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Wells Fargo CEO could be forced to return $40 million after sales scandal
Wells Fargo is facing increasing pressure to force its top executives to give back millions earned while low-level employees allegedly set up sham accounts to meet sales quotas.
US Probing Possible Worker Abuse By Wells Fargo  Bloomberg
Wells Fargo pay clawback? 5 people decide  USA TODAY
Wall Street Journal (blog)  
Ford Fights Back Against Trump Debate Claims
Ford Motor Co. F -0.25 % went on the defensive following the latest attacks from Donald Trump aimed at the auto maker's big-dollar Mexico investments and production plans.
Conservatives' major fail on trade  Washington Post (blog)
Ford Spent the Presidential Debate Correcting Trump on Twitter  Fortune
Rio Olympics Gives Nike a Sales Boost
Heading into Tuesday's earnings report, Wall Street had fretted about the strength of the world's largest athletic gear maker at a time when Under Armour ua , Adidas and other rivals were posting stronger sales in the competitive North American market ...
Nike orders miss estimates as competition heats up  Reuters
Nike Orders Miss Estimates, Renewing Concerns About Slowdown  Bloomberg
Sheryl Sandberg: These Are the Biggest Obstacles For Women Trying to 'Lean In'
The Facebook COO weighs in on a new report about women at work. Sheryl Sandberg believes that a growing number of women are heeding her call to “lean in.
Women Hit Glass Ceiling Early as Men Get Manager Roles Faster  Bloomberg
Sexism in the workplace is worse than you thought  USA TODAY
This Is What's at Stake as Obama's Climate Regulations Go to Court
A federal court in Washington heard arguments Tuesday to block the central policy in President Obama's efforts to combat climate change.
Appeals court hears high-stakes challenge to Obama's clean power plan  CNN
Judges probe legality of Obama's climate rule  The Hill
US stocks gain on strong data, perceived Clinton win at debate
U.S. stocks rebounded Tuesday following two sessions of losses on a combination of robust economic data and a belief that Hillary Clinton outperformed Donald Trump in Monday's presidential debate.
Wall Street climbs in wake of first presidential face-off  Reuters
Clinton Rally Runs Into Oil Retreat That Energy Bears Foresaw  Bloomberg
If Trump wins, 'Yellen would resign fairly quickly': Economist
Judging by the candidate's recent comments, a Donald Trump administration would not be hospitable to the current Federal Reserve makeup.
Politics|Scant Evidence to Support Trump's Attacks on the Fed  New York Times
Fed's Fischer Says Wages Beginning to Respond to Labor Market  Bloomberg
More on remarks from the Fed's Kashkari (no September rate hike was right move)
said he does not consider himself either a monetary policy dove with a preference for lower rates or a hawk who leans toward higher rates... Instead, he said, he watches inflation, inflation expectations, and the unemployment rate for clues on the ...
Fed's Kashkari says leaving rates unchanged was 'right move'
US markets closed lower ahead of US presidential debate  Mint Market Info
Investors Worth $2.1 Trillion Want NC To Flush 'Bathroom Bill'
The fallout from North Carolina's House Bill 2 continues six months after Gov. Pat McCrory signed it into law. In the latest blow to the controversial “bathroom bill,” 60 investment managers from across the country representing more than $2.1 trillion ...
The Latest: McCrory criticizes investors over LGBT statement  Washington Post
Investors Worth $2.1 Trillion Call for Repeal of North Carolina's Anti ...  Out Magazine
Senators accuse Yahoo of 'unacceptable' delay in hack discovery
Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer delivers her keynote address at the annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Nevada in this January 7, 2014, file photo.
Yahoo Breach: Senators Demand Answers  Wall Street Journal
Senators Demand Timeline of Yahoo's Handling of Massive Data Breach  ABC News