Tuesday's Top News Headlines
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Dow Futures Rise as Amazon Goes on a Hiring Spree
Southwest Airlines Begins Work on First International Terminal
Government Shutdown Begins; Obamacare Not Stopped
What's Changing -- and What's Not -- in a Shutdown
AT&T to Introduce Fiber Internet to Austin Ahead of Google
BMW Recalls 176,000 Vehicles Over Power Brake Issue
Wearable Tech Conference Buzzes With Ideas
Scribd, HarperCollins Offer e-Book Subscriptions
World Stocks Rise Despite U.S. Government Shutdown
GM, Toyota Sales Fall in September; Ford Sees Increase
Wal-Mart Opening 2 New Centers for Shipping Online Orders
Markit: Manufacturing Growth Slows to 3-Month Low
Raytheon Wins $267 Million for Radar Systems Defense Contracts
ISM: Manufacturing Rises in September
IBM to Acquire Customer Analytics Provider The Now Factory
Obama: Launch of Insurance Exchanges Is "Historic"
Chrysler Recalling 142,000 Pickups, SUVs for Software Issue
This Deal Did Get Done by Midnight
Amazon's Bezos Completes "Washington Post" Purchase
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