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Dollar General Raises Bid for Family Dollar as Buyout Fight Heats Up
Photo. A Family Dollar store in Ridgeland, Miss. The low-price chain accepted a buyout offer in July, leading to heated bids by a rival.
Dollar General raises bid for Family Dollar  Houston Chronicle
Analysts: Family Dollar will accept Dollar General bid.  The Tennessean
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Home Depot Probing 'Unusual Activity' After Data Breach Report
Krebs on Security reports that the company "may be the source of a massive new batch of stolen credit and debit cards" hitting the digital black market.
Home Depot probes possible customer data theft  CNET
Cybersecurity expert: Data breaches evolving  19 Action News
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Eric Cantor latest politician to move to Wall Street
Former House Majority Leader Eric Cantor, who resigned last month after an upset loss in a Republican primary, will take a high-paying job as vice chairman and managing director at investment bank Moelis & Co.
Eric Cantor cashes in, lands $3.4 million gig at Wall Street investment bank  New York Daily News
Sympathetic Ear in House Turns From Big Business to Oil and Gas  New York Times
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Dollar powers up as yen, sterling flag; euro off lows
SYDNEY (Reuters) - The dollar hovered at 14-month highs against a basket of major currencies early on Wednesday, underpinned by upbeat U.S.
Dollar Is a Winner as Policies Shift  Wall Street Journal
Asian shares inch down, dollar on top of the heap  Reuters UK
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Tesla deal, geothermal bill fail to advance in Calif.
Green energy advocates across the desert had a lot to be disappointed about this weekend, as the state Legislature failed to strike a deal on Tesla's battery factory or vote on a bill that would have boosted geothermal energy production.
Biz Break: Tesla momentum 'is like a freight train,' analyst says as ...  San Jose Mercury News
Thomas Elias: Tesla has state walking a tightrope  Oroville Mercury Register
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Q: Should I invest in Starbucks or Dunkin'?
A: Dunkin' Donuts (DNKN) is kicking powdered sugar in Starbucks' (SBUX) face. The East Coast centric breakfast chain is returning to Southern California and looking for breakfast dominance.
Dunkin' Donuts opens first SoCal store in Santa Monica  WLS-TV
Score A Touchdown With Dunkin' Donuts And Eli Manning Via $0.99 Any ...  MarketWatch
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US denies discount carrier Norwegian Air's bid for early entry
NEW YORK, Sept 2 (Reuters) - U.S. regulators slowed discount carrier Norwegian Air International Ltd's quest to operate in the United States on Tuesday, drawing cheers from unions who said the airline pays low wages and does not meet U.S.
US delays ruling on Norwegian Air's low-cost transatlantic flights  The Seattle Times
US Denies Norwegian Air's Bid For Early Approval  Airwise
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FanDuel Adds $70 Million In Funding Following DraftKings $41 Million Raise
A leader in the daily fantasy sports market, Fan Duel, has raised $70 million in Series D funding. The raise, led by Shamrock Capital Advisors with involvement by NBC Sports Ventures among other venture capital and private equity firms, comes only days ...
US fantasy sports startup FanDuel raises $70 million  Reuters
Daily Fantasy Sports Draw Big Bets From Investors  Businessweek
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Airplane fights on the rise
In this Sept. 23, 2013 photo, rows of slimline seats await installation aboard a Southwest Airlines 737 at the carrier's headquarters in Dallas.
A knee-jerk reaction to the 'right to recline' debate  Chicago Sun-Times
Closer seats don't sit well with some fliers  Tribune-Review
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China's August HSBC services PMI rebounds to 17-month high
BEIJING (Reuters) - China's services sector expanded at the strongest pace in 17 months in August as new business rebounded after a sharp slowdown in July, a private survey showed on Wednesday.
China official services PMI edges up in August  MarketWatch
China's August Non-Manufacturing PMI Rises to 54.4  Businessweek
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