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Bernanke: More execs should have gone to jail after financial crisis
Former Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke has said more people involved in the financial crisis should have faced legal actions, rather than placing the responsibility on the financial firms.
Bernanke: Execs Should Have Gone to Jail for Crisis  Fox Business
Bernanke: Executives should have faced jail for 2008 crisis  BBC News
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American Apparel Files for Ch. 11 Bankruptcy Protection
NEW YORK - American Apparel is filing Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. The filing comes almost two years after the company ousted founder Dov Charney, who is locked in a legal fight and sued American Apparel for defamation.
Five Things Everyone Will Be Talking About Today  Bloomberg
UPDATE 2-American Apparel files for bankruptcy  Reuters
Stocks rise as investors see Fed delaying hike
LONDON European shares followed Asian stocks higher on Monday while the dollar was on the defensive after Friday's weak U.S. jobs data signaled the era of low-cost money had further to run.
Hedge Funds Wary of Shorting Euro, Yen as Currencies Defy QE  Bloomberg
Forex - Dollar slips lower vs. euro, egdes up against yen  Nasdaq
Euro zone September business growth at four-month low: PMI
LONDON Euro zone business activity grew at its weakest pace in four months during September but in one encouraging sign for the European Central Bank, service firms raised prices for the first time in four years, surveys showed on Monday.
U.K. Services Downturn May Keep BOE Cautious on Interest Rates  Bloomberg
UK service sector growth at slowest for 2 years  Financial Times
Glencore shares enjoy bounce-back after Hong Kong-led surge
LONDON Oct 5 Shares in trader and miner Glencore surged as much as 20 percent in London on Monday, following a 25-percent leap on the Hong Kong market, as hopes for deal-making trumped worries over a slump in metals prices.
Glencore surges 70% on Viterra sale speculation  The Globe and Mail
Glencore's Wild Ride Extends Amid Unit Sale Talks  Bloomberg
Air France managers flee as staff storm meeting on job cuts
ROISSY, France Air France managers fled a meeting on Monday about mass job cuts after angry staff waving banners and flags stormed the room, according to Reuters journalists present at the scene.
Air France Plans to Cut 2900 Jobs, Says Union  Wall Street Journal
Air France HR boss has shirt ripped from his back as he escapes furious ...
Extreme Poverty Expected to Fall Below 10% of Global Population for First Time
Fewer than 10% of the world's population will live in extreme poverty for the first time by the end of 2015, according to the World Bank, moving one step closer to the body's stated goal of global extreme poverty eradication by 2030.
World Bank: Less Than 10% Of The World Will Be Poor This Year  Forbes
India's poverty rate lowest among nations with poor population  Times of India
ATM Fees Rise Toward $5 Per Withdrawal
A quick stop at the local deli's ATM could wind up costing as much as your sandwich. The average fee for using an automated teller machine that isn't tied to a customer's bank rose to a record $4.52 per transaction over the past year, according to a ...
You're Now Paying Almost $5 to Access Your Own Money  TIME
ATM Fees Have Never Been Higher  Huffington Post
Peltz's Trian Buys $2.5 Billion Stake in GE Amid Overhaul
Trian Fund Management LP, the activist firm co-founded by Nelson Peltz, has acquired a $2.5 billion stake in General Electric Co. as it backs the company's plan to focus on industrial businesses.
Trian Discloses $2.5 Billion Stake In GE  MarketWatch
Trian becomes a top GE investor  U.S. News & World Report
Modi, Merkel push for revival of India-EU trade talks
NEW DELHI India and Germany want talks to resume on a free trade deal between New Delhi and the European Union at the earliest opportunity, the two countries said on Monday after Chancellor Angela Merkel visited Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Germany extends support to PM Modi's efforts for economic growth  Economic Times
Merkel Pledges 1 Billion Euros to Finance Indian Solar Projects  Bloomberg