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AP Business Headlines
NEW YORK (AP) -- Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer is promising to be away from the job for just a "limited time" when she gives birth to twins later this year, but the development only adds to the uncertainty some investors have long had about Yahoo....
NEW YORK (AP) -- A day after its trailer debuted online and months before it hits theaters, the Will Smith football head-trauma film "Concussion" is already sparking controversy....
HONG KONG (AP) -- Asian stocks extended a global market sell-off Wednesday as poor manufacturing data from the world's two biggest economies dampened investor sentiment....
NEW YORK (AP) -- Comcast, which became a TV powerhouse by signing up Generation Xers, baby boomers and their parents, now is fighting for millennial eyeballs....
NEW YORK (AP) -- Commodity markets are renowned for their booms and busts but the last four days in the crude oil market have even experienced traders wide-eyed....
Wall Street Journal Headlines
Investors have rewarded Honeywell, even as other conglomerates have been pressured to tighten their focus.
Auto makers overcame a holiday shift to post a strong, 17.8 million annualized pace in August, underscoring the continuing strength of the U.S. new car market.
Applying newer fracking techniques to a prolific natural-gas region that straddles Louisiana and Texas could give the U.S. more—and much cheaper—supplies of the fuel for many years.
McDonald’s is embarking on its biggest operational change in years with plans to offer breakfast all day.
A federal judge has granted class-action status to a lawsuit claiming Uber Technologies treats its drivers like employees without providing health benefits and paying for expenses normally covered by an employer.
CNNMoney Headlines
Intel's new sixth-generation Core processors double performance over the past generation.

China stocks opened sharply lower on Wednesday, extending a selloff that has unnerved investors around the globe.

The threat of a dramatic slowdown in China's economy may be the biggest risk to U.S. stocks since the financial crisis.

A California judge granted class action status to former Uber drivers who claim they should have been classified as employees instead of contractors.

Texas television station KSAT is coming under withering criticism from a local sheriff's office for uploading an amateur video of a police-involved shooting.

NY Times Business Headlines
The terms under consideration to restructure $5.7 billion in debt included a bond exchange, which would mean a permanent loss for participating bondholders.

A fall in oil prices, coupled with weak data on manufacturing in China and America, heightened concerns over global economic growth, undercutting shares.

Amazon said it would allow members of its $99 annual Prime loyalty program free downloads of some shows and movies from its streaming video service to watch offline.

7-Eleven expanded its home delivery service to three cities, but its best-known item, the Slurpee, remains off the menu.

McDonald’s franchisees have voted to begin offering all-day breakfast on Oct. 6, a widely expected move that the company and investors hope will help reverse slumping sales and traffic.

USA Today Business Headlines
The slumping fast food chain hopes the move will give them a boost.
After posting its worst monthly loss in more than five years, the Dow has a steep drop.
A car, minivan and two luxury crossovers make the list
Apple - along with the rest of the Nasdaq - has lost all its gains for the year
It's a rough month for stocks, but there are still ways to make money
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