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Beer wars: AB InBev makes third bid for SABMiller for $104 billion
Belgian-headquartered beer giant Anheuser-Busch InBev made a third offer valued at around $104 billion to buy its British-South African rival SABMiller on Wednesday.
AB InBev says expects to have BevCo support for SABMiller deal  Reuters
AB InBev launches �68bn bid for rival SABMiller  Financial Times
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US consumer watchdog wants partial ban on arbitration clauses
WASHINGTON Banks and credit card companies may not force customers to sign away their legal rights to take part in class action lawsuits, under an early-stage U.S.
Agency targets the fine print preventing customers from joining class actions  Los Angeles Times
Financial regulators move to restrict forced arbitration  Salon
VW scandal: Volkswagen to start fixing emissions rigged diesel cars in January
Volkswagen could start recalling cars as early as January, the company's chief executive Matthias Mueller has said. Mr Mueller told a German newspaper that it would take a year to fix all 11 million diesel vehicles world wide which contain emissions ...
Volkswagen confirms some models sold in Australia had emissions cheating ...  Reuters
VW CEO: recall of cars hit by scandal to begin in January  Washington Post
UPDATE 2-BOJ keeps policy steady despite signs of recession, Kuroda bullish
... * BOJ maintains massive stimulus programme. * Sticks to view moderate recovery continues. * Kuroda says no change to outlook for 2 pct inflation.
Asian shares higher despite lower IMF growth forecast  Washington Post
EconomyBank of Japan vs markets: Someone must be wrong  Financial Times
German Industrial Production Falls in August
BERLIN - Official data show that German industrial production fell in August following an increase the previous month, a report that comes on top of disappointing figures for factory orders.
German Industry Output Unexpectedly Falls as China Weakens  Bloomberg
German industrial output posts steepest drop in a year  euronews
Samsung Electronics Says Its Profit Rose Nearly 80% in Third Quarter
HONG KONG - It took longer than many analysts expected, but Samsung Electronics' long-awaited turnaround has finally shown up in its earnings in a big way: On Wednesday, it said its operating profit had increased nearly 80 percent in the most recent ...
Samsung Overcomes Phone Addiction  Wall Street Journal
Won Rises to Two-Month High as Samsung Earnings Boost Stocks  Bloomberg
French PM Backs Air France in Labor Dispute
PARIS—The French Prime Minister Manuel Valls said the government supports the management of Air France-KLM AFLYY 0.00 % which is currently embroiled in an acrimonious conflict with its workers over job cuts.
Francois Hollande warns Air France violence 'could harm country's ...  Economic Times
Air France may cut 5000 more jobs in new restructuring: Sources  Financial Express
Exclusive -- Yum! Brands Exec: Here's What Happened in China
Yum Brands' recovery in China continues, but at a slower-than-expected pace. Source:Yum! Brands. Yum! Brands just reported third-quarter 2015 results, and the market couldn't spit out shares of the fast-food juggernaut fast enough.
Jubilant Food falls 4%; sentiment negative on Yum! Q3 nos
Crash in Yum Brands Shares Weighs on Jubilant FoodWorks  NDTV
Agencies continue to tweak India's GDP growth forecast
The IMF has marginally lowered its 2015-16 growth forecast for India to 7.3% this year, lower than the 7.5% it projected in July. Photo: Bloomberg.
Global growth is weakest since the crisis, IMF says  CNN
China's slowdown, sagging commodity prices will slow global economic ...  New York Daily News
American Apparel Filed For Bankruptcy; Is It Truly Over For The Made-In-The-U ...
American Apparel will shrink its debt to $120 million from $311 million after filing bankruptcy by swapping bonds for equity. Sign Up For Our Newsletter >>.
American Apparel files for bankruptcy, operations to continue  Bangor Daily News