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As Apple Pay Arrives, Witnessing the Next Step in Money. Maybe.
Hugo Roque of Glendale, Calif., uses Apple Pay on his phone at a Disney Store, which accepts the service nationwide. Credit Jordan Strauss/Invision for Disney Store, via Associated Press.
Apple Pay Rolls Out, With Limits  Wall Street Journal
Apple Projects Another IPhone-Fueled Record for Holidays  Businessweek
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Investors Return to Market, but IBM Disappoints
The stock market moved higher on Monday as investors decided to step back into a market that was rattled by turbulence last week. It was an unusual move upward for a market that, for the most part, has been moving lower for the last month.
US stocks end higher despite drag from IBM  Reuters
U.S. stocks rise on hopes for solid Apple earnings; Dow rises 0.12%  NASDAQ
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Asian Shares Await China Growth Data
Asian shares were mixed Tuesday ahead of a reading on China's economic growth, which is expected to show further signs of softening in the world's second largest economy.
Asian stocks trade cautiously ahead of China growth data  BBC News
Asian Shares Tread Water as China GDP Awaited  NDTV
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The Truth Hidden by IBM's Buybacks
Photo. Virginia Rometty, IBM's chief, has followed a plan set by her predecessor, inflating IBM's earnings per share with stock buybacks and large dividends.
IBM earnings miss forecast; firm to pay $1.5 billion to shed chip unit  Los Angeles Times
IBM Woes Point to a Fresh Overhaul  Wall Street Journal
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Hearing to decide on proposed homeowners insurance rate spike
North Carolina's insurance commissioner is considering a request from companies seeking to increase homeowner's coverage costs by more than 25 percent statewide and even higher in some parts of the Wilmington area.
NC insurers press for higher homeowners rates  Jacksonville Daily News
NC insurers press for higher homeowner rates  Salisbury Post
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Oil falls below $86 as oversupply, global economy worries weigh
CALGARY Alberta (Reuters) - Brent crude fell on Monday, dropping below $86 a barrel as worries about booming supply and sluggish demand pushed the global oil benchmark back toward last week's four-year low.
A World Without OPEC?  New York Times
What market share? Saudi oil exports fall to lowest level in three years  Al-Bawaba
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Fed to Banks: Shape Up or Risk Breakup
Federal Reserve Gov. Daniel Tarullo, shown testifying at a Senate hearing in September, on Monday suggested some on Wall Street aren't taking the Fed's efforts seriously.
Regulator Tells Banks to Clean Up Bad Behavior or Face Downsizing  New York Times
Fed's breakup warning to big banks if no reform  The Malay Mail Online
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State Approves Petitions for "Stop Overcharging" Proposal
The proposal would prohibit hospitals from charging patients more than 150 percent of the lowest amount they accept as payment in full from any payer.
Michigan Chamber Of Commerce Considering Petition Drive For Road Funding  WSJM
Petition drive to limit hospital charges in Michigan gets go-ahead from ...  Greenfield Daily Reporter
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Streaming challenges cable television
�Girls� on HBO stars Allison Williams, Jemima Kirke, Lena Dunham and Zosia Mamet. HBO announced this past week that its shows will be available through the HBO Go format, a streaming-only service.
At A Glance: The cost of cable vs. a la carte  Washington Post
Not so fast cordcutters--cable's not going anywhere  San Jose Mercury News
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Cooling China GDP growth likely to raise heat on policymakers
MONTHLY DATA Beijing will also release some September activity data on Tuesday, which could give investors clues on how much economic momentum will be carried into the fourth quarter of the year.
China's growth likely to slow, research group says  SFGate
China Growth May Slow Sharply From 2020: Conference Board  Bloomberg
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