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Apple to move into a new London campus in 2021
The Evening Standard broke the news today that Apple's future home in the U.K. capital will be inside the Battersea Power Station redevelopment zone - a site that has played host to many a press launch in recent years, given the spectacular backdrop ...
Apple to make landmark Battersea Power Station its new London home  Business Insider
Apple to house 1400 employees at London's restored Battersea Power ...  AppleInsider (press release) (blog)
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Merkel Fate Tied to Deutsche Bank Fortunes, Left Party Head Says
Any taxpayer-funded solution for Deutsche Bank AG's troubles would be Chancellor Angela Merkel's downfall, according to the leader of Germany's biggest opposition party.
US Stocks Turn Lower  Wall Street Journal
Deutsche Bank: Does it need a bailout?  CNNMoney
Stocks fall slightly amid Janet Yellen testimony; oil pares gains
U.S. stocks traded slightly lower on Wednesday as investors digested commentary from several key Federal Reserve officials while an OPEC meeting overseas concluded.
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen: Banks need tailored supervision  Washington Post
Yellen Sees Solid Job Growth, No Fixed Timetable for Rate Rise  Bloomberg
SABMiller investors cheer $100 billion-plus AB InBev takeover
Beer flows from a bottle of Stella Artois into a glass in this picture illustration taken in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina November 5, 2015.
Tie-up of world's biggest beer makers clears final hurdle  The Denver Post
One of the biggest mergers in history was just given the green light  Business Insider
US Stocks Give Up an Early Gain and Turn Lower at Midday
NEW YORK - U.S. stocks are lower Wednesday as dividend-paying stocks skid and health care companies take losses. Beer makers AB InBev and Molson Coors are rising after SABMiller's shareholders approved the $103 billion deal that will combine ...
Molson Coors is closer to MillerCoors takeover as beer mega-merger advances
Tempur Sealy 3Q sales below expectations
UPDATE 9/28/16, 11:25 AM -- LEXINGTON, Ky. - Tempur Sealy International reported that its third quarter net sales are below expectations and said it expects net sales for the year to be down 1% to 3%.
Stocks to Watch: BlackBerry, Tempur Sealy, Wells Fargo  Wall Street Journal (blog)
Tempur Sealy stock plummets on sales revision  USA TODAY
Exclusive: Uber to move freight, target trucking for the long haul
FILE PHOTO -- An Autonomous trucking start-up Otto vehicle is shown during an announcing event in Concord, California, U.S. August 4, 2016.
Uber-owned Otto to offer freight hauling services using autonomous trucks in ...  TechCrunch
Uber's Truck Automation Set to Rock the World of Traditional Freight Hauling
Takata Sells Interiors Division to Piston Group
Beleaguered Japanese air-bag maker Takata Corp. 7312 -1.13 % sold its interiors division to a Detroit entrepreneur, raising some cash amid mounting costs of recalls of the company's rupture-prone safety devices.
Takata Sells Irvin Auto-Interiors Subsidiary to Former NBA Star  Bloomberg
Takata sells auto interiors unit as recall costs rise  Tulsa World
Wall Street rises in wake of first presidential face-off
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Consumer and technology stocks, including Amazon, led gains on Wall Street on Tuesday while the perceived win by Democrat Hillary Clinton in the first presidential debate gave broader support to equities.
Wall Street opens slightly lower as oil falls  Mo4ch News (press release) (blog)
Sharpening the Claws at Wells Fargo
Michael P. Regan is a Bloomberg Gadfly columnist covering equities and financial services. He has covered stocks for Bloomberg News as a columnist and editor since 2007.
Wells Fargo Scandal Gets Banks To Ask Employees What Makes Them Proud to ...  Fortune
U.K. Is Blueprint for How Bank 'Culture' Backlash Will Play Out  American Banker