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Why Jack Dorsey is ready to save Twitter

Jack Dorsey finds himself leading two big companies, as CEO of both Square and Twitter, where he is being heralded as a savior, Recode reports.
Source: Recode | By: Jason Del Rey
REUTERS SUMMIT-Yandex says may seek tie-up with Microsoft for Windows

MOSCOW, Oct 1- Russia's biggest Internet search engine Yandex said it could seek a deal with Microsoft to become part of its Windows 10 platform in Russia and potentially other markets. Microsoft said last week it had partnered with Chinese tech giant Baidu to boost the adoption of Windows 10 in China in a deal that saw Microsoft for the first time dump its own...
Source: Reuters | By: Maria Kiselyova and Anastasia Teterevleva
Ex-Massey CEO Don Blankenship arrives for federal trial

CHARLESTON, W.Va.- Former Massey Energy CEO Don Blankenship has arrived for the start of his federal trial on charges that he conspired to break safety laws and lied to financial regulators about safety practices. Blankenship stepped out of a minivan that stopped in front of Charleston's federal courthouse Thursday. The 65- year-old Blankenship faces up to...
Source: The Associated Press | By: By JONATHAN MATTISE, Associated Press
How big is the threat of a recession in Japan  

Ma Tie Ying, economist at DBS, says the risks of a "real recession" in Japan remain low and explains why it is still too early for the Bank of Japan to expand its QQE program.
Source: CNBC.com
UK's new Labour leader fires up faithful in 1st speech

Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn used his first conference speech- a nationally televised event Tuesday- to try to soften his image as a radical left-winger who will dash the party's electoral hopes by bringing back discredited policies from the past. "Our Labour Party says no," Corbyn said, rejecting what he characterized as Cameron's contention that there is...
Source: The Associated Press
United Arab Emirates unveils new migrant labor reforms

ABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates- The United Arab Emirates is introducing labor reforms aimed at tightening oversight of employment agreements for the millions of temporary migrant workers who make up the bulk of the country's workforce, a top Emirati official said Tuesday. Like its oil-rich Gulf Arab neighbors, the Emirates has long faced criticism over its...
Source: The Associated Press | By: By ADAM SCHRECK, Associated Press
UPDATE 2-U.S., Russia ignoring Canada, PM Harper to blame -opposition

OTTAWA, Sept 28- Opposition leaders said that neither Russia nor the United States listened to Canada because of Conservative Prime Minister Stephen Harper's approach to foreign policy and what they said was an abandonment of multilateralism. Harper responded that he would press Canada's interests in international trade negotiations and in discussions...
Source: Reuters | By: Randall Palmer and David Ljunggren
UPDATE 3-Vodafone and Liberty Global end European tie-up talks

LONDON, Sept 28- Vodafone and Liberty Global have abandoned talks about a swap of business assets in Europe's converging mobile phone, broadband and TV markets, they said on Monday, having failed to agree on valuations. Vodafone, the world's second-biggest mobile operator, said in June it was considering swapping some assets with Europe's biggest cable company,...
Source: Reuters | By: Paul Sandle
Is end near for 'anti-immigrant Democrat' Trump?

What is slowing Donald Trump down is the realization among GOPers he is basically running as an anti-immigrant Democrat, Politico's Ben White says.
Source: CNBC.com | By: Ben White
Nexstar offers about $1.9B in cash, stock for Media General

Nexstar Broadcasting, attempting to drive to wedge between Media General and Meredith Corp., offered nearly $1.9 billion to buy Media General on Monday. The deal, according to Media General, would create a company with almost 90 television stations in 54 markets and magazines including Better Homes and Gardens and Martha Stewart Living.
Source: The Associated Press