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Lowest unemployment rate since 2008: Should the Fed hike rates or not?
By Nelson D. Schwartz & Binyamin Appelbaum Despite disappointing job growth last month, the unemployment rate fell to its lowest level since early 2008, sharpening the debate within the Federal Reserve over whether to raise interest rates when ...
Jobless rate falls to 5.1%, a 7-year low  NWAOnline
Fed decision may hinge on which holds sway: Data or outlook  Philly.com
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US Treasury official: G20 sees need to 'double down' against devaluation
ANKARA There is a shared belief among the members of the Group of 20 leading economies in the need to "double down" against competitive currency devaluation and avoid it in both policy and language, a senior U.S.
Among emerging economies if there is any growth, that is in India: IMF's ...  Firstpost
India among few bright spots in global economy: IMF Chief  The Hindu
BlackBerry to Buy Good Technology for $425 Million
BlackBerry Ltd. agreed to buy Good Technology Corp. for $425 million, gaining new mobile device-management customers while removing one of its competitors in that business.
BlackBerry to Buy Rival Good Technology for $425 Million  NDTV
Bits | BlackBerry to Buy Good Technology, Getting Deeper Into Security  New York Times (blog)
Daily Deal Roundup: Emera buys Teco for $6.5-billion and Avingstone files an IPO
Halifax power company Emera Inc. has agreed to buy Teco Energy Inc., owner of the electric utility in Tampa, Fla., for $6.5-billion (U.
Canada's Emera to buy Teco Energy for $6.44 billion to expand in US  Reuters
Emera Makes $6.5 Billion Bet on U.S. Power Markets in Teco Deal  Bloomberg
Those New Credit Card Chips Known as EMV Won't Defeat the Data Thieves
Those tiny new chips embedded in your credit cards promise to make it tougher for thieves to steal your data. But before the technology - known as EMV - is fully adopted and probably for a long time after the transition begins in the fall, credit ...
Some small businesses upgrade credit card readers to read new chip technology  Press Examiner
Local businesses need to be ready for “chip” cards  Dispatch Times
Aircraft leasing firm's $2.5bn sale takes off
The Irish executive team behind Avolon, the aircraft lessor, are set to make more than $50 million from the $2.5 billion deal to sell the company.
Domhnal Slattery set for €30.8m windfall  Irish Examiner
HNA unit to buy Ireland ' s Avolon Holdings for $2.5b  China Daily
China backs Putin's idea of developing Russia's Far East
VLADIVOSTOK, Russia Chinese Vice Premier Wang Yang said on Saturday that Russia's push to revamp its run-down Far East region coincided with Beijing's strategy, backing President Vladimir Putin's drive for new sources of growth.
Eastern Economic Forum set to boost economy  Xinhua
Deals Worth Around $19 Billion Signed at Eastern Economic Forum  Sputnik International
Proposed Cherokee move a worry
Ron Conrad, Jr., a Fiat Chrysler body shop worker, says the numbers don't add up for the plant with only the Wrangler. THE BLADE/KATIE RAUSCH Enlarge | Buy This Photo.
Fiat Chrysler Recalling 8000 SUVs Amid Radio-Hacking Fears  Law360 (subscription)
Jobs growth points to economic resurgence in third quarter
Canada's economy created more jobs than anticipated in August, boosting hopes that the third quarter will return to growth following a technical recession in the first half of the year.
Canada adds jobs in August, but unemployment rate rises  Business Recorder (press release) (blog)
How Canada's job market changed under the Conservatives  Saskatoon StarPhoenix
McDonald?s all-day breakfast might worsen egg shortage
Carlos Gonzalez and Elsa Guzman eat breakfast at a McDonald's in New York. The fast food restaurant is launching all-day breakfast next month.
McDonald's all-day breakfast might make America's egg shortage worse  New Zealand Herald
Why McDonald's Is Tweeting at Everyone Who Asked for All-Day Breakfast  TIME