Wednesday's Top News Headlines

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Dow Futures Fall as Microsoft Shareholders Target Bill Gates

Amazon's Bezos Completes "Washington Post" Purchase

Amazon Bucks Tepid Retail Hiring Trend, Will Add 70,000 Seasonal Jobs

Government Shutdown Puts Macro Reports on Hold

U.S. Businesses Fret About What Will Happen if Shutdown Drags On

Oil Stays Near $102 per Barrel

Burlington Stores Prices IPO at $17 per Share

Re/Max Holdings Raises $220 Million in IPO

Pandora Audience Continues to Expand

AeroVironment Wins $20 Million Raven Camera Order

Mortgage Applications Fall for First Time in 3 Weeks

Empire State Realty Edges Higher Following IPO

General Electric Wins $600 Million Contract for Russian LNG "Megaproject"

Enterprise Holdings Car Rental Company to Hire 11,000

Activist Investor Loeb Pushes Sotheby's CEO to Resign

Twitter, Facebook Let Americans Sound Off to Congress About #Shutdown

Oil Rises on News About Keystone Pipeline Expansion

Feds Want Tight Control of Info About National Security Requests

Oracle General Counsel Dramatically Defends Ellison's $78 Million Pay

Employment Numbers Underwhelm for September

Source: Cerberus Interested in BlackBerry

Universal Pictures to Increase Slate by 4 Movies per Year

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