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Private payrolls show growth; August revised lower
Private payrolls rose about in line with expectations in September, thanks to sharp growth in small business and service sector hiring, according to a report.
ADP's Encouraging Jobs Report Is Unlikely To Boost Stocks - Economic ...  NASDAQ
ADP says private firms added 213000 jobs in September  Christian Science Monitor
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Two Accused Of Insider Trading On Pershing Square-Herbalife Tip
The roommate of a former Pershing Square Capital Management analyst has been hit with insider-trading charges for allegedly telling another friend about the hedge fund's planned campaign against Herbalife.
Securities and Exchange Commission charges 2 Men for Herbalife Insider Trading  Maine News
Insider Case by SEC Is a Step Removed From Herbalife Itself  New York Times
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Ebola fears hurt airlines
Ebola is on the move, and that doesn't bode well for transportation companies such as airlines. Shares of the major carriers fell between 2% to 4% Wednesday after the Centers for Disease Control revealed late Tuesday that the first case of the virus has been ...
Airline shares lower on Ebola fears  CNBC
Airline Selloff is a Buying Opportunity, UBS Says  Barron's (blog)
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Dean Baquet on Buyouts in the Newsroom
In a letter to the company this morning, Arthur and Mark described the financial conditions that are forcing us to make cuts across the company.
New York Times to make company-wide job cuts  The Detroit News
New York Times announces plan to cut 100 newsroom positions  Washington Post
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Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac stock slumps after lawsuit dismissed
Oct 1 (Reuters) - Shares of mortgage finance companies Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac slumped on Wednesday, after a judge threw out a lawsuit brought by investors in the companies to stop the government from making the companies pay a quarterly ...
Fairholme Funds 'Disappointed' by Lawsuit's Dismissal  Wall Street Journal
Fairholme Says It Will Pursue Fannie Bailout Claim After Setback  Businessweek
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Chrysler, GM, Nissan sales soar, Ford down
Chrysler and General Motors reported that September sales of their cars and trucks soared 19% and 19.4% respectively, as the two Detroit automakers performance easily outpaced the expected overall industry sales increase for the month.
US auto sales rise, but company results mixed  CNBC
GM, Chrysler post strong sales, Ford falters  MarketWatch
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Report: Midwest economic growth slower this fall
OMAHA, Neb. (AP) - The economy will likely grow more slowly this fall in nine Midwestern and Plains states, according to a monthly survey of business leaders released Wednesday.
Report: Midwest economic index drops in September  Chron.com
Outlook for Iowa's economy declines for third month  DesMoinesRegister.com
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Gross Exposes $42 Trillion Bond Market's Key Flaw in Pimco Exit
One man shook a $42 trillion bond market last week, highlighting just how vulnerable bond prices are to shocks. Bill Gross's surprise departure on Friday from Pacific Investment Management Co.
BlackRock Bond ETF Gets Record Inflows After Gross Exit  Businessweek
Who do you Trust?  Wealth Daily
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US Manufacturing PMI Slows to 56.6 in September--Update
The U.S. manufacturing expansion cooled a bit in September after a very hot August, according to a survey released Wednesday by the Institute for Supply Management.
Pace of US factory activity slipped in September  Washington Post
Manufacturing activity eases in September  USA TODAY
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GM Outlines Aggressive Financial Outlook
GM CEO Mary Barra, pictured above from earlier this year, outlines an aggressive financial plan for the auto maker. REUTERS. MILFORD, Mich.
GM expects to return to profitability in Europe in 2016  The Detroit News
GM to make profit in Europe, hit N. American margin target in 2016  Reuters
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