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  • NEW YORK-- Alaska Airlines is buying 50 of Boeing Co.' s new 737 s in a deal worth $5 billion at sticker prices. Alaska, operated by Seattle's Alaska Air Group Inc., won't pay full price. The order includes 37 of Boeing's redesigned 737, which it calls the Max.

  • NEW YORK-- Stock futures rebounded strongly Thursday on better-than-expected employment numbers that will likely provide some optimism to millions of U.S. job seekers. The number of Americans seeking unemployment aid plummeted last week to seasonally adjusted 339,000, the Labor Department said.

  • NEW YORK, Oct 11- Winnebago Industries Inc:. *Shares down 2.9 percent in premarket trading. NEW YORK, Oct 11- Winnebago Industries Inc:.

  • Oct 11- Greater exchange rate flexibility is giving Russia a more effective buffer against volatile oil prices and other external shocks, Fitch Ratings says. Russia's experience provides an example to other sovereigns in the CIS of the benefits of exchange rate flexibility.

  • NEW YORK-- Kellogg's voluntary recall of certain packages of its Mini-Wheats Bite Size cereal may hurt its sales a bit, an analyst said Thursday. On Wednesday, Kellogg Co. announced that it was making the recall because of the possible presence of a flexible metal mesh from a faulty manufacturing part.

  • NEW YORK-- Wendy's pigtails are getting a tweak. It's only the fifth logo update since founder Dave Thomas opened the first Wendy's in 1969, and perhaps the most significant. Wendy's push has intensified since Brolick came on as CEO about a year ago.

  • Oct 11- Buckeye Partners LP rejected allegations by four major U.S. airlines that it was overcharging to transport jet fuel to New York City area airports and requested that the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission dismiss the complaint.

  • *World's No. 2 Coke drinks bottler to seek main London listing. ATHENS, Oct 11- Greece's biggest company, Coca Cola Hellenic, is leaving the country, the drinks bottler said on Thursday as its move to Switzerland with a London listing for its shares dealt a blow to the crippled Greek economy.

  • THE WOODLANDS, Texas-- Investigators say a man with an assault rifle has robbed a Houston- area Tiffany& Co. store and fled with some expensive jewelry. The Montgomery County Sheriff's Office on Thursday worked to identify the suspect, whose image has been captured on store surveillance video.

  • NEW YORK, Oct 11- Sprint Nextel Corp:.

  • *Morning floor trading planned to capture Asian business* Ring floor may be expanded for new members, extra staff* First major move by LME's new owner By Josephine Mason and Susan Thomas.

  • NEW YORK-- Shutterstock, a provider of stock photos and other images, has raised $76.5 million in its initial public offering. The company said Thursday that it priced its IPO of 4.5 million shares at $17 per share. Shutterstock Inc. is giving the underwriters a 30- day option to buy up to an additional 675,000 shares to cover any excess demand.

  • said on Thursday in announcing it will move to Switzerland and list its shares in London, dealing a blow to the debt-crippled Greek economy. The material impact on Greece may be limited- its Greek plants will go on working and CCH said the five percent of its business that the world's second-ranked Coke bottler has in Greece will be unaffected.

  • SEATTLE-- Kristine Nannini spent her summer creating wall charts and student data sheets for her fifth grade class _ and making $24,000 online by selling those same materials to other teachers.

  • NEW DELHI, Oct 11- Jeet Thayil, one of the nominees for the 2012 Man Booker Prize for the year's best novel in English, paints a stark portrait of Mumbai, or Bombay as he calls it, in his debut novel "Narcopolis". Thayil spoke with Reuters about his deep relationship with Bombay, his addiction and how this book came about.

  • BANGKOK-- World stock markets were mixed Thursday, with Europe posting modest gains while Asia slumped after Spain, the fourth-largest euro economy, was slapped with a two-notch credit downgrade. Britain's FTSE 100 rose 0.2 percent to 5,791.79, Germany's DAX added 0.4 percent and France's CAC-40 advanced 0.3 percent to 3,375.40.

  • Oct 11- Stan Lee Media, a company that says it controls the rights to Marvel characters including Spider Man and Iron Man, has filed suit in U.S. District Court in Colorado against the Walt Disney Co seeking "billions of dollars of profits." Disney acquired Marvel Enterprises, which had been renamed Marvel Entertainment, in 2009 for $4.3 billion.

  • *Vietnam's new crop offered at $30 below London. SINGAPORE, Oct 11- Trading houses offered beans from Vietnam's new crop at discounts to London futures this week, but Indonesian robustas returned to premiums despite a lack of interest from roasters, dealers said on Thursday.

  • *Plans to maintain second parallel listing in Athens* Says will maintain its operations in Greece. ATHENS, Oct 11- Coca Cola Hellenic, the world's second-largest bottler of Coca-Cola Co. soft drinks and Greece's biggest firm by market value, said on Thursday it would switch its main bourse listing to London, where it hopes to tap more liquidity from investors.

  • CINCINNATI-- As Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic battled for the title at the Western& Southern Open north of Cincinnati, a small plane buzzed overhead, trailing a banner calling the sponsor a bunch of bullies.