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AT&T Is in Advanced Talks to Acquire Time Warner
AT&T Inc. T -3.00 % is nearing an agreement to buy Time Warner Inc., TWX 7.82 % a deal that would set a milestone in the converging media and telecommunications sectors and unleash a far-reaching reordering of the industry as rivals are spurred to ...
This is AT&T's strategy to conquer the future of TV  Business Insider
AT&T Mulls Reinvention for Web With $86 Billion Time Warner Deal  Bloomberg
Ceta talks: EU vows to unblock Canada trade deal
The European Parliament president says he is optimistic that a free-trade deal between the EU and Canada can be signed soon despite last-minute obstacles.
Canada, EU Trade Deal Still Has Life After Extended Meetings  Wall Street Journal
EU's Schulz 'Optimistic' Trade Pact With Canada Can Be Saved  Bloomberg
Airbnb Sues Over New Law Regulating New York Rentals
Apartment buildings in East Harlem, New York. Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo has signed a bill that will impose steep fines on Airbnb hosts who break local housing regulations.
New York Governor Signs Bill Authorizing Fines for Airbnb Rentals  Wall Street Journal
Airbnb's New York Fight Moves From Legislature to Courtroom  Bloomberg
$47 billion offer to create world's biggest tobacco company
British American Tobacco has offered to buy out Reynolds American Inc. for $47 billion in an attempt to gain a strong presence in the U.S.
Regulatory hurdles may be minimal  Winston-Salem Journal
The real reason Big Tobacco is getting even bigger  Washington Post
Stocks edge lower but finish week in the black
U.S. stocks closed flat Friday, but the broad market still finished the week higher, snapping its weekly losing streak at two, with the market swinging up and down as good earnings reports from some companies were offset by others that fell short of ...
Markets Right Now: Stocks edge mostly lower on Wall Street  Washington Post
Stocks end the week on a down note  KWTX
Russian Hacker Suspected of LinkedIn Attack Indicted in US
SAN FRANCISCO—A federal grand jury in Oakland has indicted a 29-year-old Russian man suspected of hacking into three Bay Area technology companies: LinkedIn Corp.
Russian Suspected of Hacking US Tech Companies Is Indicted  New York Times
Russian Suspect Charged Over 2012 Hack of LinkedIn, Dropbox  Bloomberg
Flathead County jobless rate improves in September
Flathead County's unemployment rate improved slightly in September, posting at 4.5 percent compared to 4.7 percent in August. The county had a workforce of 42,966 people in September, compared to 44,924 the previous month, according to the Montana ...
Jobless rate dips as schools hire more  Eureka Times Standard
Jobless rate up slightly in state  Arkansas Online
Will the Fight for Obamacare Be Less Bitter Without Obama?
President Obama gave his longest and most passionate defense of the Affordable Care Act in months on Thursday. The hour-long speech came as a last rallying cry before November's health insurance open-enrollment period—the last such period of the ...
GOP: Obama 'in denial' about healthcare law failures  The Hill
Rising Insurance Premiums Boost Talk of Changes to Affordable Care Act  Wall Street Journal
McYeah! Big comeback for McDonald's continues
Customers are lovin' it at McDonald's again -- and so are investors. The fast food giant reported revenue and profits for the third quarter that topped forecasts.
McDonald's Turnaround Revs Up Abroad as Sales Top Estimates  Bloomberg
McDonald's Reports Third Quarter 2016 Results  PR Newswire (press release)
SAG-AFTRA Video Game Strike: Is It Just About Terminology?
There's a principle involved - but with tech industry compensation mechanism might be the solution to the strike. As Hollywood's first strike in almost a decade entered its first day, the video game industry and SAG-AFTRA remained far apart on ...
Video Game Companies Say Their Economic Package is Almost Identical to SAG ...  PR Newswire (press release)
Game companies, industry members respond to voice actors strike  Polygon