Deutsche Bank lawyer found dead in apparent NY suicide: WSJ

BERLIN (Reuters) – Calogero Gambino, a senior Deutsche Bank regulatory lawyer, has been found dead in New York in what appears to have been a suicide, the Wall Street Journal reported on Saturday, citing New York City officials and other sources.



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Areva-Siemens raises claim to $4.4 billion over Finnish reactor delays

HELSINKI (Reuters) – The French-German consortium Areva-Siemens , the supplier of Finland’s much-delayed Olkiluoto-3 nuclear reactor, has increased its claim against Finnish utility Teollisuuden Voima (TVO), TVO said late on Friday.

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India’s finance minister favors interest rate cut: paper

NEW DELHI (Reuters) – India’s Finance Minister Arun Jaitley favors a cut in interest rates to trigger demand in the construction sector, a newspaper report said on Saturday, but the central bank has signal it will not ease policy until it is confident of lower inflation.



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China’s auto market growth may halve to 7 percent this year: industry body head

SHANGHAI (Reuters) – Growth in China’s auto market, the world’s biggest, will halve to 7 percent this year weighed down by a slowing economy, the head of an industry body said on Saturday.

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Port squeeze threatens US retailers’ holiday stocking plans

CHICAGO/LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – A shortage of transportation equipment and possible labor disruptions at ​the Los Angeles/Long Beach port complex, ​the nation’s busiest, is delaying shipping containers for up to three weeks, threatening timely delivery to retailers for the holiday season.



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Look to energy names for global demand clues

NEW YORK (Reuters) – Slumping energy shares drove the recent U.S. stock market selloff more than any other major group, so investors are turning to next week’s slate of earnings to see if the sector can pull itself out of the pit.

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Wall St. boosted by earnings, S&P posts best week in nearly two years

NEW YORK (Reuters) – U.S. stocks closed out their best week in nearly two years on Friday, helped by earnings from Microsoft and Procter & Gamble and as concerns eased over the possible spread of Ebola in the United States.



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Wall St. boosted by earnings, S&P posts best week in nearly two years

NEW YORK (Reuters) – U.S. stocks closed out their best week in nearly two years on Friday, helped by earnings from Microsoft and Procter & Gamble and as concerns eased over the possible spread of Ebola in the United States.



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NEW YORK (Reuters) – U.S. stocks closed out their best week in nearly two years on Friday, helped by earnings from Microsoft and Procter & Gamble and as concerns eased over the possible spread of Ebola in the United States.



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NEW YORK (Reuters) – U.S. stocks closed out their best week in nearly two years on Friday, helped by earnings from Microsoft and Procter & Gamble and as concerns eased over the possible spread of Ebola in the United States.



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Fannie Mae settles shareholder lawsuit for $170 million

NEW YORK (Reuters) – Fannie Mae has reached a $170 million settlement of a lawsuit accusing it of misleading shareholders about its finances, risk management and mortgage exposure before it was seized by the U.S. government during the 2008 financial crisis.



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Exclusive: Ford to overhaul Lincoln brand, this time with big bucks

DETROIT (Reuters) – Ford Motor Co’s new chief executive, Mark Fields, is giving the automaker’s long-moribund Lincoln brand what his predecessor Alan Mulally never could: a little love and a lot of cash.

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Zipcars zoom into Jersey City

Zipping around Jersey City just got easier.  Zipcar, the world’s leading car-sharing network, debuted in the city today with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at a parking lot in the Heights were two fuel-efficient Zipcars are now available for members.  “Whether you’re…

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Ex-Bank of New York Mellon employee pleads guilty to insider trading

NEW YORK (Reuters) – A former Bank of New York Mellon Corp employee on Friday pleaded guilty to insider trading based on tips from a former Merck & Co Inc employee about potential pharmaceutical mergers.



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U.S. appeals court rules for GM over Spyker’s Saab sale

(Reuters) – General Motors Co persuaded a federal appeals court to uphold the dismissal of a $3 billion lawsuit in which Spyker NV accused it of derailing a plan to sell the Swedish automaker Saab to a Chinese company.

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