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Wednesday, October 1, 2014

New York Times Business

DealBook: Critical Time for Pimco, as Pensions Consider Removing Funds in Wake of Bill Gross Departure

Yesterday
The next few days and weeks could be critical for the bond giant as it tries to stem a wave of money flowing out after the abrupt departure of its co-founder. by By MATTHEW GOLDSTEIN and LANDON THOMAS JR.

DealBook: Lawyer Tries to Paint a Fed in Discord in A.I.G. Bailout

Yesterday
David Boies, the plaintiff’s star lawyer, sought to paint the rescue as one that was filled with second-guessing on the part of the government. by By AARON M. KESSLER

DealBook: Even a Stand-Alone PayPal Has Far to Go to Topple the Old Payment Order

Yesterday
The traditional payment system is cumbersome and expensive, but PayPal’s numbers suggest the old order is far from done. by By PETER EAVIS

Apple Pay Signals New Era at Cash Register

Yesterday
The swift reaction by companies in the weeks since Apple Pay was unveiled makes clear that how we normally pay for goods and services is ripe for transformation. by By MIKE ISAAC

Business Briefing: Walgreen Reports Loss of $239 Million for Quarter

Yesterday
Executives said the company was dealing with lower reimbursement for prescriptions as well as rising prices for generic drugs. by By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Business Briefing: Oil and Railroad Industries Seek 7 Years for Retrofitting

Yesterday
The two industries also want three more years to retrofit tank cars manufactured since 2011. by By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Room for Debate: When Privacy and Law Enforcement Collide

Yesterday
How much should tech companies cooperate with the government on data access?

‘Twilight’ Will Be Revived via Short Films on Facebook

Yesterday
Five aspiring female directors will be chosen to make short films based on “Twilight” characters which will be shown exclusively on Facebook next year. by By BROOKS BARNES

Advertising: Advertising Week: Marketers Are Urged to Become Fearless

Yesterday
An executive of Mondelez International, which ran a spot featuring nontraditional families, said, “Being fearless is the only answer right now.” by By STUART ELLIOTT

Deal Professor: In Trying to Save Darden, Its Board Sealed Its Own Demise

Yesterday
Darden Restaurants directors have paid a steep price for refusing to give in to the demands of shareholder activists pushing for change. by By STEVEN DAVIDOFF SOLOMON

Cross Purposes: Now as Provocateur, Summers Says Treasury Undermined Fed

Yesterday
In a paper, Mr. Summers and three co-authors argued that the lack of cooperation had slowed growth and left more Americans jobless. by By BINYAMIN APPELBAUM

Square Feet: In a Long Island Hamlet, a Downtown Is Being Built From Scratch

Yesterday
A mixed-use commercial and residential project is rising near the train station in Wyandanch, N.Y., with leaders hoping it will revive the community. by By C. J. HUGHES

The 30-Minute Interview: Christopher A. Meyers

Yesterday
Mr. Meyers is the managing principal of Houlihan Lawrence, a family-owned residential real estate brokerage firm. by By VIVIAN MARINO

Consumer Confidence Falls, Showing Uncertainty in Economy

Yesterday
Another report showed that business activity growth in the Midwest decelerated slightly in September. by By REUTERS

DealBook: S.E.C. Accuses 2 of Insider Trading in Herbalife

Yesterday
In apparent first for the S.E.C., the agency built the case on the premise that a hedge fund’s private investment playbook amounted to inside information. by By BEN PROTESS and ALEXANDARA STEVENSON

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