What should happen to the college students who rioted at the pumpkin festival in NH this weekend?

Dexcom's Remote Glucose-Monitoring Device Cleared

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Dexcom Inc. said Monday it received regulatory approval for a new tool that will enable partial remote blood-sugar monitoring for people with diabetes.

Strikes by Train Drivers, Pilots Hit Germany

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Strikes by German train drivers and airline pilots are threatening Europe’s largest economy and pushing the government into toughening up labor laws, a senior politician said Monday.

Big Chains Put a Lock on First-Run Movies

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Multiplex movie chains are more frequently gaining exclusivity of new releases in certain areas, shutting out independent theaters.

ISS, in Switch, Backs Chiquita-Fyffes Deal

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An influential shareholder advisory firm changed course Monday and recommended Chiquita shareholders vote in favor of the company’s planned tie-up with Irish fruit grower Fyffes.

PetMed Posts Lower Earnings

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PetMed Express said its third-quarter profit dropped 34% due to a shortened flea and tick season. Results missed estimates, pushing shares down.

NCR Cuts Guidance on Retail Weakness, Customer Data Fears

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NCR, which makes point-of-sale devices and automated teller machines, cited weakness in the retail industry and fear over customer-data security as the company cut its guidance for the year.

Despite Uncertainty, Fed Holds Steady

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The Fed is likely to end its bond-buying program this month even as market volatility and uncertainties about the global economy have rattled investors and led to some mixed messages from central-bank officials.

Group Seeks Adidas's Reebok Unit

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An investor group from Hong Kong and Abu Dhabi is launching a bid to buy Reebok from Adidas in a move that would unwind a disappointing eight-year marriage of sneaker makers.

Syngenta Faces More Suits Over GMO Corn Seeds

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Syngenta faces escalating legal battles over its sale of genetically engineered corn seeds that some farmers and agricultural companies say have roiled international grain markets this year.

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