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American Apparel's Bankruptcy Buys It Time, but Not Much Else
American Apparel bought itself time and relief when it filed for bankruptcy protection on Monday, but there's still a long way to go if the struggling retailer is to pull itself out of a sales rut and win back shoppers.
American Apparel bankruptcy: Were risqu� ads a turnoff for consumers?  Christian Science Monitor
American Apparel Files For Bankruptcy  Forbes
Wall Street Journal (blog)  
Jack Dorsey Returns to a Frayed Twitter
At 7:45 a.m. on Oct. 15, 2008, Jack Dorsey was called to a meeting at The Clift Hotel in San Francisco. He arrived wearing a black beanie hat and a matching zip-up sweater.
Jack Dorsey, the man (and mind) behind Twitter  USA TODAY
Twitter names Jack Dorsey permanent CEO  Reuters
Here's why it's costing you more to use an ATM
Those pesky out-of-network fees are on the rise. Accessing your hard-earned money is costing you more of it. According to a report published Monday by data provider Bankrate, ATMs charge non-customers an average of $2.88 for withdraws, up 4% since ...
Study: South Florida has nation's fourth-highest highest ATM fees  Miami Herald
Rs 62 lakh looted from three ATMs in Muzaffarnagar  Times of India
Wall St. opens up as chance of rate hike in 2015 dims
U.S. stocks rose on Monday, with the S&P 500 up for the fifth day, after last week's disappointing jobs report hardened views that the Federal Reserve won't raise interest rates this year.
World stocks rise on idea Fed won't hike rates in '15  Salt Lake Tribune
Where to Find Opportunity When Monetary Policy Tightens  U.S. News & World Report (blog)
French airline workers attack execs over job cuts
air france protest 1 Air France executive Xavier Broseta is helped over a fence after he was attacked by employees. Angry protesters ripped the shirts off Air France executives on Monday after the company revealed plans to cut thousands of jobs during ...
Air France Workers Rip Shirts From Top Managers in Jobs Protest  Bloomberg
Air France executives chased from jobs talks  BBC News
US, BP Finalize $20.8 Billion Deepwater Oil Spill Settlement
WASHINGTON—The Obama administration said Monday it has finalized the terms of a record $20.8 billion dollar settlement with BP BP 2.95 % PLC over the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.
BP's Record Oil Spill Settlement Rises to More Than $20 Billion  Bloomberg
US, states finalize settlement with BP over gulf oil spill
New global tax proposals target corporate tax dodging
... * OECD says its plans spell end to "massive tax avoidance". * Critics say they would not have averted past tax scandals.
OECD unveils global push to end tax havens and loopholes
Interactive timeline: Ireland and multinational tax schemes  Irish Times
Appeals of baseball, insider trading cases among those rejected as Supreme ...
The Supreme Court opened its new term Monday by saying "no" to as many as 2,000 disappointed litigants. The justices issued a 76-page list of appeal petitions that had been turned down without a hearing.
UPDATE 2-US Supreme Court won't hear major insider trading case  Reuters
Supreme Court Denies Appeal by Long-Time Madoff Investors  Wall Street Journal
What Happened When This Airline Lost the Company CEO's Luggage
CEOs: They're just like us. Their luggage goes missing when they fly—even when they run the company. The Los Angeles Times recently reported that Bradley Tilden, CEO of Alaska Airlines, owned up to the fact that during a flight to an industry summit ...
Alaska Airline Loses Its Own CEO Brad Tilden's Luggage
Alaska Airlines CEO Bradley Tilden admits airline lost his bag  KTRK-TV
New York regulator issues license to Winkelvoss bitcoin venture
NEW YORK Oct 5 Gemini Trust Company, founded by investors Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss, has been granted a license to operate as a chartered limited liability trust company by the New York State Departement of Financial Services, the state regulator ...
CompaniesNY hands bitcoin licence to Winklevoss twins  Financial Times
Winklevoss twins' bitcoin exchange gets state OK  New York Post