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  • Coca-Cola

    Coca-Cola has been able to navigate a weak global economy for the past four years and continue to grow, CEO Muhtar Kent said in a CNBC interview Tuesday.

  • Stocks finished mixed in volatile trading Tuesday, but uncertainty over the timing of Spain's bailout request and ongoing fears over the slowing global economy put a lid on gains.

  • *In one case, payment of more than $7 mln held up over $100 invoice. *Caution shows government taking appropriate care-CEO By Ayesha Rascoe and Roberta Rampton. WASHINGTON, Oct 2- A year after the U.S. government raced to meet a deadline to finish loan agreements with dozens of clean energy companies, less than half the total money promised has been handed over.

  • *Turkey criticised over web restrictions. ANKARA, Oct 2- Turkey said on Tuesday it had won a long-running battle to persuade the video-sharing website YouTube to operate under a Turkish web domain, giving Ankara a tighter rein over the site's content and requiring the firm to pay Turkish taxes.

  • Google Search

    Google shares hit a fresh all-time high on Tuesday, catapulting the company to become the second most valuable tech company briefly, but one analyst sees a troubling long-term trend for the search giant.

  • Former Yahoo Chief on Marissa Mayer

    Carol Bartz, former CEO of Yahoo, offers her own thoughts on her successor at Yahoo, Marissa Mayer.

  • WASHINGTON, Oct 2- Google subsidiary Motorola Mobility has dropped a complaint of patent infringement against Apple without explanation. In a brief filing with the International Trade Commission made on Monday, Motorola Mobility said it was dropping without prejudice a complaint that Apple had infringed on seven Motorola patents.

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    The annual Advertising Week conference is underway in New York and the big question this year is where are ad revenues growing and who's cashing in on that growth?

  • *Turkey criticised over web restrictions. ANKARA, Oct 2- Turkey said on Tuesday it had won a long-running battle to persuade the video-sharing website YouTube to operate under a Turkish web domain, giving Ankara a tighter rein over the site's content and requiring the firm to pay Turkish taxes.

  • STOCKHOLM, Oct 2- Nordic telecoms company TeliaSonera said it has supplied Swedish prosecutors with evidence that Gibraltar firm Takilant, from which it bought telecom licenses in Uzbekistan, was the rightful owner of these licenses at the time.

  • An Airbus A318 with the logo of US company Frontier Airlines is seen on the tarmac of Hamburg Finkernwerder airport.

    Frontier Airlines caused a stir when it announced travelers who don't book directly with the airline will pay higher fees. But do the best deals always come from travel agencies? The New York Times investigates.

  • Google Hits Another All Time High Today

    Ben Schacter, Macquarie Research analyst, explains why Google is not an expensive stock and has an "Outperform" rating on the stock; while Colin Gillis, BGC Financial, defends his "Hold" rating and questions the effectiveness of "click" advertising.

  • Oct 2- John Wiley& Sons Inc, the publisher of the "For Dummies" books, said it will buy privately held online learning services company Deltak.edu LLC for $220 million to strengthen its business with higher education institutions.

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    Take a look at some of Tuesdays morning movers.

  • *Windows, multiple versions of Android complicate decisions By Bill Rigby. SEATTLE, Oct 2- For Microsoft Corp, and Amazon.com, and the clutch of other companies that hope to carve out a big slice of a mobile computing business currently dominated by Apple Inc, the future depends on people like Scott Porad.

  • *Windows, multiple versions of Android complicate decisions By Bill Rigby. SEATTLE, Oct 2- For Microsoft Corp, and Amazon.com, and the clutch of other companies that hope to carve out a big slice of a mobile computing business currently dominated by Apple Inc, the future depends on people like Scott Porad.

  • Financial Times Headlines BANKS REAP PROFITS ON MORTGAGES AFTER QE3- CALL FOR BANK BONUSES TO BE PAID IN DEBT- GOOGLE MARKET CAP TOPS MICROSOFT- XSTRATA RECOMMENDS GLENCORE OFFER- FOUR CHARGED IN INSIDER TRADING DEALING CASE- WORKDAY EYES $3.8 BLN VALUATION IN IPO- BAKRIES TO SELL ASSETS TO REPAY LOAN- FRANCE THROWS COLD WATER ON EADS DEAL- SAC PLACES TOP MANAGER ON LEAVE- Overview BANKS REAP PROFITS ON MORTGAGES AFTER QE3.

  • *Wal-Mart, Target already among MCX members. Oct 1- Retailers including Gap Inc and Bed Bath& Beyond Inc have joined a mobile payments network that intends to battle similar services from Google Inc.

  • Apple Maps

    It's not surprising Apple isn't bragging about its maps application. In fact, the company is apparently trying to quietly downplay it.

  • Oct 1- Mobile advertising company Millennial Media Inc said Yahoo Inc's former chief marketing officer Mollie Spilman will join the company as its marketing chief and executive vice president. Millennial Media said Spilman will lead the company's worldwide marketing, advertising and branding in the newly created role.