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  • News Corp. to buy Move Inc. for about $950 million

    NEW YORK (AP) — News Corp. is spending about $950 million to buy the online real estate business Move Inc. in a deal that aims to speed up the media company's digital expansion. News Corp. says it will pay $21 per share in cash for each outstanding share of Move. That represents a 37 percent...

  • Judge skeptical of Partners deal

    BOSTON (AP) — The planned takeover of three suburban hospitals by Partners Healthcare has been further delayed by a judge who raised serious concerns about the deal. Partners, the state's biggest health care system, has been trying for three years to merge with South Shore Hospital in Weymouth...

  • Cause sought for crash fatal to 2 New York women

    NEWFANE, N.Y. (AP) — Police are trying to determine why two cars collided on a rural western New York road, killing the women driving the vehicles. The Niagara County Sheriff's Office tells local media that the cars collided head-on around 7:15 a.m. Monday in the town of Newfane, on Lake...

  • 31 apply for Lafayette airport director position

    LAFAYETTE, La. (AP) — Officials say Lafayette Regional Airport has received 31 applications for the director's job, which opened in June when longtime Director Greg Roberts resigned. The Advocate reports (http://bit.ly/1rzJNPu ) the airport began advertising for the position Aug. 15. The...

  • RV industry shipments on best pace since 2007

    ELKHART, Ind. (AP) — Business is still looking good this year for northern Indiana's recreational vehicle companies. The Recreation Vehicle Industry Association says combined shipments of towable RVs and motorhomes rose by nearly 6 percent in August from the same month last year. The Elkhart...

  • Woman shot at Syracuse park last week dies

    SYRACUSE, N.Y. (AP) — Authorities say a 21-year-old woman shot while talking to friends in a Syracuse park last week has died from her injuries. Officials say Jenna Sweeting-Vigliotti died Monday at a Syracuse hospital, where she had been in critical condition since being hit by gunfire late...

  • Families wait in agony for word on Ebola patients

    MONROVIA, Liberia (AP) — First the ring tone echoed outside the barbed-wire-topped walls of the Ebola clinic. Then came the wails of grief, as news spread that 31-year-old Rose Johnson was dead just days after she was brought here unconscious by relatives. Soon her mother's sorrow became so...

  • EU says Ireland grants Apple illegal tax benefits

    BRUSSELS (AP) — Ireland appears to be granting Apple illegal rebates that may have to be recouped, the European Union's competition watchdog said Tuesday as it pressed forward with an inquiry into Apple's overseas tax practices. If the EU's preliminary finding is confirmed over the coming...

  • EBay to split PayPal business off into separate company next year

    SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) — EBay to split PayPal business off into separate company next year.

  • Afghanistan, US sign long-awaited security pact

    KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — Afghanistan and the United States have signed a long-awaited security pact that will allow U.S. forces to remain in the country past the end of year. At a Tuesday ceremony in the capital, Kabul, newly appointed national security adviser Mohmmad Hanif Atmar signed the...

  • Your stories from the Washington Examiner

    Scroll down for the latest from the Washington Examiner: » Lawmakers demand answers from Secret Service chief Secret Service Director Julia Pierson will be on the hot seat Tuesday morning after lawmakers rejected her request that the hearing be held in a closed, classified forum.

  • Holder announces program on Chicago crime

    Outgoing Attorney General Eric Holder Monday announced a new federal program to target high-crime cities, including Chicago, Ill., where shootings and other violent crime have skyrocketed.

  • Energy group claims enviros suing more often, not less, despite 2011 deal

    Two environmental nonprofits are launching more Endangered Species Act lawsuits now than they did before signing a 2011 agreement with the federal government to file fewer such actions, according to a study made public Monday by an energy industry advocacy group.

  • New trial will shine light on 2008 bailout of insurance giant AIG

    Mark Calabria, the director of financial regulation studies at the Cato Institute, said, "I suspect the suspicion that AIG was assisted to help its counter-parties will be reinforced. I suspect we will also learn that the regulators were making —Žit all up as they went along."

  • One-third of 'disadvantaged' contracting dollars going to firms that are no longer disadvantaged

    Nearly one in three dollars that the federal government uses to meet its quota for buying from "disadvantaged" businesses didn't actually go to such firms, usually instead going to ones that were once in the training-wheels program, but have since outgrown it.



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