Hackers Infect Army of Cameras, DVRs for Massive Internet Attacks

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Hackers used an army of hijacked security cameras and video recorders to launch several massive internet attacks last week, prompting fresh concern about the vulnerability of millions of “smart” devices in homes and businesses connected to the internet.

The One-Engine Economy

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Consumers have been the only thing pushing the U.S. economy along. They could use some help.

Uber Looks to Rev Up in Japan

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Uber plans to ramp up its business in Japan, a wealthy country full of potential customers, even though its core ride-hailing service is barred from the country.

China's Richest Man Makes His Move on Hollywood

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Wang Jianlin’s Dalian Wanda is on a push to extend Chinese cultural influence through movie production, cinemas and theme parks; a $1 billion bid for Dick Clark Productions.

Why Fear of a Deutsche Bank Bailout Is Wide of the Mark

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The amount of money Deutsche Bank would have to lose even to hit its first line of defense is huge.

'Deepwater Horizon' Film Poses Fresh Woes for BP

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The new movie, a $100 million-plus production from Lions Gate, doesn’t shy away from unflattering portrayals of BP executives, who are depicted as more concerned about budgets and schedules than safety.

AT&T CEO Calls for Dialogue on Racial Tensions

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In a speech to hundreds of employees, AT&T Inc. Chief Executive Randall Stephenson talked about how racial tensions are ripping apart \communities and urged employees to begin a conversation to find common ground.

Gilead's Growth Tonic Is Elusive, May Have Side Effects

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The biotech company’s deliberate approach to deal making has frustrated investors, but it could still pay off.

FedEx, UPS Rely on Technology to Keep Lid on Seasonal Hiring

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Holiday hiring is expected to be flat at package-delivery giants FedEx and United Parcel Service, but that masks efforts behind the scenes to prepare for the coming wave of e-commerce orders.

Richard Cooley Overcame Loss of Arm to Excel in Business and Sports

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Richard Cooley found courage on the Yale football field and lost an arm in World War II. He still managed to run Wells Fargo for 16 years, play squash and drive cars with a stick shift. He died Sept. 21 at 92.

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