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Trade deal to lift the economy, consumers
The sweeping trade deal between the U.S. and 11 Pacific Rim nations announced Monday, should boost the U.S. economy and lower consumer prices on some imports, experts say.
Your Monday Evening Briefing: Trans-Pacific Partnership, Nobel Awards and More  New York Times
A long road ahead for newly minted Pacific Rim trade agreement  Washington Post
Sky News Australia  
Democratic Candidates Lay Out Gun-Control Plans
WASHINGTON—The three leading candidates in the Democratic presidential contest each laid out proposals for new gun-control efforts on Monday, injecting fresh energy into the push for restrictions, which have faced heavy resistance from Republicans.
Rep. Cummings says he's not close to announcing on possible Senate bid  Washington Post
Hillary Clinton Tackles Gun Control with Universal Background Checks  Fox Business
DuPont CEO retires amid pressure from activist
DuPont, which has been in an on-going battle with activist Nelson Peltz to boost the company's stock price, announced Monday that CEO Ellen Kullman will retire.
UPDATE 1-DuPont CEO Ellen Kullman to retire  Reuters
DuPont Chief Executive Ellen Kullman to Retire  New York Times
American Apparel Filing Shines Light on Hedge Fund Standard General
American Apparel Inc. APP -6.34 % 's bankruptcy filing throws a spotlight on a little-known hedge fund that is playing a central role in the restructuring of two high-profile retail companies this year.
Will bankruptcy cost American Apparel its cool?  BBC News
The Slow Decline And Fall Of Dov Charney's American Apparel  Huffington Post
Co-founder Jack Dorsey Named Permanent CEO of Twitter
Twitter announced Monday morning that Jack Dorsey, its co-founder and interim CEO, has become the company's permanent CEO. The news was made official on Sept/ 30, per an SEC filing.
Lightning Round: What Dorsey will do for Twitter  CNBC
The Most Important Difference Between The DuPont And Twitter Interim CEO Roles  Forbes
Out-of-network ATM fees, overdraft charges hit record, survey says
It's costing consumers more and more to get ahold of their own money. The average fee consumers pay to withdraw cash from an ATM outside their bank's network is a record $4.52 per transaction, according to a new survey from Bankrate.
These cities have the highest ATM fees  Atlanta Journal Constitution
New study says Phoenix consumers pay among highest ATM fees  KPHO Phoenix
General Mills issues massive Cheerios recall
General Mills has issued a voluntary recall of approximately 1.8 million boxes of Cheerios and Honey Nut Cheerios after discovering some of its gluten-free labeled products may contain wheat.
General Mills recalls 1.8 million boxes of gluten-free Cheerios  Reuters
1.8 Million Cheerios Boxes Recalled Because of Allergens
Air France Loses Its Shirt
Even by French standards, the brawl that erupted at a Monday meeting between Air France AFLYY -1.02 % management and unions was a sight to behold.
French airline workers attack execs over job cuts  CNN
Air France bosses have shirts torn off in job cuts protests
BP's $20 billion Deepwater Horizon settlement is a Justice Department record
The 2010 oil spill damaged 1,300 miles of coastline. Oil and gas multinational BP has agreed to pay over $20 billion in penalties over the Deepwater Horizon spill, the Department of Justice announced Monday.
BP's $20.8-billion oil spill settlement may give it a huge tax deduction  Los Angeles Times
BP settlement in gulf oil spill jumps to $20.8B
UPDATE 3-Google in talks to invest in chat company Symphony - source
(Adds Symphony response). Oct 5 (Reuters) - Google, which has now morphed into holding company Alphabet Inc, is in talks with messaging startup Symphony Communication Services LLC for a round of fundraising, a person familiar with the matter told ...
Alphabet to back Symphony messaging tool  Financial Times
Google in talks to invest in Symphony  USA TODAY