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eBay to spin off PayPal: U-turn and humiliation for board
The online marketplace giant eBay will spin off its PayPal payments business as a separate company next year after months of pressure from activist eBay shareholder Carl Icahn.
Apple Secures Mobile Payments, Slams PayPal  Forbes
Could a merger follow the PayPal-eBay split?
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Japan firms fail to shake off tax-hike gloom, blunting economic rebound
TOKYO (Reuters) - Big Japanese manufacturers were slightly more optimistic in the third quarter but service-sector sentiment worsened, a central bank survey showed, adding to signs that a solid economic pickup will remain elusive without another burst of ...
Japan tankan shows upside surprise for big firms  MarketWatch
Japan's economy takes another hit as spending, factory output fall  Livemint
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SEC charges two in Herbalife insider trading
The Wall Street battle over Herbalife has drawn accusations of insider trading from billionaire investors on both sides of the fight.
SEC Charges Two People With Insider Trading On Herbalife  NASDAQ
With Bill Ackman, Tennis and Herbalife Can Be A Dangerous Mix  Forbes
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Lackluster factory data hits world stocks, dollar up
LONDON (Reuters) - Stocks worldwide began the fourth quarter on a negative note on Wednesday, with investors wary of lackluster economic data and keeping a cautious eye on civil unrest in Hong Kong.
Weaker euro buys time for Draghi's ECB  Financial Times
Europe Stocks Lower as Rally Ends  Wall Street Journal
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Delamaide: Goldman tapes expose Fed weakness
WASHINGTON - "Regulatory capture" may sound innocuous enough as a term, but when you hear it in action it can be chilling.
Recordings show Federal Reserve covered up Wall Street crimes  World Socialist Web Site
Whistleblower Reveals That the Fed and Banks are Best Friends
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Asian factories slow in September, push inflation ever lower
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Factory activity stumbled across much of Asia in September, with slowdowns in India, Japan and Taiwan and an outright decline in South Korea delivering a setback to hopes for a pick in world growth this year.
UPDATE 2-South Korea Sept data cements further rate cut view  Reuters UK
South Korea inflation slows to 1.1pc in September  Business Recorder
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ICBC, Japan's Megabanks Win Myanmar Banking Approval
Industrial & Commercial Bank of China Ltd. and Japan's three largest banks won approval to start operations in Myanmar, the Southeast Asian nation emerging from five decades of economic isolation.
UPDATE 1-Japan banks, ANZ among nine foreign lenders to gain Myanmar ...  Reuters
Myanmar awards licenses to 9 foreign banks from  Fox Business
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News Corp in $US950m deal to buy US online real estate business Move
News Corp., the newspaper publisher controlled by Rupert Murdoch, agreed to buy the owner of for $US950 million ($1.09b), expanding its digital real-estate listings to compete with sites such as the James Packer-owned Zillow.
News makes $1bn real estate bid  Brisbane Times
News Corp. to buy parent of for $950 million  Los Angeles Times
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Fannie-Freddie's Watt Making Few Changes Irks His Allies
After a speech to bankers in Raleigh, North Carolina last month, Melvin L. Watt, chief regulator of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, called on a man in the back of the hotel ballroom.
Court Throws Out Lawsuits Related to Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac Profits  Wall Street Journal
Will Fannie and Freddie Shareholders Be Able to Set Aside the Third ...  Forbes
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Mob Leader The Bill Gross hire completes the PIMCO mafia of Janus
Brooke's Note: Prospects are always greener across the street. There was a time when managing Janus mutual funds was the rock-star job in investing - choosing hot companies, with soaring shares and cool stories to back them up.
Pimco Dominance in Question as Clients Flee Gross Funds  Businessweek
Who is the man replacing the Wall Street 'Bond King'?  Tulsa World
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