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  • Early Glance: Media companies Monday, 10 Nov 2014 | 10:28 AM ET

    Comcast Corp. fell $3.08 or 5.6 percent, to $52.07. Walt Disney Co. fell$. 87 or 1.0 percent, to $89.13. Gannett rose$. 18 or. 6 percent, to $30.49.

  • Once pro-West, Hungary looks east to Putin Saturday, 8 Nov 2014 | 3:33 AM ET
    Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban and Russian President Vladimir Putin

    Hungary's Prime Minister is drawing uneasy comparisons from Western leaders and internal opponents to Russian President Vladimir Putin.

  • WASHINGTON, Nov 7- Two Democratic lawmakers on Friday called for the U.S. Justice Department to examine whether air bag-maker Takata broke the law, as authorities study the dangers of the safety device that is now part of a sweeping recall. The statement comes a day after the New York Times reported that officials with Takata Corp examined air bag dangers in 2004...

  • Honda said "it is not aware of any claimed injuries or fatalities that have been confirmed" related to the issue. The action, upgrading Honda's "safety campaign" to a formal recall, comes a day after U.S. safety regulators, for the second time this week, ordered Honda to provide information under oath about its air bags. Honda is Takata's biggest customer, and the two...

  • *Secret lab tests ordered after 2004 accident- paper. *Lab technicians were later told to destroy data- paper. TOKYO, Nov 7- Takata Corp, the Japanese auto parts maker at the centre of a global vehicle recall, ordered its technicians to destroy results of tests on some of its air bags after finding cracks in air bag inflators, the New York Times said on Friday.

  • TOKYO, Nov 7- Shares in Takata Corp fell more than 4 percent on Friday, reversing earlier gains after a newspaper reported that the Japanese auto parts maker had concealed the risks of potentially defective air bags following an accident in 2004.. The New York Times reported Takata had secretly conducted tests on 50 airbags retrieved from scrap yards after the...

  • Nov 6- Bank of America Corp tripled its third-quarter loss to $232 million as it faced additional legal costs related to global investigations into foreign exchange trading at major banks. Bank of America said it was in advanced discussions with U.S. banking regulators to resolve matters related to the business. JPMorgan Chase& Co, Citigroup Inc, HSBC Holdings...

  • NEW YORK, Nov 5- New York's banking regulator has demanded $300 million from Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ as part of a potential agreement over sanctions-related violations, according to people familiar with the matter. The demand comes on top of a $250 million settlement Japan's largest bank negotiated with the regulator last year for deleting information...

  • *Cuts FY revenue forecast to $3.27 bln- $3.30 bln. Nov 4- Time Inc, which publishes Sports Illustrated, Time and People magazines, cut its full-year revenue forecast for the second time, hurt by falling circulation and weak print advertising. "Supply of advertising online continues to grow and it's really a function of explosive growth in mobile and social media...

  • Nov 4- The U.S. government is suing Southwest Airlines Co to recover a fine levied on the carrier following an earlier investigation that showed the company did not comply with regulations related to repairs on Boeing 737 jetliners. The FAA investigated 44 Southwest- operated Boeing 737 aircraft serviced by Aviation Technical Services Inc, an aircraft repair...

  • Morgan Chase& Co learned about hackers who stole the bank's contact information for 76 million households and 7 million small businesses through a corporate event that it sponsors, the New York Times and Wall Street Journal reported, citing people familiar with the matter. The New York Times said the breach was part of a repository of a billion stolen passwords...

  • NEW YORK, Oct 31- U.S. authorities are investigating London- based Standard Chartered Plc for potential U.S. sanctions violations connected to its banking for Iranian-controlled entities in Dubai, according to people familiar with the probe. Investigators also learned that the company used to have an account with Standard Chartered, according to the source.

  • TAIPEI, Oct 31- Taiwan's president said in remarks published on Friday that the island needed the United States to help it develop an indigenous submarine programme. "We are still discussing this issue with the United States," President Ma Ying- jeou told The New York Times, reaffirming Taiwan's commitment to construct diesel-electric submarines to replace...

  • Midday movers: BorgWarner, Kellogg & more Thursday, 30 Oct 2014 | 12:15 PM ET

    Some of Thursday's midday movers:

  • Oct 30- New York Times Co reported lower-than-expected quarterly revenue and projected a further decline in advertising sales in the current quarter, sending its shares down about 7 percent. The New York Times, like many newspaper and magazine publishers, has been under relentless pressure to replace an evaporating pool of print advertising dollars with...

  • Oct 30- Newspaper publisher New York Times Co reported a smaller-than-expected quarterly adjusted profit, as a 17 percent rise in digital subscription sales offset a decline in print advertising revenue. The company's net loss attributable to common stockholders narrowed to $12.5 million in the third quarter from $24.2 million a year earlier.

  • Report reveals wider tracking of mail in US Tuesday, 28 Oct 2014 | 1:41 PM ET
    A U.S. Postal Service letter carrier prepares mail for delivery at the Brookland Post Office in Washington.

    The USPS said it approved nearly 50,000 requests last year to secretly monitor the mail of Americans, NYT reports.

  • CHICAGO, Oct 27- U.S. drugstore chain Rite Aid Corp will ban Apple Inc's new electronic payments service in its 4,572 stores as it commits to joining a consortium of other large retailers developing a rival payments system. The rival system, called Current C, is being developed by Merchants Customer Exchange, a consortium of merchants that includes Rite Aid and...

  • Trading could get scary next week as Fed day looms Friday, 24 Oct 2014 | 6:48 PM ET
    A trader works on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, Oct. 24, 2014.

    The Fed is expected to end its quantitative easing program—the much-anticipated action that's been at the very heart of the market's fears.

  • Nikkei gains capped by Ebola case in New York Thursday, 23 Oct 2014 | 10:21 PM ET

    *Nikkei advances on weak yen, Wall Street gains. *Helath stocks Airtech, Fujifilm rise. TOKYO, Oct 24- Japanese shares rose on Friday on the back of a weaker yen and Wall Street gains, but its advance was capped by reports of an Ebola case in New York City which sent U.S. stock futures lower.