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SABMiller rejects AB InBev's takeover bid, but 'Bud-Miller' is not over yet
It's not clear whether the latest beer merger effort has gone flat or may still have some fizz. The world's biggest brewer Anheuser-Busch InBev (AHBIF) is pursuing its chief rival SABMiller, in an attempt to create a super brewery.
SABMiller Plays Hard to Get With AB InBev  The Atlantic
MegaBrew Mug Is Only Half Full: Tara Lachapelle  Bloomberg
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Fiat Chrysler, US union UAW at table as strike looms
DETROIT As the threat of a strike hangs over them, negotiators from Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV and the United Auto Workers union continued to meet on Wednesday morning, a union spokesman said.
UAW prepares members for possible strike  Detroit Free Press
UAW-FCA talks continue as workers prepare for strike
Freeport-McMoRan Adds 2 Icahn Directors
Freeport-McMoRan Inc. FCX 11.12 % said Wednesday that it added two new independent board members through an agreement with billionaire investor Carl Icahn, a day after the mining and energy company reduced its number of directors by 44%.
Freeport caves under pressure, adds two Carl Icahn lieutenants to board  MarketWatch
Carl Icahn Takes Board Seats At Freeport McMoRan As Copper Miner Shops Oil ...  Forbes
Monsanto slashing 2600 jobs, buying back shares as sales fall
(Adds product expansion plans) By Carey Gillam Oct 7 Monsanto Co, one of the world's largest seed and agrichemical companies, said on Wednesday that it was slashing 2,600 jobs and restructuring operations to cut costs in a slumping commodity market ...
Monsanto to Cut 2600 Jobs in Restructuring  Wall Street Journal
Monsanto posts 4Q loss, to eliminate 2600 jobs to cut costs  CNBC
Terror at 3500 feet as glass walkway in China cracks
A newly opened glass walkway, suspended 3,500 feet above a canyon in central China, cracked Monday to the terror of thrill-seeking tourists.
Glass tourist walkway cracks in China  CBS News
Visitors 'scream' as China's new 1000-meter-high glass walkway ...  CNN
US FAA says it is taking steps to accommodate new drone technology
WASHINGTON Oct 7 The Federal Aviation Administration is taking new steps to accommodate advanced drone technology widely viewed as necessary for package delivery, an official said on Wednesday.
Government tests technology to find illegal drone operators  U.S. News & World Report
FAA seeks $1.9M fine against drone photography company  CNET
Canadian Oil Sands Adopts Poison Pill in Wake of Hostile Suncor Bid
Canadian Oil Sands Ltd. COSWF 1.47 % on Wednesday adopted a so-called poison pill antitakeover measure with a 20% trigger, two days after Suncor Energy Inc. SU 2.39 % launched a hostile bid for the oil-sands company.
Canadian Oil Sands adopts poison pill after Suncor's hostile bid  Reuters
Suncor Courts Shareholders as Canadian Oil Sands Nixes Bid  Bloomberg
GE combines technologies into energy efficiency company
General Electric Co said on Wednesday it had started a company to focus on energy efficiency to help corporate and other customers lower their energy bills and better manage power distribution.
GE splits lighting to form LED unit as $5 billion in sales seen  Chicago Tribune
GE's new Current gives the Internet of Things a jolt of energy  Fortune
Samsung Expects Earnings Rebound Powered by Chips
SEOUL— Samsung Electronics Co. SSNHZ 0.00 % 's surprisingly upbeat third-quarter guidance highlights how its components arm has become a key driver of earnings growth, but even that business faces headwinds as the global supply of chips appears ...
How Apple helped boost Samsung's profits by 80%  Fortune
Semiconductors Are Saving Samsung  Forbes
Tech Five: Saudi prince boosts Twitter stake
The investment firm of Saudi Prince Alwaleed bumped up its stake in the social network Twitter, days after the company confirmed co-founder Jack Dorsey will assume the CEO role permanently.
Saudi Prince Alwaleed and investment firm double Twitter stock ownership  CTV News
Billionaire Saudi Prince Alwaleed Ups Stake In Twitter To 5%  Forbes