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Chick-fil-A Opening NYC Outpost in National Push

By Candice Choi | Oct 2
Chick-fil-A is opening an outpost in New York City on Saturday, marking a high-profile milestone in its push to become a bigger national player.

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VW CEO: Recall of Cars Hit by Scandal to Begin in January

Volkswagen plans to launch in January a recall of vehicles with software at the center of the emissions-rigging scandal and aims to fix them all by the end of next year, the company's new chief executive says.

Rubio Criticizes Government Regulation of On-Demand Economy

CORPORATE | By Jonathan Lemire | Oct 7
Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio vowed Tuesday to cap the number of regulations government can impose on businesses, particularly "on-demand" startups like Uber and Airbnb that he considers models for a changing national economy.

Clinton Says She'll Offer Plan for 'Wall Street Abuses'

FINANCE | By Catherine Lucey | Oct 7
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton said Tuesday she'll offer a plan in the next week to deal with "Wall Street abuses."

Luxury Birthing Clinics Spur Cesarean 'Epidemic' in Brazil

CORPORATE | By Jenny Barchfield | Oct 7
Cesarean births aren't typically associated with luxury. But the procedures have become de rigueur among Brazil's wealthy, with new mothers at some high-end clinics enjoying beauty treatments after the operation.

US Group: Put Alibaba Site Back on "Notorious" Fakes List

A clothing and shoe industry group is calling for the U.S. government to put Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba's Taobao site back on its list of "Notorious Markets" for counterfeit goods.

Trade Agreement Could Cause Rift in Political Camps

LEGAL | By Kevin Freking | Oct 6
An ambitious trade pact involving the United States and 11 other nations is a major victory for President Barack Obama but has the potential to create a rift among Democrats.

For VW, Costs of Scandal Will Be Piling Up

CORPORATE | By David McHugh and Pan Pylas | Oct 6
For Volkswagen, the cost of its cheating on emissions tests in the U.S. is likely to run into the tens of billions of dollars and prematurely end its long-sought status as the world's biggest carmaker.

Workers Attack Air France Managers, Forcing Them to Flee

CORPORATE | By Lori Hinnant | Oct 5
Union activists protesting proposed layoffs at Air France stormed the headquarters during a meeting about the job cuts Monday, zeroing in on two managers who had their shirts torn from their bodies.

VW Evasion Likely Led to Dozens of Deaths

CORPORATE | By Seth Borenstein | Oct 5
Volkswagen's pollution-control chicanery has not just been victimless tinkering, killing between five and 20 people in the United States annually in recent years, according to an Associated Press statistical and computer analysis.

Bernanke: Wall St Execs Should Have Gone to Jail for Crisis

Former Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke says some Wall Street executives should have gone to jail for their roles in the financial crisis that gripped the country in 2008 and triggered the Great Recession.

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