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Key Excerpts: Fed Governor Daniel Tarullo on the Economy, Inflation, Interest ...
Federal Reserve Governor Daniel Tarullo told CNBC on Tuesday the Fed should wait for “tangible evidence” of a pickup in U.S. inflation, and that short-term interest rates should remain pinned near zero into 2016.
Fed officials remain divided over timing of rate hike  USA TODAY
Fed's Tarullo against 2015 rate hike amid Fed split over timing  Reuters
Los Angeles Times  
Weak trading hits JPMorgan, profit falls in three core businesses
JPMorgan Chase & Co (JPM.N), the biggest U.S. bank by assets, reported a 6.4 percent decline in revenue and profit declines in three of its four main businesses, underscoring how weak trading markets and low interest rates have hurt banks in recent ...
JPMorgan Revenue Falls on Trading, Profit Misses Estimates  Bloomberg
JPMorgan Earns $6.27 Billion, but Misses Estimates  ABC News
AB InBev Will Take Over SABMiller—and Much of the Beer World
Anheuser-Busch InBev BUD 2.10 % NV's planned $104.2 billion takeover of rival SABMiller SBMRY 5.59 % PLC will trigger antitrust scrutiny around much of the world but the Belgian brewing giant faces the biggest hurdles in the U.S.
Anheuser-Busch Deal for SABMiller Comes at Rich Price  New York Times
Beer merger likely to shake up global market, MillerCoors  Chicago Tribune
Intel earnings decline on flat revenue
SAN FRANCISCO - Intel beat analysts' expectations in earnings per share for its third quarter, but flat revenue drove down earnings 6%.
Intel revenue beats Street as data center focus offsets PC weakness  Reuters
Intel earnings reveal weaker chip sales offset by a growing datacenter business  PCWorld
CSX Delivers Relatively Flat 3Q Profit Despite Volume Dip
Tight cost controls helped CSX Corp. deliver relatively flat third-quarter profit even though the railroad hauled 3 percent less freight and continued facing weak coal demand.
CSX sees its 2015 US coal shipment volumes dropping more than 10%  Platts
Dell Envisions VMware Sales Gains
Pat Gelsinger recalls when as an up-and-coming Intel Corp. INTC -0.53 % executive he first met Michael Dell, then a 21-year-old college dropout trying to negotiate the best possible price on a batch of Intel's 386 microprocessor chips for his company.
Here's how Dell plans to finance its purchase of EMC  Fortune
VMware selling drives down value of Dell's mammoth EMC bid  USA TODAY
'Nathan for You,' on Comedy Central, Mixes Absurdity and Economics
The television series with the most incisive take on the 21st-century economy returns for its third season on Thursday night, but it's not from Bloomberg or CNBC.
Why trying to help poor countries might actually hurt them  Washington Post (blog)
Rich countries can help poor ones by supporting government, not doling out aid  The Australian Financial Review
Twitter CEO Dorsey: Tech's Latest Would-Be Comeback Kid
SAN FRANCISCO - Twitter boss Jack Dorsey, the newly anointed savior of the quirky but troubled microblogging service, is the latest in a long line of tech company founders who've been called back to revive their wayward startups.
The Short List: Let's watch the #DemDebate; Twitter's bad news ...  USA TODAY
Jim Cramer on Twitter CEO Dorsey's First Major Move -- Action Alerts PLUS
Southwest Airlines CEO: 'This is the year of Houston'
The airline debuts a new international terminal in Texas. Southwest Airlines is debuting a new international terminal in Houston, Texas at the William P. Hobby Airport, USA Today reports.
Southwest Set to Open International Terminal in Houston  Travel Market Report
The crude reality of Arctic oil drilling
Shell has abandoned oil drilling in the Arctic, but other players are keeping their eye on the icy prize. October 13, 2015 6:00PM ET.
Shell Drill Vessels Leave Arctic After Oil Exploration Ends  New York Times
Alaska Gov. Says State “Urgently” Needs More Oil Drilling to Pay for Climate ...  Slate Magazine (blog)