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A Deutsche Bank settlement overshadows US equities
A road sign marking a dead end and reading 'No turn possible' is pictured outside a Deutsche Bank office in Hanau, Germany, April 27, 2015.
Stocks End Quarter on a High Note  Wall Street Journal
S&P 500 Rides Megacap Tech to Fourth Straight Quarterly Advance  Bloomberg
Press Herald  
Illinois to Suspend Wells Fargo From Bond, Investing Work
Illinois is joining California in suspending Wells Fargo & Co. from handling “billions” of dollars in investment work and the underwriting of state debt after the company admitted to opening potentially millions of bogus customer accounts.
Worried about fake bank accounts in your name? Here's what you need to know  CNNMoney
Early movers: LXK, MKC, DB, COST, WFC & more  CNBC
Chinese billionaire Wang Jianlin makes aggressive moves in Hollywood
China's richest man, Wang Jianlin, has been on a buying spree in Hollywood. His media conglomerate, Dalian Wanda Group, has aggressively expanded into the U.S.
China's Box-Office Slump Deepens After Drought of Summer Hits  Bloomberg
China's richest man serves up global badminton deal  Reuters
DIARY-Top Economic Events to Oct. 14
MONDAY, OCTOBER 3 MADRID - Global Interdependence Center hosts "Central Banking Series 2016: Madrid" (to Oct. 4). Bank of France former Governor Christian Noyer to attend.
Yellen Can't Hide the Struggle Inside the Fed  Bloomberg
Dollar Heads for Quarterly Loss  Wall Street Journal
Warren questions Puerto Rico board's meeting on Wall Street
Puerto Rico's newly created fiscal control board met briefly in New York Friday for the first time. At the meeting, the seven-member panel set a Oct. 14 deadline for the island to produce a plan to fix its finances and named one of its members, Puerto ...
Historic takeover of Puerto Rico's finances, agencies begins  U.S. News & World Report
Puerto Rico board sets Oct. 14 date for draft turnaround plan  Reuters
A Yahoo insider believes the hackers could really have stolen over 1 billion ...
The actual tally of stolen user accounts from the hack Yahoo experienced could be much larger than 500 million, according to a former Yahoo executive familiar with its security practices.
Yahoo hack may become test case for SEC data breach disclosure rules  Reuters
Cyber security: It's not just about Yahoo  CNN
Redstones Await Response From CBS on Merger Request
Viacom's independent committee is viewed as comprised largely of allies of Shari Redstone, who prevailed in a fight over Viacom's future this summer.
Can CBS And Viacom Investors See Eye-To-Eye On Merger Numbers?  Deadline
CA's Film and TV Tax Credits Scrutinized by Legislative Analyst's Office  Hollywood Reporter
Deal Set in New Jersey to Raise Gas Tax 23 Cents
Republican Gov. Chris Christie reached a sweeping deal with Democratic legislative leaders on Friday that would boost gasoline taxes by 23 cents a gallon while cutting sales taxes and eventually eliminating the state's estate tax altogether.
Christie Announces Transportation Trust Fund Deal with Sweeney and Prieto  Observer
The Record: Transportation deal: Not perfect, but as good as we'll get  NorthJersey.com
Why 1 million workers are getting paid sick leave: Op-Ed
Editor's note: Tom Perez is the U.S. Labor Secretary. Margot Dorfman is the CEO of the U.S. Women's Chamber of Commerce. The opinions expressed in this commentary are their own.
DOL: Paid Sick Leave for Workers on Federal Contracts  The National Law Review
The Right to Call In Sick  New York Times (blog)
U.S. Consumer Spending Little Changed as Income Gains Cool
Consumer spending was little changed in August as income growth cooled, pointing to a softening in consumption after a run of strong gains.
US Consumer Spending Flat in August  Wall Street Journal
Drop in US consumer spending clouds Fed rate hike outlook  Reuters