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Billionaire divorce heads to negotiating table instead of court
The widely-followed divorce battle between billionaire hedge fund star Ken Griffin and his wife Anne Dias Griffin may not go to trial after all.
Griffin divorce negotiations no surprise to experts  Chicago Tribune
Hedge fund billionaire's divorce trial put on hold  Page Six
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TPP points the way for cheaper global roaming
Australians could enjoy much cheaper calls when travelling overseas thanks to global roaming provisions in the Trans Pacific Partnership agreement.
Trans-Pacific Partnership: China cautiously welcomes deal, hopes it will ...  ABC Online
China cautiously welcomes Trans-Pacific free trade deal  BBC News
Australia central bank holds rates steady for fifth month
SYDNEY Australia's central bank left interest rates unchanged on Tuesday for a fifth straight month in a widely expected move and offered no clues to indicate it may change its steady stance any time soon.
RBA satisfied Australia's economy 'weathering the storm'  The Australian Financial Review
Australian central bank leaves cash rate unchanged  Times of India
Good Question: Why Do We Pay ATM Fees?
MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) - Getting cash can cost you. You know the feeling. You need money, but don't have time to go to your bank's ATM.
Out-of-network ATM fees, overdraft charges hit record, survey says  USA TODAY
ATM Fees at Record High for Out-of-Network Transactions  Inside Bitcoins
Supply and demand gap explains low growth
Global growth is uninspiring. The global economy plods along with aggregate GDP growth of around 3 per cent to 3.5 per cent and similar levels of inflation.
As China growth flags, analysts weigh alternative indicators  Daily Times
General Mills Recalls Over 1 Million Boxes of Cheerios Due to Allergy Risk
Over 1 million boxes of both Cheerios and Honey Nut Cheerios, that were produced at a factory in Lodi, California have been recalled, the Associated Press reports.
Cheerios recalls 1.8 million boxes of cereal labeled gluten-free that may ...  The Week Magazine
General Mills recalling 1.8M Cheerios boxes on allergy risk  Charlotte Observer
Record $20-billion fine for BP in 2010 gulf spill: Where the money will go
Atty. Gen. Loretta Lynch walks past a photo of the 2010 Deepwater Horizon platform in flames after she announced the resolution of claims against BP.
BP to pay record $20.8 bln over Gulf of Mexico oil spill
$69 million in RESTORE to Escambia  Pensacola News Journal
Watch Furious Employees Mob Air France Executives Over Reported Layoffs
Two Air France executives had to flee company-restructuring meetings Monday at the airline's headquarters north of Paris less than an hour after they'd begun, when angry workers stormed the building.
Air France executives ambushed at board meeting, stripped of clothes by ...  New York Daily News
Air France executive 'almost lynched' as jobs dispute turns violent  Jakarta Post
REFILE-UPDATE 5-Suncor launches hostile bid for Canadian Oil Sands
(Adds dropped words in paragraphs 1, 4, 6 and 16). * All-stock offer valued at C$8.84/share. * Offer at 43 pct premium to Canadian Oil's Friday close.
Canadian Oil Sands shares soar after Suncor announces takeover bid  The Globe and Mail
EconomyIndian services sector grows, but fails to wow
India's service sector continued to grow in September, but the economy remains sluggish according to the latest PMI readings. Nikkei/Markit's purchasing managers index came in at 51.3 in September, above the 50-mark which separates contraction from ...
India's services sector growth slows in September  Livemint
Indian Services Growth Slowed in September: Survey  NDTV