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The Wall Street Journal: Air-bag recalls trigger new scrutiny
A suddenly expanded recall of air bags is turning into a new safety crisis for the auto industry and intensifying scrutiny of U.S. regulators’ ability to oversee auto makers and their suppliers.
The Wall Street Journal: Canada shootings leave victim, attacker dead
A man fatally shot a soldier at Canada’s National War Memorial before being killed inside the country’s Parliament building, in a terror attack that shuts down the capital city and stands to change the way Canada protects itself.
The Margin: Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg just did a Q&A, entirely in Chinese
The billionaire CEO has another line to add to his resume: fluent in Chinese.
Movers & Shakers: AT&T, Yelp shares decline after earnings
Shares of AT&T and Yelp fell in the extended session Wednesday following quarterly earnings reports from the companies.
Personal Finance Daily: How to save on shaving, Chipotle vs. McDonald’s
5 ways to save on shaving, and how the two fast-food menus stack up, calorie-wise.
Capitol Report: Refinancing applications jump as mortgage rates fall
Tumbling mortgage rates recently prodded borrowers to jump through paperwork hoops to refinance, but didn’t lure prospective home buyers.
Capitol Report: Former NSA chief traded shares in commodities firms
While he was running the National Security Agency, former director Keith Alexander owned and traded commodities firms linked to China and Russia, according to a report.
NewsWatch: AT&T, Yelp shares decline after earnings
Shares of AT&T Inc. and Yelp Inc. fell in the extended session Wednesday following quarterly earnings reports from the companies.
The Wall Street Journal: Apple pay glitch charges some Bank of America users twice
Bank says that about 1,000 transactions have been affected so far.
Currencies: Dollar climbs to one-week high against rivals
The dollar reaches a one-week high against its rivals as data showed U.S. inflation crept higher in September.