Talks With Time Warner  New York Times
AT&T Pushing for Time Warner Deal by Monday to Beat Rivals  Bloomberg
The real reason Big Tobacco is getting even bigger
British American Tobacco - owner of storied cigarette brands such as Lucky Strike and Pall Mall - wants to buy U.S. tobacco giant Reynolds American in a deal that could create the world's largest publicly traded tobacco company.
Is Reynolds' Incoming CEO as Ready for a Megadeals as Its Outgoing Leader?
BAT's Bid for Reynolds May Spur Final Wave of Big Tobacco M&A  Bloomberg
Let's toast: Jim Beam strike ends with promise to expand
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) - Jim Beam ended a nearly weeklong strike at two bourbon distilleries in Kentucky on Friday, toasting a labor settlement that answers the workers' key demand with a commitment to hire more full-time staff.
Union at Beam Suntory Plants Votes to End Strike  Nasdaq
Jim Beam Employees Vote On New Contract As Strike Continues  Daily Caller
Wall Street Journal seeks 'substantial number' of buyouts
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 Wall Street Journal is asking a 'substantial number' of staff to ...  Business Insider
Wall Street Journal Seeks 'Substantial' Newsroom Buyouts  Huffington Post
Moody's Expects US to Sue Over Its Pre-Crisis Bond Ratings
The world's second-biggest ratings firm said Friday it expects the Justice Department to sue over bond grades it issued prior to the 2008 housing market collapse, setting up one of the industry's last crisis-related legal clashes.
Moody's Swoons After Saying U.S. Will Sue for Crisis-Era Ratings  Bloomberg
DOJ planning to sue Moody's over crisis-era mortgage bond ratings  HousingWire
Chicken McNuggets give McDonald's a boost
Sales of the McNuggets increased 10 percent after the chain announced in August that it removed artificial preservatives from the popular item, and removed antibiotics from its chicken, company executives said Friday.
McDonald's shares pop as investors cheer third-quarter beat  CNBC
McDonald's Earnings Top Expectations  Wall Street Journal
GE cuts year revenue target on oil, gas weakness, has third quarter profit...
NEW YORK General Electric Co (GE.N) scaled back expectations for its full-year revenue and profit on Friday, overshadowing third-quarter profit that beat analyst forecasts and sending its shares lower.
GE Cuts Full-Year Sales Forecast  Wall Street Journal
GE cuts outlook as sluggish economy crimps industrial demand  Chicago Tribune
Raising Social Security Taxes Means Big Cuts in Other Tax Revenues
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton has promised to fix Social Security without reducing benefits - which means, by raising taxes.
Retire with MONEY: Getting Serious About Creating Retirement Income  Money Magazine
The Worst Idea To Save Social Security Got 2 Thumbs Down In The Final Debate  Huffington Post
Southwest Florida unemployment steady, up in transition month
The unemployment rate in the most populated Southwest Florida counties hung around 5 percent in September as employers transitioned from summer to fall.
Unemployment rates rose in 3 of 8 swing states last month  Chicago Tribune
Florida adds 23000 jobs in September while unemployment rate unchanged (blog)