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American Apparel, Once Worth Nearly $1 Billion, Is Now Bankrupt
American Apparel, once a juggernaut in the fashion industry, is now bankrupt, a precipitous fall for a company that was once worth $1 billion.
UPDATE 5-American Apparel files for bankruptcy, operations to continue  Reuters
Largest retailer bankruptcies of last decade  Fortune
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Pacific Rim countries reach landmark trade deal, US lawmakers skeptical
ATLANTA The United States and 11 other Pacific Rim countries have reached a sweeping deal to set up a free-trade zone for 40 percent of the world's economy, but the accord on Monday faced initial skepticism in the U.S.
Obama to start selling Pacific trade deal  USA TODAY
Trans-Pacific Partnership: Good policy, bad politics?  Washington Post (blog)
Out-of-network ATM fees, overdraft charges hit record, new survey says
It's costing consumers more and more to get ahold of their own money. The average fee consumers pay to withdraw cash from an ATM outside their bank's network is a record $4.52 per transaction, according to a new survey from Bankrate.
ATM Fees Are Like Whoa  Gawker
ATM fees soar to new high  Washington Post
French airline workers attack execs over job cuts
air france protest 1 Air France executive Xavier Broseta is helped over a fence after he was attacked by employees. Angry protesters ripped the shirts off Air France executives on Monday after the company revealed plans to cut thousands of jobs during ...
Angry Workers Storm Air France Meeting on Job Cuts  New York Times
Air France managers flee as staff storm meeting on job cuts | Reuters  Firstpost
Global Poverty Rate Likely to Fall Below 10 Percent For the First Time: World Bank
Brenda Flores, 21, holds her two-month-old son Mason as she waits in line at the Fred Jordan Mission annual back to school giveaway of shoes, clothing and backpacks for more than 4,000 homeless and underprivileged children in Los Angeles, California, ...
Poverty's great fall  The Indian Express
For the first time, less than 10 percent of the world is living in extreme ...  Washington Post
Co-founder Jack Dorsey Named Permanent CEO of Twitter
Twitter announced Monday morning that Jack Dorsey, its co-founder and interim CEO, has become the company's permanent CEO. The news was made official on Sept/ 30, per an SEC filing.
Back Again: Jack Dorsey Is Just the Latest Founder to Return as CEO  Wall Street Journal (blog)
Multitasking Could Hamper Jack Dorsey at Twitter  New York Times
RPT-UPDATE 3-US says BP to pay $20 bln in fines for 2010 oil spill
(Repeats to widen distribution; no changes to headline or text). WASHINGTON Oct 5 (Reuters) - BP Plc will pay more than $20 billion in fines to resolve nearly all claims from its deadly Gulf of Mexico oil spill five years ago, marking the largest ...
BP to pay more than $20 billion in record Gulf oil spill settlement  Fox News
BP to pay record sum for oil spill damages  Sky News Australia
OECD patches up the leaky global tax system
It is wise not to expect dramatic breakthroughs when confronting something as hydra-headed as international tax avoidance. Solid, rather than spectacular progress is what the Base Erosion and Profit Shifting project (BEPS) was set up to achieve ...
OECD report: Proposals on BEPS a call to action for MNCs  Business Standard
Top Economies Move Toward Crackdown on Corporate Tax Dodging  ABC News
Insider trading reversal: Who will be next?
The United States Supreme Court's decision Monday to not hear arguments in a high-profile insider-trading case could have widespread repercussions on Wall Street, including other convictions being overturned.
Did the Supreme Court Just Rewrite Preet Bharara's Legacy on Wall Street ...  Bloomberg
Supreme Court Won't Challenge New York's Vaccine Requirements for ...  TIME
Canadian Oil Sands set to reject Suncor takeover bid: source
TORONTO Canadian Oil Sands is set to reject a hostile takeover bid from rival Suncor Energy, according to a source who is familiar with the situation.
Suncor goes hostile, shakes up industry with bid for Canadian Oil Sands Ltd.
North American markets start week on high note; TSX, Dow both up over 200 points  Montreal Gazette