Unlawful Seizure of AIG Claimed at Trial

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A $40 billion lawsuit against the U.S. government for its crisis-era bailout of American International Group got under way in federal court, with David Boies, a lawyer for the insurer's shareholders, accusing the government of unlawfully seizing a majority stake in the insurer.

FCC Asks to See Contracts With Comcast

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The FCC wants media companies to submit details of their programming agreements with Comcast, as it reviews the proposed $45 billion merger with Time Warner Cable. TV channel owners are wary.

Hundreds of Thousands Face Health Law Subsidy Deadline

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Hundreds of thousands of Americans are at risk of losing or having to pay back health insurance subsidies from the Affordable Care Act and face a Tuesday deadline for reconciling the problem.

FCC Considers Rules for Web Video

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The FCC is considering regulations for companies that provide cable-like subscription video services via the Internet.

Japan Inc. Goes Deeper Into Southeast Asia

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Japanese companies are turning to frontier markets such as Laos and Cambodia in search of cheaper labor, stepping into what has until now been firmly in China's sphere of influence.

Ford Sharply Cuts Earnings Outlook

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Ford warned operating profit this year would be sharply below its earlier estimate, citing higher than expected costs of auto-safety recalls in the U.S. and economic weakness in Europe.

GM CEO Looks to Shift Gears, Set Strategy Goals

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General Motors CEO Mary Barra plans to unveil a multiyear financial strategy that would deliver the superior profits and market-leading vehicles that have always seemed to be in GM's future, never its present.

Supervalu Reports Second Hacking Incident

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Supervalu on Monday reported that a second data breach into its payment card system occurred in late August or early September, just weeks after an initial one in early summer.

Boeing Shifting Defense Jobs Away From Washington

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Boeing said it would move up to 1,400 jobs and change or eliminate hundreds of others as part of the consolidation of its defense operations away from its manufacturing base in Washington.

The Big Number: 17

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