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Apple Secures Mobile Payments, Slams PayPal
The biggest news to come out of Apple Apple's product introduction in early September was Apple Pay, a mobile payment service that could jolt the moribund $400 billion business for credit card processing out of its deep slumber.
Icahn was right: EBay, PayPal to become separate companies  SFGate
eBay follows Carl Icahn's advice, plans PayPal spin off in 2015  Business Today   Related articles »  
Dollar scales 6-year peak versus yen, Aussie falters on weak data
The dollar struck a six-year high against the yen and was poised near a two-year peak against the euro, while gathering more bullish impetus on Wednesday as weaker than expected Australian retail sales data sparked selling on Australian dollar.
Dollar rises above 110 yen for the first time since August 2008  GlobalPost
Dollar Climbs Beyond 110 Yen Before Jobs; Aussie Drops on Retail  Bloomberg
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Japan corporate confidence fades
Optimism has faded across all industries in Japan six months on from a tax increase that caused the sharpest contraction in output since the Lehman crisis.
5 Takeaways From BOJ Tankan Survey  Wall Street Journal (blog)
Japan tankan shows upside surprise for big firms  MarketWatch
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SEC charges two in Herbalife insider trading
The Wall Street battle over Herbalife has drawn accusations of insider trading from billionaire investors on both sides of the fight.
SEC Charges Two People With Insider Trading On Herbalife  NASDAQ
With Bill Ackman, Tennis and Herbalife Can Be A Dangerous Mix  Forbes
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Delamaide: Goldman tapes expose Fed weakness
WASHINGTON - "Regulatory capture" may sound innocuous enough as a term, but when you hear it in action it can be chilling.
Whistleblower Reveals That the Fed and Banks are Best Friends
Maybe This Is Why Carmen Segarra Drove the Fed Nuts: Opening Line  Bloomberg
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Obama, Modi work to deepen improving US-India ties
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Barack Obama and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi agreed on Tuesday to deepen U.S.-Indian cooperation on maritime security to ensure freedom of navigation in what amounts to a response to China's naval ...
PM's US Visit: Narendra Modi's CEO diplomacy to soon set the cash ...  Economic Times
For Obama and Indian Leader, a Friendly Stroll If Not a Full Embrace  NDTV
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Court Throws Out Lawsuits Related to Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac Profits
A judge in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia dismissed claims brought against the federal government and U.S. officials for sending nearly all profits generated by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac to the U.S.
Will Fannie and Freddie Shareholders Be Able to Set Aside the Third ...  Forbes
Fannie, Freddie Investors Lose Suits Over Lost Dividends  Businessweek
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Who is the man replacing the Wall Street 'Bond King'?
Daniel Ivascyn: Some experts say he will move the firm toward a more teamoriented culture. Posted: Wednesday, October 1, 2014 12:00 am.
Critical Time for Pimco, as Pensions Consider Removing Funds in Wake of Bill ...  New York Times
Who is the man replacing the 'Bond King'?  MSN Money
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News Corp. to buy parent of for $950 million
The battle for house-hunting eyeballs is heating up. Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. announced Tuesday a $950-million agreement to buy the nation's third-largest online real estate listing company, Move Inc., marrying the parent company of the Wall Street ...
What News Corp. Is Getting in $950 Million Move Deal  Businessweek
GAME ON: News Corp.'s $950M Deal for Move Affirms Value of Real Estate ...  CoStar Group
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Now as Provocateur, Summers Says Treasury Undermined Fed
Lawrence Summers, the former chief economic adviser to President Obama, said on Tuesday that the Treasury Department had undermined the Federal Reserve's stimulus campaign and that doing so was a large and expensive mistake.
Time for Treasury to Consider More Short-Term Debt?  Wall Street Journal (blog)
UPDATE 1-US Treasury, Fed at cross purposes on debt during crisis, study finds  Reuters
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