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  • Fantasy sports world battles 'insider trading' claims

    In the past decade, fantasy sports websites have become a national obsession, with the numbers of participants skyrocketing from 12.6 million in 2005 to an estimated 56.8 million in 2015

  • A girl pushes the door of an AirAisia ticketing office at Soekarno-Hatta Airport in Jakarta

    KUALA LUMPUR/SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Shares of AirAsia Bhd (AIRA.KL) rose to their highest in nearly two weeks after Reuters reported that the founders of Asia's largest budget airline are sounding out investors to take the company private. The stock rose as much as 8 percent in early trade to hit 1.35 ringgit per share, …

  • Stocks end slightly lower as biotechnology stocks drag down broader market; DuPont jumps

  • Fast-tracked skin cancer drug approved @ BBC News - 20 minutes ago
    Fast-tracked skin cancer drug approved

    A new drug for advanced skin cancer should be made available on the NHS in England, a health body has recommended.

  • Goldberg Law PC reminds investors in Super Micro Computer, Inc. , who purchased or otherwise acquired shares between September 15, 2014 and August 31, 2015, inclusive , of the November 3, 2015, deadline to file a motion to be appointed as lead plaintiff.

  • Bombardier's CSeries aircraft lands after its first test flight in Mirabel, Quebec

    MONTREAL/WASHINGTON/PARIS (Reuters) - Airbus (AIR.PA) on Tuesday called off talks with Bombardier (BBDb.TO) over propping up the troubled CSeries jet, leaving the Canadian plane maker facing dwindling options to keep alive its dream of competing in the aerospace big league. The latest blow to Bombardier, which has been …

  • Councils reject 1 in 3 for care @ BBC News - 28 minutes ago
    Councils reject 1 in 3 for care

    Two-thirds of older and disabled people who turn to their local councils in England for help with care are turned away, figures show.

  • Emissions Scandal: VW Recall May Start In January

    Volkswagen (Other OTC: VLKAF - news) 's new boss says the company could start recalling cars affected by the emissions scandal in January and they will all be fixed by the end of next year. Speaking to the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung newspaper, CEO Matthias Mueller also said only a few employees were involved in rigging …

  • New Volkswagen CEO Mueller arrives for news conference in Wolfsburg

    Volkswagen (VOWG_p.DE) Chief Executive Matthias Mueller said in an interview with a German newspaper that the company would launch a recall for cars affected by its diesel emissions crisis in January and complete the fix by the end of next year. All the cars should be fixed by the end of 2016," Mueller told the Frankfurter …

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